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Domestic Violence Victims Encouraged to Seek Help

At 35, Gwen thought she was at the perfect time in her life to start a family. She had a college degree, lived in an upper middle-class Los Angeles neighborhood,... Read more »

Forum Examines Quality in Early Education

Leaders in education, government, and business from all across the country descended on the Disney Concert Hall in downtown Los Angeles Tuesday to discuss the importance... Read more »

Mayor’s Killing Reveals Many ‘Dark Secrets’

The mother of Bell Gardens Mayor Daniel Crespo, who was fatally shot — allegedly by his wife — during a family fight at his home, filed a lawsuit Monday against... Read more »

Garfield, South Gate to Battle For Eastern League Top Spot

The Eastern League football title most likely will be determined Friday night when Garfield High School visits South Gate in a battle of the league’s unbeaten. Since... Read more »

Vernon Sets Special Election for Feb. 2015

The Vernon City Council Tuesday unanimously scheduled a special election for Feb. 17, 2015 to fill the seat left vacant by the death of Councilman Michael Ybarra. The... Read more »

Council Pulls Back On Proposed L.A. Wage Hike

Five Los Angeles City Council members agreed Tuesday that Mayor Eric Garcetti’s plan to raise the city’s minimum wage to $13.25 by 2017 needs more scrutiny. Mitch... Read more »

Miss Bell Gardens 2014 Crowned

A new queen and royal court was crowed Saturday at the Miss Bell Gardens 2014 pageant. Left to right: Brenda Alonso- 4th Princess, Julie Isabeles-2nd Princess, Monica... Read more »

Eagle Rock Businesses One Step Closer to Longer Hours

Eagle Rock businesses could soon be allowed to stay open later now that the Los Angeles City Council has voted to approve changes to the Colorado Boulevard. Specific... Read more »

LAUSD’s Deasy Resigns-Hints at Possible Run for Office

Outgoing Los Angeles Unified School District Superintendent John Deasy hinted today he may run for public office, but he declined to say exactly what post he might... Read more »

Supervisor Molina Pushes Back at Critics of Vote on 287(g)

The first Latina ever elected to Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors bristles at accusations that her vote to support an agreement with county and federal immigration... Read more »

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