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State Senator Tony Mendoza Could Get Hit With Massive FPPC Fine

Follow Sen. Mendoza issued a statement after publication, it is below, FPPC story is after the statement.   Public Statement In my public service as an elected official and as…

Rudy Giuliani is Manipulating the FBI, Knew Comey Would Write Letter About Clinton

Rudy Giuliani is Manipulating the FBI, Knew Comey Would Write Letter About Clinton

Follow Now openly boasting about ties to FBI. Rudolph W. Giuliani, the former mayor of New York, seemed in a giddy mood when he was interviewed last week on the…

Two Local Fourth Graders Working Their Way to Stardom

Follow     By Tammye McDuff You are never too young to start following your passion.  Two local fourth graders – Lauren Gravitt, from Kennedy STEM Academy and Adrienne Morrow,…

LAKEWOOD COUNCIL OPPOSES MEASURE M

Follow By Tammye McDuff Cities in SE Los Angeles and South Bay area have been expressing resistance to Measure M over its alleged funding unfairness to south L.A. County. At…

VOLUNTEERS BEAUTIFY BELLFLOWER PARKS

Follow   By Tammye McDuff The City of Bellflower had over 200 community volunteers join together with Cal State Long Beach, UC Master Gardeners, Girls Scouts and local high schools…

Misogynistic Website Takes Central Basin Division 4 Campaign Between Maria Santillian-Beas and Leticia Vasquez to New Low

Follow By Brian Hews A website put up recently has taken the Central Basin Division 4 race between Maria Santillian-Beas and current Director Leticia Vasquez to a new low. The…

LOCAL RESIDENTS HONORED AT DEMOCRATIC OF THE YEAR AWARDS DINNER

Follow   By Larry Caballero Los Angeles County Democratic Party (LACDP) Chair and Vice-Chair of the California Democratic Party Eric Bauman welcomed more than a thousand supporters to the Franklin…

Cerritos Council Votes to Place Sales Tax Increase on Ballot

Follow   By Brian Hews At last night’s regular meeting, the Cerritos City Council voted to place the controversial 1% sales tax increase on the ballot, however they subsequently voted…

ABC Unified School District Hosts Districtwide College Fair

Follow One of the major goals in ABC Unified School District (ABCUSD) is focused on college and career readiness. On October 22, 2016, ABCUSD held its first district-wide College Fair…

Ukulele Musician Jake Shimabukuro  Returns to the Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts

Ukulele Musician Jake Shimabukuro  Returns to the Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts

Follow   CERRITOS, CA – Noted for his “buoyant musicianship” and “brisk proficiency” by The New York Times and named a musical “hero” by Rolling Stone, ukulele sensation Jake Shimabukuro…