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Ex Lynwood Councilmen Bryd and Pedroza convicted of misappropriating city funds, use of credit cards

COMPTON – A jury today found two former Lynwood City Council members guilty of misappropriating nearly $500,000 under several different schemes, including charging personal expenses on city credit cards, the…

General Manager Art Aguilar Announces Retirement From Central Basin

Retiring from the District in October 2012 after 13 years of service    Commerce, CA– General Manager Art Aguilar announced his retirement from the Central Basin Municipal Water District effective…

Goodwill Fundraiser benefiting Norwalk Sheriff’s Volunteers on Saturday at La Mirada City Hall

The Norwalk Sheriff’s Station Volunteers are hosting a “Goodwill Donation Fundraiser” at the La Mirada City Hall on Saturday, August 4th from 10am to 4pm. The volunteers have partnered with…

Pursuit by CHP ends with horrific crash in Cypress, La Palma area

By Brian Hews A high speed chase ended in a horrific crash in Cypress on Sunday afternoon that also lead to shots being fired by law enforcement officials. On Sunday,…

Robert Garcia Murder: Law enforcement search for clues in slaying of Norwalk tow truck driver

By Brian Hews Members of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Homicide Bureau are searching for information that will lead to an arrest or arrests in the murder of a young…

ABC Joins Collaborative Program with Tri City Medical Center to Fight Obesity

ABC Joins Collaborative Program with Tri City Medical Center to Fight Obesity

Child Obesity is now considered a nationwide problem. Recognizing this the ABC School Board approved a resolution at its July 17 meeting creating a collaborative program to address childhood obesity…

Hawaiian Gardens Accused of Violating Brown Act

Hawaiian Gardens Accused of Violating Brown Act

By Jerry Bernstein In what could be a prelude to next year’s council race to fill three seats that are up for re-election, Pete Schnaufer, Business Agent for the employees’…

Fill The Boot Campaign Raises Money for MDA

Fill The Boot Campaign Raises Money for MDA

District Attorney creates “hot line” for criminal tips inside LA County Assessor’s Office

By Brian Hews In a highly unusual move, the Los Angeles County District Attorney has established a new 24-hour a day hot line for employees who work inside the Los…

Traffic investigators seek information in Bellflower Hit and Run

Traffic investigators are asking for the public’s help in solving a hit-and-run accident that injured a 13 year-old boy who was riding his bike in Bellflower in June. The collision…