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Recent articles by Eric:

WWII Air Force pilot's remains return home to LA nearly 80 years later

Scientists identified the remains of WWII pilot Lieutenant Ernest Roth in 2020. His family greeted the plane carrying his remains at LAX in late August. → Read More

Suspect killed by police, 2 victims hurt after shooting at Redondo Beach Pier

A gunman was shot and killed by police following a shooting at the Redondo Beach Pier in which a juvenile and one other person were injured, and a motive is still under investigation. → Read More

CSU students return to campus with vaccine requirement in place

After more than a year of mostly remote learning, thousands of students within the California State University system headed back into classrooms on Monday. → Read More

LAUSD hoping for smoother return to campus after long lines, delays on first day

The Los Angeles Unified School District is hoping things run much smoother for returning to campus for the second day of the new school year. → Read More

Nearly $15 million allocated to restore historic Breed Street Shul in Boyle Heights

The historic Breed Street Shul in Boyle Heights is a Los Angeles monument and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. → Read More

Village for Vets nonprofit help homeless, at-risk vets in Los Angeles navigate VA services

The nonprofit Village for Vets was created to help homeless and at-risk veterans in Los Angeles access a wide range of support services, making sure they don't fall through the cracks. → Read More

South Gate mom says fireworks caused blaze that destroyed Girl Scouts' storage unit

A South Gate mother says a firework sparked a blaze, which ripped through a storage area that housed supplies belonging to a Girl Scout troop. → Read More

Huntington Beach brings back Fourth of July festival after pandemic hiatus

Huntington Beach city officials celebrated the return of their long-standing annual Fourth of July festival. → Read More

South LA explosion: Evacuees return home to recover belongings after fireworks blast

Authorities escorted residents to get their belongings, such as medication, pets and other critical items after a powerful explosion rocked a South L.A. neighborhood. → Read More

Beach report: 1 LA County beach makes list for worst water quality

Heal the Bay is a nonprofit organization based in Los Angeles that released a new report ranking California beaches from best to worst water quality using data from Summer 2020. → Read More

After being stuck in South El Monte for 15 months, Mexican-traveling circus makes triumphant return

A traveling circus from Guadalajara, Mexico has been stranded in South El Monte for the past 15 months because of the pandemic. On Thursday, the circus is reopening with a new show. → Read More

Long Beach officials unveil new Pride lifeguard tower after original one burned down

Long Beach city officials unveiled a new Pride tower on Thursday. The original one was burned in March and is being investigated as arson. → Read More

Boyle Heights Memorial Day ceremony honors WWII vet after remains discovered nearly 80 years later

The 74th annual memorial day ceremony at Cinco Puntos in Boyle Heights honored the lives of our fallen heroes. → Read More

Street vendor, a father of four, recovering after being shot in series of armed robberies in Watts

A street vendor is recovering after he was shot in the stomach. According to LAPD, two juveniles were arrested in connection with the shooting and two other armed robberies. → Read More

Amazon partnership to open hundreds of jobs for LAUSD graduates from low-income families

Los Angeles Unified School District Superintendent Austin Beutner announced a groundbreaking partnership with Amazon on Monday in which hundreds of jobs will be made available for high school graduates from low-income families. → Read More

New large-scale neon mural in downtown LA addresses themes of mental well-being

A large-scale neon mural was installed at La Plaza de Cultura y Artes in downtown Los Angeles. → Read More

Mariachis serenade moms in Boyle Heights on Mother's Day

Día de las Madres: Events were held across Southern California to celebrate moms on Monday. That's because Mother's Day in Mexico, El Salvador and Guatemala is celebrated annually on May 10. → Read More

Boyle Heights artist hopes artwork sends strong message to the world

Gajin Fujita, a Boyle Heights native, hopes his artwork sends a strong message to the world. → Read More

Remembering Selena: CA muralists reflect on Selena's 'timeless' impact

California muralists reflect on Selena Quintanilla's impact and how she inspired them with their artwork of her. → Read More

Remembering Selena: California muralists reflect on Selena's 'timeless' impact

California muralists reflect on Selena Quintanilla's impact and how she inspired them with their artwork of her. → Read More