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Gas Line Damaged in Commerce

Repairs were completed in 24-hours on an 8-inch gas line that was damaged by a work crew in Commerce, authorities said Monday. A work crew using excavation equipment... Read more »

LAPD Northeast Station Evacuated

The LAPD’s Northeast Station was evacuated Friday after a “suspicious item” was found in front of the building. A bomb squad was sent to the station at 3353... Read more »

Public Blasts DTSC at State Committee Hearing

When the Assembly Committee on Environmental Safety and Toxic Materials first held a hearing on the decontamination of the now shuttered Exide Technologies facility,... Read more »

County Sups. React to Orlando Shooting

The Board of Supervisors observed a moment of silence Tuesday for victims of the Orlando shooting and their families, and urged county residents to continue to fight... Read more »

Staying Fresh at the Farmers Market

(Photo by Steve Weingarten) It hasn’t always been easy but the Lincoln Heights Certified Farmers Market has made it through its first year and is now offering... Read more »

East Yard to Honor Leadership and Activism

East Yard Communities for Environmental Justice will host its third annual fundraising event honoring leadership and activism June 23 at Tamayo’s Restaurant &... Read more »

King Outlines Steps to Better Schools

Education, prevention and intervention are three of the most important components to improving schools with high needs in the Los Angeles Unified School District... Read more »

White Memorial Debuts Free Health Video Library

Access to quality health information just got easier, and perhaps more engaging with the opening of White Memorial Medical Center (WMMC) very own Community Health... Read more »

Firefighters Squelch Maywood Warehouse Fire

An explosive fire at a Maywood warehouse that caused about 300 residents to evacuate their homes was essentially extinguished Wednesday, but crews were still working... Read more »

More Dining Options For Workers in Vernon

When lunch hour hits in Vernon, the more than 50,000 men and women who report to work at one of the city’s 1,800 businesses have only about a dozen or so eateries... Read more »

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