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City Council Declares Wage Theft Crisis in L.A.

Declaring a “wage theft crisis,” Los Angeles City Council members joined worker rights groups Tuesday in calling for renewed efforts to punish employers who... Read more »

Vernon Businesses Feel Sting of Balanced Budget

After years of financial instability the city of Vernon continues to slowly get its finances back in order, balancing its budget again this fiscal year. But the... Read more »

Beer, Wine Garden OK’d for MPK Night Markets

Monterey Park officials have approved the city’s first-ever beer and wine garden at a city park as part of the new MPK Night Market approved last month by the... Read more »

New Park Coming to York Boulevard

Hundreds of people gathered Saturday morning at a former empty lot on York Boulevard and Avenue 50 in Highland Park to witness the groundbreaking for a new park. The... Read more »

Congratulations Class of 2014!

(Montebello Unified School District ) Over 1,900 students from Bell Gardens, Montebello and Schurr High School lined up to receive their high school diploma last... Read more »

Supreme Court Ruling Bans Cellphone Searches

Wednesday’s ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court that police must obtain a search warrant before searching the contents of smartphones seized from suspects will affect... Read more »

Montebello Rail Meeting Gets Tense

Montebello residents grew impatient last week during an open house meeting on a controversial railway project that has been “on the books” for more than a decade. A... Read more »

Northeast L.A. Bike Lane Meeting Draws Complaints

Hundreds of people attended a community meeting in Northeast Los Angeles last week to weigh in on the different options being considered for bike lanes on North... Read more »

Reward Offered In Ramona Gardens Firebombing

A $100,000 reward was announced Wednesday for information leading the perpetrators of a firebomb attack that targeted four families in the Ramona Gardens housing... Read more »

Bell Gardens Turns Deficit to Surplus

After a year of cuts to staff, citywide events and expenses, the city of Bell Gardens has turned a $1.1 million deficit into a $293,000 surplus. The city manager,... Read more »

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