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Finding Balanced Solutions: A Conversation with State Assembly Candidate Ed Chau

Assemblyman Chau talked to us about education, public transportation, and how he hopes to serve the San Gabriel Valley if re-elected.
categories City AffairsNeighborhoodsPolitics

California’s Prop 1 Gives East Valley Families Hope for Clean Water

Residents of eastern Coachella Valley say Prop 1 will alleviate years of struggling with a lack of access to clean and reliable drinking water.
categories Green NewsHealthNeighborhoodsPolitics

Mayor’s Killing Reveals Many ‘Dark Secrets’

The mother of Bell Gardens Mayor Daniel Crespo, who was fatally shot — allegedly by his wife — during a family fight at his home, filed a lawsuit Monday against her daughter-in-law, claiming the mayor was shot in “cold blood.”
categories City AffairsJusticeNeighborhoods

Forum Examines Quality in Early Education

Leaders in education, government, and business from all across the country descended on the Disney Concert Hall in downtown Los Angeles Tuesday to discuss the importance of early education.
categories EducationPolitics

Eagle Rock Businesses One Step Closer to Longer Hours

Eagle Rock businesses could soon be allowed to stay open later now that the Los Angeles City Council has voted to approve changes to the Colorado Boulevard. Specific Plan, Councilman Jose Huizar announced Tuesday.
categories BusinessCity AffairsNeighborhoods

Vernon Sets Special Election for Feb. 2015

The Vernon City Council Tuesday unanimously scheduled a special election for Feb. 17, 2015 to fill the seat left vacant by the death of Councilman Michael Ybarra.
categories City AffairsNeighborhoodsPolitics

The Death of “Baby Doc"; A Soliloquy Of Haiti

For more than two centuries, the human tragedy in Haiti has been unfolding many times over right on front of everyone's eyes. As such, Haiti has become a metaphor: when you have nothing to offer, the world, despite seeing you, may never know you.
category International Affairs

Political Parties Ignore API Vote at Their Peril

For Asian voters, ethnic loyalties are helping to galvanize an electorate largely ignored by Republicans and Democrats alike.
categories PoliticsRace/Ethnic Relations

Behind the Scenes of Aguruphobia

Q&A with assistant director Raul Alonso Evans of AIDS Project Los Angeles.
category Arts & Culture

Caribpress Talks to Teyonah Parris from ‘Dear White People’

Parris is well-known to fans of the television series “Mad Men” as Dawn, Don Draper’s boundary-breaking secretary.
category Arts & Culture
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