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Teachers’ Union to Take ‘Quality Education’ Message to Local Schools Thursday

With the inauguration of Donald Trump looming, the union representing teachers in the Los Angeles Unified School District will sponsor pre-class gatherings at hundreds... Read more »

Community Calendar: Jan. 19, 2017 – Jan. 25, 2017

Today, Thursday, Jan. 19 8am-8pm–Bell Gardens PD Battle of the Badges Blood Drive. Hundreds of police & public safety agencies take part in the American Red... Read more »

Exide: After Long Delay, State Moves to Speed Cleaning of Homes With Highest Levels of Lead

State environmental regulators issued guidelines Thursday that will allow expedited cleanups of high-risk homes near the shuttered Exide Technologies battery-recycling... Read more »

Economic Study Finds $11 Billion Upside to 2014 Olympic Games

Hosting the 2024 Summer Olympics could increase Los Angeles’ economic output by up to $11.2 billion, according to a study released Monday. “In 1984, Los Angeles... Read more »

New State Law Makes it Tougher to Seize a Suspect’s Assets

For nearly two decades, law enforcement agencies across the state have been supplementing their budgets by seizing cars, jewelry and other property when they make... Read more »

Teen Killed in East L.A. Shooting

Authorities Monday identified a 16-year-old boy killed in an apparent-gang-related shooting in East Los Angeles. The shooting occurred at 2:40 a.m. Sunday in the... Read more »

LAUSD Sticks to Current School Calendar

The Los Angeles Unified School District’s Board of Education Tuesday approved an instructional calendar for the 2017-18 school year that closely resembles the... Read more »

County Appoints New Public Health Director

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors appointed a new public health director Tuesday with more than 25 years of relevant experience, including as a senior... Read more »

Los Angeles City Council Introduces Campaign Finance Reform

Four Los Angeles City Council members Tuesday introduced a motion on campaign finance reform that proposes banning developer contributions to city elected officials... Read more »

SCE Offering $1.2 Million in College Scholarships For Local Seniors

High school seniors with an interest in majoring in STEM — science, technology, engineering, math — fields at four-year colleges and universities have a Feb.... Read more »

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