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SoCal Parishes to be Used As Emergency Shelters

Many Southland Catholic parish halls and school gyms will be available for use as shelters during emergencies under an agreement announced Monday between the Archdiocese... Read more »

Man Pleads in Hit-and-Run Death of Bicyclist

A 21-year-old Los Angeles man pleaded no contest Monday to gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated for a crash that killed a bicyclist who was in a marked... Read more »

Cheerios Recalls Gluten Free Cereal

General Mills announced Monday a voluntary recall of certain lots of Cheerios and Honey Nut Cheerios cereal produced at its plant in California’s Central Valley... Read more »

Man Charged With Murder in Montebello Shooting

A man accused of killing another man who had arranged to sell the suspect a $2,000 gold necklace in Montebello was charged Oct. 1 with murder. Sean Matthew Garcia,... Read more »

Commercial Building Damaged in Fire

A blaze heavily damaged a commercial building in Huntington Park Monday and left a firefighter with a minor injury. The fire, which sent up a huge plume of black... Read more »

Chern Earns Health Industry Philanthropy Award

The president of the White Memorial Medical Center Charitable Foundation on Friday will receive the prestigious Harold J. (Si) Seymour Award of the Association for... Read more »

‘Healer’ Pleads to Sex Count Involving Teenage Girl

A self-described “healer” pleaded no contest today to misdemeanor sexual battery of a teenage girl and was immediately sentenced to four days in jail and three... Read more »

Man Facing 24-Year Prison Term for Lewd Acts on Three Girls

   A Huntington Park man is facing 24 years in state prison when sentenced next month for lewd acts on three young girls. Alfredo Aguilar, 68, pleaded guilty... Read more »

‘Smart Benches’ Coming to Bus Stops

Bus riders will be able to charge their phones and surf the web while waiting at 15 “smart” benches and shelters set to be installed around the city, Mayor Eric... Read more »

Homeless Shelters to Open Earlier

The Board of Supervisors agreed Tuesday to spend about $905,000 to open some homeless shelters six weeks earlier this winter and keep them open 24 hours a day during... Read more »

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