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Judge Blocks Trump’s Action on ‘Sanctuary Cities’

Mayor Eric Garcetti and leaders in the Los Angeles immigrant community hailed a federal judge’s ruling Tuesday blocking President Donald Trump’s executive order... Read more »

Prosecutors Seek Two-Year Prison Term for Baca

Prosecutors are seeking a two-year prison term for ex-Sheriff Lee Baca for conspiring to obstruct a federal grand jury investigation into civil rights abuses and... Read more »

Saturday Marks 25 Years Since L.A. Riots

With the 25th anniversary of the Los Angeles riots approaching, Mayor Eric Garcetti Tuesday compared the city to a climber halfway up a mountain, able to “look... Read more »

No. of Uninsured Latinos Persists, Despite Overall Decline

The percentage of adults in Los Angeles County without health insurance has declined to under one million, but disparities persist among low-income Latinos, according... Read more »

Organized ‘Resist’ance Planned for May Day Protest

Saying the aggressive tactics of President Donald Trump have united them, members of dozens of organizations said Tuesday they are joining forces for the annual... Read more »

Leader In Exide Fight Recognized

Growing up in a home full of activists, it wouldn’t be long before East Los Angeles native Mark Lopez took the streets himself to advocate for clean air in his... Read more »

Study Shows High-Salt Diet Decreases Thirst, Increases Hunger

When you eat salty food, you get thirsty and drink water. Right? Maybe in the short-term – but within 24 hours, you actually get less thirsty because your body... Read more »

To Get Out of the Red, City Considers Raising Taxes

MONTEBELLO – With no assets to sell or a voter-approved utility rate increase to generate more money, Montebello officials are now scrambling to figure out... Read more »

Gov. Brown Pardons Deported Veterans

California Gov. Jerry Brown took unprecedented action by pardoning three deported war veterans for crimes committed when they returned to civilian life, bringing... Read more »

It Wouldn’t Be a Holiday Without Friends of Salazar Park Giving Again

Not a holiday goes by without the Friends of Salazar Park (FSPS) senior volunteers reaching out to local needy families to make their celebration just a little more... Read more »

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