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Top Local Stories of 2022
December 29, 2022
Several momentous events took place in greater Los Angeles during 2022. ... read more »
LA Deputies Won’t Be Charged for Killing Black Bicyclist
November 17, 2022
Two Los Angeles County deputies acted in self-defense and won’t face criminal charges for fatally shooting a Black man they tried to stop for riding a bicycle the wrong direction, prosecutors announced Tuesday.  ... read more »
Rosemary Ransom Elevated to COGIC Jurisdictional Supervisor
November 16, 2022
On Saturday, December 3, the Southern California Metropolitan Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction Church of God in Christ will host the Inaugural Celebration honoring Mrs. Rosemary Ransom for her elevation as the fifth in succession of the Jurisdictional Supervisor for Southern California Metropolitan, Department of Women. ... read more »
Hundreds of Vote Centers to Open Saturday Across LA County
November 4, 2022
Hundreds of vote centers will open tomorrow across Los Angeles County, giving residents ample time to cast their ballots ahead of Tuesday's election. ... read more »
L.A. Metro Officially Opens the K Line, Marking a New Transit Milestone for Los Angeles County  
October 13, 2022
Affectionately known as the “river of business and commerce”, the line marks the official return of rail service on Crenshaw Blvd since 1955.  ... read more »
California Cities are Pilot Testing Guaranteed Basic Income Programs
September 22, 2022
Guaranteed basic income isn’t a new idea. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr talked about the idea of low-income people receiving regular checks from the government in the 1960s. ... read more »
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Mark A. Davis: From the Bench to the Bench
July 28, 2022
Now a judge on the Los Angeles Superior Court, Mark Davis says he wants to ensure that everyone, no matter the color of their skin, gets a fair day in court. ... read more »
Indoor Masking Mandate May Return to LA County 
July 28, 2022
Los Angeles County is poised to return to requiring the wearing of indoor masks on Friday, July 29. Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer, Ph.D., MPH, MEd, announced during a recent press conference that if the county remains at the high virus-activity level as defined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for two consecutive weeks, the indoor mask mandate will return.   ... read more »
County Presents Bruce’s Beach Deed to Heirs of Property Taken From Black Couple
July 21, 2022
Los Angeles County officials on July 20 presented the deed to prime California oceanfront property to the heirs of a Black couple who built a beach resort for African Americans but were harassed and finally stripped of the land nearly a century ago. ... read more »
Black Women Are Still Dying from Childbirth in 2022. Why? 
April 21, 2022
Black women in Los Angeles County are four times more likely to die because of pregnancy and its complications than women of any other race. In one of the wealthiest countries in the world, Black mothers are dying from preventable causes at rates that continue to rise.  ... read more »
Deadline for Business Property Statements Fast Approaching 
March 24, 2022
There’s a deadline fast approaching that oftentimes is overlooked but is significant nevertheless — the Business Property Statements. And the deadline is here.  ... read more »
Super Bowl’s Return Provides Boost to Hard-hit L.A. Businesses
February 10, 2022
The return of the Super Bowl to the L.A. area after a nearly 30-,year absence is already a big victory for local small business owners like Kyndra McCrary. ... read more »
African American Real Estate Professionals Announce New Leaders and Board Members
February 10, 2022
Kimberly Brown, managing director at Cushman & Wakefield, will join industry veteran Troy Jenkins and Avison Young, principal and director of Investment Management, as the leadership team guiding the African American Real Estate Professionals Los Angeles. ... read more »
Mothers In Action: Free COVID-19 Vaccines, Boosters, and Testing to Bring In Black History Month
February 3, 2022
The start of Black History Month facilitated a coming together of Mothers In Action (MIA), Taste of Soul, Brotherhood Crusade, and the Los Angeles Sentinel. ... read more »

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