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Groups Slam Cap-and-Trade Deal as Too Industry-Friendly

SACRAMENTO, CA – Some environmental groups are criticizing the cap and trade bill passed in the California Legislature on Monday, calling it a corporate giveaway... Read more »

Magazine Cements Place in Chicano History

In the summer of 1968, a Los Angeles magazine that would become a provocative voice on civil rights issues from bad schools to the Vietnam War, police abuse, farmworker... Read more »

County Blasts State Plan for Exide Clean Up

Los Angeles County Supervisor Hilda Solis blasted a cleanup plan released by state officials for neighborhoods surrounding the shuttered Exide battery-recycling... Read more »

Jimmy Gomez Sworn Into Congress

Former Eagle Rock Assemblyman Jimmy Gomez was sworn in Tuesday as a member of the House of Representatives, one month after he defeated public interest attorney... Read more »

Bell Gardens Man Charged In Wife’s Killing

A Bell Gardens man has been charged with the beating death of his wife, who was holding their 4-year-old child when she was attacked. Michael Robles, 32, pleaded... Read more »

ICE Officers Told to Take Action Against All Undocumented Immigrants Encountered While on Duty

The head of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement unit in charge of deportations has directed his officers to take action against all undocumented immigrants they... Read more »

Initiative to Repeal Gas Tax Gets Go-Ahead

Backers of an initiative to repeal the recent gasoline tax and vehicle registration fee increase have received authorization to begin gathering signatures, Secretary... Read more »

Metro ‘Taps’ Into L.A. Olympic Spirit

Limited edition Metro TAP cards celebrating Los Angeles’ Olympic bid are available at select stations, the agency announced Friday. The cards feature the worlds... Read more »

‘The High Art of Riding Low’ Opens at Petersen

“Lowriding” is a generations-old past time in car-centered Los Angeles and now the subject of a newly opened exhibition at the Petersen Automotive Museum on... Read more »

Exide: Nearby Residents Still Living in Fear

Promises to clean up lead and other toxic waste has done little to calm the fears of people living in the shadow of the now closed Exide battery-recycling plant... Read more »

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