East Los Angeles

Homies Unidos switches to feeding families in pandemic

By Shirley Hawkins Contributing Writer LOS ANGELES — An organization assisting immigrants new to Los Angeles is Homies Unidos, a nonprofit agency that supports individuals impacted...

Residents oppose Mariachi Plaza housing project

By Ashley Orona Contributing Writer BOYLE HEIGHTS — An affordable housing development planned for Mariachi Plaza is registering considerable neighborhood opposition, despite years of discussion between...

NEWS DIGEST: Lynwood offers free grab-and-go meals youth, seniors

By Jose Ivan Cazares Contributing Writer LYNWOOD — The city is offering supper and snacks for kids and teens from 1 to 18 years old at...

Sheriff responds to criticism amid calls to resign

By 2UrbanGirls Contributing Writer LOS ANGELES — Sheriff Alex Villanueva responded to calls for his resignation Sept. 23 vowing to stay on the job and calling...

Lynwood city manager remains on paid leave

By Jose Ivan Cazares Contributing Writer LYNWOOD — City Manager Jose Ometeotl remains on paid leave Sept. 23 after being placed on leave Sept. 15 following...

Reopening LAUSD schools won’t be easy, superintendent says

Wave Wire Services LOS ANGELES — Los Angeles Unified School District is looking at options to reopen schools when it is safe to do so...

Downey park-and-ride station planned for commuter line

By Arnold Adler Contributing Writer DOWNEY — A park-and-ride station on Gardendale Street near Garfield Avenue is part of the commuter rail line being planned by...

Friends take on renovations for families in need

By Ashley Orona Contributing Writer HUNTING PARK — As more families stay home because of the COVID-19 pandemic, three friends have begun renovating homes in low-income...

Alhambra police say no link to three women found dead in park

Wave Wire Services ALHAMBRA — The Alhambra Police Department are taking steps to quash social media speculation that the deaths of three women whose bodies...

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Two City Council seats at stake in Culver City

City also has ballot measures on rent control, sales tax increase Wave Staff Report LOS ANGELES — After months of campaigning, debates and mailboxes filled with...

Residents line up to receive flu shots outside library

By Cynthia Gibson Contributing Writer CULVER CITY — The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health administered a record number of flu vaccines during a free...

County reveals new look for Rosa Parks transit center

By Sue Favor Contributing Writer WILLOWBROOK — The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority debuted the new Rosa Parks Customer Center and Transit Court in Oct....

Blacks aren’t about to save Trump at the polls

By Jesse Jackson Sr. Guest Columnist If a lie is repeated often enough, the truth may never catch up. Donald Trump understands this better than anyone,...