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Metro Buying More Zero Emission Busses; Launches ‘Good Manners’ Campaign

Metro officials announced Tuesday that they have signed a contract with New Flyer of America for dozens of zero-emission and compressed natural gas buses to help... Read more »

Bell Gardens ‘Studies’ Options to Regulate Cannabis

With just three months until the recreational use of marijuana becomes legal in California, cities like Bell Gardens must decide if they want to profit from the... Read more »

Accusations Mount Against Hollywood Mogul

Accusations of sexual misconduct continued to mount this week against disgraced media mogul Harvey Weinstein, with a former actress coming forward in Los Angeles... Read more »

Fire Ravages Historic Houses In Highland Park

Fire damaged two historic houses in Highland Park Tuesday, but firefighters prevented the flames from spreading to an adjacent apartment building. Firefighters sent... Read more »

Congressional Medal Nominee to Lead Latino Heritage Parade

Master Sgt. Ramon Rodriguez will serve as Grand Marshall for the 19th Annual Latino Heritage Parade and Jamaica Oct. 14 in Pasadena. Pictured left to right: Master... Read more »

Acting Head of ICE Threatens Calif. With More Raids

The acting director of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement lashed out today at California’s newly signed “sanctuary state” law, saying it will lead to... Read more »

EGP Wins Award for Reporting on Exide

Eastern Group Publication (EGP) was presented an award for outstanding reporting by New America Media, an organization that represents ethnic media outlets and journalist... Read more »

Las Vegas Massacre Scars Even Those Not There

Circulating across the country on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and SnapChat was one message, “Pray for Las Vegas.” News of the mass shooting Sunday night in... Read more »

Health Officials Continues to Hammer State’s Exide Plan

The state is still not doing enough to protect residents who live near the now-shuttered Exide battery recycling plant in Vernon, the county’s public health director... Read more »

County to No Longer Observe Columbus Day

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday became the latest municipal body to drop Christopher Columbus from favored status, voting to eliminate all... Read more »

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