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It Wouldn’t Be a Holiday Without Friends of Salazar Park Giving Again

Not a holiday goes by without the Friends of Salazar Park (FSPS) senior volunteers reaching out to local needy families to make their celebration just a little more... Read more »

LAPD Policy Calls for Officers to ‘De-escalate’

The Los Angeles Board of Police Commissioners approved new policies Tuesday that call on officers to use more de-escalation techniques before resorting to deadly... Read more »

County Working to Shut Down Illegal Marijuana Dispensaries

Lawyers for Los Angeles County recommended a “surge strategy’’ Tuesday to shut down medical marijuana dispensaries operating illegally in the face of a ban... Read more »

LMU Poll Finds Strong Support for ‘Sanctuary Cities’

More than two-thirds of Los Angeles County residents support the idea of making their hometown a “sanctuary city,” according to a new poll released Monday by... Read more »

Vernon Voters: Small But Mighty

A single vote goes a long way in Vernon, where a mere 41 residents can determine the outcome of an election. That’s what happened last week during the city’s... Read more »

Graduation Numbers Rise to ‘Record High’

For the seventh straight year, California is making gains on the number of students who graduate from high school, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom... Read more »

Civil Rights Advocates Condemn Board of Supervisors

The Board of Supervisors delayed a vote Tuesday on $1 million in legal support for residents facing deportation after advocates protested a provision excluding individuals... Read more »

Metro Signs Deal to Buy Subway Trains from China Railway

Los Angeles County transportation officials sealed the deal on a $178 million, 64 rail car purchase from China Railway Rolling Stock Corporation Ltd. during a signing... Read more »

Labor Leader Enters Race For State Senate Seat

Labor leader Maria Elena Durazo has announced her candidacy for the state Senate seat held by President Pro Tem Kevin De Leon, who cannot run for re-election in... Read more »

Reward Posted for Suspect in Postal Robberies

A reward of up to $10,000 is being offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of a man suspected of stealing mail from postal trucks and residential... Read more »

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