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County Considers Lawsuit Against Exide

Resurrection Church in Boyle Heights, ground zero in the fight to shut down embattled Exide Technologies in Vernon, was jammed-packed Monday with residents who were... Read more »

Roosevelt and Garfield Face Off Friday at 80th East L.A. Classic

Garfield High School is riding a seven-game winning streak and looking to finish a perfect 6-0 run through the Eastern League, but standing in the Bulldogs’ path... Read more »

Upgrades Slated for L.A. WorkSource Centers

A $36 million makeover of the city’s workforce development program should help job seekers find jobs, Mayor Eric Garcetti said Wednesday. “By refocusing efforts,... Read more »

The ‘Moustache’ Spreads Awareness

City of Commerce Councilman Ivan Altamirano came close to backing out of introducing a “hair raising” resolution to the city council last month. His main concern... Read more »

Once Hated Water Project Now Being Praised

A regional water pipeline project that years ago angered officials in some cities for “raising water rates” is now being hailed as a vital resource during the... Read more »

Insurance Commissioner Left Without Bully Pulpit on Health Insurance

The defeat of Proposition 45 was not unexpected given the intense and expensive campaign to defeat it waged by the health insurance industry. Prop. 45 opponents... Read more »

What Would the Founders Do?

The soldiers who fought the Revolutionary War were our first veterans, the only cohort of U.S. warriors who took up arms to create rather than defend a country. If... Read more »

A Difficult Season

My brother would have turned 29 the other day. Thus begins the season of difficult anniversaries. Six years ago, my baby bro turned 23. It was 2008, a week before... Read more »

Lack of Port Agreement a Threat to Christmas and the New Year

A quiet, behind the scenes negotiation has been taking place for many months between the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) and the Pacific Maritime... Read more »

Man Was Sane When He Killed His Wife

A jury Wednesday found that a 75-year-old man convicted of strangling his 63-year-old wife in a senior citizens complex in Montebello was sane at the time of the... Read more »

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