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Why We Need $50,000 Traffic Tickets

All of us would like to live in a world where people always do the right thing — without anybody looking over their shoulder. But that world doesn’t exist and... Read more »

PETA’s Cruel and Unusual Crush

The provocative animal rights group PETA famously despises cages. Press statements from the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals have described birdcages... Read more »

Montebello Hills Decision Delayed Again

A highly anticipated decision on a controversial project on the books for decades, which would bring a 488-acre residential project to the privately-owned undeveloped... Read more »

Charter Blocked to Make Room for Wellness Center

The battle over charter school expansion was recently front and center at Roosevelt high School in Boyle Heights, where students, parents and anti-charter school... Read more »

Task Force on New Americans Highlights Importance of Immigrant Media

New America Media – When President Obama announced his executive actions on Nov. 20, the two most controversial programs got the most attention. The expansion... Read more »

L.A. Council to Review Renter Protection Proposals

The Los Angeles City Council ordered reports Wednesday on two proposals aimed at protecting tenants of the city’s 650,000 rent-controlled units from being unfairly... Read more »

Los Angeles and ‘Waze’ to Share Info

Alerts about hit-and-runs and kidnappings in Los Angeles will be popping up soon on the traffic app Waze, along with road closure information, as part of a data-sharing... Read more »

Officer’s Acts ‘Criminal,’ Says L.A.’s Police Chief

Los Angeles Police Department Chief Charlie Beck said Tuesday he believes an officer charged with using excessive force during an October arrest committed a “criminal... Read more »

Community Calendar: April 22, 2015 – April 29, 2015

Today. Thursday, April 23  7pm—The Wall Las Memorias Northeast LA Community Health Forum at All Saints Episcopal Church Highland Park. Panel of medical researchers... Read more »

Los Angeles Unified Approves Teacher’s Contract

Los Angeles Unified School District board voted unanimously Tuesday in support of a three-year contract with teachers that provides roughly 10.4 percent in salary... Read more »

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