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Red Flag Warning In Effect Now For Los Angeles County

National Weather Service’s red flag warning is in effect through Sept.9,

Teachers Rise to the Moment in Crisis Learning

Uncertainty reigns for students and parents as the virtual school year begins at most schools in LA County including the Los Angeles...

Public Health Revises Health Officer Order to Allow Schools K-12 to Offer Services for Students Most in Need of In-Person Learning

Order allows schools K-12 to offer services for students most in need of In-person learning.

Civil Rights Groups, Civic Organizations, and Local Governments Sue to Protect the Census Timeline

As the COVID-19 pandemic spread throughout the country this spring, the Census Bureau introduced a contingency plan that accounted both for the difficulties of census-taking during a pandemic and the Bureau’s constitutional and statutory obligation to achieve a fair and accurate count.

LA County kicks off “L.A. vs. Hate” initiative to report and end hate by calling 2-1-1

Through this virtual medium, the campaign builds understanding within individual, diverse communities about what constitutes hate and how to report it.

Lobbyist Agrees to Plead Guilty in City Hall Bribery Scheme in Which Jose Huizar Supported Developer in Exchange for PAC Donations

Court documents also outline how Goldman secured commitments from Company M to contribute to PACs at Huizar’s request prior to September 2018.

Fighting for the Right to Vote by Mail

General DeJoy recently, and just months before the November 3rdGeneral Election, decided to implement changes at the USPS without first seeking authority from the Postal Commission, and despite acknowledging that the service reductions would result in “mail left behind."

Keeping Courthouses Clear of COVID-19

When the courts reopened, July 6, after weeks of closure prompted by COVID-19, the presiding judge of the Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles, began implementing a range of health and safety measures recommended by the Los Angeles County public defender and endorsed by the Board of Supervisors.

Mayor Addresses LAPD Funding, COVID-19 Testing

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti addressed the reallocation of funds from the Los Angeles Police Department and the city’s handling of COVID-19...

China Shipping Saga Continues

LA City Council approves SEIR, repeats violation patterns More than 20 years after the Port and City of Los...

Two Webinars for Homeowners: Avoiding Foreclosure

DCBA will be hosting two webinars to help tenants and homeowners learn more about how L.A. County is helping them stay in...

Garcetti’s Tone-Deaf Policies Leave Angelenos Struggling

Instead of living up to the city’s progressive values, Mayor Garcetti has continuously favored the Democratic Party’s pro-corporate stances that foster gentrification and amplify the already deep- seated financial and socioeconomic inequality in Los Angeles.

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Millionaires versus Markets: Big Money Battles Prop. 15

The corporate owner of Terranea Resort has spent $250,000 to defeat Proposition 15, while Carson’s largest landowner, the Watson Land Corp., has...

Campaigning in a Different World

Top District 7 vote-getters in school board race look to distinguish themselves in new political environment The District 7...

Fog In the Media

Even the weather girl should know which way the wind blows Sitting, as I do most early mornings, drinking...

Social Media Spreads Fear on Anti-fascism Caravan

For four years, thousands of people descended upon San Pedro to see the latest in advanced military vessels, vehicles and weapons along...