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To Save Main Street, Tax Wall Street

All too often these days, large U.S. corporations and Wall Street banks seem more interested in tapping overseas markets than in growing a customer base at home.... Read more »

The End of an Alliance for Police Reform

In July 2016, then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch committed the Department of Justice to investigating the shooting of Alton Sterling, a black man who was murdered... Read more »

ELAC Names Building for Past President: Ernest H. Moreno

A longtime educator and former president of East Los Angeles College has been recognized for his service with the naming of a new 5-story, 135,000 square foot building... Read more »

Cross-Border Protests Decry Trump’s Immigration Policies

Tens of thousands of people in Mexico called for unity and symbolically toppled the wall President Donald Trump wants to build along the U.S.-Mexico border during... Read more »

Community Calendar: Feb. 16, 2017-Feb.22, 2017

Friday, Feb. 17 10am-3pm–Photography Exhibition: Breaking the Color Line and Beyond-African Americans in Sports and Entertainment at Tranquilo Gallery at Olvera... Read more »

Homeless Could Pay for Parking Violations with Community Service

The Los Angeles City Council Tuesday approved the creation of a pilot program that will allow homeless people who receive parking citations to perform community... Read more »

Montebello Neighborhood Watch Meeting Goes ‘Live’

Montebello residents who want to attend a citywide Neighborhood Watch meeting will no longer have very far to go. Last week, the Montebello Police Department held... Read more »

With Ballot Initiative, Los Angeles Looks Toward Ending Homelessness

While Los Angeles is home to the nation’s largest homeless population, L.A. County has responded with a broad spectrum of programs to match. The scope of the problem... Read more »

Immigrants: A $232 Billion Boost to Local Economy

Immigrants contribute significantly to the economies of the city and county of Los Angeles, according to a study released Feb. 8. The report from the New American... Read more »

Want a Valentine’s Day Wedding? L.A. County Clerk Says ‘Come On In’

Tomorrow is Valentine’s Day, meaning plenty of amorous couples will be looking to tie the knot on the most romantic day of the year, and the Los Angeles County... Read more »

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