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Vernon Ranked Among CA’s Most ‘Distressed Cities’

Citing Vernon’s ongoing budget deficit, debt obligation, pension contributions, unemployment rate, and property values, a recent report ranked Vernon as one of... Read more »

Ex-Sheriff Baca Convicted in Federal Corruption Retrial

Former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca was convicted Wednesday of three federal charges for orchestrating a scheme to thwart an FBI investigation into inmate... Read more »

City Moves to Oust Councilwoman Who ‘Abandoned’ Seat

The years of finger pointing and shouting matches that seemed to be a thing of the past in Bell Gardens returned with a vengeance Monday to the southeast city where... Read more »

LAPD, Sheriff’s Take the Field for Charity

Los Angeles Police Department Centurions’ quarterback Gustavo Viramontes breaks into the open field in Saturday’s 911 Charity Bowl at East Los Angeles... Read more »

Veterans Park Remains Closed for Lead Abatement

Fearing residents could be exposed to unsafe levels of lead, a park in Commerce has been closed until the city can assess the impact recent heavy rains have had... Read more »

Local Businessman Remembered as ‘Force of Nature’

A former eastside grocer and state athletic director who went on to own one of the region’s most successful beer and beverage distributors will be laid to rest... Read more »

When You Don’t Speak The Same Language As Your Child’s Doctor

When Margarita Ruiz takes her children to the doctor’s office, she has no choice but to trust that nurses and front desk staff are translating medical orders accurately.... Read more »

Union Workers Target Cupchoy, Cardenas for Recall

For years, the Montebello Unified School District was where you wanted to be if you worked in the K-12 education. Employee morale had remained fairly high during... Read more »

GOP Health Proposal Would Upend Consumers’ Cost Calculations In California

For better or worse, Californians who aren’t insured through their employers could see major changes in their health insurance costs under a Republican replacement... Read more »

Few Voters Decide Big Issues

Turnout was expected to be low for Tuesday’s Los Angeles County elections. And it was. Unofficial figures released early Wednesday put the turnout figure at 11.29... Read more »

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