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Working Toward Victory

Hoping to make an impressive showing at the 2017 Academic Decathalon, students from Roosevelt High School spent last Saturday honing their knowledge of World War... Read more »

County Supervisors Back Tougher Fed Rules on Payday Lenders

The Board of Supervisors Tuesday voted its unanimous support of federal regulations targeting predatory lending practices by payday, car title and installment lenders. “We... Read more »

Rams Will Pay for Police and Other City Services

The Los Angeles Rams have agreed to reimburse thefull cost of city services incurred during home games at the Coliseum, including for police, fire and street services,... Read more »

FPPC Approves Penalties Against Commerce Officials

Despite residents demanding harsher penalties, the Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) today approved reduced fines against two Commerce officials accused... Read more »

LAPD Commission Wants Closer Look at Handling of Racial Profiling Claims

The Los Angeles Police Commission Tuesday requested a re-examination of the way the LAPD handles complaints of racial profiling by officers, with one member saying... Read more »

Fleeing Man Struck While Running on Freeway

A man suspected of stealing a vehicle was killed Wednesday during a pursuit when he fled on foot and was struck by a vehicle on the San Bernardino (101) Freeway... Read more »

Vandals Trash 9/11 Memorial at Occidental College

An investigation was underway Monday into the removal of nearly 3,000 small American flags that had been set up as a 9/11 memorial at Occidental College for the... Read more »

Police Chase Ends in Boyle Heights

A 20-year-old man who failed to yield for a traffic stop in South Gate was arrested Monday after leading police on a chase that ended with a crash in Boyle Heights,... Read more »

Woman Killed by Train Identified

The coroner’s office Sunday identified the woman fatally struck by a freight train in Montebello in what police believe to be a suicide. She was Darlene Rodriguez,... Read more »

From Lead to Pipelines, Students Hone Research Skills

A small group of community-based researchers in Southeast Los Angeles County is searching to find solutions to environmental issues ranging from lead contamination... Read more »

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