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AQMD Rule Targets Rendering Plants

Driving near any of the five rendering plants in Vernon may cause you to wrinkle your nose and quickly roll up your windows to avoid the unpleasant odor coming from... Read more »

Surge in Highland Park Gang Shootings Has People Worried

Worried about a rash of gang-related shootings in their neighborhood, residents packed a meeting at the Highland Park Senior Center Thursday night to hear what police... Read more »

‘Adelante’ With Chavez Legacy

Eastside organization leaders gathered last Friday to discuss how their groups are following the example and legacy of labor and civil rights leader Cesar E. Chavez,... Read more »

Forum Takes Closer Look at SR-710 Debate

A forum Monday at Cal State Los Angeles billed as a discussion on whether to “Extend or Nor Extend?” the 710 Freeway, turned into a lively debate that could... Read more »

Education Leaders Want More Control

San Gabriel Valley area education leaders say they are frustrated by the lack of control they have over spending decisions in their school districts on everything... Read more »

County Considers Raising Minimum Wage

Following in the footsteps of the city, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors Tuesday commissioned a study on the impacts of raising the minimum wage. Acting... Read more »

Gov. Orders More Water Restrictions

Responding the lowest snowpack ever recorded, Gov. Jerry Brown imposed the first mandatory water restrictions in the state today, ordering cities, towns, universities... Read more »

Mujeres de Paz

Actresses Vanessa Marano, left, and Constance Marie hosted a reception to support the East Los Angeles Women’s Center Mujeres de Paz Annual Awards Dinner, “Celebrating... Read more »

Street Vendors Protest Police ‘Harassment’

Street vendors and their supporters staged protest outside Los Angeles Police Department headquarters Tuesday, alleging a rise in harassment by police even as city... Read more »

L.A. Women Still Earn Less Than Men

Many women living in the city of Los Angeles earn a wage that roughly equals 84 cents for every dollar their male counterparts earn, according to a report released... Read more »

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