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Finger Pointing Escalates in Southeast City

Two longtime Bell Gardens councilwoman who until recently were close friends, made it clear Monday there is “no turning back,” with each accusing the other of... Read more »

MUSD Revokes Layoff Notices; Recall Moves Forward

MONTEBELLO  – Following months of protests from students, parents and teachers, the Montebello Unified School Board unanimously voted to rescind layoff notices... Read more »

Suspect in Deadly Shooting Still on the Loose

EAST LOS ANGELES  – Authorities Tuesday identified a man who was fatally shot in East Los Angeles by a killer who remains at large. The shooting was reported... Read more »

Trucking Co. Owner Gets Probation for Dumping Into River

The owner of a waste-hauling company was sentenced Monday to five years probation for dumping 11,000 gallons of waste water and soap into a tributary of the San... Read more »

Wells Fargo Claws Back Millions in Compensation

LOS ANGELES  – Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer said Monday the Wells Fargo board’s decision to claw back $75 million in compensation from two ex-executives... Read more »

Dogs Infected with Canine Influenza

LOS ANGELES  – Los Angeles Animal Services reported Monday that multiple dogs recently imported from Asia by a rescue group were infected with canine influenza,... Read more »

So Cal Leaders Decry San Bernardino School Shooting

Southland elected officials sent words of condolence today to victims of the shooting at North Park Elementary School in San Bernardino, with several of them condemning... Read more »

Passover Begins at Sundown

Passover, the weeklong Jewish commemoration of what the Old Testament depicts as the deliverance of the ancient Hebrews from slavery in Egypt, begins at sundown... Read more »

‘There are no Do-Overs’ – Advocates Sound Alarm on 2020 Census

New America Media – With the 2020 Census three years out, civil rights groups and census experts are sounding the alarm that pending actions by the Trump administration... Read more »

Hate Crimes Jump 15% in Los Angeles

Hate crimes in the city of Los Angeles hit multi-year highs in 2016, according to an analysis released Tuesday by Cal State San Bernardino researchers, who pegged... Read more »

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