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New round of warnings issued to Assessor employees by union leaders for second straight day

By Brian Hews District Attorney, Media focus of newest email issued on Thursday morning Los Angeles, CA For the second time in a three days, employees of the Los Angeles…

LCCN EXCLUSIVE: District Attorney Cooley calls for Assessor Noguez to resign; Calls probe the ‘biggest’ of his career

By Brian Hews Los Angeles County District Attorney Steve Cooley called for the resignation of embattled Assessor John Noguez this afternoon. In an exclusive phone interview with Los Cerritos Community…

Union warns LA County Assessor employees to avoid talking with investigators & media

By Brian Hews A highly controversial memo from union leaders with the California Association of Professional Employees (CAPE-AFL-CIO) has sparked outrage and heated exchanges between rank and file employees and…

Bruce DuBois, husband of Lakewood Mayor dies suddenly

Bruce DuBois, the husband of Lakewood Mayor Dianne DuBoios died early Tuesday morning, Los Cerritos Community Newspaper can confirm. Members of both the Lakewood Sheriff’s Station and Los Angeles County…

Jaimes, Bermudez, Ian Calderon debate turns into a two man show

Jaimes, Bermudez, Ian Calderon debate turns into a two man show

By Brian Hews A much anticipated debate between the three candidates running in the newly created 57th Assembly District turned out to be a two man show due to the…

Controversial e-mails between Noguez and Salari to be released by Los Cerritos Community Newspaper on Friday

Controversial e-mails between Noguez and Salari to be released by Los Cerritos Community Newspaper on Friday

By Brian Hews Los Cerritos Community Newspaper will be publishing hundreds of internal emails between embattled Los Angeles County Assessor John R. Noguez and controversial Arizona tax agent Ramin Salari,…

“Beethoven’s Ninth” Inside And Out—Pacific Symphony Ends Classical Season With a Festival of Music Featuring a Fusion of Magnificent Voices, Sublime Symphonic Sounds

  In addition to concerts, first “Pacific Symphony Plazacast,” presented in association with Segerstrom Center for the Arts, takes place Saturday, June 2, with wall projection of live performance on…

Mother’s Day ‘sink hole’ leaves neighborhood in a mess

Call it the “Mother” of all sinkholes. A sinkhole was reported in the La Puente area just before 1:00 A.M. on Mother’s Day that measured approximately 25 feet x 15…

Carjacking Suspect Exchanges Gunfire with Deputies across from LASD Industry Station ending in death

Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Homicide Bureau detectives are continuing their investigation into the circumstances surrounding a Deputy-Involved Shooting, which occurred on Saturday, May 12, in the 15000 block of Stafford…

Brown takes to You Tube to tell Californians about ‘$16 Billion budget hole’

By Brian Hews SACRAMENTO – Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. will release his revised budget proposal at a press conference in Sacramento on Monday, followed by a press conference later…