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Archive for July 4th, 2013
For 60 years, residents have marched in the South Pasadena July Fourth parade to protest the extension of the 710 freeway. Their target this year: tunnels.
The president of the California Public Utilities Commission would be required next year to step down from two nonprofits created by the commission under legislation that passed the state Assembly on Wednesday.
Rallies against digital government surveillance programs are planned this Fourth of July in about 100 cities across the U.S. including Los Angeles.
Southern California police officials say they've pulled three officers from street duty after a widely circulated video showed an officer fatally shooting a Rottweiler and drew numerous death threats.
For the Fourth of July, we asked mixologist Gina Chersevani to help us tap into the trend with a soda float inspired by Independence Day.
Tom Bradley's election ushered in a new era of African-American political power in LA. Forty years later, changing demographics demand new strategies from black leaders.
Assembly Bill 357, was considered the most likely-to-succeed reform of California’s lengthy teacher dismissal process.
Los Angeles and San Bernardino Counties spent $2.4 million holding special elections to fill a state senate seat but only 10 percent of voters turned out.
The Loh Down On Science
A Swedish researcher explains his theory of "functional stupidity."