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Proposed Retail Center Splits Commerce

A proposal to build a retail complex that could include a big box type retail store on Washington Boulevard near the 710 Long Beach Freeway in the City of Commerce... Read more »

Gov. Brown Signs Legislation to Raise Minimum Wage in California

In front of a boisterous downtown Los Angeles crowd of legislater, union leaders and workers who have been fighting for increased salaries, Gov. Jerry Brown signed... Read more »

‘Shelter’ Story of Survival Comes to Outdoor Stage

Seven teenagers hold tight to their dreams of a better life as they travel on “la bestia,” a notorious cargo train that runs from Southern to Northern Mexico... Read more »

Jazmin Diaz Crowned Miss Commerce 2016

Hundreds of people watched as 20-year old Jazmin Diaz was crowned as Miss Commerce 2016 during the 56th annual Miss Commerce Pageant Saturday at the Commerce Hotel... Read more »

L.A. County Sets Up Strike Team to Oversee Oil Wells

The Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Tuesday to set up a “strike team” to ensure that oil and gas wells in unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County are... Read more »

L.A. to Spend $30M Annually on Sidewalks

The Los Angeles City Council approved a comprehensive sidewalk repair plan Tuesday that calls for spending about $30 million a year for the next three decades to... Read more »

Voters Could Be Asked to Raise Sales Tax to Fund Transit Projects

County Metropolitan Transportation Authority officials have unveiled details of a proposed ballot initiative calling for increasing the sales tax by a half-cent... Read more »

L.A. Law Will Allow Homeless to Keep Belongings

The Los Angeles City Council Wednesday tentatively approved revisions to a law that prohibits the storage of property in public areas such as sidewalks, making it... Read more »

Latinos: A Growing Economic Force In L.A. County

So many companies told us that opening a location in our city would never pencil out, recalled South Gate Mayor Jorge Morales. “Now they are calling us back looking... Read more »

Gold Line Extension ‘Divides’ Eastside

Variations in the plan to extend Metro’s Gold Line Light Rail down two of the busiest streets in East Los Angeles would further divide a community that has for... Read more »

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