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CA Program May Simplify Healthcare Paperwork for Low-Income Patients

Many California low-income seniors and people with disabilities may find a new program can help them cut through Medicare and Medi-Cal paperwork.
categories Family/Inter-generational NewsHealth

SIPA Holds Small Business Seminar in Cerritos

Search to Involve Pilipino Americans (SIPA), a Los Angeles-based nonprofit organization that serves the Filipino-American community in Southern California, held a small business seminar in Cerritos on Wednesday, Sept. 24 to promote entrepreneurship.
category Business

Reflecting on Obama’s Promise to Fix Immigration Policy — What to Do Now?

Pro-immigrant voters should go to the polls to send the message that executive action, when it comes, must be big, bold, and for real.
categories ImmigrationPolitics

New Legislation Could Help Undocumented and Uninsured

“I spent my days in pain because the doctor only prescribed pain medication,” Montes said. “I spent hours making lines early in the morning so I could get checked.”
categories HealthImmigrationPolitics

CSUSB Professor Awarded Mexico's Highest Honor

Hot weather had little impact at the Mexican Independence Day celebration recently held at Cal State San Bernardino
categories Arts & CultureEducationRace/Ethnic Relations

Fil-Am Launches ‘The LA Girl’ – A Blog About All Things LA

A Filipino marketing professional and social media expert recently launched a blog that celebrates all things Los Angeles, and promotes local brands and companies that show the diversity and color of the city.
category Arts & Culture

Reflecting the Residents We Serve: A Conversation with City Council Candidate Stephen Sham

Alhambra Source spoke to Sham about the upcoming election and what he would like to improve in Alhambra.
categories NeighborhoodsPolitics

The Equalizer: A Review by Samantha Ofole-Prince

A slow boil with a stellar cast ‘The Equalizer’ is bound to bring huge box office returns for Columbia Pictures.
category Arts & Culture

$15.37 Minimum Wage Approved for LA Hotel Employees

The LA City Council voted on Wednesday to impose a higher minimum wage, at least $15.37 an hour, to workers at big hotels in the city. The new minimum wage requirement is one of the highest in the country.
categories BusinessCity AffairsEconomy

Automated Passport Kiosks Expected to Shorten Wait Times for LAX Arrivals

International passengers arriving at the Tom Bradley International Terminal can now expect to see a shorter waiting period at the customs checkpoints at the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).
categories City AffairsScience & Technology
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