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Southeast Areas Question Measure M Benefits

Located along the state’s worst traffic bottleneck, the city of Commerce has for decades had to deal with more than its fair share of traffic, yet it’s unlikely... Read more »

Lead Found at LAUSD Schools

After learning lead had been found at Lorena Street Elementary where her two grandchildren attend school, Rosalia Valle wanted reassurance that they would be safe... Read more »

Opponents Lining Up to Fight ‘DWP Power Grab’

Former City Controller Laura Chick, actor/environmentalist Ed Begley Jr., former City Councilman Nate Holden hope to pour water on the city’s November ballot... Read more »

USC, UCLA Make Strong Showing at Olympics

USC- and UCLA-affiliated athletes scored a total of 30 medals at the Olympics in Rio, with Trojans bringing home the most at 21, university officials said Monday. Athletes... Read more »

Drug-Hauling, Gun-Toting Montebello Parolee Sentenced to 20 Years

A Montebello parolee with a lengthy rap sheet was sentenced Monday to more than 20 years in federal prison as a result of a traffic stop in which he was found in... Read more »

Sheriffs Need Public’s Help to Catch Armed Robber

Sheriff’s detectives sought the public’s help in identifying a gunman who robbed $20 from an East Los Angeles discount store. The crime occurred about 4:20 p.m.... Read more »

Arroyo Vista Recognizes Local LAPD Officers

Arroyo Vista Family Health Center and the Lincoln Heights Benefit Association of Los Angeles (BID) celebrated National Health Center Week with a free health fair... Read more »

Report: Poor Road Conditions Cost Average L.A.-Area Driver Nearly $3,000

Poor road conditions in the Los Angeles area cost the average motorist about $3,000 a year due to higher vehicle costs, traffic crashes and congestion-related delays,... Read more »

DWP Board Toughens Turf Replacement Rules

The Board of Water and Power Commissioners Tuesday tightened up the criteria for granting turf removal rebates, under which synthetic turf and mulch will  no longer... Read more »

County to Review Racial Bias in Law Enforcement Agencies

The Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Tuesday to take a look at whether Los Angeles County’s law enforcement agencies can do more to mitigate implicit racial... Read more »

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