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CA Farmworkers’ Advocates Rally Against Pesticides Near Schools

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – About 150 farmworkers’ families and their advocates rallied this week in front of the California state PEA office in Sacramento. The... Read more »

Authorities Continue to Search for Gunman Involved in Boyle Heights Shooting

Los Angeles Police Department Hollenbeck Homicide Detectives are asking for the public’s help in providing any information that would lead to the identity and... Read more »

How to Get Kids to Drink More Water

A new study offers a simple solution for getting kids to drink more water in schools or child-care settings: Make it more convenient. Researchers from the University... Read more »

Community Calendar

Today, Thursday July 14 4-6:30pm—Eagle Rock Library Summer Adults Film Screening of Charles Lindbergh’s most famous feats & stars Jimmy Stewart as the legendary... Read more »

Bell Gardens Man Pleads Not Guilty to Murder Charges

A Bell Gardens man accused in the shooting deaths of two brothers at a county park in East Los Angeles last November pleaded not guilty last week to murder charges. Pedro... Read more »

Montebello Woman Killed in Freeway Accident

A woman was killed Sunday when the driver of the car she was in fell asleep at the wheel and it slammed into crash cushions on the San Bernardino (10) Freeway in... Read more »

Man Faces Life in Prison for Shakey’s Stabbing

A Bakersfield man is facing up to 16 years to life in prison for fatally stabbing a man at a Monterey Park pizza parlor, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s... Read more »

Woman Pleads No Contest to Package Theft

A 20-year-old Montebello woman caught on video stealing packages from an Alhambra porch pleaded no contest Monday to felony burglary and theft charges. Rianna Adrienne... Read more »

Commerce Councilwoman Facing Heavy FPPC Fines

Commerce Mayor Pro Tem Tina Baca del Rio is facing the state’s largest proposed judgment against a sitting local official over allegations she illegally transferred... Read more »

East L.A. Seniors Work Together to Fight Depression, Loneliness

The setting was casual, from the coffee and Mexican bread on the table, to the prayer recited in both English and Spanish to get the meeting started. The men and... Read more »

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