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‘Keep It Clean’ Campaign Celebrates First Year

(Office of L.A. Councilmember Gil Cedillo) Dozens of volunteers took part last Saturday in Councilman Gil Cedillo’s Clean Up Day in Elysan Park to mark the one... Read more »

Ex-Marine Sentenced for East L.A. Bank Robbery

Federal prosecutors are recommending that an ex-Marine who orchestrated the robbery of an East Los Angeles bank by taping a fake pipe bomb to the body of his girlfriend... Read more »

Latino Business Group Marks Milestone

The Los Angeles Latino Chamber of Commerce celebrated its five-year anniversary July 16 with a special reception hosted by nutrition company Herbalife at the company’s... Read more »

California Agriculture Faces Greatest Water Loss Ever Seen

UC Newsroom – A new report from the University of California, Davis, shows that California agriculture is weathering its worst drought in decades due to groundwater... Read more »

Former Councilman Alarcon, Wife Convicted of Voter Fraud

Former Los Angeles City Councilman Richard Alarcon was convicted Wednesday of three counts of voter fraud and a single count of perjury for living outside the district... Read more »

Commerce Budget High On Service Enhancements

Commerce city officials had three priorities going into the city’s 2014-2015 annual budget: improve public safety, enhance quality of life related services for... Read more »

First Lady Laments Plight of Homeless Veterans

The inability of veterans to find jobs is “unacceptable” in the United States, and the idea of even one veteran being homeless should “horrify all of us,”... Read more »

County Will Seek Court-Ordered Treatment of Mentally Ill

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to adopt Laura’s Law, which allows for court-ordered treatment of severely mentally ill individuals. “This... Read more »

Residents Don’t Trust Exide to Live Up to Deal

A decision by state air quality regulators that could allow a controversial acid-lead battery recycling plant in Vernon to reopen by the end of the year is being... Read more »

Garcetti Appoints L.A.’s First Latino Fire Chief

Forty-years after the hierarchy of the Los Angeles Fire Department and the union representing rank and file firefighters told the U.S. Dept. of Justice that requiring... Read more »

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