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Reporter Corps spoke with AUSD Student Services Director Dr. Laurel Bear about school-based mental health care, parent education programs, and the issues students face today.
New America Media, in partnership with Harbage Consulting, held a roundtable discussion on Cal MediConnect on Thursday, March 6, at the Norman F. Feldheym Central Library in San Bernardino, CA.
Rae Jones, Roz Stevenson and Tiffany Smith-Anoa’i were honored for their significant accomplishments in the entertainment industry.
McClurkin, a Grammy Award-winning Gospel artist was one of several celebs who recently attended the Gospel Goes to Hollywood Awards Luncheon.
Six aspiring candidates for the California Secretary of State position shared their platforms in the first California Secretary of State candidate forum on Monday night, March 3, at The California Endowment headquarters in Downtown Los Angeles.
A Kickstarter campaign was recently launched for a documentary project. The project aims to tell the story of World War II veterans, who fought in ...
Health experts advised people on both Medicare and Medi-Cal that they must join a new state program promising to improve their care.
'Love One Another, Even the Enemy': Reverend Paul Nagano's Lessons from Japanese American Internment
Alhambra resident Rev. Paul Nagano’s roots in North America go back to the 19th century. But when war was declared with Japan in 1945, he ...
Highland Park youth will run in L.A. Marathon Sunday.
Some residents are angry that state and county taxing agencies are keeping money they say rightfully belongs to city workers.
In spite of his national prominence in the political arena, Rep. Xavier Becerra remains grounded in his public service work.
Ground-level efforts by groups like the SEIU are helping to publicize the ACA and disseminate enrollment information to Latino families.
The Morningside Park Chronical imterviews local poet Matt Sedillo about his political and social ideas behind his work.
Dept. of Justice not likely to act before June Primary.
Asians and Latinos are using hospice at significantly lower rates than whites. Reasons range from ignorance about the system to fear of “mercy killings.”
Sri Lankan-Americans in Los Angeles celebrated Sri Lanka’s 66th Independence Day at the Arcadia Performing Arts Center on February 8 with traditional dances and cultural ...