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SpaceX Vehicles Blows up During Launch

A space vehicle engineered in the South Bay blew up as it was being launched from Florida Sunday, a setback for Hawthorne-based SpaceX. The second stage of the rocket... Read more »

Supreme Court Rules Nationwide Subsidies Should Stay

New America Media – Debbie Richardson, 62, said she had been having the “heebie-jeebies” for the last few months, wondering if she might be forced to disenroll... Read more »

Thunder and Lightening Storms Strike Southland

Rain and lightning moved across parts of the Southland today as monsoonal moisture continued to linger over the area, forcing the closure of Los Angeles County beaches... Read more »

UPDATE: Man Charged in Highland Park Hit and Run

A 21-year-old Los Angeles man was charged Tuesday with gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated and hit-and-run driving for a crash that killed a bicyclist... Read more »

Bicyclist Killed in Highland Park Identified

The coroner’s office identified on saturday a bicyclist struck and killed in a hit-and-run crash in Highland Park as 33-year-old Jose Luna. No home address... Read more »

History: Same Sex Marriage Law of the Land

The U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling today legalizing same-sex marriage is a victory for civil rights, but it may not change the way all Americans view gay and lesbian... Read more »

Bicyclist Struck and Killed in Highland Park

A bicyclist was struck and killed by a speeding hit-and-run driver in Highland Park Friday morning, and the suspected motorist was later arrested, police said. It... Read more »

‘No Idling’ Regs Coming to Commerce

Diesel burning trucks idling for long periods is a problem in the City of Commerce. On Tuesday, city officials, residents and local environmental groups unveiled... Read more »

Why Always Us? Ask East L.A. Residents

Angered by the possibility of another transportation project devastating their community, dozens of eastside residents expressed their opposition to a SR-710 North... Read more »

Health Concerns Weigh Heavy on East L.A. Residents

At a meeting in East Los Angeles Saturday, resident after resident voiced concern that a “plague” of pollution and health issues could rain down on their predominately... Read more »

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