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Protesters and Pussy Hats flood DTLA

Several blocks of Downtown L.A. were standing-room-only today as throngs of people jammed the central city to participate in the Los Angeles Women’s March and express their displeasure with newly sworn-in President Trump. Police estimated that more than 100,000 came to the march but organizers said ... Read More »

Ch-Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes!

Here’s the deal: it’s January of 20-freakin-17 and you’re ready to make some changes this year, but don’t know where to start? Most likely, you’re already perfect as you are and it’s your environment that needs some changing. Read More »

Stolen vehicle chase ends in Boyle Heights; Shepard Fairey creates “We The People” posters; potholes all over the place

MORNING REPORT: The chase of a stolen vehicle that began in El Monte ended in Boyle Heights with the capture of three men .... The number of requests to fill potholes in city streets has tripled above normal levels in the wake of the winter rains ..... Artist Shepard Fairey, whose studio is located in Echo Park, has created three posters that will be printed as full-page newspaper ads and used as protest art in today's presidential inaugural Read More »

Commission takes up Echo Park landmark nomination; man injured in Boyle Heights shooting; how Cal State L.A. ranks on upward mobility

MORNING REPORT: A proposal to declare a 1920s Echo Park bungalow court a historic landmark is scheduled to be reviewed today, Thursday, Jan. 19 by the Cultural Heritage Commission .... A man was wounded in Boyle Heights on Tuesday afternoon in what police believe was a gang-related shooting ..... Cal State L.A. was among the nation's 10 top colleges when it came to a "mobility rate" that measured the proportion of low-income students who moved up economically over the years Read More »

Warehouse burns in Boyle Heights; candidates say “no” to developer contributions; One Day at a Time moves to Echo Park

MORNING REPORT: Firefighters put out a large fire that broke out Tuesday night in a Boyle Heights warehouse .... The remake of One Day at a Time, the Norman Lear sitcom features a Cuban-American family who call Echo Park home .... Several candidates running in the March 7 city election have said they won't take contributions from real estate developers, including at least two contenders in the Council District 13 race Read More »

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