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Prime Healthcare Files Lawsuit Against California Attorney General Kamala Harris

Prime Healthcare, which backed out of its proposed bid to buy six Daughters of Charity Health System hospitals, including two in the Southland, after disagreeing with conditions imposed on the…

Power Restored in Montebello

MONTEBELLO (CNS) - A power outage in Montebello left more than 1,000 residents in the dark, but power was restored to all but about 200 customers this morning, Southern California…

Man Found Shot to Death in Lakewood

LAKEWOOD (CNS) - A man was found shot to death in Lakewood today, authorities said. The death was reported at 11 a. m. The body was found in the San…

Norwalk and Downey Amend City Codes Allowing Artificial Turf and Drought Plants

By Brian Hews In order to meet the state mandated water reduction goal of 25%, the city councils in Norwalk and Downey have approved changes in their landscaping laws allowing…

Anti-Jack Hadjinian Blog Called MNJack.Blogspot.com Publishes Stinging Rap Video of the Montebello Mayor

Staff Report Hews Media Group-Community News was sent an email today with a link to a blog called mnjack.blogspot.com that published a critical stinging rap video about Montebello Mayor Jack…

Grocery Outlet Bargain Market to Open in Southland, Including Compton and Long Beach

  New Family-Owned Grocery Store Chain Moving Into Southland  LOS ANGELES (CNS) – Grocery Outlet Bargain Market will open 14 stores in the greater Los Angeles area beginning this…

State Firefighters Lose Their Own Homes As They Fight Fires In Other Communities

  Staff Report They Voice No Regret at Putting Service to Others at the Expense of Their Own Property  CAL FIRE Local 2881, representing the 6,500 firefighters of CAL…

Sept. 11, 2015 Hews Media Group-Community News Front Page Preview

Sept. 11, 2015 Hews Media Group-Community News Front Page Preview

Day Care Center Worker Vaccination Bill Approved by State Senate, Heads to Governor’s Desk

Staff Report Sacramento – The State Senate today gave final approval to SB 792 authored by Senator Tony Mendoza (D-Artesia), on a bipartisan vote of 31 to 5. The bill…

Charles Garcia Surrenders to Police, Suspected of Killing Bell Skateboarder Joshua Maldonado

Staff Report A man suspected in the hit-and-run death of a Bell High School student who was struck while skateboarding has surrendered to police. Bell police say Charles Garcia has…