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Downey’s favorite ethicist Michael Josephson dropped from radio

The KNX news radio station has dropped ethicist Michael Josephson from its lineup, according to reports from radio industry sites. Josephson daily told anecdotes that encouraged readers to consider the…

710 Freeway to close again this weekend

The 710 Freeway will completely closed a few times this weekend due to construction work. The first closure between Atlantic Boulevard and the 105 Freeway starts  from midnight tonight and…

FBI raids offices of developer working with Downey on low-income apartments

The Inland Valley Daily Bulletin is reporting that the FBI raided the offices of National Community Renaissance, the developer working with Downey to build apartments at the site of the…

Dino’s chicken to open on Telegraph Road

Dino’s chicken to open on Telegraph Road

Dino’s chicken, famous for serving a big hunk of  bird meat on a  bed of soggy, spicy french fries, is opening at Passons Boulevard and Telegraph Road. The chain has…

M 4.1 earthquake shakes desert communities

A magnitude 4.1 earthquake shook the area near Yucaipa and Redlands this morning. The earthquake struck about 7:45 this morning about 10 miles below the surface of the earth, according…

Hydrant sheared in Lakewood Boulevard crash

DOWNEY – A swerving driver sheared off  a fire hydrant and was injured during a  crash about 2 p.m. Tuesday at Lakewood Boulevard and Cecilia Street. The driver of a…

Police to file murder charges on Telegraph Road apartment slaying, extradition of accused killer still pending

DOWNEY – Police plan to file murder charges today against Gary Anthony Chavez, a 44-year-old Downey man suspected of killing 31-year-old Alvina Jimenez of South Gate. Jimenez’s body was found…

With earmarks gone, Gateway cities slash federal lobbying budget in half

A coalition of area cities this month cut their federal lobbying budget in half. The Gateway Cities Council of Governments at its September meeting reduced monthly payments to lobbyist Edington,…

Temperatures in the low-to-mid 80s expected all week

The National Weather Service is predicting a high of 85 today, and for  temperatures to drop slowly throughout the rest of the week. Friday is expected to be the coolest…