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Leahy Leaving Metro in April

The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s CEO, who began his transit career as a bus driver, announced Tuesday he will leave the agency in... Read more »

Workers Injured In Commerce Casino Accident

Five people were taken to a hospital Jan. 3 after falling at the Commerce Casino. Firefighters were summoned about 3:15 p.m. to the casino at 6131 Telegraph Road,... Read more »

L.A. Doctor Gets Five Years in Prison for Drug Trafficking

The operator of a medical clinic in East Los Angeles was sentenced Monday to more than five years in federal prison for illegally distributing powerful opiate painkillers... Read more »

JPMorgan Chase Sued for ‘Violating’ HIV Positive Worker’s Rights

A lawsuit filed last week in Los Angeles Superior Court accuses JPMorgan Chase & Co. of violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the California... Read more »

NFL Returning to L.A. Market? Stadium Proposal Raising Hope

The owner of the St. Louis Rams and the company redeveloping the site of the former Hollywood Park racetrack announced plans Monday to incorporate an 80,000-seat... Read more »

Undocumented Immigrants Begin Applying for CA Driver’s License

Undocumented immigrants got in line early Friday at state Department of Motor Vehicles offices in Los Angeles, the first day that those who cannot establish legal... Read more »

New L.A. Earthquake Retrofit Plan Emphasizes Economic Impacts

The founder of California’s Great Shakeout public awareness earthquake drills says Mayor Eric Garcetti’s sweeping earthquake retrofit plan for the city of Los... Read more »

Christmas Tree Recycling Starts

City and county officials are urging Angelenos to recycle their Christmas trees responsibly. Most cities set their own schedule and locations for recycling, but... Read more »

Commerce City Council Ballot Set for March Election

Six candidates will vie for two City of Commerce Council seats in the March 2015 Municipal Election, the city has confirmed. Councilman Joe Aguilar is not seeking... Read more »

Our Top Stories of 2014

It’s now 2015 and it’s human nature to hope that the new year will be better than the last, even if it was a good year overall. There will be resolutions... Read more »

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