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Napolitano: What is the Priority for Public Higher Education in CA?

UC President Janet Napolitano says the debate over a possible tuition increase at the school revolves around how the state prioritizes higher education.
category Education

Encouraging Art in Low-Income Communities

The non-profit Las Photos Project says their goal is to empower Latina youth through photography, mentorship and self-expression. They currently work with girls from East Los Angeles and Boyle Heights.
categories Arts & CultureNeighborhoodsYouth

Monterey Park Puts Bicycle Master Plan in Motion; What You Need to Know Before Rose Parade 2015

NEWS ROUNDUP: West San Gabriel Valley news from Alhambra, San Gabriel, San Marino, Rosemead, Monterey Park, South Pasadena, and Pasadena.
categories City AffairsNeighborhoods

Activists to Drop ‘The Interview’ in North Korea via Balloons

"The Interview" is going to North Korea.
categories Arts & CultureInternational AffairsPolitics

Behind the Making of ‘The Interview’

Last month, KoreAm spoke with actor Seth Rogen before the Sony cyberattack grew to its current dimensions.
categories Arts & CultureInternational AffairsMediaPolitics

S. Korean Youth Weigh in on ‘The Interview’

South Korean youth share their reactions to the comedy "the Interview," which has been cancelled due to threats believed to have come from North Korea.
categories Arts & CultureInternational AffairsMediaPoliticsScience & Technology

California Needs 11 Trillion Gallons of Water to Recover from Drought, NASA Says

A new analysis by NASA scientists reveals that it would take approximately 11 trillion gallons of water to remedy the drought that has plagued the Golden State for the last three years.
categories Green NewsWeathering the Storm

Filipino Ex-USC Professor Sentenced to 5 Years in Prison

A former professor who pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting underage boys while traveling to the Philippines was sentenced to five years in prison on Monday, Dec. 15.
categories JusticePublic Safety

Monterey Park Puts Bicycle Master Plan in Motion

Five cities in the San Gabriel Valley have each unanimously approved master bike plans that will expand bike lanes in the region. Bicyclists in the lead city, Monterey Park, may see some of these improvements as soon as spring 2015.
categories City AffairsNeighborhoods

New Boyle Heights Work Center Promotes Local Jobs

The Boyle Heights/East WorkSource Center is the 14th of 17 job centers being made over as part of citywide $36 million effort to push down the unemployment rate.
categories BusinessCity AffairsEconomyNeighborhoods
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