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Fire Destroys Boyle Heights Commercial Building

It took 130 firefighters more than two hours to put out a Major Emergency blaze in a 120,000-square-foot building in Boyle Heights last Saturday, authorities said. The... Read more »

Scouts Learn Early to Give Back, Have Civic Pride

  A day scheduled for Montebello residents to help clean a local park turned out to be a hands-on lesson for a group of young cub scouts on what it means to have... Read more »

Calif. Latinos Surge Into College, But Graduation Rates Lag

The number of Latinos in college in California is surging, but their graduation rates are still far behind other groups, according to a new report. Researchers at... Read more »

County Sees Public Restrooms as Key to Preventing Hepatitis A Among Homeless

Prompted by an outbreak of hepatitis A concentrated among homeless individuals, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to survey homeless encampments... Read more »

Metro Buying More Zero Emission Busses; Launches ‘Good Manners’ Campaign

Metro officials announced Tuesday that they have signed a contract with New Flyer of America for dozens of zero-emission and compressed natural gas buses to help... Read more »

Accusations Mount Against Hollywood Mogul

Accusations of sexual misconduct continued to mount this week against disgraced media mogul Harvey Weinstein, with a former actress coming forward in Los Angeles... Read more »

EGP Wins Award for Reporting on Exide

Eastern Group Publication (EGP) was presented an award for outstanding reporting by New America Media, an organization that represents ethnic media outlets and journalist... Read more »

Edison Accepting Scholarship Applications

High school seniors interested in pursuing science, technology, engineering or math careers are invited to apply for Edison International’s $1.2 million Edison... Read more »

L.A. Councilman Calls for Glendale to Extend Scholl Canyon Landfill Review

 “Given no outreach has been offered to the residents of Eagle Rock who bear a significant burden from the operation of the landfill,” Los Angeles Councilman... Read more »

Gov. Signs Bill to Move Up California Primary

California residents could find themselves playing a greater role in the next presidential election, with the governor signing a bill by a Bell Gardens legislator... Read more »

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