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Grand Jury: Plans for Homeless ‘Grossly Inadequate’

City and county agencies need to do more to help the thousands of people in the Los Angeles area who lack shelter during this winter’s El Nino storms, the county’s... Read more »

Heavy Rains Pound Southland

The second significant Pacific storm of the season barreled into Southern California Wednesday, bringing with it strong winds that felled trees, heavy rains that... Read more »

Vernon Administrator Retires Abruptly

The city of Vernon will soon have a new interim city administrator at the helm following the abrupt retirement of Mark Whitworth, who exits with six months in severance... Read more »

Commerce Opts-In for the 2016 Homeless Count

The Commerce City Council on Tuesday approved a resolution to participate in the 2016 Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count taking place Jan. 26 to Jan. 28. The Los... Read more »

County Puts Focus on Economic Growth

Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to establish a committee charged with fostering economic growth and better-paying jobs. Supervisor Hilda Solis proposed creating... Read more »

Local Leaders Praise Obama’s Action on Guns

Democratic leaders and local officials in Los Angeles hailed President Barack Obama’s executive gun measures Tuesday, saying policies to increase background checks... Read more »

Officials Propose $2 Billion In Bonds to House Mentally Ill Homeless

State lawmakers joined local officials in Los Angeles’ Skid Row district Monday to announce a proposal to issue $2 billion in bonds to help build housing for people... Read more »

Section of Gold Line to Close for 3 Months

Work begins Friday on Metro’s Gold Line Track Relocation project, halting Gold Line train service between Union Station and the Pico/Aliso station through March. Metro... Read more »

Think ‘There Ought to Be a Law’ Contest Launched

Have you ever seen a situation and think to yourself “there ought to be a law” on that? If you answered yes, Assemblymember Cristina Garcia wants to hear from... Read more »

Ballot Measure Targeting In Custody Immigrants Moves Forward

Backers of an initiative requiring state and local agencies to report immigrants in their custody in the country without legal permission to federal immigration... Read more »

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