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California Officially Becomes a Sanctuary State

California has officially become a “sanctuary state” for immigrants in the country without authorization under a new law that went into effect New Year’s Day. Under... Read more »

More White Americans Feel They’re Victims of Bias

The number of white Americans who believe they face discrimination is on the rise. According to a recent poll, 55 percent of white Americans believe their group... Read more »

Environment, Service and Imagination Dominate 2018 Rose Parade

The 129th Rose Parade stepped off on time in a peaceful and festive Pasadena Monday, with 24 awards given to floats and a B-2 bomber soaring overhead. The Sweepstakes... Read more »

Recreational Pot Sales Start Monday; High Prices Predicted at First

Starting today, Californians ages 21 and older will legally be able to buy marijuana for recreational purposes – no medical marijuana card required. The state... Read more »

Holiday DUI Enforcement In Full Swing

Beware if you’re planning to partake in some alcohol as part of your New Year’s celebration, because law enforcement agencies are already out in force searching... Read more »

Rams, Minus Several Starters, To Face 49ers

  The Los Angeles Rams will face the San Francisco 49ers today at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum with quarterback Jared Goff and at least four other starters... Read more »

Groups Sue to Keep Methane Waste Rule

Two new lawsuits have been filed in federal court to stop the Trump administration from deep-sixing rules meant to reduce pollution, fight climate change and preserve... Read more »

Calif. Minimum Wage Earners Getting a Raise

It’s not yet $15, but minimum wager earners will get a boost in their paychecks starting Jan. 1 when California’s hourly minimum wage goes up. The upcoming hike... Read more »

California Educators Pan GOP Tax Plan

Education experts are speaking out against the Republican tax plan, saying it could lead to less money for schools and hurt working class families. The bill permanently... Read more »

A Time Honored Nursing Tradition

It’s rare these days to see a nurse dressed in anything but hospital scrubs, but at East Los Angeles College earlier this month, nursing students donned their... Read more »

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