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L.A. Metro Marks 10th Year of Service to Rose Parade
December 28, 2013
The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) will mark its 10th official year of Metro Rail service to the 2014 Tournament of Roses Parade® celebrations this New Year’s Day, ... read more »
Lakers Lock-up Kobe Bryant for Close to $50 Million
November 28, 2013
DONE DEAL: The Lakers superstar Kobe Bryant has already returned to practice after suffering a torn Achilles tendon in April and now he will finish his career with the team after signing a two-year 48.5 million-contract extension on Monday November 25. ... read more »
Marissa Alexander Hopes for Bond After Being Imprisoned Over Two Years
November 28, 2013
Marissa Alexander enters the courtroom for her bond hearing Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2013, in Jacksonville, Fla. Alexander is getting a new trial after a court overturned her 20-year prison sentence for firing what she called a warning shot at her husband. ... read more »
Putting ‘Thanks’giving In The Community
November 28, 2013
Multiple organizations make sure the community has a Thanksgiving every year. Every year, there are needy families across the nation that can’t afford Thanksgiving. In the Crenshaw district and surrounding areas, ... read more »
4th Annual South Los Angeles Health & Human Rights Convening To Be Held In Celebration of International Human Rights Day
November 28, 2013
Coalition to make announcement on major funding initiative addressing health disparities through wellness trust in Los Angeles  On Tuesday, December 10, hundreds of policymakers, community leaders, ... read more »
Margo Batie in action on the rugby field.
November 28, 2013
MIT senior, Margo Batie Photo by ALLEGRA BOVERMA MIT senior Margo Batie plays hard on the rugby field and works hard in the physics lab. Studying both physics and nuclear science and engineering at MIT is no small challenge, ... read more »
November 28, 2013
A man suspected of shooting an Inglewood police officer responding to a domestic dispute who then holed up inside a home with two hostages for more than eight hours surrendered tonight.     ... read more »
View of Park is Clear Thanks to Watts Resident Ronald Antwine’ s vision will soon become a reality
November 28, 2013
The week of Thanksgiving is reserved for family feast and gatherings large and small, but for lifelong Watts residents Ronald Antwine this annual holiday ritual will be particularly special because it be the last one before ground breaks on a new park right outside his door steps. ... read more »
FAME Hosts ‘Welcome Back Reception’ for The Boyds
November 28, 2013
On Thursday, November 14, all roads led to Charles R. Drew University as First African Methodist Episcopal Church (FAME), Drew University President David M. Carlisle, city officials, ... read more »
Historic Footage Airs on Jubilee Showcase Anniversary Show
November 28, 2013
Fifty years ago, Sid Ordower stepped out on faith to pitch a gospel show featuring African American acts to television broadcasters. With civil rights conflicts at its height and race relations deteriorating fast, ... read more »
Shepherd Headlines 1st Ladies Luncheon
November 28, 2013
First ladies from across Los Angeles County converged on the Beverly Wilshire Hotel on November 16 for the Third Annual First Ladies Health Initiative Luncheon (FLHI).   ... read more »
King Jesus Bible Way COGIC Holds Women’s Day
November 28, 2013
First Lady Margie Houston (left) led a spirit-filled Women’s Day service on November 17, at King Jesus Bible Way Church of God in Christ in Los Angeles. ... read more »
Words of the Week – When I Think, I Thank
November 28, 2013
Thanksgiving has two good words. They are “thanks” and “giving.” The word “thanks” means a good feeling that you have towards someone who has helped you and given something to you. ... read more »
Call 2 Worship – November 28
November 28, 2013
Ruach Christian Community Fellowship participates in the 43rd Annual Mozel Sanders Thanksgiving Dinner on November 28 with worship service at 10 a.m., and dinner for 300 people at 11 a.m., ... read more »
November 28, 2013
A Los Angeles jury recently concluded that Jabari Jumaane, 53, an African-American firefighter who has been with the Los Angeles City Fire Department for 27-years had been the victim of racial discrimination, ... read more »

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