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Wildfire Impacts on California’s State Parks
August 10, 2018
California State Parks advises outdoor enthusiasts to plan carefully their next outdoor adventure in areas near wildfires. Some parks are closed, while others around the north Sacramento Valley and Sierra north of Calaveras County are impacted by smoke. Visitors with health issues or smoke sensitivity may want to reconsider visiting parks until the air quality improves. To ensure safety, the public is prohibited from entering closed areas. ... read more »
JUUL Labs Offers New Device to Help Smokers Monitor, Change Their Habits
August 9, 2018
Company also Launches Education Efforts to Combat Underage Use. ... read more »
No Charges Filed Against Ed Buck in Death of Gemmel Moore
August 2, 2018
New Video Shows White Democratic Donor Continued to Lure Young Black Gay Men with Money and Meth While Under Investigation for Homicide  ... read more »
SCAQMD Extends Smoke Advisory Due to Cranston Fire
July 27, 2018
A wildfire, named the Cranston Fire, is burning to the east of Hemet in Riverside County within the San Bernardino National Forest.  The burn area was last reported at 11,500 acres with three percent containment.  A second fire, called the Ribbon Fire, is burning to the west of Pinyon in Riverside County.  Southerly winds this morning will transition to an onshore flow this afternoon with predicted gusts up to 25 mph.  Winds will then transition to a northwesterly wind during the evening and overnight hours.  During the overnight and early morning hours, downslope winds might bring smoke into the valleys west of the fire.  ... read more »
Police Officer Fired Shot That Killed Trader Joe’s Worker at End of Chase 
July 26, 2018
The bullet that killed a Silver Lake Trader Joe's assistant manager during a police shootout with a man who took more than a dozen people hostage inside the store was fired by a police officer, not the suspect, Los Angeles police Chief Michel Moore confirmed today.  ... read more »
L.A. Sentinel Goes One-On-One with Newly Appointed LAPD Chief, Michel Moore  
July 26, 2018
This month, the Los Angeles Sentinel had the opportunity to conduct a sit-down interview with Los Angeles Police Department chief, Michel Moore regarding his new position and the departmental goals he hopes to accomplish during his tenure.  ... read more »
Assemblymember Miguel Santiago Announces Senior Scam Stopper Seminars
The Office of Assemblymember Miguel Santiago will be conducting a free seminar to educate seniors, family members, and concerned residents about scams, particularly scams targeting seniors. Attendees will be provided valuable tips, informational materials, and resources.  ... read more / view event »
Carson Facilities Open as ‘Cooling Centers’ During the Heat Wave This Weekend
July 5, 2018
Several facilities in the City of Carson have been designated as cooling stations for residents who do not have an air-conditioned home and wish to get a relief from the extreme heat. ... read more »
Appeals Court Upholds Death Sentence in 1997 Compton Double Murder 
July 5, 2018
An appeals court today upheld death sentences for two gang members, who were both convicted of a double murder during an attempted robbery in the summer of 1997. ... read more »
Protesters Arrested at Demonstration Outside Federal Immigration Office 
July 5, 2018
City Councilman Mike Bonin and 17 other demonstrators were arrested today during a protest outside Immigration and Customs Enforcement headquarters in downtown Los Angeles decrying the federal agency's handling of undocumented families entering the country.  ... read more »
West Angeles CDC Breaks Ground on New Affordable Housing Project
July 5, 2018
Sunny skies and beautiful weather were the perfect complement to the June 29 groundbreaking ceremony on a new affordable senior housing development for seniors and special needs residents. ... read more »
New LAPD Chief  Shares His Policing Vision with South L.A. Black Leaders
June 21, 2018
Continuing his meet-and-greets around the city, new LAPD Chief Michel Moore stopped by the L.A. Sentinel on June 19 and heard about the pressing policing concerns from South Los Angeles African American community representatives. ... read more »
L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti and LAPD’s New Police Chief, Michel Moore Tour South L.A.  
June 14, 2018
Last week, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti chose Los Angeles Police Department Assistant Chief Michel Moore as the department’s new chief to replace retiring officer Charlie Beck. ... read more »
Jury Awards 4 Cents To Family Of Black Man Killed By Deputy
June 7, 2018
Jurors who awarded only 4 cents to the family of a Black man fatally shot in his home by a deputy expressed confusion about the court's instructions as they struggled to reach a verdict. ... read more »
Tommy The Clown Launches “GoFundMe” Campaign Following the Tragic Death of Lamarrion “Lil Biz” UpChurch Member of TSquad
May 31, 2018
Tommy the Clown and the Tommy the Clown Foundation have launched a “GoFundMe” campaign to assist the family of Lamarrion “Lil BZ” Upchurch following his tragic passing on Sunday, May 13. Lamarrion was just 15 years old. “Lil BZ” (as he was affectionately known) was a member of “TSquad” dance crew for nearly five years. ... read more »
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