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State Audit Slams MUSD Finances

A review of Montebello Unified School District’s financial records has resulted in a scathing report by state auditors that alleges years of wasteful spending,... Read more »

Remembering Vets With Monuments and Jobs

In 1938 the U.S. Congress made November 11 a national holiday to honor veterans who fought in World War I. Formerly known as Armistice Day, veterans service organizations... Read more »

Trump Ends Temp Status for Nicaraguans

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to push back against the Trump administration’s move to end Temporary Protected Status for thousands... Read more »

Air Quality Regulators Adopt Rules to Limit ‘Stink’ Coming From Vernon

Dealing with rancid smells from five rendering plants in Vernon may no longer be a regular fact of life for residents in and around the city after the South Coast... Read more »

Acute Confusion As Exchange Enrollment Gets Underway

If the comments on Covered California’s Facebook page are any indication, you’re all suffering from acute health insurance confusion: “I wanted to sign up... Read more »

Beyond The Shattered Lives And Bodies, Money Worries Weigh On Las Vegas Victims

LAS VEGAS — Kurt Fowler and his wife, Trina, were celebrating their 18th wedding anniversary at a country music festival when the shooting started. Fowler, 41,... Read more »

FEMA Had a Plan for Responding to a Hurricane in Puerto Rico – But It Doesn’t Want You to See It

The Federal Emergency Management Agency, citing unspecified “potentially sensitive information,” is declining to release a document it drafted several years... Read more »

Relatives Caring for Foster Children Need Help Making Ends Meet

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to try and find a way to offer longer-term funding to relatives caring for foster children and awaiting... Read more »

City Gives Nonprofit Property to Shelter Homeless Students

Jovenes Inc., a nonprofit that serves homeless youth, will build units designed to serve homeless students engaged in post-secondary studies on a city-owned property... Read more »

County Wants Authority to Treat Severely Mentally Ill Without Their Permission

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to work on legislation that would allow social workers and law enforcement officers to detain severely... Read more »

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