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Local Cities Warn Water Customers to Conserve

State Water Board approves $500 fines for violations.
categories City AffairsGreen NewsWeathering the Storm

Highland Park Mural Needs Help

A colorful mural in Highland Park which has served as a visual lesson on the history of Mexican Americans is deteriorating and the original artists are seeking help to restore it.
categories Arts & CultureNeighborhoods

Team PH Wins Jr. & Sr. Championship Titles at WCOPA

The Philippines yet again won big at the world’s stage by snatching a grandslam win by taking home the top two awards at the World Championships of Performing Arts (WCOPA).
category Arts & Culture

Facing Severe Drought, Californians Support Mandatory Cutbacks

Californians rank the drought as their number one environmental concern and favor mandatory curbs on water use.
category Green News

Satay Skewers and Bacon Caramel Churros: A Preview of the MPK Night Market

Thirty vendors will serve a range of cuisines on Friday, including Aunty Merry's Indonesian pancakes, Dia de los Puercos's Chihuahua-style carnitas, and Ice Cream Lab's liquid nitrogen dessert.
categories Arts & CultureFoodNeighborhoods

No Shortage of Issues, Hollenbeck Residents Tell L.A.’s City Attorney

The turnout to meet new neighborhood prosecutor was low, but vocal.
categories City AffairsNeighborhoodsPublic Safety

Latino Business Group Marks Milestone

The Los Angeles Latino Chamber of Commerce celebrated its five-year anniversary July 16 with a special reception hosted by nutrition company Herbalife at the company’s headquarters in downtown Los Angeles.
categories BusinessRace/Ethnic Relations

NCLR Agenda Focuses on Politics, Immigration and the Economy

The largest Hispanic civil rights group in the country was in downtown Los Angeles last week for it annual national convention. Topping the National Council of La Raza’s agenda: immigration reform, the country’s economic outlook, upcoming elections and the impact to and by Latinos in these areas.
categories EconomyPoliticsRace/Ethnic Relations

Former IUSD Board Member Arnold Butler May Have Misappropriated School Funds

Court records from two separate cases indicate that recently resigned Inglewood Unified School District (IUSD) board member Arnold Butler may have been involved in a web of criminal activity involving illegal campaign contributions and misappropriation of IUSD school funds used to disparage a school board candidate running against him.
categories City AffairsPolitics

World-renowned UST Singers Return to Serenade California

University of Santo Tomas Singers are slated for a number of performances in California for the month of July and August.
category Arts & Culture
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