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CHP, Police Step Up Holiday DUI Enforcement

Authorities Wednesday warned Southlanders that officers will be out in force during the three-day Fourth of July weekend looking for motorists driving while impaired. The... Read more »

Supreme Court Deadlocks on DAPA and Extended DACA

Local immigration-rights activists expressed disappointment today in the U.S. Supreme Court’s inability to reach a decision on President Barack Obama’s... Read more »

Latest Attempt at Police Transparency Fails In California

ProPublica – There are numerous law enforcement scandals unfolding in Northern California. Last month, San Francisco fired its police chief after a string of... Read more »

Measure AA Paying Off In Commerce

While many southeast Los Angeles County cities are struggling to find funds to address aging infrastructure, the City of Commerce will be using a projected surplus... Read more »

Community Lashes Out at Los Angeles Police Commission

The Los Angeles City Board of Police Commissioners was in Boyle Heights Tuesday night to hear from local residents about the state of policing in their neighborhood,... Read more »

Ex-LA County Sherriff Lee Baca Diagnosed with Alzheimer’s

Less than one month before he is scheduled to be sentenced, former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca has revealed in documents filed with the court that he has... Read more »

Maywood Fire Displaces Families: Triggers Emergency Declaration

The Board of Supervisors declared a local emergency Tuesday in the wake of last week’s explosive fire at a Maywood warehouse, saying hazardous levels of magnesium... Read more »

Slain Former College Football Player Attended Salesian High

A 24-year-old man shot to death in Inglewood was a former linebacker at Oregon State University, and his killer remains at large. Police on Tuesday responded to... Read more »

Renovated Baseball Fields Dedicated at East L.A. Park

Two renovated baseball fields were dedicated Saturday at Belvedere Park in East Los Angeles, financed by a combination of funding from government, corporate and... Read more »

Bell Gardens Finances Continue to Improve

The opening of the highly anticipated hotel at The Bicycle Casino turned into a $1 million jackpot for the city of Bell Gardens, which wagered on the success of... Read more »

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