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LOS ANGELES COUNTY ENCOURAGES RESIDENTS TO PREPARE FOR INCOMING WINTER STORMS
February 16, 2017
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration National Weather Service (NWS) Los Angeles/Oxnard office is forecasting a series of winter storms, scheduled to sweep through the Los Angeles County Operational Area Friday, February 17 through Saturday, February 18. These storms are expected to bring heavy rain and possibly thunderstorms that may trigger mud/debris flows in recent burn areas, urban flooding and strong winds that may down trees and power lines. The NWS Los Angeles/Oxnard office has also issued Flash Flood Watches for the Los Angeles County basin as well as the coast, valleys, and mountains areas that are in effect until Saturday, February 18. ... read more »
Measure S is Bad for Our Community
February 15, 2017
Measure S would completely put a stop to the building of any type of low or affordable housing for veterans, seniors, the homeless ... read more »
A Helping Hand For The Community
February 15, 2017
“Our company promotes empowerment, education and growth,” she adds. ... read more »
Taking The Lid Off Greatness 
February 15, 2017
 “I've made some of the same mistakes multiple times, but I never let my mistakes outnumber my attempts at a greater me.”  ... read more »
Rebranding, Rebuilding, Remodeling: Daryl Gross’ Fresh Approach to Cal State LA Athletics  
February 15, 2017
In this new year with a significant and change in the political climate, California State University Los Angeles is following suit by moving in a different direction with the hiring of its’ new Athletic Director, Dr. Daryl Gross. ... read more »
UCLA, LAUSD sign agreement for Horace Mann UCLA Community School
February 15, 2017
South Los Angeles school aims to repeat successes of previous partnership in Koreatown ... read more »
Autism and Law Enforcement: New ‘Spectrum Shield’ Program Addresses Concerns
February 15, 2017
Members of the LAPD and other law enforcement officers joined a group of teens and young adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) January 27-29 for a weekend of training at “Beyond the Label” ranch. ... read more »
Allensworth, Black Pride of California
February 15, 2017
One of the first towns of California was founded by Blacks for a new beginning ... read more »
Areva Martin Receives Prestigious James Irvine Foundation Leadership Award  
February 15, 2017
Areva Martin, Esq. was presented with the 2017 James Irvine Foundation Award on Thursday, February 9 for her work with Special Needs Network, Inc., Los Angeles' premier autism advocacy and health organization. ... read more »
Sentinel Endorses Curren D. Price for 9th District Councilman
February 15, 2017
Price is devoted to improving the socioeconomic status of low-income families and children ... read more »
City Council Committee Opposes Historic Designation for Parker Center
February 9, 2017
A City Council committee voted Tuesday February ,  against designating Parker Center, the Los Angeles Police Department's former headquarters, an historic monument. ... read more »
Supervisors Promise Transparency in Homeless Tax Spending
February 9, 2017
Supervisors Mark Ridley-Thomas and Sheila Kuehl proposed "an inclusive planning process which draws on the experience, expertise and wisdom of cities, homeless service providers and experts, the faith and business communities, formerly homeless individuals and county departments." ... read more »
African American Charter Public School Parents, Alumni, Teachers, Students and Leaders to Push Back Against NAACP’s Moratorium on Charter Schools
February 9, 2017
African American charter parents, alumni, teachers, leaders, students and community members will gather outside Los Angeles Police Department Headquarters for a press conference on Thursday  February 9, to tell the National Association of Colored People (NAACP) that charter schools are transforming lives in their neighborhoods. ... read more »
City Approves $1.5 million Settlement in Lawsuit Over Police Shooting of Ezell Ford
February 9, 2017
Los Angeles City Council approved a $1.5 million payment to settle a lawsuit filed by the parents of Ezell Ford over his fatal shooting by police in 2014. ... read more »
City Council Approves 3 Motions Counteracting Trump’s Immigration Policies
February 8, 2017
The Los Angeles City Council Wednesday approved three motions aimed at counteracting new federal policies on immigration ... read more »
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