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The percentage of California children living in poverty has soared by 21 percent since the onset of the Great Recession in 2008.
The Port of Huenemestands to benefit indirectly in the next several years from an expected rise in the number of vehicles exported from North American manufacturing plants.
The momentum that has built up along much of Lankershim, especially in the North Hollywood Arts District, illustrates what can arise from a mass-transit network.
Vendors at Venice Beach have been challenging specifics in ordinance, questioning what counts as original art work.
The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority is going to start locking the turnstiles so you can’t walk through without paying.
Like sunshine and diversity, creativity is a defining resource of our region. And like sunshine and diversity, the creative economy appears to be naturally occurring here and thus has been largely taken for granted
San Bernardino County supervisors say they expect to work together more collaboratively, with a focus on job creation, as the board welcomed two new members and the return of a third Monday, Dec. 3.
After a Nov. 6 election that saw unprecedented gains in Latino political power, Latino groups already are organizing voter-registration and citizenship drives aimed at further increasing their influence.
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