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  • Budget cuts: L.A. County court system to lay off 350 employees

     
    The Los Angeles County Court system is expected to lay off some 350 employees in June and "restructure" more than 50 courtrooms because of deep cuts in court funding by the state, according to a memo obtained Tuesday by the the Times....
  • Downey woman sentenced to federal prison for wire fraud

     
    A Downey woman has been sentenced to nearly five years in federal prison for running a scheme that collected $1 million from investors who believed their money was paying for Christian rock concerts and real estate investments....
  • L.A. mayor candidate Perry claims corruption in redistricting fight

     
    L.A. mayoral candidate Jan Perry sent out a sharply worded campaign email laced with accusations of corruption on Tuesday. But she wasn’t attacking City Councilman Eric Garcetti, City Controller Wendy Greuel or any of her other opponents in next...
  • Man killed in Honduras prison fire was deported despite court stay

     
    Los Angeles immigration agents are reviewing why a Honduran man who died in a massive prison fire was sent back to his native country weeks after receiving a stay of deportation....
  • Are immigrants deported despite court orders halting their removal?

     
    Nelson Javier Avila Lopez was deported by the U.S. to Honduras in October despite a court order barring his removal. Now it turns out that Lopez, 20, was among the estimated 360 trapped inmates killed in a massive Honduran prison......
  • Columnist: Immigrant rights community must react to Mexico migrant massacre

     
    The massacre in Mexico of 72 migrants bound for the U.S. should be met with outrage and introspection by immigrant-rights groups, but has so far been met mostly with silence, Hector Tobar argues in a Thursday column in The Times. The columnist writes that...
  • WikiLeaks on Latin America: Honduras coup 'illegal'

     
    The June 2009 coup that ousted Honduran President Manuel Zelaya was rooted in an "illegal and unconstitutional" military and civilian plan, says one of the secret U.S. diplomatic cables published online by WikiLeaks. The cable, dated July 24, 2009, and...
  • Obama mourns David Kato, prominent African gay rights advocate beaten to death

     
    LGBT news. David Kato dead. David Kato murdered in Uganda....
  • Rohrabacher, Righeimer defend Honduras visit

    COSTA MESA — U.S. Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-Huntington Beach) on Tuesday defended an unusual trip he made to Honduras with now-Costa Mesa Councilman Jim Righeimer. The trip was discussed in U.S. diplomatic cables released by WikiLeaks and published...
  • Dauphin Co. doctor says violence in Afghanistan will not stop his medical mission trips

    Dauphin Co. doctor says violence in Afghanistan will not stop his medical mission trips
    Recent violence in Afghanistan, that resulted in the death of Lancaster County nurse, Glen Lapp, is especially disturbing to a Dauphin County doctor. He makes at least four medical mission trips each year, all around the world. Doctor Domingo Alvear...
  • Gas Station Employee Murdered

    Gas Station Employee Murdered
    Someone blew away a gas station employee in Kenner. Friends and family want justice. Carlos Sosa is stocking the Shell gas station at Williams and 25th Street with cold drinks. It's the job that his employee Jose Caballero used to do. "Basically he...
  • Mayor Landrieu Welcomes President Lobo And Honduran Delegation

    Mayor Landrieu Welcomes President Lobo And Honduran Delegation
    Today, Mayor Mitch Landrieu and city officials welcomed President Porfirio Lobo Sosa of Honduras to New Orleans. President Lobo and a delegation from Honduras are visiting New Orleans for the second time this year, this time to sign a Memorandum of...