Veteran Broadcast Journalist Shares Career Experiences

Michael J. Arvizu
El Vaquero Staff Writer

April 27, 2001

He was there when bombs were falling in Kuwait during the Gulf War in 1991. He was there when Los Angeles was in the heat of riots sparked by the Rodney King beating trial in 1992. He was there when the ground snapped underneath...

Electricity Woes May Transfer to Local Communities

Sommere Hawkins
El Vaquero Staff Writer

April 27, 2001

Although Glendale, Pasadena, and Burbank operate under their own utility departments, they may still be affected by rolling blackouts as the summer months approach and energy demands rise. Since the beginning of the year, So...

Armenian Coalitions March For Genocide Recognition

Christine Aghakhani

April 27, 2001

Several blocks of Little Armenia in East Hollywood will be blocked off on April 24 for a Genocide March to commemorate the deaths of more than half a million people in the Ottoman Empire between 1915 to 1923. Many of those ex...

Mayoral Candidates Head Toward Runoff

Mark Zabala
El Vaquero Staff Writer

April 27, 2001

On June 5, voters will determine whether former State Assembly Speaker Antonio Villaraigosa or City Attorney James Hahn will become the next mayor of the second largest city in the nation - Los Angeles. Hahn and Villaraigosa, bo...

Approval of L.A. Bond May Result in Similar Bonds for Glendale

Eric Adams
El Vaquero Staff Writer

April 27, 2001

In the April 10 primary election for the City of Los Angeles, more than two-thirds of the voters passed Proposition A, a bond issue granting $1.245 billion for capital investment projects for the nine campuses of Los Angeles Community...

Armenian Genocide Remembered

El Vaquero Staff Writers

April 26, 2001

Armenian activists took to the streets and halls this past week, gathering citizens to bolster the Armenian Genocide recognition movement. On April 17, GCC students Anais Thomassian and Christopher Filippi, along with UC...