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Thanksgiving Comes Early to Troops at LAX

Active military men and women waiting last week to board planes headed to their deployment were treated to an early Thanksgiving dinner courtesy of the Bob Hope... Read more »

Pumpkin: Nature’s Superstar, Not Just During Holidays

With the holidays approaching, the humble pumpkin has taken its rightful place center stage. One of the most versatile of fruits, almost every part of the pumpkin... Read more »

Family of Hit-and-Run Victim Sues City

Family members of a grandmother who passed her citizenship exam not long before being killed last year in a hit-run collision in Highland Park are suing the city... Read more »

Community Calendar: Nov. 30, 2015 – Dec. 2, 2015

Monday, Nov. 30 5pm – Light Up the Holiday at Grand Park. Usher in the festivities with the official lighting of the Los Angeles County Christmas tree. Enjoy holiday... Read more »

Transient Wanted In Killing of Woman In East L.A.

Authorities today named a man wanted as a suspect in the beating death of his 21-year-old girlfriend, whose body was found next to a cemetery and freeway in East... Read more »

Two Brothers Killed at Ruben Salazar Park

Two brothers were fatally shot during a shooting on Sunday morning at the Ruben Salazar Park in East Los Angeles, according to the sheriff’s department. Deputies... Read more »

Deputies Investigating Woman’s Death in East L.A.

The death of a woman in East Los Angeles was being investigated as a homicide, authorities said today. The body of the unidentified victim was found on the 400 block... Read more »

Washington’s Latest Deal: Little Cause for Celebration

You can understand why President Obama and congressional leaders on both sides of the aisle sought to cast their end-of-October budget deal in the best possible... Read more »

Border Enforcement By Racism?

“There can be no cure to the White race’s inevitable destruction unless national border enforcement, along racial lines, is in place. This is the only way to... Read more »

Surviving the Holidays With Diabetes

The holidays are a time to gather with family and friends. It’s also a season to indulge in all of your favorite holiday foods and drink. For people living with... Read more »

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