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Local Catholics Celebrate Sainthood for Mother Teresa

Joining Catholics around the world, hundreds of people on Sunday took part in a special Mass and dedication of a new Chapel at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels... Read more »

Judge Rejects Lawsuit Challenging Measure M Language

A judge Tuesday rejected a petition filed on behalf of Commerce and 7 other cities seeking significant changes in the ballot language for the Metropolitan Transportation... Read more »

Vernon Water Rate Hike Starts Today

Businesses and residents of Vernon will begin to see an increase in their water bill now that the city has raised rates. Staff estimates the new rates, which take... Read more »

Cities Claim Trasit Tax Measure Misleading, File Suit

A judge said Tuesday she needs more information before ruling on a request by a coalition of seven Los Angeles County cities for an accelerated hearing on a lawsuit... Read more »

L.A. to Spend $200M on Housing for Disabled

The Los Angeles City Council agreed Tuesday to spend at least $200 million over the next 10 years to rehabilitate or build affordable housing units that are accessible... Read more »

Trial Underway in Drunk Driving Death Lawsuit

The oldest child of one of two women killed when a driver being pursued by the CHP crashed into a crowd at a taco truck in Boyle Heights struggled to retain her... Read more »

A New Generation of Superheroes

From Wonder Woman to Harry Potter, miniature versions of heroes from books and movies were ready to save the day Saturday at a mini comic convention held in the... Read more »

Sanchez Shores Up Key Endorsements

The Southern California District Council of the International Longshore and Warehouse Union is endorsing Orange County Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez in her bid for... Read more »

Judge Orders Mental Exam for Lee Baca

A federal judge has ordered a psychological examination of former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca to determine if he suffers from any mental impairment that... Read more »

$1 Million Pledged to Fund After-School Help Centers

The Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation donated $1 million to establish after-school homework centers in 38 Los Angeles Public Library branches to provide a safe haven... Read more »

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