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Being Close to Power Inspires Latino Interns to Do More

Mundane tasks like making copies, getting coffee and sending emails may be what some college students remember most about their summer internships, but for Jonathan... Read more »

What’s Your ‘I Love the Eastside’ Story?

As Jennifer Maldonado walks down a street in El Sereno, the smell of cinnamon wafting from El Aguila Bakery on Huntington Drive reminds her of her childhood. It... Read more »

Assault Suspect Growing More Violent

Los Angeles police are asking for the public’s help in identifying a man they believe has assaulted at least three women at Ernest Debs Park in Montecito Heights... Read more »

Confidential Discussions Are Key to Improving Teen Health Visits

Teens who have the option to privately and confidentially discuss health concerns with their doctor are more likely to talk about reproductive health, mental health,... Read more »

City and County Collaborate to Provide Services to Homeless

County, health and law enforcement representatives joined Councilmember Jose Huizar CD-14 on Tuesday to announce the launching of a “first-of-its kind” city... Read more »

For New Grads, Depression After the Diploma

New America Media–For Dolaphine Kwok, the euphoria of graduating from college was quickly replaced by a growing unease about the road ahead. “You just feel scared.... Read more »

County Supervisors Reject Civilian Oversight of Jails

On a 3-2 vote, the Board of Supervisors Tuesday rejected a proposal to create a permanent civilian oversight commission for the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department,... Read more »

‘Poison’ Warning Issued On Some Skin Creams from Mexico

Mercury poisoning has been associated with some unlabeled and hand-labeled skin creams from Mexico, prompting state health officials to warn consumers to avoid the... Read more »

Cut Crime by Cutting Liquor Sales

National Night Out’s call “to take back the streets” should be a year-round goal, not just another one-day proclamation, according to some of the people living... Read more »

20 Million Gallons Later, Councilmen Want Answers from DWP

A pair of Los Angeles City Council members introduced a motion Wednesday calling for a report from the Department of Water and Power on the water main rupture Tuesday... Read more »

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