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Election Could ‘Shake Up’ Commerce City Council

A contentious election that had candidates accusing each other of spreading misleading information and engaging in dirty campaign tactics appears to have ended with... Read more »

Gomez to Represent 34th in U.S. Congress

Assemblyman Jimmy Gomez will be sworn in as a member of the House of Representatives later this month after defeating public interest attorney and fellow Democrat... Read more »

County Breaks Ground On New Mental Health and Wellness Center

LINCOLN HEIGHTS – Jessie Cho for years suffered from depression, abusing drugs until she finally got help at the Northeast Mental Health Center in Highland Park.... Read more »

City Provides Safe Place to Close Online Deals

BELL GARDENS – With more people flocking to the Internet to buy or sell their things to strangers, the city of Bell Gardens is now offering a safe location to... Read more »

Homelessness Jumps in City, County of L.A.

Homelessness in the city of Los Angeles jumped by 20 percent over the last year while the county saw a spike of 23 percent, according to the results of the 2017... Read more »

Montebello Remembers Military Sacrifice

Hundreds of people turned out Monday for Montebello’s annual Memorial Day Ceremony at the city’s Veterans Memorial Monument. The event, which paid homage to... Read more »

Millions Of Ill People May Face ‘Extremely High Premiums’ Under House Bill, CBO Says

The Republican overhaul of the federal health law passed by the House this month would result in slightly lower premiums and slightly fewer uninsured Americans... Read more »

Atwater – Griffith Park Bridge Moves Forward

A long-planned bridge over the Los Angeles River between Griffith Park and Atwater Village for use by pedestrians, equestrians and bicyclists looks like it may finally... Read more »

Metro to Expand Bike Share Program in July

Metro’s bike share program will expand to Pasadena on July 14 and the Port of Los Angeles on July 31, the agency announced. The expansion has been in the works... Read more »

Six-Years Later, Familial DNA Used to Find Killer of Teen, Young Woman

Nearly six years have passed since the rape and killings of a teenage girl and young woman in Lincoln Heights sparked fear that a serial killer could be on the loose. Pleas... Read more »

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