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Montebello PD Searching for Hit and Run Driver

Montebello police Monday appealed to the public for help in finding a hit-and-run driver who collided with a bicyclist, who died of his injuries two days later. The... Read more »

Making a New Home In Vernon

Former El Sereno resident Francis Ramirez was used to her 45-minute commute to her job in Vernon, but wanted to cut down her morning drive time. So when earlier... Read more »

Manufacturers, Mechanics Blamed For Montebello Tanker Explosion

A 2011 tanker explosion that destroyed a freeway bridge in Montebello occurred because Peterbilt Motors Co. manufactured a defective part deep within the chassis... Read more »

New Commerce Budget Expands Programs

For the third year running, the Commerce City Council has approved a new fiscal year budget that’s not only balanced but also has a small surplus. The council... Read more »

Garcetti to ‘Pitch’ L.A. River Plan In D.C.

Mayor Eric Garcetti said Wednesday he will urge a panel of top U.S. Army Corps of Engineers officials in Washington, D.C., this week to advance a $1.3 billion project... Read more »

Arrests Made In Large Narcotics Haul

A traffic stop of a vehicle speeding through a residential area led to the discovery of a large amount of drugs, weapons and cash and resulted in the arrests of... Read more »

Metro Marks 25 Years of Rail Service

A Metro Blue Line train chugged through a celebratory banner Monday near the Pico Station in downtown Los Angeles to help the Metropolitan Transportation Authority... Read more »

Bell Gardens All-Stars: They’re Girls

Across the country this week, baseball fans were focused on Major League Baseball’s All Star Game played Tuesday and the L.A. (of Anaheim) Angel’s Mike Trout’s... Read more »

No Single Strategy to Fighting Crime

It was still light out when officers from the Los Angeles Police Department’s Gang Division stopped three young men in a Glassell Park neighborhood that for years... Read more »

Seizure of Property Prior to Conviction Really Not Fair

Is suspicion of being involved in drug sales reason enough for law enforcement agencies in California to be able to seize a person’s property even if they haven’t... Read more »

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