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Feuer Announces Renewed Neighborhood Prosecutor Efforts

By James Preston Allen, Publisher Watching City Attorney Mike Feuer explain his goals for the Neighborhood Prosecutor program was in sharp contrast compared to the...

Low Turnout Election Gives Garcetti the Win and Nuch the Boot

Los Angeles Election Results LOS ANGELES — The unofficial election results for the City of Los Angeles general elections now are available. Mayor elect-Eric Garcetti beat...

The Incumbent Underdog

Trutanich Needs His Pit Bull Tenacity in Uphill Re-election Bid By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor From his first day on the job as Los Angeles City...

Harbor Currents: ANNOUNCEMENTS April 2, 2013

April 3 Villaraigosa, Hahn, Buscaino Celebrate POLA Main Channel Deepening Project Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, Rep. Janice Hahn, 15TH District Councilman Joe Buscaino, together with officials from the...

Harbor Currents: NEWS March 20, 2013

Officer Involved Shooting LONG BEACH — Long Beach Police Department detectives are asking for the public’s help with leads involving a shooting near 8th Street...

Harbor Currents: NEWS Feb. 14, 2013

Lieu Reintroduces Consumer Protection Bill SACRAMENTO – In response to widespread reports showing that medical patients are not always informed of expenses, on Feb. 14,...

Building On the Public’s Dime

Marriott developer seeks $67.3 million tax subsidy By James Preston Allen, Publisher It seems like every time certain private investors come up short on their grand...

Walker Beats Recall, Republican War On Public Employee Unions See Silver Lining

The Wisconsin race was perhaps the most watched election of the night with Gov. Scott Walker beating recall opponent by nearly 7 percentage points...

D.A. Candidate Jackie Lacey Speaks on Being The Adult in the Room

By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor A candidate like Deputy District Attorney Jackie Lacey with credentials that include more than 25 years of experience in the...

Running on Smart Justice: Danette Meyers for D.A.

By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor After 26 years, Danette Meyers is one of the longest serving deputy district attorneys and one of the most highly...

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Funding For The Arts Proposal

A substantial percentage of the county’s arts organizations are in danger of permanently closing, leaving the long-term health of this sector in doubt and setting back hard-earned progress in making arts opportunities more accessible to disadvantaged communities.

A Look At COVID-19 Case Numbers And Rates Of Infection In Younger Adults Requires Distance Learning At Institutions

Colleges and universities may continue their essential operations, but most academic instruction must continue to be done via distance-learning

Rep. Barragán’s Annual Older Adults Health Fair and Legislative Briefing

Constituents can join by computer or by phone, for a morning of entertainment from local performers, informative presentations, and updates from Congress

New Long Beach Fire Station Site Approved

The city purchased the property for $2.35 million, and the new station will be built there. It is within a few blocks of the previous site used for the station, which is more than 80 years old.