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Girls’ Killings Fuel Fear and Rumors

A coroner’s spokesman said Wednesday he could not comment on a report that one of two young women found dead in a Montecito Heights park had been shot in the head. Coroner’s... Read more »

UPDATE: Two Women Found Dead in Debs Park

A 17-year old girl found dead in a park in Montecito Heights was identified Friday by friends as family as Briana Gallegos of Pico Rivera. The coroner’s office... Read more »

Thousands Bid Farewell to Sixth Street Bridge

An iconic Los Angeles bridge was given a grand send off Saturday when thousands of people gathered on the expanse between the city’s downtown and Boyle Heights... Read more »

Boyle Heights: Homeless Seen as Safety Issue

In the past, public safety forums in Boyle Heights mostly focused on issues related to gang violence and crime. But it seems these days that the homeless, illegal... Read more »

Supes Approve $100M for Affordable Housing Trust

The Board of Supervisors Tuesday approved a new fund, set to total $100 million a year by 2020, to support affordable housing. This is in addition to the $100 million... Read more »

‘Vanished’ Eastside Mural Looking for New Home

A mural that for more than two decades was visible to commuters entering the city of Los Angeles from the northbound Hollywood Freeway (U.S. 101) that was tragically... Read more »

Candidates See Montebello as Diamond in the Rough

When Rose Gascon first moved to Montebello the city was often referred to as the “Beverly Hills of East Los Angeles,” a nickname adopted to differentiate the... Read more »

County Supervisors Approve $2M for Exide Cleanup

Testing for chemical contamination in Commerce and other areas could start as early as today, a state regulator said Wednesday. Barbara Lee, director of the Department... Read more »

College Breaks the Silence on Student Depression Crisis

New America Media – Studies show that a large percentage of college students with depression are isolated, reluctant to talk about their condition and too ashamed... Read more »

Montebello School Campus Goes Drought Friendly

For the past year, California residents have been asked to conserve water in response to severe drought conditions across the state. Municipalities and businesses... Read more »

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