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Man Shot in El Sereno

 A 21-year-old man who claimed that he was not in a gang was shot dead by a suspected gang member in the El Sereno section of Los Angeles, police said Sunday. The... Read more »

Former Monterey Park Teacher Sentenced in Child Sex Abuse Case

A former teacher was sentenced last week to 16 years in state prison in a child sex abuse case involving four female special education students at a Monterey Park... Read more »

Huntington Park Soccer Field Named After Sen. De Leon

Senate Pro-Tem Elect Kevin de Leon will no longer be strictly associated with the world of politics, he will also now be tied to the world of soccer following the... Read more »

Southland Braces for Heat Wave

More scorching weather is heading to the Southland this weekend, with triple-digit heat anticipated in some areas and forecasters warning Wednesday that the hot... Read more »

Metro Fare Changes Start Monday Sept. 15

Saying it needs the increase fares to stave off budget deficits in coming years, Metro’s new higher bus and rail fares will go into effect next week. Metro’s... Read more »

Supervisor Molina to Challenge Huizar In Los Angeles 14th Council District

Los Angeles County Supervisor Gloria Molina, who is being termed out of her board seat, said Friday she will challenge Jose Huizar next year for his seat on the... Read more »

Latino Heritage Month: Perfect Time to Launch Push to the Polls

So President Obama and his administration have delayed action on immigration reform until after the mid-term elections; was anyone surprised? Apparently immigrants... Read more »

The President Chickened Out!

Keep your enemies close and your friends closer, a wise Chinese philosopher once said. President Obama should have kept faith with that when he announced he would... Read more »

Political Governance and Natural Boundaries

The vast Sonoran Desert of the American Southwest lies in the political territories of California and Arizona and reaches south into Mexico. Its arid landscape is... Read more »

Fiestas Patrias Fesival at Olvera Street!

  Woodcraft Rangers (pictured) elementary school level Mariachi and Folklorico clubs perform this weekend. (Woodcraft Rangers ) Saturday & Sunday- Sept.... Read more »

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