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Skid Row homeless 65 and older receive COVID-19 vaccine

In February, medical staff started vaccinating the homeless community aged 65 and older in Skid Row with the COVID-19 vaccine. → Read More

Boyle Heights boy who helped dad sell flowers receives $40K in GoFundMe funds

An 8-year-old boy started helping his unemployed dad sell flowers this summer to help his family make ends meet. Since then, they've received an outpouring of support. → Read More

East LA family moves from shed to apartment, thanks to money from 8-year-old son's plant business

An East LA family of four moved out of a shed and into an apartment after their 8-year-old started his own plant business. → Read More

LA County expands voting locations in Huntington Park following city plea for more resources

Los Angeles County officials have added two mobile vote centers in the city of Huntington Park that will be open for voters on Election Day. → Read More

Affordable apartment complex opens in East LA for homeless, low-income families

A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held at the grand opening of an affordable housing complex in East Los Angeles. → Read More

City of Montebello turns 100 years old

The mayor of Montebello shared some of the city's highlights since its inception-which happened 100 years ago. → Read More

South LA stand sweetens up traditional aguas frescas into confectionary concoctions

Michefresca King, an aguas frescas or sweet drinks stand, is taking traditional Hispanic beverages and sweetening up their own version. → Read More

Here's what you need to know about the 2020 Census

The U.S. Census Bureau has changed the deadline for completing the 2020 Census a few times - here we explain why and what you need to know about the Census. → Read More

Billboard campaign motivates East LA residents to complete census

East LA area artists participated in a billboard campaign to encourage residents to complete the census. → Read More

Woman raises more than $40K for father, 8-year-old son selling flowers in Boyle Heights

When Edgar Machic Jr.'s father lost his job due to the coronavirus pandemic, the 8-year-old started helping his dad make a living by selling flowers on Ceasar Chavez Boulevard in Boyle Heights. → Read More

US veterans help South Gate seniors in need with care packages amid COVID-19 crisis

The American Legion, operated by U.S. veterans, Post #335 in South Gate took the initiative to make and deliver care packages to local seniors in need amid the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

South Gate brother-sister duo create candle business that reflects their culture

In the garage of a South Gate home, a brother and sister started their own candle business and sell scents that reflect upon their culture and upbringing. → Read More

Highland Park corn man retires after 23 years

A Highland Park corn man has decided to retire after 23 years. He says love and gentrification are among the top reasons why. → Read More

Downey school holds memorial assembly to help students cope with grief

Lakers jerseys, hugs and tears. This was the emotional scene at a memorial assembly at Warren High School in Downey following the tragic helicopter crash that claimed the life of Kobe Bryant, his 13-year-old daughter Gianna and seven others. → Read More

Ex-gang member earns master's, creates nonprofit to help homeless on Skid Row

An ex-gang member from Huntington Park, who served five prison terms, turned his life around and is now helping others. He went back to school to get his master's and created a nonprofit to help the homeless on Skid Row. → Read More

East Los Latina Surfers Start Courage Camps for Aspiring Latino Surfers

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

Car club trucks dance through SoCal lit up for Christmas

Dancing beds light up the streets of SoCal for Christmas; NuMinis SoCal Car Club making a comeback → Read More

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