- Second District
In an effort to give Los Angeles County residents the best health care services possible, Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas would like to see a single unified county electronic health record system that will reduce duplication of records and increase communication between county health departments.
Hundreds of high school students from across South and East Los Angeles gathered downtown Thursday to get smart about their sexual health – and have fun while learning.
On Thursday, The Metro Board of Directors approved a landmark proposal to set aside 35 percent of all apartments and condos built on land owned by Metro for affordable housing.
Over the past six years, approximately $4-billion has been invested in more than 160 projects throughout communities in the Second District. An estimated 40,000 jobs will be generated as a result of these investments.
This is your chance to speak up on civilian oversight of the Sheriff’s Department. This Monday, the working group appointed by the Board of Supervisors to recommend the powers and responsibilities of the soon-to-be-created Civilian Oversight Commission…Read more
Once again, Walt Disney Concert Hall is reverberating with a different kind of music: the joyous laughter of little kids. The world-renowned Los Angeles Philharmonic orchestra is providing a series of free concerts to about 12,000…Read more
Veronica Zuniga coaches a softball team at Victoria Park in Carson, but she’s doing much more than showing girls how to pitch, catch and throw. She teaches them teamwork, sportsmanship and civic engagement. Over at…Read more
Too many Metro travelers have experienced some form of sexual harassment over the last six months, including unwanted touching, indecent exposure and/or inappropriate comments. And so, to bring attention to the problem, the Los Angeles…Read more
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors has asked for a far ranging audit to delve deeper into the Probation Department’s budget, recruitment, hiring and promotional practices. In addition, the audit will look into the…Read more
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors has set aside nearly $7 million to address child sex trafficking as part of the 2015-2016 budget. The funds are expected to be used for sex trafficking prevention…Read more
Thousands of job seekers thronged the 5th Annual Spring Into Summer Hiring Spree in Carson on Wednesday. Starbucks, Best Buy, Sears, JC Penney, Chipotle, See’s Candy, El Pollo Loco, T-Mobile, Goodwill and Jiffy Lube were just…Read more