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Jury Deliberations Continue in Case Against Ex-Sheriff

Jurors continued deliberating Wednesday in the federal corruption trial of former Sheriff Lee Baca, who is accused of authorizing a conspiracy to thwart a federal... Read more »

L.A. City, County Pledge Funds to Defend Immigrants Facing Deportation

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to contribute $1 million, growing to $2 million next year, to a legal aid fund for immigrants facing deportation... Read more »

Properties Not Needed for ‘710’ Project Go Up for Sale

Caltrans is beginning the process of selling 42 residential properties it has owned for six decades along the proposed State Route 710 Corridor in Pasadena, South... Read more »

Snow Fun Comes to Commerce

Dressed in puffy jackets, beanies and gloves, dozens of children spent a day frolicking in the snow during the City of Commerce’s annual Snow Day. Holding tight... Read more »

Poll: Some Parents Forgo Car Seats, Other Safety Measures While Traveling

ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Parents’ to-do lists before traveling with toddlers this holiday season may include packing an emergency stock of snacks, activities and wardrobe... Read more »

Culinary Students Build Gingerbread House Village

In what’s become an annual tradition, Bell Gardens High School Culinary students kicked off the holiday season by showing off their baking and cake decorating... Read more »

SoCalGas Lifts Energy Advisory, For Now

Southern California Gas Co. Monday lifted an advisory it issued Sunday night urging its customers to reduce natural-gas usage to reduce the risk of gas and electricity... Read more »

Three Suspects Arrested in Montebello Robbery

Three of four suspects were arrested Tuesday following the robbery of a Metro PCS store in Montebello, where the suspects demanded sales clerks give them four cell... Read more »

Las Posadas: The Mexican Tradition Continues in Bell Gardens

While growing up in Mexico, Gloria Casillas could hardly contain her excitement as she counted down the days until Christmas. It wasn’t the presents she was looking... Read more »

Hermon Fights for Its Own Neighborhood Council

It’s the story of the little neighborhood that refused to give up. After five years of fighting for a separate voice in Northeast Los Angeles, the small community... Read more »

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