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LAUSD Board President Charged With Campaign Fraud

The president of the Los Angeles Unified School District Board of Education and his cousin were charged Wednesday with more than two dozen criminal counts for allegedly... Read more »

Petition Launched to Pressure D.A. to Prosecute Police Shootings

The families of Los Angeles residents fatally shot by law enforcement officers joined Black Lives Matter organizers Monday outside the downtown Hall of Justice to... Read more »

New Exhibit Captures Latinos’ Timeless Spirit

Los Angeles City Hall plays a supportive role in a exhibit of Rick Ortega’s art opening this weekend at the ChimMaya Gallery in East Los Angeles. It’s a fitting... Read more »

Dems, Trump Discuss Deal to Protect ‘Dreamers’

WASHINGTON – Democratic leaders in Congress said following a Wednesday night meeting with President Donald Trump that they have agreed to work together to provide... Read more »

LAUSD Board President and Cousin Charged With Campaign Fraud

Ref Rodriguez, president of the Los Angeles Unified School District Board of Education, was charged today with conspiracy, perjury and other counts for allegedly... Read more »

UC Sues Trump Administration Over DACA Repeal

The University of California on Friday filed a federal lawsuit against the Trump administration for allegedly violating the constitutional rights of the college... Read more »

Resolution Seeks to Officially Declare Los Angeles a ‘City of Sanctuary’

Two City Council members introduced a resolution today seeking to brand Los Angeles a “city of sanctuary” dedicated to “protecting the human rights of all... Read more »

State and Local Education Officials Urge DACA Students to Stay In School

Local and statewide education officials Tuesday denounced plans to phase out the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, and sought to reassure beneficiaries... Read more »

CHP Officer Fatally Shoots ‘Aggressive’ Man

A man who walked into the Ronald Reagan State Building in downtown Los Angeles with a bag over his hands and began ordering people to get on the ground was fatally... Read more »

City Sues Elderly Owner of ‘Nuisance’ Triplex

BOYLE HEIGHTS – The City Attorney’s Office filed a lawsuit Wednesday against the 88-year-old owner of a Boyle Heights triplex and her grandson, alleging... Read more »

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