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L.A. Police Commission Commits to Holding Discussions on Traffic Stop Policies
November 19, 2020
Searches of Black and Hispanic people were less likely to be associated with the recovery of illegal items than searches of White people. ... read more »
California Clarifies COVID Mask Mandate: Wear One Anytime You’re Near Others
November 19, 2020
The rules apply to anyone aged two or older, but exempt people with specific medical conditions and those who are hearing impaired or communicating with a hearing-impaired person. ... read more »
L.A. County Moves to Set Up Worker-Driven COVID-19 Compliance Councils
November 12, 2020
County health workers will partner with certified worker organizations to support employees who want to form councils and train them on protocols so they can help monitor compliance. ... read more »
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L.A. Metro CEO Will Lead Biden Transit Transition Team
November 12, 2020
The teams of volunteers are responsible for evaluating the operations of the federal agencies so that the incoming administration is prepared for its first day. ... read more »
Metropolitan Board Advances Major Recycled Water Project
November 12, 2020
The purified water would initially be used for groundwater replenishment and storage, and by industrial facilities. ... read more »
Senator Holly J. Mitchell Projected to Win Seat For 2nd District
November 5, 2020
Mitchell maintained a steady lead early on during election night. ... read more »
South LA Women Plead Guilty to Federal Health Care Fraud Charges
November 5, 2020
Mesbel Mohamoud, 47, and her mother-in-law, Erlinda Abella, 66, each pleaded guilty in separate hearings to a federal health care fraud count ... read more »
Church of God in Christ Presiding Bishop Charles E. Blake, Sr. Will Not Seek Reelection
November 4, 2020
His decision to not seek reelection with the national COGIC does not affect his pastoring in Los Angeles. ... read more »
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Breast Cancer Awareness Still Up Front in Compton Despite COVID
October 29, 2020
The VIRTUAL walk began with a swag parade, in which almost 500 people lined up in cars ... read more »
LA County, Metro and the SEED School of Los Angeles Break Ground on Massive Vermont Manchester Development
October 29, 2020
Initial Project is an innovative school that will prepare at-risk youth for college & transportation careers as second phase of development includes affordable apartments, retail stores, and more. ... read more »
Los Angeles City and County Officials Join USC Schaeffer to Launch COVID-19 Rapid Testing Pilot
October 29, 2020
Pilot will explore use of rapid testing among first responders and school-aged children ... read more »
Magic Johnson Partners with Cigna President Mike Triplett to Address Racial and Gender Disparities Among Small Businesses
October 29, 2020
Amid a wave of social awakenings, there has been an intersection of small business and racial disparities colliding into a bigger problem. ... read more »
Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas Presents $150,000 Grant to Lula Washington Dance Theatre; The Dance Company Celebrate Their New Outside Foundation
October 1, 2020
Lula Washington Dance Theatre was presented $150,000 grant to create an outdoor dance class and performance space. ... read more »
Mayor Garcetti Nominates Mia Lehrer to First Ever All-Female LADWP Board of Commissioners
October 1, 2020
Mia has a breadth of experience in the public sector ... read more »
Danny J. Bakewell. Sr. & the Taste of Soul Team Visit Food Vendors
September 24, 2020
Despite the Taste of Soul festival being cancelled in 2020, TOS pledges support to Black businesses, urging people to support local restaurants in their communities. ... read more »
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