Police officers are passing out fliers informing drug users on Skid Row about the dangers of the synthetic drug Spice in the wake of two mass illness breakouts that prompted county health officials this week to warn all residents against using the illicit drug. ... read more »
A Metro county sales tax measure aimed at raising revenue to build, operate and maintain public transportation projects was officially certified by the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder for the Nov. 8 ballot. ... read more »
Two men who allegedly walked around an Inglewood neighborhood wearing camouflage and body armor were charged recently with carrying assault rifles, the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office announced. ... read more »
Some weeks back I wrote to you regarding transgender (LGBT) rights in U.S. public schools. The way that came about was that President Obama administration issued a directive on transgender rights to public schools from the U.S. Departments of Education and Justice. ... read more »
John King Jr. is touting a network of magnet schools as one model for achieving the kind of diversity he has been pushing for as American schools have been growing more racially segregated. ... read more »
In an interview with The Associated Press, St. Anthony Police Chief Jon Mangseth sketched a portrait at odds with the image of the officer screaming expletives while pointing his gun at the dying man in the video. ... read more »
To the average mind, a link between faith and quilting is hazy at best. But, the Rev. Judi Wortham-Sauls clearly sees a connection.
“Just like God use us as ordinary people to do extraordinary things, ... read more »
Ward Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) has partnered with Integral to transform the historic Casa de Rosas into a campus for homeless single-parent veterans.
During a Ground Blessing Ceremony ceremony on August 22, ... read more »