Thursday, October 22, 2020
Emeritus Professor of the University of Southern California (USC) Dr. Don J. Ramón Araluce-Cuenca passed away on August 2 Dr. J. Ramón Araluce in 1970. Photo: Provided by César López, Scripps College / Courtesy He Dr. Don J....
Firefighters have made significant progress in the last week controlling the flames and putting out the blaze Almost a month after its onset in the mountains of the Angeles National Forest in eastern Los Angeles County,...
The Board of Supervisors plans to make changes to the budget to inject more money and avoid layoffs The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors plans review this Tuesday the county budget to raise planned...
The South City of Los Angeles program will receive applications until October 9 Since last Monday the residents of the city ​​of Maywood in Los Angeles County, they can start submitting their financial assistance applications. The city,...
Grupo Armadillos says its goal is to recover lost people from our community By: Manuel Ocaño / Special for La Opinion September 29, 2020 Brothers Alejandro and César Ortigoza They had volunteered in search groups for migrants lost...
A man seeking to reward low-income children talks about the solidarity of Latinos in Hispanic Heritage Month Tito Rodríguez decided to become the Santa Claus of the neighborhood and bring low-income children the gifts he never...
Alán and Roberto bring them El Piscador, a compound run to recognize the farm workers Led by a guitarist, the musical duet formed by the brothers Alán and Roberto Lara Meza went to the strawberry fields...
Joe Collins, a native of South Central Los Angeles and a proud US war veteran, is determined to represent California's 43rd District which covers areas such as South Los Angeles, Torrance, Lomita and Harbor City...
The pandemic has diminished the earnings of thousands of immigrants, but nevertheless remittances to relatives do not stop Many took advantage of a rise in the price of the peso to send remittances this Monday. Photo: Ana...
They agree to pay $ 1.3 million to a contractor who accused them of favoring companies that contribute to councilor campaigns The City of San Bernardino agreed to pay $ 1.3 million to Manny Acosta, owner...