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LA City Council Calls for All Vehicles Sold in CA to be Zero-Emission by 2030
October 6, 2021
"We know that gasoline-powered vehicles are unequivocally worsening the climate crisis. In L.A., a city that is notorious for its reliance on cars, it's imperative that we take immediate action to decrease greenhouse gas emissions and really model leadership in boldly pursuing a sustainable, green economy,'' said Councilwoman Nithya Raman, who introduced the resolution. ... read more »
Bryan Takes Oath as New 54th District Assemblymember
July 1, 2021
As the 54th District assemblymember, Bryan will represent the neighborhoods of Baldwin Hills, Cheviot Hills, Crenshaw, Century City, Culver City, Ladera Heights, Mar Vista, Palms, Rancho Park, Westwood and sections of South Los Angeles and Inglewood.  ... read more »
SENATOR MARIA ELENA DURAZO ENDORSES HEATHER HUTT IN AD-54
April 15, 2021
Heather Hutt was born and raised in Los Angeles and has dedicated her life to Democratic activism, public service, and the community. Heather recently served as the first Black U.S. Senate State Director in California’s history, and in her capacity serving Senator Harris, was the principal representative among constituents and elected leaders throughout California. She used her position to stand up for women by bringing together healthcare professionals to discuss implicit bias in health care, especially for women and women of color as well as advocating for DACA recipients and fighting against the Trump Administration’s assault on Dreamers and immigrants. ... read more »
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Beulah Mae Calvert Passes Away
March 17, 2021
Beulah Mae Calvert (88) of Culver City, CA, passed away January 10, 2021. ... read more »
Former California State Director Heather Hutt Looks to Apply a Balanced Voice as She Runs for 54th District Assemblymember
March 4, 2021
Public service needs a balanced voice in leadership; former California State Director, Heather Hutt has devoted her focus to equity and proper representation in the halls of civic duty. She has been an amplified voice for Black women and wants to use her influence to bring on social change within the 54th District.   ... read more »
Cedars-Sinai Launches COVID-19 Testing at Three Urgent Care Clinics
December 10, 2020
Cedars-Sinai announced that it has launched COVID-19 testing at its three urgent care clinics in Playa Vista, Culver City and Beverly Hills. ... read more »
Cal State LA graduating student strives to help children feel understood
May 28, 2020
Brown, 34, will graduate in May with a Bachelor of Arts in Communicative Disorders from Cal State LA’s Rongxiang Xu College of Health and Human Services. She hopes to work as a speech language pathologist to help children in schools across Los Angeles. ... read more »
Covid-19 Is An Urgent Reminder That Food Insecurity Is a Pressing Problem
May 28, 2020
We knew many of our fellow Angelenos worked on the margins of the previously healthy economy, but that reality didn’t hit home until we saw reports that less than half of adults in Los Angeles County had a job post pandemic. We all probably had at least heard that minorities had worse health outcomes than white Americans, but perhaps that didn’t really register until statistics about the shockingly high death rates of black and Latinos from Covid-19 became reality.  ... read more »
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Chef Keith Corbin to Open New Restaurant in 2020
December 12, 2019
Watts native, Chef Corbin, is set to open a new restaurant while continuing to serve the community at Alta Adams. ... read more »
LAX Anticipates Another Record-Breaking Thanksgiving Holiday and Reminds Guests to Plan for Extra Time at The Airport
November 22, 2019
Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) is forecasting another record-setting Thanksgiving holiday travel period this year, with an estimated 3.21 million passengers during the 14 days surrounding the Thanksgiving holiday. That is roughly equivalent to 80% of the entire population of Los Angeles projected to travel through LAX this Thanksgiving holiday. Last year saw long lines and backed up traffic during peak days, and with more people expected and the addition of construction, this year is expected to be no different. It is vital for travelers to plan ahead and understand the new reality of how construction and record crowds will create challenging conditions at the nation's second-busiest airport this holiday season. ... read more »
Los Angeles Sentinel Ladera Little League 12U Team Has A Banner Year
July 26, 2019
The Ladera Little League 12U All-Star team had a banner-winning season, playing top-level baseball and thrilling their packed stands of family, friends, and current and former Ladera players, who all came out to cheer on the team. ... read more »
Culver City Council Plans to Assess Portion of Inglewood Oil Field
July 18, 2019
The amortization process will supply information for the city council to move forward with regulating their portion of the oil field. ... read more »
Los Angeles County Moves to Protect Endangered Museum Collection
May 2, 2019
Lawsuit filed after museum refused to vacate current location ... read more »
Assemblymember Sydney Kamlager-Dove’s Bill to Protect Children with Autism Moves Ahead in the State Legislature with Bipartisan Support
March 1, 2019
Assemblymember Sydney Kamlager-Dove’s (D-Los Angeles) bill, AB 189 (Kamlager-Dove) that would designate autism professionals as mandated reporters passed the Assembly Public Safety Committee  with unanimous support. The bill now heads to the Appropriations Committee. AB 189 clarifies that all Qualified Autism Service Practitioners (QASPs) are considered mandated reporters under the Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act (CANRA). Mandated reporters are people who are required by law to report known or suspected child maltreatment. ... read more »
L.A. Care Awards $3.6 Million for Physician Recruitment
January 25, 2019
L.A. Care Health Plan, the largest publicly-operated health plan in the country, has announced the first round of Provider Recruitment Program grants as part of its Elevating the Safety Net initiative. The mission of the $31 million initiative is to recruit highly-qualified primary care physicians to the Los Angeles County safety net. The safety net is comprised of health care providers who offer access to care regardless of a patient’s ability to pay, and whose patient population includes a substantial share of the Medicaid population and the uninsured.  ... read more »
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