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Street Vendors Protest Police ‘Harassment’

Street vendors and their supporters staged protest outside Los Angeles Police Department headquarters Tuesday, alleging a rise in harassment by police even as city... Read more »

L.A. Women Still Earn Less Than Men

Many women living in the city of Los Angeles earn a wage that roughly equals 84 cents for every dollar their male counterparts earn, according to a report released... Read more »

Beverly Hospital Names New President, CEO

Montebello-based Beverly Hospital’s Interim Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Alice Cheng, has been appointed president and CEO. Cheng has held the interim position... Read more »

Stepping In When Tragedy Strikes

Maria Leandra Reyes fought to hold back tears as she recalled the tragic death of her good friend Jesus Valderrama and her recent search for his relatives. Valderrama,... Read more »

Garcia Calls For More Women In Power

At an event recognizing women making a difference in their communities, Assemblymember Cristina Garcia praised the work these women are doing in her district, and... Read more »

Remembering Our Heroes

U.S. Congressional Medal of Honor recipients were remembered Wednesday at a ceremony at El Pueblo Historical Monument in Downtown Los Angeles. Veterans, representing... Read more »

Benefits of Minimum Wage Hike Debated

Economists sparred Tuesday over the effects of a proposal to raise the minimum wage to as high as $15.25 per hour in Los Angeles during a city council committee... Read more »

Local Women Recognized for Service

For nearly three decades, legislators across the state of California have been recognizing women who have made a difference in their district. Last Friday, Assemblywomen... Read more »

Metro to Raise Security on Buses

Surveillance cameras, hard plastic barriers and other measures are being rolled out on Metro buses to protect drivers against assaults, transit officials announced... Read more »

Highland Park Neighborhood Council Supports El Super Boycott

The Historic Highland Park Neighborhood Council (HHPNC) approved a resolution March 19 supporting a union-backed consumer boycott of the El Super grocery chain,... Read more »

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