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LAPD detective serenades Our Lady of Guadalupe at LA Cathedral: 'A dream come true'

Special guest singers, like an LAPD detective, were invited to serenade Our Lady of Guadalupe at the Cathedral in Downtown L.A. on her feast day. → Read More

East LA Latinas create surfing community for Latinos

Three specific surfers, with roots in East Los Angeles, created a surf camp to fill a gap in both the surfing and their local community. → Read More

Oldest religious procession in Los Angeles takes place in East L.A. honoring Our Lady of Guadalupe

With faith in every step and prayer, tens of thousands of people gathered in East Los Angeles for the oldest religious procession in L.A. in honor of Our Lady of Guadalupe and Saint Juan Diego on Sunday. → Read More

Community Journalists share tips on how to save money in SoCal

Here are some ways that ABC7's Community Journalists are saving money living in costly Southern California. → Read More

5 UCI fraternity members charged in connection with alcohol-poisoning death of frat brother

Five UCI fraternity members have been charged in connection with the death of a fellow frat brother, Noah Domingo. The 18-year-old died of alcohol-poisoning in January. → Read More

Ocean water turns pink near Malibu amid efforts to battle wildfires

The ocean water in Malibu looked pink on Monday afternoon amid efforts to battle wildfires. → Read More

Día De Los Muertos altar: Significance behind key component explained

At Tonalli Studio, in East Los Angeles, people have been gathering for the past weeks to make hundreds of cempasuchil flowers made out of tissue paper. → Read More

Lowrider fans pay their final respects to owner of Gypsy Rose in East LA

Fans paid their respects to the son of the man who designed one of the most famous cars in Los Angeles history. → Read More

Lincoln Heights teacher brings in over $15K in donations, LAUSD launches donation partnership

In a special assembly, a $15,000 donation was presented to Gates Street Elementary School in Lincoln Heights, the money coming from donorschoose.org. → Read More

Mexican-sushi chef from East L.A. owns 3 restaurants after serving time in prison, turning his life around

Frank Mendoza is a Mexican-sushi chef from East Los Angeles who owns 3 restaurants and manages 120 employees. His culinary journey started in 2010 after being released from prison. → Read More

East LA celebrates 73rd Mexican Independence Day parade

The 73rd East Los Angeles Mexican Independence Day Parade and Festival happened Sunday, the nation's largest and oldest Latin parade. → Read More

The Chicano Moratorium: Decades later, East LA anti-war movement still resonates

An organization based in Boyle Heights put on this year's 49th Chicano Moratorium Commemoration. → Read More

Cancer survivor helps East LA families who are battling cancer get ready for back to school

Dressed in pink, this breast cancer survivor has been helping East L.A. families who are battling cancer get ready for back to school. → Read More

PAWSITIVELY PURR-FECT: Pop-up kitty adoption lounge opens in downtown LA

This pop-up kitten lounge is litt-eraly one of the best ways to help with the kitten crisis. Tiny Beans opened up this summer in Downtown Los Angeles to help save and get 300 kittens adopted. → Read More

Medical mentorship program launched in East Los Angeles aims to reduce California physician shortage

AltaMed, in partnership with Charles Drew University, launched a youth mentorship program that aims to reduce the California physician shortage. → Read More

CONCHA CELEBRATION: Fans celebrate Mexican sweet bread at Concha Con

The concha, a Mexican sweet bread, was celebrated in Lincoln Heights at the third annual Concha Con. → Read More

South Gate students make history with hydrogen prototype vehicle, win world automotive competition

WORLD CHAMPS: A group of students from STEAM Legacy High School in South Gate won a world automotive championship and made history in the process by building the first-ever prototype fuel cell vehicle capable of running on pure H2 power. → Read More

SKID ROW HELP: Volunteers feed the homeless with 1,000 burritos

Volunteers make 1,000 burritos in Lincoln Heights to feed the homeless in Skid Row. They are part of the Burrito Project, an organization that has chapters across the U.S. and Canada. → Read More

South LA gay teen turned community leader through Latino Equality Alliance after coming out

Coming out of the closet is no easy task for many. For Latinx individuals, there are often additional cultural and religious struggles. → Read More

Construction begins on affordable-housing complex in East LA for homeless veterans

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