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Woman Charged With Grandmother’s Murder

A 24-year-old woman charged with murder in the death of her grandmother in Bell remained jailed this week in lieu of $2 million bail. Sarah Montoya was arrested... Read more »

‘Black Lives Matter’ Petitions Demand LAPD Chief’s Ouster

Black Lives Matter activists who have been camped outside Los Angeles City Hall since early last month delivered a petition with more than 8,000 signatures to Mayor... Read more »

Mayor Pushes L.A.’s Olympic Bid in Rio

Mayor Eric Garcetti touted Los Angeles Tuesday as the safest bet for organizers of the 2024 Olympic Games to make in choosing a location, with many of the sports... Read more »

Former Mayor Pleads Guilty to Bribery

SOUTH EL MONTE – The former mayor of South El Monte appeared in court Wednesday on a federal bribery charge and was allowed to remain free on a $20,000 bond. Luis... Read more »

City Moves Ahead On ‘Pot’ Enforcement

BELL GARDENS – Faced with the possibility of losing its authority to regulate the growth and delivery of medical marijuana in the city, Bell Gardens officials... Read more »

West Nile Spreading Across L.A. County

West Nile virus is continuing to spread across the Southland, with vector-control officials announcing Monday that the virus was detected for the first time this... Read more »

Lawsuit Against Ex-Officials Found ‘Without Merit’

MONTEBELLO – Ruling that the votes of public officials are protected under state free speech laws, the California Supreme Court on Monday found a lawsuit brought... Read more »

In California Clean Air Fight, Environmental Justice Takes a Leading Role

Inside Climate News – Southern California has some of the dirtiest air in the country, but it’s a lot more breathable than it used to be. Much of the credit... Read more »

Teen Killed in Officer-Involved Shooting

BOYLE HEIGHTS – A 14-year-old boy killed in an officer-involved shooting in Boyle Heights was seen by a witness firing a handgun in the direction of officers... Read more »

Montebello Park Closed Following Coyote Attacks

MONTEBELLO – A park and petting zoo in Montebello was closed this week after three people were attacked by coyotes. Several coyote attacks have been reported within... Read more »

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