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Fate of Veteran Park Still Up In The Air

COMMERCE – For the last few months, Cynthia Venegas has been forced to travel to Montebello for her daughter’s volleyball practice because the park in Commerce... Read more »

Metro Board Redirects $700 Million Away From 710 Freeway Tunnel

In a move that could effectively kill the Long Beach (710) Freeway tunnel extension between Alhambra and Pasadena, the Metro Board of Directors voted Thursday to... Read more »

Montebello Home Searched in Connection to Missing Boy

Detectives investigating the April disappearance of a 5-year-old South Pasadena boy served a warrant today at the Montebello home of his paternal grandmother. Law... Read more »

Outside Washington, A ‘More Powerful’ Immigrant Rights Movement Emerges

New America Media – Immigrant rights advocates say that despite the cloud of fear hanging over communities in the first 100 days of the Trump administration, there... Read more »

Council Opposes Senate Bill that Would Bring Changes to Metro Board

The Los Angeles City Council unanimously opposed a state Senate bill that would drastically overhaul the governing board of Metro. The bill is Sen. Tony Mendoza’s... Read more »

Seniors Who Live with Their Abusers Often Suffer Recurrent Abuse

Older adults who have been hospitalized for injuries from an assault are more likely to experience subsequent physical abuse if they are female, widowed, diagnosed... Read more »

ACA Repeal Will Wipe Out Coverage Gains by Small Business Workers and Self-Employed

New America Media – Republicans’ efforts to repeal and replace portions of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) threatens the health coverage of California’s self-employed,... Read more »

Eastside Youth Demand Inclusion in City Budget

Feeling they don’t have a seat at the table during budget season, over 200 local students rallied outside Los Angeles City Hall Tuesday and invited the mayor and... Read more »

Gov. Takes ‘Environmental Justice’ Tour of Areas Ravaged by Pollution

Gov. Jerry Brown got a close-up look Tuesday at the traffic, pollution, and industries that have long wreaked havoc on the health of residents living in southeast... Read more »

SR-710: Metro Committee Backs ‘Transportation Management’ Over Tunnel

Decades of uncertainty and discord over the controversial State Route 710 North project could soon turn a new page if transportation officials vote Thursday to adopt... Read more »

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