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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 »

GO East L.A. Expands; Free Community College Launched

Efforts to get more Los Angeles students to college got a big boost this week with the launch of an initiative to give students a free year of community college,... Read more »

16th of Sept. Parade Sunday in East L.A.

Mexican actor and singer Fernando Allende (pictured) will serve as parade Grand Marshal of the 70th annual Mexican Independence Day Parade and Festival Sunday in... Read more »

Second Commerce Official Faces FPPC Fine

Less than two months after Commerce Mayor Pro Tem Tina Baca del Rio faced one of the largest penalties ever issued by the Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC)... Read more »

Sups. Adjourn in Memory of Edelman

Flags at county buildings were lowered to half-staff Tuesday afternoon in honor of former Los Angeles County Supervisor Edmund D. Edelman, and will remain that way... Read more »

Becoming a U.S. Citizen During Constitution Week

The U.S. Constitution: it’s a legalistic document that takes about a half-hour to read. Yet it changed the course of history, by encoding the basic principles... Read more »

Convertirse en un ciudadano estadounidense durante la Semana de la Constitución

La Constitución de Estados Unidos: es un documento jurídico que toma alrededor de media hora para leer. Sin embargo, cambió el curso de la historia, mediante... Read more »

A Mexican Trilogy: An American Story

Through Oct. 9: A Mexican Trilogy: An American Story on stage at the Los Angeles Theatre Center in Downtown L.A. For the first time, Evelina Fernández’s award-winning... Read more »

Celebrate Latino Heritage Month-Fiestas Patrias

Friday, Sept. 16 11am-5pm–Fiestas Patrias Special Cultural Entertainment at El Pueblo de Los Angels/Olvera Street in the Public Kiosko. Enjoy live entertainment... Read more »

Nightingale Students On the Road to USC

Students at Nightingale Middle School in Cypress Park could get a full-ride scholarship to the University of Southern California if they successfully complete a... Read more »

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