Free lead blood screenings got underway Monday for east and southeast Los Angeles residents who live within two miles of the Exide Technologies plant in Vernon, but health officials are warning residents that the biggest sources of lead could be coming from something inside their... [Read more...]
Cynthia Tejeda was both nervous and hopeful as she waited in a long line at the Mexican Consulate Office in Los Angeles last week to speak with an immigration attorney. Originally from Cuernavaca, Morelos Mexico, Tejeda was brought to the U.S. illegally by her parents when she... [Read more...]
Coalición Anuncia la Marcha del Primero de Mayo Enfocandose en Derechos al Trabajador y del Inmigrante
April 10, 2014 Issue
Veintidós años después de haber sido vendido por primera vez y con más de un... Read more »
El lunes se llevaron a cabo exámenes de sangre gratis para los residentes del Este... Read more »
El martes la Junta de Educación del Distrito Escolar Unificado de Los Ángeles,... Read more »
El sábado fue un día de fiesta, música, comedia y arte para recaudar fondos y... Read more »
Un estudio de daltonismo, o deficiencia para la visión de los colores, en un grupo... Read more »
La mitad de los 7.000 pacientes en lista de espera de trasplantes en Los Ángeles... Read more »
Debido a que en la actualidad las mujeres conforman la mitad de los trabajadores... Read more »
Una reciente investigación demostró que los mexicoamericanos sufren más secuelas... Read more »
Twenty-two years after first being sold and more than one redevelopment project being... Read more »
The deaths of a teenage girl and a young woman whose bodies were found alongside... Read more »
Exide Technologies officials were weighing their options Wednesday for the future... Read more »
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