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East L.A. Parade Makes High Stepping Comeback

The drum rolls, horns blowing and cheers could be heard blocks away as a popular East Los Angeles tradition made its big comeback Sunday. (City of Commerce) Nearly... Read more »

Commerce Considers Impacts of Gold Line Eastside Extension

For more than a year, Metro officials have been conducting technical studies to fine-tune two proposed alternatives for Phase 2 of the Gold Line Eastside Extension,... Read more »

California Braces For Medi-Cal’s Future Under Trump And The GOP

California Healthline – California grabbed the first opportunity to expand Medicaid and ran with it, helping cut the number of uninsured people in half in a few... Read more »

Could Legalizing Pot Diminish California’s Gains Against Smoking?

California Healthline – California’s decision to legalize marijuana was touted as a victory for those who had argued that the state needed a system to decriminalize,... Read more »

Los Angeles Moves on Sidewalk Repairs

The Los Angeles City Council set into motion Wednesday the initial stages of a $1.4 billion plan to repair a backlog of broken sidewalks that will allow the city... Read more »

Cuba: Now That Fidel is Gone, What Comes Next?

New America Media – Fidel Castro, El Comandante of the Cuban Revolution, died Friday, November 25, three days before American, Delta, Frontier, JetBlue, Southwest,... Read more »

Authorities Search for Armed Robbery Suspects

Sheriff’s detectives Monday continued investigating an armed robbery in East Los Angeles that led to a crash and one of several suspects being arrested. The robbery... Read more »

Vernon Planning Utility Rate Increase

Vernon residents and businesses could soon see an increase in their utility bills under a proposed tax measure that could go before voters in April. Business owners... Read more »

Wife of Slain Bell Gardens Mayors Pleads Guilty to Voluntary Manslaughter

The wife of slain Bell Gardens Mayor Daniel Crespo pleaded guilty Wednesday to voluntary manslaughter for shooting him three times in their home just over two years... Read more »

Ruben Salazar Park Keeps Thanksgiving Tradition Alive

Hundreds of families received a free traditional Thanksgiving meal with all the trimmings Saturday at the Annual Thanksgiving Dinner and Celebration at Salazar Park... Read more »

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