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Sups. Adjourn in Memory of Edelman

Flags at county buildings were lowered to half-staff Tuesday afternoon in honor of former Los Angeles County Supervisor Edmund D. Edelman, and will remain that way... Read more »

Nightingale Students On the Road to USC

Students at Nightingale Middle School in Cypress Park could get a full-ride scholarship to the University of Southern California if they successfully complete a... Read more »

Tom Calderon Sentenced to Federal Prison, Electric Monitoring

Former Montebello-area Assemblyman Tom Calderon was sentenced today to a 10-month split sentence of federal prison and electronic monitoring for helping conceal... Read more »

Candidates Hope to ‘Change’ Central Basin

The Central Basin Municipal Water District is a public agency, with an elected board that sets policy and oversee its operations, the main purpose of which is to... Read more »

L.A. Approves Fee on Developers for Parks

Apartment developers, who typically construct the majority of residential units in Los Angeles, will join condominium builders in paying into the city’s park fund,... Read more »

Controversial Bills Cutting Green House Gas Emissions to be Signed

Governor Jerry Brown will visit Los Angeles today to sign into law legislation that dramatically extends the state’s goals for reducing greenhouse gas emissions. At... Read more »

County Backs City Housing Bond on 3-0 Vote

County supervisors went on record Tuesday in favor of a City of Los Angeles bond measure that would generate $1.2 billion to fund the construction of affordable... Read more »

LAX Shooter Pleads Guilty to Murder

A man who opened fire inside a Los Angeles International Airport terminal in 2013, killing a Transportation Security Administration officer and wounding three other... Read more »

Feds’ Sanctions Force Closure of ITT Technical Institutes

ITT Technical Institutes announced Tuesday that it is ceasing operations following a ruling by the U.S Department of Education barring it from accepting new students... Read more »

Victim’s Family Awarded $45M

A jury has awarded $45 million in damages to the four children of one of two women killed when an intoxicated driver being chased by the CHP crashed into a crowd... Read more »

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