The September 20 article by Jennifer Bihm contains a significant inaccuracy in the headline and misleading statements in the article itself. The headline states that poor communities in Los Angeles “experience most fracking.” The fact is that hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, is not used at all anywhere in Los Angeles County. The term refers to a specific method of oil extraction which is not employed by any oil producers in the Los Angeles region. While oil production remains an important part of LA’s economy, the energy that is produced here is done under the strictest health, environmental and safety regulations in the world. ... read more »
CORRECTION: Last week, the Sentinel reported on the amazing performance of Frankie Beverly and Maze but, incorrectly reported that Frankie Beverly was recovering from throat cancer. His publicist Reve Gibson contacted us to set the record straight and said that… “Frankie Beverly has never had throat cancer.” ... read more »
In the June 1, 2017 Edition of The Los Angeles Sentinel we featured an Editorial story titled "Why Mayor Aja Brown Deserves Our Vote". In this editorial the writer made certain allegations about the Mayors opponent Fmr. Compton Mayor Omar Bradley and his family that were factually incorrect and did not meet the Sentinels historical standard of excellence and was just simply wrong. The truth is Omar Bradley nor any of his family members were ever charged with any crimes related to the solid waste scandal and trying to link Mr. Bradley or any of his family members to this crime is just unfair and should have never been a part of our story. ... read more »
The July 14, 2016 edition featured an article titled “Black People Will Never Get Justice Until We Change The Law Enforcement Bill of Rights”. The article featured a graphic that displayed several photos of victims who encountered police brutality and photos of the police officers that committed the violent acts. ... read more »
Vote YES on PROPOSITION A!
This week’s L.A. Sentinel Voters slate incorrectly stated that we encouraged you to vote No on Proposition A.
This was an editorial mistake and the L.A. ... read more »
In an article in the Sentinel entitled “Audrey Collins, the Chief Judge,” it was mistakenly stated: “Judge Audrey Collins is the first African American to occupy that office.” ... read more »
Galaxy midfielder Cobi Jones leads three Black players who were selected to play in tonight’s Sierra Mist Major League Soccer All-Star Game at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City, ... read more »