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L.A. Moving In On Marijuana Regs

A Los Angeles City Council committee approved a draft of new regulations for the cannabis industry Monday amid concerns — which Council President Herb Wesson pledged... Read more »

DACA: Renew! Renew! Renew!

With just one week until the window closes for DACA recipients to renew expiring permits, immigrant rights groups, government and school officials and immigration... Read more »

Rescuers Work Without Rest In Mexico

Rescue workers continue to work around the clock without rest in search of people who may still be alive under the rubble of dozens of buildings collapsed by Tuesday’s... Read more »

Whittier Narrow Dam Unsafe: Nearby Communities at Risk

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has determined that the 60-year-old Whittier Narrows Dam is structurally unsafe and poses a potentially catastrophic risk to the... Read more »

School Board Chief Steps Aside

One week after being charged with perjury and other felonies for allegedly funneling $25,000 of his own money into his campaign by listing phony donors on a disclosure... Read more »

LAUSD to Pay $150 M to Resolve Lawsuit

The Los Angeles Unified School District will pay more than $150 million to 50 schools in primarily low-income areas to resolve a lawsuit accusing the district of... Read more »

Son of Famed ‘El Adobe’ Eatery Founders Skewered In Court Docs

The daughter of the late founders of the Hollywood landmark Lucy’s El Adobe Cafe alleges in court papers that her brother used their mother’s diminishing health... Read more »

Latin Jazz and Music Fest Returns to Sycamore Park

Now in its fourth consecutive year, the annual Latin Jazz and Music Festival returns to Sycamore Grove Park in Northeast Los Angeles this weekend for two days of... Read more »

State’s Plan For Exide Cleanup Continues to Draw Protests

The plan developed by state regulators to clean up the massive contamination left behind by a now defunct battery recycler in Vernon will leave too many people in... Read more »

City, County, State Take Up Fight to Defend DACA

The Trump administration’s decision to end DACA, the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals initiative, has sparked a whirlwind of activity at the city, county... Read more »

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