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Hippos have finally made their triumphant return to the Dallas Zoo! After one year of intense...

Following increased profits in property sales in 2016, Northern California’s housing market is...

A Heart Attack on the Metrolink Could Lead to Trains Equipped with Defibrillators

Since a man had a heart attack and died while riding a Metrolink train going to downtown Los Angeles, demand is growing for defibrillators to become standard equipment on trains.

LA Council Committee Unanimously Chooses Construction Fee to Boost Lower-Income Housing

The Los Angeles City Council’s Planning and Land Use Management Committee voted 5-0 in favor of a new construction fee that would be used to pay for affordable housing. Supporters of the fee believe it will give the city the needed funds to meet LA’s shortage of lower-income housing for the working poor and the homeless.

Bay Bridge to Close for Demolition

This fall, the California Department of Transportation will be closing the remains of Bay Bridge to resume demolition work, abc7 reports.

Chargers Look to Build Fanbase in Los Angeles

One of the bigger storylines during the 2017 NFL season will be about the Los Angeles Chargers. The Los Angeles Chargers will be playing their first season in Los Angeles after spending several decades in San Diego. During the prior off-season, the team made the very controversial decision to pack their bags and move north to the larger city. They became the second NFL franchise to move to Los Angeles after the Los Angeles Rams did the same thing that your prior.

Homelessness Increases in L.A. County as Support Comes From L.A. Voters

Homelessness is a national problem that affects everyone. Los Angeles and New York are at the top of the list; in New York City, over 73,000 were without shelter on any given night in 2016 and second to NYC is L.A. where almost 44,000 sleep on sidewalks, in cars and along the Los Angeles River every night.

Has Rocketship Education Launched the Next-Generation of Learning Models for America's Ailing Public Schools?

While many parents and even teachers complain about what is wrong with public education in America, one former teacher and principal decided to be the change that he thought was needed to improve the system. In 2007, Preston Smith co-founded a network of K-5 public charter schools that is called Rocketship Education. To date, Rocketship schools have been established in California, Tennessee, Washington D.C.



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