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Homeless advocates voice opinions on use of state funds

LOS ANGELES — A City Council committee got an earful Sept. 4 from advocates and members of the public about how the city should spend $123 million it expects to receive from the state next year for homeless housing and services. Members of the council’s Homelessness and Poverty Committee said they want to use funding Read More…

11th annual Leimert Park Village Heritage Festival draws crowds

826LA seeks to tap the creativity of Los Angeles youth

Eastside agency breaks group on housing for homeless vets

EL SERENO — The East Los Angeles Community Corporation and development partners celebrated the groundbreaking of an apartment complex for homeless veterans Aug. 29. The Rosa de Castilla Apartments, located at 4208 Huntington Drive South, is set to include 85 units of affordable housing, of which 49 will be for permanent supportive housing and 20 Read More…

Whittier approves public artwork for York Field

State Supreme Court won’t hear Omar Bradley’s appeal

College Professional Sports

SPORTS DIGEST: Freshman quarterback leads USC to win over Stanford

What a topsy-turvy world for USC. One day, you’re higher than a kite after the kid quarterback overcame a 17-3 deficit 17 minutes into the game to engineer a 45-20 victory over Stanford. Two days later you’re trying to figure out what happened to your athletic director. We’ll start with the happy news first. Kedon Read More…

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Airport apprenticeship program graduates sixth class

LOS ANGELES — The HireLAX Apprenticeship Readiness Program graduated its sixth cohort Aug. 30, with 25 students ready to take the next step in their construction careers after successfully completing the intensive eight-week program taught at Los Angeles Southwest College.  “Programs like HireLAX are critical to helping residents access quality union jobs and create pathways Read More…