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Daily Archives: December 21, 2016

The first day of winter ends on a bright note

The first day of winter – the Winter Solstice – brought gray skies and light showers across Los Angeles. But the day with the year’s least amount of daylight ended with the sunset poking through the clouds. Dan Gershon moment from Silver Lake while Dean Decent took the shot from Echo Park. We added photos from across the Eastside. Boyle ... Read More »

Alumnus donates $7 million to Cal State L.A. nursing program; Silver Lake debates reservoir’s future; Montecito Heights man enters Congressional race

MORNING REPORT: Cal State L.A. alumnus Patricia Chin and her husband, William Chin, have donated $7 million to the college nursing programs .... .... Residents are conflicted about potential recreational uses for the Silver Lake Reservoir once its refilled .... Labor organizer Raymond Meza of Montecito Heights has entered the race to to replace Congressman Xavier Becerra .... water surged down Laveta Terrace in Angeleno Heights earlier this week after a pipeline burst Read More »