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Carrillo Wins 51st Assembly Seat

Community activist Wendy Carrillo will take office in January when the Assembly begins the second year of a two-year session after defeating fellow Democrat Luis... Read more »

Sheriff’s Sergeant Pleads No Contest to Battery Charge

A Los Angeles County sheriff’s sergeant pleaded no contest Tuesday to misdemeanor battery and false imprisonment charges involving a female deputy. Michael Spina,... Read more »

Thousands In Wildfire Path Forced to Evacuate

Thousands of people remained under mandatory evacuation orders Wednesday as firefighters tried to get control of multiple stubborn, wind-driven fires in Sylmar,... Read more »

Customers Can File Complaints On New L.A. Sanitation Website

An online portal that allows customers to submit billing disputes and get information about trash pickup was unveiled this week by the Los Angeles Bureau of Sanitation,... Read more »

Assembly Special Election: Carrillo Leading In Early Vote Count

Community activist Wendy Carrillo led nonprofit healthcare director Luis Lop 55.59 percent-44.41 percent in the count of vote by mail ballots for today’s 51st... Read more »

Gov. Brown Declares State of Emergency In SoCal Wildfires

Gov. Jerry Brown has declared a state of emergency in Los Angeles County due to the wildfires burning in the area. The declaration comes amid Santa Ana wind conditions... Read more »

Volunteer Knitters Needed for ‘Little Hats, Big Hearts’

Do you knit or crochet and have a little time to do something inspirational for someone else? If so, the American Heart Association and The Children’s Heart Foundation... Read more »

DMV Launches Campaign to Combat Unlicensed Vehicle Dismantling

The California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) has launched a campaign to inform people about the public health and safety risks associated with the illegal dismantling... Read more »

L.A. Rams Beat Saints, Take On Cardinals Without Barwin

After a tough loss against the Vikings last week, the L.A. Rams responded well to pull off a 26-20 victory over the NFC South-leading Saints. The win keeps Los Angeles’... Read more »

A Traffic School for L.A. Cyclists In the Works Sub

Bicyclists who receive a moving violation in the City of Los Angeles could soon be allowed to attend ‘traffic school” to reduce the amount of their fine or cut... Read more »

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