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San Gabriel Mountains’ Monument Status In Danger

Democratic elected officials and activists gathered Tuesday in support of the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument, expressing concern that the 346,000-acre expanse... Read more »

Eclipse: A ‘Wow’ Moment for Young and Old

From rooftops, open fields, street corners and office windows, Angelenos turned their eyes to the sky today to catch a glimpse of the first solar eclipse visible... Read more »

Accused Killer of Whittier Police Officer Pleads Not Guilty

An admitted gang member accused of killing his cousin in East Los Angeles and then opening fire on two Whittier police officers, killing one and wounding the other,... Read more »

Former Nonprofit Execs Plead Guilty to Embezzling Millions

Three former executives of a once highly respected nonprofit group that provided counseling, job-training and placement to the homeless, unemployed and victims of... Read more »

City Atty. Blasts Council Panel’s Action on Housing

City Attorney Mike Feuer issued a rare rebuke of some of his elected colleagues in Los Angeles Wednesday, decrying a City Council committee action that could lead... Read more »

Viewing ‘The Great American Eclipse’

Angelenos may not be able to see the first full Solar Eclipse of the Sun visible in the United States since 1979, but that’s not stopping them from getting in... Read more »

Proposals for Old City Jail Include Mix of Housing and Retail

Close to 200 people attended a community meeting last Thursday to hear presentations from the three finalists hoping to win city approval for their vision to bring... Read more »

Time to Pass the Torch

In 1979, when I assumed ownership of the Eastside newspaper chain founded in 1945 by Joseph Kovner, I was unaware Eastern Group Publications (EGP) would become a... Read more »

East L.A. Residents Fear Losing Homes to I-710 Project

A proposed plan to widen and make renovations to a segment of the I-710 (Long Beach Freeway) in the heart of East Los Angeles could end up costing families their... Read more »

Dolores Mission Breaks Ground on Expansion

Dolores Mission on Gless Street in Boyle Heights is more than just a church and elementary school, it’s a long time institution that serves as a center of community... Read more »

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