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Candlelight Vigil Held for Robert ‘Bojangles’ Hollis
June 25, 2015
Mayor James T. Butts Announces $50,000 Reward for Crime Information ... read more »
Carson Election Causes Friction
June 25, 2015
Carson City clerk Jim Dear states that Jawane Hilton’s election to councilman was illegal and allegedly uses N-Word ... read more »
Black Leadership Divided over Vaccination Issue
June 25, 2015
Leadership within the African American community is divided over the issue of required immunizations in the State of California ... read more »
P. Diddy Arrested at UCLA
June 25, 2015
Rapper, actor, record producer and entrepreneur Sean Combs, also known as P. Diddy, was arrested this week at UCLA on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon, a university representative said. The weapon was a kettlebell, according to Phil Hampton of UCLA. ... read more »
Jussie Smollett Talks South Carolina Shooting and the importance of being honored by the Black AIDS Institute
June 25, 2015
Empire star Jussie Smollett was recently honored by the Black AIDS Institute during their annual "Heroes In The Struggle”(H.I.T.S) gala and awards presentation. H.I.T.S is a photographic tribute to Black Americans and their Allies who have made heroic contributions to the fight against HIV/AIDS. ... read more »
Hot Times in the City
June 24, 2015
Summer is officially here and Angelenos, as well as Californians in general, will have to face it with less water than in previous years. Less water, specifically due to new regulations laid out by Governor Jerry Brown earlier this spring but also, less water due to actual less water. ... read more »
State Water Board Presents Safe Drinking Water Plan to California Legislature
June 24, 2015
Recently, the State Water Resources Control Board shared its blueprint for supplying safe drinking water to all state residents with the delivery of the Safe Drinking Water Plan for California to the State Legislature. ... read more »
Mayor Sells DWP’s Coal Plant Shares
June 24, 2015
Mayor Eric Garcetti announced this week he has signed an agreement to sell off the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power’s share in a coal-fired energy plant in Arizona, ... read more »
Jury Hears Closing Arguments in Trial of Man Charged With Killing Man Who Was Dismembered
June 24, 2015
A prosecutor told jurors last week, the stabbing death of a man who was later dismembered in a downtown Los Angeles hotel room was ``overkill,'' while a defense attorney acknowledged that her client is ``responsible'' for the killing but disputed allegations that the victim was tortured and robbed. ... read more »
California Labor Commission rules that Uber driver is an employee, not contractor
June 24, 2015
A ruling in the case of a single Uber driver could have much broader implications for the popular ride-hailing service and for companies like it that rely on workers they see as independent contractors for on-demand services. ... read more »
Oprah’s Book Club Author Speaks on Narrative Therapy at African American Mental Health Conference
June 24, 2015
In what is perhaps a step towards changing the stigma of mental illness that persists in Black communities, Cynthia Bond, bestselling author of the critically acclaimed novel Ruby, was on hand at the African American Mental Health Conference last week to speak about the healing impact of narrative therapy. ... read more »
As Balloon Outages Soar, SCE Urges Responsible Celebrations of Dads, Grads and Newlyweds
June 24, 2015
Like bad weather, metallic balloons are a leading cause of power outages. Unlike bad weather, however, there’s an easy and cheap solution to the outages caused by stray balloons. ... read more »
Children of Fatal Crash Victim File Lawsuit
June 24, 2015
  The children of a pastor who died after a wrong-way car crash on the Antelope Valley (14) Freeway in Acton in 2013 are suing a Hollywood nightclub for allegedly returning the truck and keys back to the man accused of causing the accident even though he was intoxicated. ... read more »
Supreme Court Strikes Down Spot Check Ordinance for Hotels
June 24, 2015
Police say the ruling makes it hard to fight sex trafficking, drug dealing. The U.S. Supreme court recently struck down a Los Angeles ordinance that allowed the police to examine guest registries at hotels and motels anytime during the day or night. ... read more »
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