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One week after a statue of Junipero Serra, founder of the initial nine of California’s 21 missions, was pulled down by protesters at Olvera Street in downtown Los Angeles, a local protest march was held on Saturday, June 2, ending at the site of another statue of Serra located at Brand Park in Mission Hills.

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Of the more than 11,700 Matadors eligible to graduate from California State University, Northridge in May, six individuals were singled out for special recognition as outstanding graduating students. And if all goes well and it’s safe to do so, CSUN will fete these honorees in person at the university’s Commencement ceremonies at year’s end.

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LOS ANGELES (CNS) — The Los Angeles Unified School District Board of Education has approved an immediate 35% cut to its school police force, a reduction of $25 million, in response to weeks of…

Preceded by Aztec Dancers, some 100 relatives, friends and supporters of two Latinos killed by Los Angeles Police Department officers in the past six months took their grievances over the lack…

Hemmed in by COVID-19 rules that limit inside capacity to only 60 percent, restaurants are looking at adding more sidewalk dining to increase seating.

More than 11,700 students were eligible to walk across the stage as a Cal State University, Northridge graduate, and celebrate the completion of a major milestone in their educational journeys.

This obelisk monument located at Warner Park in Woodland Hills was spray-painted with initials “BLM” on more than one side. The obelisk lists past winners of “The Fernando Awards,” given to lo…

LOS ANGELES (CNS) — Los Angeles county officials are generating some buzz for National Mosquito Control Awareness Week to remind residents to protect themselves from the biting insect and the …

The pandemic forces people to adapt and make changes and that’s what the family of Mary Louise Lopez did on Sunday, June 21, organizing a drive-through party to celebrate Lopez’s 100th birthday.

Ed. note: The COVID-19 pandemic was a game-changer and a game-ender for many City Section and Southern Section prep athletes. Football and girls volleyball, which are played in the fall, were …

More than 11,700 students were eligible to walk across the stage as a Cal State University, Northridge graduate. But they also head into a new and uncertain job market due to the health pandemic.

As more local families return to life after quarantine and new data shows a spike in COVID cases as more businesses reopen,  doctors are urging families to step out safely this summer by follo…

Los Angeles police Officer Michael Jason Scott was early into his shift, checking up on San Fernando Gardens in Pacoima as one of his community stops, when a young boy ran over to his patrol c…

Protesters from the Justice LA coalition placed roses in front of the Hall of Justice in downtown Los Angeles to show their support for victims of state violence inside and outside of the LA c…

After two weeks of daily protests sparked by the death of George Floyd, an unarmed African American man who died while a Minneapolis police officer knelt on his neck, many are asking, what’s next?

Cassandra Minton, owner of the Bleu Full Service Salon in Sylmar, reopened her shop last week after nearly three months of being closed because of the COVID-19 pandemic. When she did, she step…