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Mexico Native Wins NASCAR Xfinity Championship

Daniel Suarez became the first foreign-born NASCAR driver to win the Xfinity Championship series Sunday after leading in the standings throughout the season. Suarez... Read more »

Bell Gardens Mayor to Simultaneously Serve on Water Board

Bell Gardens Mayor Pedro Aceituno will soon be sitting behind two different daises, simultaneously serving on the city council and the Central Basin Municipal Water... Read more »

Officials Urge SoCal to Prepare for ‘Big One’

Being a resident of California means living in “earthquake country.” When it comes to the highly anticipated “Big One,” experts say it’s not a matter of... Read more »

Eastside Students Walkout, Hold Unity Rally in DTLA

“People united, will never be divided,” words that echoed loudly through the streets of Los Angeles Monday as thousands of LAUSD students staged a walkout and... Read more »

Commerce Resident Helps Save Man from Burning Car

When Jason Stinnett discovered a man trapped in a truck engulfed in flames on the I-5 Freeway, the longtime Commerce resident did not think twice before springing... Read more »

Trump Will Get No Help Deporting Immigrants from LAPD, Says Police Chief

The Los Angeles Police Department will not actively help federal officials apprehend immigrants who are in the country illegally and are “low-level offenders,”... Read more »

Hate Crimes Are Up — But the Government Isn’t Keeping Good Track of Them

In 2015, the authorities in California documented 837 hate-crime incidents, charting a surge in offenses motivated by religious intolerance toward Muslims and Jews,... Read more »

For Trump, It’s Time for “NAFTA 2.0”

New America Media – On September 6, 2001 Mexican president Vicente Fox addressed a joint session of Congress in the nation’s capital. George W. Bush promised... Read more »

Lincoln Heights Volunteer Recognized by L.A. Rams

A longtime St. Vincent de Paul volunteer has been recognized by the Los Angeles Rams for her leadership, dedication and a commitment to improving Los Angeles. Claire... Read more »

‘Racial Profiling’ Happens, But Not Rampant, Says L.A. Police Chief

Addressing critics who say racial profiling is still a significant problem for the police department, Chief Charlie Beck said Tuesday that while he believes bias... Read more »

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