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LA County Announces New Mental Health Resources For Latino Communities Affected By COVID-19

Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, data shows that the Latino community is one of the hardest-hit groups economically.

Board of Supervisors News: Temple Beth El First Female Rabbi Delivers Invocation

Temple Beth-El’s First Female Rabbi Delivers Invocation for County Board of Supervisors Meeting LOS ANGELES – Rabbi Cassi Cail, the first female Rabbi of Temple...

County Triples Down on Safe Bet for School Violence Prevention

By Leslie Belt, Contributor In a bid to increase safety for millions of Angelinos of all ages returning to school this fall, the Los Angeles...

Stephen L. Read, MD, 71, Family Man and Influential Geriatric and Forensic Psychiatrist, Dies

On Jan. 11, shortly after ensuring he made it to his 71st birthday, Dr. Stephen L. Read, one of the nation’s most influential geriatric...

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Teamsters Agree to Cooling Off Period SAN PEDRO — On July 12, Teamsters agreed to pull down their pickets and enter a cooling off period...

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