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Teen, Man and Woman Wounded in South LA Shooting
January 3, 2022
Three people were wounded when an argument led to a shooting in the Vermont Knolls area of South Los Angeles, authorities said today.  ... read more »
David Ford Named to American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network’s National Board of Directors
December 30, 2021
The American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN) announces three new members and the newly-elected leadership officers to the Board of Directors, including David Ford. ... read more »
LA Zoo Receives $1 Million Anonymous Donation for Conservation Efforts
December 28, 2021
The nonprofit that supports the Los Angeles Zoo announced today that an anonymous donor gave $1 million to help the zoo fund its first Conservation Strategic Plan, a five-year effort to put into action the zoo's pledge to protect animals, plants and habitats. ... read more »
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CHP Announces End-of-Year Crackdown on Impaired Drivers Ahead of New Year’s
December 28, 2021
An end-of-year crackdown targeting drunken and drug-impaired drivers in Los Angeles County will begin Friday. ... read more »
City of LA, Metro Team Up To Launch Cyber Security Mobile Phone App
December 28, 2021
The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority announced today it has teamed up with the city of Los Angeles to launch a free mobile security app -- to protect people in L.A. County from cybersecurity threats on public WiFi systems. ... read more »
Two UC Irvine Men’s Basketball Games Called Off Due To COVID-19 Protocols
December 27, 2021
UC Irvine's men's basketball games against Cal State Northridge and UC Santa Barbara will not be played at this time due to COVID-19 protocols, the university announced today. ... read more »
“Reclaiming My Time”: Ed Chief Thurmond Weighs Successes, Setbacks
December 23, 2021
When Tony Thurmond, State Superintendent of Public Instruction (SSPI) was elected in 2018, he became the second African American in the office since the 1849 California Constitution established it.  ... read more »
Metro Offering Free Rides On Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve
December 21, 2021
As a measure to help Angelenos get around the city safely during the holidays, Metro announced today that people can ride trains and buses for free on Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve. ... read more »
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Judge Mulls Parts of Harassment, Retaliation Suit vs. Inglewood Mayor
December 21, 2021
A judge said today that he is taking under submission three claims within a lawsuit brought by a former girlfriend and executive assistant of Inglewood Mayor James Butts Jr. who alleges she was wrongfully fired in 2019 and that the mayor acted ``every bit like a Black Donald Trump.'' ... read more »
Jury Begins Deliberating Cop’s Case in Daunte Wright Death
December 21, 2021
 The suburban Minneapolis police officer who says she meant to use her Taser instead of her gun when she shot and killed Black motorist Daunte Wright made a ``blunder of epic proportions'' and did not have ``a license to kill,'' a prosecutor told jurors on Monday shortly before they began deliberations in her manslaughter trial. ... read more »
Hawthorne-Based SpaceX Dealing with COVID Outbreak
December 21, 2021
Hawthorne-based aerospace company SpaceX is home to Los Angeles County's largest active outbreak of COVID-19 cases in non-residential settings, with 132 infections, according to public health data. ... read more »
Grand Park Cancels Its Invite-Only NYE Celebration
December 20, 2021
Grand Park in downtown Los Angeles has canceled its invite-only audience event to celebrate Countdown to 2022 on New Years Eve. ... read more »
LA Metro Service Changes Go Into Effect Today
December 20, 2021
Metro will launch a series of service improvements to its bus and rail lines today, including realigning bus routes for easier access to key destinations and increasing the frequency of rail stops. ... read more »
LA County Sees Another Spike in New COVID Cases, With 3,512 Reported
December 20, 2021
Los Angeles County reported 3,512 new cases of COVID-19 and nine additional deaths associated with the virus -- the third consecutive day with more than 3,000 new cases after months of lower totals -- in its latest data. ... read more »
The 10th Council District Hosts ‘Snow Night in Leimert’
December 20, 2021
This past Friday night in Leimert Park Plaza, the 10th Council District, in collaboration with the Empowerment Congress and surrounding businesses and community partners, hosted a special free ‘Snow Night in Leimert Park’ holiday celebration for families in the community. ... read more / view gallery »
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