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Commerce Called ‘Clean Air Hero’

A City of Commerce initiative to encourage economic vitality without risking public health and damaging air quality was recognized by the South Coast Air Quality... Read more »

Filling Vacant Vernon Council Seat Could Be a Challenge

Friends and community members filled Vernon’s city council chambers Tuesday for a special presentation honoring Councilmember Michael A. Ybarra who died unexpectedly... Read more »

Monterey Park Prepares for Pet License Canvassing

Monterey Park pet owners are being encouraged to license their dogs in advance of a new service contract with Los Angeles County that could bring door-to-door pet... Read more »

Bell Gardens Must Fill Crespo’s Council Seat

The sudden death of Mayor Daniel Crespo could add thousands of dollars in unanticipated expenses to Bell Gardens’ budget. According to City Manager Philip Wagner... Read more »

Walmart Hiring Holiday Workers

Expecting to see a 2%-3% increase in sales over last year, retailers are already gearing up for the holiday shopping season, including Walmart, which recently announced... Read more »

L.A. County Health Officials Prepared To Protect Against Ebola Virus

Local health officials told the Board of Supervisors Tuesday that they are fully prepared to protect Los Angeles County residents from the Ebola virus, but do not... Read more »

Asking Parents Smart Questions Can Help Obese Kids Lose Weight

Preventing childhood obesity may begin at home, but there’s plenty nurses can do to help parents embrace healthy lifestyle choices, says Rita John, DNP, EdD, CPNP-PC,... Read more »

One Year Later: Count Down to Driver’s Licenses for Undocumented

Immigrant advocacy groups gathered outside Los Angeles City Hall last week to celebrate the one-year anniversary of the signing of a state bill allowing undocumented... Read more »

Montebello Police K9 Receive Bullet Proof Vests

Montebello Police K9 Cody (City of Montebello)   Montebello K9 Ari. (City of Montebello) A nonprofit organization dedicated to providing bullet and stab protective... Read more »

Non-Citizens Face Harsher Sentencing Than Citizens in U.S. Criminal Courts

Washington, DC— Non-Americans in the U.S. federal court system are more likely to be sentenced to prison and for longer terms compared to U.S. citizens, according... Read more »

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