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It Takes a Crisis to Solve a Problem

Rats, fleas, typhus and corruption at City Hall By James Preston Allen, Publisher The City of Los Angeles is deeply invested in the long-standing vision of...

The Buscaino Report Card

By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor March 7 is the date District 15  voters will grade Los Angeles City Councilman Joe Buscaino. Although there are many...

Carson to Appeal Rent Control Case

By Lyn Jensen, Carson Reporter In an ongoing dispute over a city board’s decision regarding rent-controlled property, a federal court this past month ordered the...

Artful Living at a Slumlord Price

By Zamná Ávila, Assistant Editor and Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor Before affordable housing was a visible public policy concern, before the housing market crashed in...

Rancho San Pedro Won’t Be Redeveloped in Near Future

By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor On Nov. 18, a consortium of Los Angeles public officials and their team of consultants told an audience of almost...

Shipping Container Kills Cyclist: RL NEWS Briefs of the Week Oct. 29, 2015

Shipping Container Kills Cyclist CARSON — On Oct. 27, 51-year-old Long Beach resident Robert Castorena was killed in Carson when a big rig’s container came...

Housing Developments Open Doors to 180 Residents

LONG BEACH — On March 14, the Long Beach Housing Development Co. and developer Abode Communities celebrated the grand re-opening of Evergreen Apartments, three...

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Who profits from militarizing the police?

William D. Hartung Ever since images of the police deploying armored vehicles against peaceful demonstrators in Ferguson, Missouri, hit...

Help for Homeowners: Webinar Aug. 12

Join a webinar on the foreclosure process

Rancho Palos Verdes Forms First Sister City Relationship with Sakura City

During a virtual ceremony held Aug. 4, officials in both cities highlighted a long-running student exchange program and signed proclamations establishing their sister city relationship.

Gov. Newsom Announces $81.8 Million in Commitments to Support Isolation and Quarantine Efforts in Communities Disproportionately Impacted by COVID-19

This new initiative expands on the previously announced grant funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.