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Los Angeles County, which includes the city of LA, already had more people behind bars than any other U.S. county or city -- more than Miami and New York City combined.
Most young, middle-class Americans I know are happy that millions of previously uninsured people will receive free or heavily subsidized insurance under the Affordable Care Act. We just didn’t realize that, unless we had health insurance at work, we’d be the ones paying for it.
Amazon officials on Tuesday, Oct. 29, announced plans to open a 1.2 million-square-foot logistics center in Moreno Valley near the southeast corner of March Air Reserve Base – a facility that could bring more than 1,000 jobs to the area.
Forecast suggests the region has already made strides toward recovery and will continue to do so
Nearly 1 in 5 young people between ages 16 and 24 in the Inland Empire are neither working nor in school, the nation’s worst rate, according to a report released Tuesday.
Riverside County’s master plan to add thousands of jail beds to stop the early release of inmates faces a setback unless state officials move faster on a project to expand the Indio jail, county officials warn.
New questions arose Tuesday about Los Angeles Unified's iPad project, including concerns about ownership of instructional software and new budget estimates showing the district would have to buy 600,000 tablets in order to get a promised high-volume discount.
Orange County Fairgrounds officials canceled the second session of a weekend beer-tasting event because of "unruly" attendees earlier in the day, event organizers said Monday.
Residents of the Inland Empire should begin to prepare for a predicted third consecutive dry year by reducing their water usage.
The words "Common Core" don't hold special meaning to students in Terri Clarke's second-grade class at Newport Elementary. Unbeknownst to them, the lessons Clarke is implementing will have a profound effect on the way they are taught for the rest of their time in public schools.
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