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Montebello Credits Focus on Gangs for Drop In Homicides

Estando a la mitad del año y de acuerdo a los datos de criminalidad de la ciudad, Montebello está experimentando un número récord de homicidios. Si bien eso... Read more »

Crowd Lambasts Beck to LAPD Commission

Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck sat motionless as speaker after speaker criticized his job as the city’s top cop during a meeting of the city’s police... Read more »

Protest Calls for Obama to ‘Back Away’ from Deporting Children

Calling it a “humanitarian crisis,” a group of immigrant rights activists on Monday called on the U.S. to stop “traumatizing and further damaging the already... Read more »

Montebello Credits Focus on Gangs for Drop In Homicides

It’s halfway through the year and according to the city’s crime data, Montebello is experiencing a record low number of homicides. While that’s good news to... Read more »

Remembering Those Reusable Bags Takes Time

Every time Josefina Gonzalez walks into her local grocery store, it takes a minute or two for her to remember that she has again forgotten her reusable grocery bags... Read more »

Child Immigration Crisis Cries Out for Humane Response

Regardless of what President Obama or Speaker Boehner do to curb the influx of children crossing into the country illegally, some will be believe it’s not enough,... Read more »

Speech in the Digital Age

Representative Spencer Bachus stands out among conservatives. Representing Alabama’s 6th district, he’s built his political reputation as a supporter of fiscal... Read more »

Remembering Bobby Castillo, Dodger Pitcher & Legend

Bobby Castillo was a great player, for his team and in his community. Sadly, he died to soon, losing his fight against cancer June 30 at the age of 59. The right-handed... Read more »

Violent Crime Up in L.A: But Crime Is Down Overall

Violent crime in Los Angeles was up 2.9 percent during the first half of the year, compared with the same period last year, with aggravated assaults up 12 percent,... Read more »

Activists Call on Sheriff to Follow LAPD Lead on ICE Holds

Immigrant-rights activists, capitalizing on a policy change announced by the Los Angeles Police Department, called on the county Sheriff’s Department Tuesday to... Read more »

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