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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

Los Angeles' source for breaking news and live streaming video online. Covering Los Angeles, Orange County and all of the greater Southern California area. → Read More

Ivy League-bound students from East LA plan on returning to better the community

Three top students in East Los Angeles - heading to Harvard, Brown and Dartmouth - hope to return one day and work on making their community a better place. → Read More

Boyle Heights taco truck gets love from Chrissy Teigen

Chrissy Teigen is known for being a foodie on social media, and her favorite taco spot is in Boyle Heights. → Read More

Chrissy Teigen's favorite taco spot is in Boyle Heights

Chrissy Teigen is known for being a foodie on social media, and her favorite taco spot is Boyle Heights. → Read More

Chrissy Teigen's favorite taco is in Boyle Heights

Chrissy Teigen is known for being a foodie on social media and her taco spot is Boyle Heights. → Read More

Tiny Selena fans in Boyle Heights learn about her legacy

A group of over 100 transitional kinder and kindergarten students from Euclid Avenue Elementary in Boyle Heights are famous for their cumbia steps. → Read More

Mother battling cancer surprised with mariachi serenade on Dia de las Madres

In Southern California, Latinos carry the tradition of serenading moms with mariachi music. Mariachi Orgullo Jaliciense, a Boyle Heights group, was hired to surprise Maria Arellano, who is battling cancer, with a serenade Friday morning. → Read More

Boyle Heights woman finishes Boston Marathon while 8 months pregnant

Saying 'I ran the Boston Marathon' is easier said than done. Now put yourself in the shoes of Lizzette Perez, 34, who finished the marathon while being 8 months pregnant. → Read More

LAPD Hollenbeck division offers free VIN etching to combat car theft

Car theft is the number one crime in America, especially in Los Angeles, experts say. → Read More

Lincoln Heights park's green design helps improve LA's water quality

Tucked away in Lincoln Heights, right next to the Los Angeles River, a new patch of green, ten years in the making. → Read More

Tour resurrects history of lost cemeteries of Los Angeles

What was once lost and buried deep in the sprawling city of angels is now being resurrected, thanks to a group of local historians. → Read More

Cal State LA bans plastic bags and straws on campus

Starting this week, California State University, Los Angeles has banned the use of some plastic items on campus for sustainability. → Read More

Cal State Los Angeles bans plastic on campus

Starting this week, California State University, Los Angeles has banned the use of some plastic items on campus for sustainability. → Read More