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Commerce Hit By Fallout From Freeway Fire Closure

It’s happened again. Traffic on City of Commerce streets was backed up for more than a day following the closure of a freeway that runs through the city. A grass... Read more »

Bell Gardens Barricade Ends In Arrest

An alleged gang member wanted for attempted murder in a shooting that left two people in Bell Gardens wounded last week was arrested Monday following a five-hour... Read more »

Montebello Close to Raising Sewer Fee

Faced with aging sewer infrastructure after years of neglect, the city of Montebello is considering raising property taxes to fund needed repairs and to avoid potential... Read more »

Crime Numbers: ‘Bad News’ for Los Angeles

A 12.7 percent increase in violent and property crime in Los Angeles during the first half of the year is “bad news,” Mayor Eric Garcetti acknowledged Wednesday,... Read more »

Newest U.S. Citizens Are Children

Just in time for Independence Day, a group of immigrant children took the oath to become the newest U.S. citizens. Senate leader Kevin de León led the swearing-in... Read more »

Montebello Unified Realigns Top Posts

After years with co-superintendents, the Montebello Unified School District has returned to its previous administrative structure with just one superintendent at... Read more »

DWP Lays Out Proposed Rate Hike

Los Angeles water and power users would see their rates increase 2.4 percent to 5.4 percent annually for five years under a proposal unveiled by Department of Water... Read more »

Ringo Shines ‘Peace & Love’ On Hollywood

Former Beatle’s drummer Ringo Starr celebrated his 75th birthday with the help of a few hundred fans in front of the landmark Capitol Records tower in Hollywood... Read more »

MLK Hospital Leaves Troubled Past Behind

The long-awaited Martin Luther King Jr. Community Hospital opened its doors Tuesday, offering medical care to an area that has been without a full-service medical... Read more »

State GOP Leader Backs Confederate Flag Ban

A bill that would prohibit all public schools, buildings, parks, roadways and other state-owned property from using names associated with the Confederate States... Read more »

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