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Man Fatally Shot In East LA

A man was fatally shot Sunday on a street in East Los Angeles and sheriff’s homicide detectives were investigating. The shooting in the 1300 block of South Atlantic... Read more »

El Sereno Brusher

A fire scorched some brush and debris on a hilltop in the El Sereno area northeast of downtown Los Angeles Monday, but no one was hurt. The fire was reported about... Read more »

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 »

State Agencies Banned From Contributing Info to Feds’ Ethnic, Religious Registries

A new law authored by Sen. Ricardo Lara of Bell Gardens that prevents California agencies from sharing certain data with the federal government has been signed into... Read more »

Outside Hearing Officer to Oversee Ethics Case Against LAUSD Board Member

The Los Angeles City Ethics Commission opted Tuesday to bring in an outside hearing officer to oversee its case against Los Angeles Unified School District Board... Read more »

Calif. Delegation Meets With Dreamers

California members of Congress were in Los Angeles Wednesday where they held a roundtable discussion with young immigrants currently protected from deportation under... Read more »

‘Hurricane 3D’ Now Showing at the California Science Center

“Hurricane 3D,” which gives audiences an up-close look at the strength of an Atlantic hurricane like the ones that have wrought havoc in Texas, Florida and Puerto... Read more »

L.A. Stopped Accepting ‘Section 8’ Applications More Than a Decade Ago, That Changes Monday

It has been more than a decade since the city of Los Angeles stopped accepting applications for Section 8 housing vouchers, but that’s about to change Monday when... Read more »

Wachdog Report: Sheriff Dept. Aiding ICE More Than It Lets On

While Los Angeles County Sheriff Jim McDonnell assured the public that his department had scaled back its cooperation with federal immigration agents, ICE agents... Read more »

Comic Book Invasion Returns to Commerce on Saturday

Superhero lovers and cosplayers will descend on Commerce this Saturday for the latest installment of the “Comic Book Invasion,” a free, open to the public event... Read more »

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