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Aggressive Campaign to Find Hit-And-Run Suspects

Angelenos will be asked to keep an eye out for hit-and-run drivers under an alert program being rolled out by Los Angeles city officials Tuesday. The alerts –... Read more »

New Traffic Signal at Busy Intersection in Lincoln Heights

A new traffic light installed at the intersection of North Broadway and Hancock in Lincoln Heights will make the area safer for pedestrians, Los Angeles Councilman... Read more »

City Council Rejects Proposal to Switch Greek Theatre Operator

The Los Angeles City Council rejected a proposal Wednesday for Live Nation to take over operation of the Greek Theatre and suggested instead that the city seek new... Read more »

Garcetti Sees Progress in Labor Negotiations

Even as city workers rallied at job sites around the city to protest what they call cuts to municipal services, Mayor Eric Garcetti insisted Tuesday there has been... Read more »

Commerce Council Candidates ‘Face Off’

A few dozen people showed up at Commerce City Hall Monday for a debate between the six candidates vying for two non-partisan, citywide council seats in the March... Read more »

Montebello Hills: Decades In the Waiting

Oil crickets dot the brush-covered hills where the California gnatcatcher, a tiny bird on the U.S. threatened species list makes its home. Metal fencing keeps outsiders... Read more »

County Voters Support Wage Hike

A majority of Los Angeles County voters are in favor of raising the minimum hourly wage to $15.25 and requiring employers to offer paid sick leave, according to... Read more »

Lead Blood Testing Extended for Residents Near Exide

Since hearing that elevated levels of lead were found in soil at Salazar Park in unincorporated East Los Angeles, Reina Rodriguez says she rarely takes her 4-year... Read more »

Measles Outbreak Renews Calls to Vaccinate Children

Los Angeles County’s interim health officer urged residents Wednesday to ensure they are vaccinated for measles, and assured parents that vaccinating their children... Read more »

Cost to Defend County Near $100 Million

Legal claims against the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department accounted for more than 40 percent of the $95.6 million spent on the county’s legal battles... Read more »

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