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Two suspects charged in Debs Park murders [updated]

Memorial for Debs Park victim

The Los Angeles Times reports that two suspects  have been charged with the murder of two young women in Debs Park last October.  The L.A. County District attorney claims that Dallas Stone Pineda, 17, and Jose Antonio Echeverria, 18, used a gun to kill Gabriela Calzada and Briana ... Read More »

For Sale: New Custom Home in El Sereno

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4242 Guardia Ave., | $650000 | Property Website Brand new 1,532 sq. ft. custom home, 3 bed/3 bath. Skylights, marble counter tops and red oak hardwood floors. Open kitchen has two sinks, modern faucets, lots of cabinets, and stainless steel appliances. LED multi-function and color-spectrum light ... Read More »

Lost in El Sereno: Male Tabby cat

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A male friendly tabby cat. He’s orange with white paws and white around his pink nose. He is currently 1 year old and he is in perfect condition. Contact: [email protected] Want to publish a Lost & Found notice ? Please click here. . Read More »

Chicken chipotle pizza now serving in El Sereno

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EL SERENO — When Hugo Izquierdo craved a pizza, he often had to leave the neighborhood,  heading west and “over the hill” to Highland Park or traveling east to Alhambra to enjoy a satisfying piece of pie. Now, he just walks three blocks from his home ... Read More »

Debs Park victim died from multiple injuries

EL SERENO — The county coroner has determined that Gabriela Calzada, one of the two women found dead in Debs Park last week, died from multiple injuries as police met with concerned residents tonight nearly a week after the double killing. NBC 4 reported that the ... Read More »

Death, mystery and flowers fill a corner of Debs Park

Flower at Debs Park murder scene

El SERENO —  The grassy clearing surrounded by shaggy pepper and eucalyptus  trees would make for an ideal spot to take a break from a walk through Debs Park.  But on Wednesday, this clearing became a crime scene after the bodies of two women were discovered ... Read More »

Cal State L.A. professor emerges as leader in Black Lives Matter movement

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EL SERENO- Melina Abdullah has taught for more than a decade at Cal State L.A. in the Pan-African Studies Department, which she now oversees at chair. But in recent months, Abdullah has become better known as the most visible and vocal leader of the Black Lives Matter chapter in Los Angeles, which has been involved several confrontations with Mayor Eric Garcetti. On Tuesday, Abudullah will talk more about Black Lives Matter at Occidental College. Read More »