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House Leaders Came Up Short In Effort To Kill Obamacare

Despite days of intense negotiations and last-minute concessions to win over wavering GOP conservatives and moderates, House Republican leaders last Friday failed... Read more »

Empowering Young Latinas by Example

Growing up in East Los Angeles, Leticia Mendoza had teachers who encouraged her to follow her dreams; today, she is trying to do the same for young Latinas living... Read more »

Superman Surprises Commerce Child

The Commerce City Council meeting Tuesday began like any other meeting, but quickly turned into something straight out of a comic book, when Superman dropped in... Read more »

Another Pet Attacked by Coyote in Commerce

For the second time in two weeks, a small pet has been attacked by a coyote in Commerce. The lastest attack occurred Monday around 6 p.m. in a resedential area near... Read more »

L.A. Expands Special Order 40 to Other Agencies, Departments

The City Council unanimously approved a resolution Wednesday in support of federal legislation that would ensure individuals being held or detained at a port of... Read more »

The First Brick in the Wall

President Donald Trump’s administration announced a $600 million bidding contest late Friday night to kick off construction of The Wall, a towering physical barrier... Read more »

Cedillo, Bray-Ali to Face Off in May 16 Runoff

About 140 votes shy of what he needed for an outright victory, incumbent City Councilman Gil Cedillo will now face challenger Joe Bray-Ali in a May runoff for his... Read more »

Activists Announce L.A. May Day March

The May Day Coalition of Los Angeles, a network of nearly 60 organizations from throughout Southern California, expects thousands of protesters to take to downtown’s... Read more »

California Estimates It Would Lose $24 Billion By Decade’s End Under GOP Health Plan

California would lose $24.3 billion in federal funding by 2027 for low-income health coverage under the current Republican plan to replace the Affordable Care Act,... Read more »

Teachers Make a Difference, Says MUSD Community

Cuts to teaching positions were supposed to be minimal, so when news broke last week that 235 Montebello Unified teachers had received layoff notices it sent shock... Read more »

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