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L.A. raids: Rapid Response Network counters Trump’s zero-tolerance policies

Excerpt from an interview by Judy Woodruff, PBS NewsHour Editor’s Note:

POLA Issues Request For Proposal For New Cyber Resilience Center

Photo courtesy of Port of Los Angeles

SAN PEDRO – Moving forward with its plans to create a first-of-its-kind Cyber Resilience Center, the Port of Los Angeles July 24, is

Alert: Rally with Bernie Sanders

Event with Bernie Sanders

Doors open at 4:30pm. Program begins at 6:00pm.

Time: 6 p.m. July 26

LA Port Police Seize Almost 1200 Pounds of Marajuana at Cabrillo Beach

SAN PEDRO – As a result of increased drug smuggling patrols along the coast, Los Angeles Port Police were positioned over the weekend at Cabrillo Beach to seize approximately 1,200 pounds of marijuana valued at approximat

Congress Censures Trump

WASHINGTON D.C. — Congress, July 15, introduced House Resolution 489. This resolution states that immigrants and their descendants have made America stronger and naturalized citizens are just as American as those whose fa

Bon Voyage to Neil’s Seafood and Pasta, Hello Destination Dishes

By Gretchen Williams, Travel and Cuisine Writer A generation of San Pedro has passed through the romantic arch at the entry of Neil’s Pasta and Seafood Grill since its 1998 inception. Fine seafood, authentic

Random Letters 7-11-19 — This Land is Our Land; RE: Robots, tech & automation; Stone Wall Inn; On Increasing Homelessness; When the Big One Strikes

This Land is Our Land

No more accurate lyrics have been made — “This Land is Our Land” as it applies to the sidewalks surrounding the Post Office. More than four-and-a-half-years of occupation and its is clear the sidewa

You Can’t Hack a Longshoreman

By Los Angeles County Supervisor Janice Hahn The debate over automation has come to a boiling point at the Port of Los Angeles. Workers of the International Longshore and Warehouse Union, worried about the inevitable job losses that a

Public Hearing Notice on Level I Coastal Development Permit at Port of Los Angeles

Level I Coastal Development Permit No. 18-25 Landslide Infrastructure to Operate Battery-Electric Powered Equipment In Accordance with Guidelines of the Port Master Plan, the Los Angeles Board of Harbor Commissioners will reconvene to hear, receive, ev

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