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Two Teens Shot at CSULA

 Two males, one 14 and the other 18, were shot and wounded in a parking lot at Cal State Los Angeles Sunday. Teens inside a van that made its way through an area... Read more »

L.A. Sanitation Workers Off the Job

About 60 percent of 500 Los Angeles sanitation workers failed to show up for work Wednesday in a planned job action, leaving a diminished crew to make the trash... Read more »

Satellite Building & Safety Office Opens in Boyle Heights

 A new Building and Safety satellite field office was opened in Boyle Heights. Councilman Jose Huizar said his office worked to make inspectors more accessible... Read more »

Big Rig Accident Closes 5-Freeway

 An injury accident involving two big rigs and a number of other vehicles closed down the Golden State (5) Freeway in East Los Angeles early Wednesday. The collision... Read more »

Monterey Park Motorcycle Officer Injured

A Monterey Park police motorcycle officer was injured Monday in a traffic crash, police said. The crash occurred at Atlantic Boulevard and El Repetto Drive about... Read more »

Students, Parents: Rate LAUSD Schools

Parents, students and school staff will be rating the Los Angeles Unified School District through a new a new poll that will help evaluate the quality of their school.  The... Read more »

LA Zoo Contest to Name Baby Kangaroo Kicks Off

 There’s a new baby kangaroo at the Los Angeles Zoo, and visitors have a chance to name it, zoo officials said Wednesday. Visitors to the zoo between now and... Read more »

State Supreme Court Won’t Review Case of Man Convicted of Murdering His Mother

The California Supreme Court refused Wednesday to review the case against a man convicted of murdering his mother, whose butchered remains were found in a freezer... Read more »

Montebello PD Search for Suspect of Attempted Assault

Police  circulated an image of a man Friday, suspected of trying to sexually assault a female he met at a bus stop in Montebello. The victim was waiting for a... Read more »

BREAKING: Governor, State Officials Announce Drought-Relief Legislation

In the face of a continuing drought, Gov. Jerry Brown and legislative leaders introduced emergency drought legislation Thursday aimed at expediting $1 billion in... Read more »

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