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L.A. City Council Candidates: How They Fared

L.A. City Council Candidates: How They Fared

Based on Tuesday’s primary election results, the top two finishers in Council District 4 were Carolyn Ramsay and David Ryu, also the district’s top fundraisers. But trailing very close behind Ryu is Tomas O’Grady. With mail-in ballots still left to ...

Homeless Man on Skid Row Shot Dead by LAPD

Homeless Man on Skid Row Shot Dead by LAPD

Police shot and killed a homeless man on Skid Row Sunday afternoon, March 1 during a struggle where he “forcibly grabbed” a rookie officer’s gun, Los Angeles police Chief Charlie Beck said.

Re-thinking Green Lawns in Alhambra

Re-thinking Green Lawns in Alhambra

As a shortage of water continues, one resident says that the city should shift the focus from green lawns to drought-tolerant ones.

Telemarketing Scam Team that Targeted Spanish Speakers Banned by FTC

Telemarketing Scam Team that Targeted Spanish Speakers Banned by FTC

The defendants in a scheme that targeted Spanish-speaking consumers have been banned from telemarketing.

Saving California Parks — With New Ideas and Tech

Saving California Parks — With New Ideas and Tech

California state parks are in trouble. And the solution may lie in the state's young, diverse and urban population.

Studio City Gets the Sheila E. Touch: The E. Spot Lounge Opens!

Studio City Gets the Sheila E. Touch: The E. Spot Lounge Opens!

A special place, like a Sheila E. performance: ability, passion, joy, hard work, fun and a whole bunch of love.

Community Activists Urge More Asians to Enroll in DACA

Community Activists Urge More Asians to Enroll in DACA

Only one-quarter of Korean youth and a similar portion of Filipino youth eligible for DACA have applied.

Media Matters to Combat Conservative Misinformation Targeting Hispanics

Media Matters to Combat Conservative Misinformation Targeting Hispanics

Bilingual experts are launching a project to combat distortions and stereotypes of Hispanics in the media.

Many Central Valley Farms to Receive No Water from Federal Gov’t This Year Due to Drought

Many Central Valley Farms to Receive No Water from Federal Gov’t This Year Due to Drought

As California enters what is likely its fourth straight year of drought, hundreds of farmers in the Central Valley were told on Friday, Feb. 27, ...

Truck Driver Charged with Manslaughter for Killing LAPD Officer in Crash

Truck Driver Charged with Manslaughter for Killing LAPD Officer in Crash

The driver of a big rig truck that struck and killed an LAPD officer last year in Beverly Hills has been charged with gross vehicular ...

‘The Drop Box’ to Screen in Select Theaters Nationwide March 3-5

‘The Drop Box’ to Screen in Select Theaters Nationwide March 3-5

For just three nights, “The Drop Box” will be available to watch in select theaters nationwide through Pine Creek Entertainment in association with Focus on ...

The Walking Fed: Six Taste Food Tour in Downtown LA

The Walking Fed: Six Taste Food Tour in Downtown LA

Having conducted hundreds of tours in the area, Six Taste has an inside track on what's cooking downtown.

Ruling Knocks Down Challenge to 2012 L.A. Redistricting

Ruling Knocks Down Challenge to 2012 L.A. Redistricting

Just one week before the Los Angeles City Council primary races this coming Tuesday, a federal judge in California ruled against a group of Koreatown ...

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