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Minimum Wage Hike Would Cut County’s ‘Safety Net’ Costs

The City of Los Angeles last month voted to increase its minimum wage to $15 by 2020. Now the County Board of Supervisors is being asked to raise the minimum wage... Read more »

Vons, Pavilions Recall Frozen Chicken

Three types of frozen chicken entrees may be contaminated with salmonella, and are being recalled by the company that owns Vons and Pavilions supermarkets in Southern... Read more »

Attackers Killed in Montebello Shootout Identified

The coroner’s office Monday released the names of the? two attackers killed in a shootout with a Montebello store owner. They were 23-year-old Kevin Fierro of... Read more »

Montebello Gang Members Convicted of Murder

Three gang members convicted of the murder of a 19-year-old man playing basketball in a Montebello Park in 2010 were each sentenced Monday to 50 years to life in... Read more »

East L.A. Funeral Home Sued

The family of an 89-year-old woman who was interred in the wrong resting place sued an East Los Angeles funeral home last week. The relatives of Maria Mercedes Solorio... Read more »

MAOF to Help Low-Income Seniors Secure Food Benefits

The Mexican American Opportunity Foundation (MAOF) is partnering with the National Council on Aging (NCOA) to assist seniors in applying for Supplemental Nutrition... Read more »

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 »

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