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Investigators probe helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant

CALABASAS — As Los Angeles continued mourning the death of Laker legend Kobe Bryant, National Transportation Safety Board investigators began the arduous — and likely months-long — task of determining what caused the Calabasas helicopter crash that killed him and eight others, including his 13-year-old daughter. An NTSB “Go Team” met with local authorities Jan. Read More…

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County takes steps to get more homeless off streets

LOS ANGELES — The county Board of Supervisors approved a handful of motions designed to more quickly respond to provide housing for people living on the streets at its Jan. 21 meeting. Supervisors Mark Ridley-Thomas and Janice Hahn co-authored a motion for a comprehensive crisis response strategy with Hahn saying the problem demands a Marshall Read More…

City reports reduced crime figures in 2019

Judge dismisses district attorney from lawsuit

Southland residents remain angry over jet fuel dumping

CUDAHY— Frustrated residents of Southeast Los Angeles communities filled a town hall meeting in the city of Cudahy Jan. 17 demanding action from Delta airlines and their elected officials after a Delta jet experiencing engine trouble dumped fuel over several schools Jan. 14. No one was seriously injured in the incident, however some residents are Read More…

City to expand jobs program for formerly incarcerated

From sleeping on the streets to multi-millionaire

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Investigators probe helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant

CALABASAS — As Los Angeles continued mourning the death of Laker legend Kobe Bryant, National Transportation Safety Board investigators began the arduous — and likely months-long — task of determining what caused the Calabasas helicopter crash that killed him and eight others, including his 13-year-old daughter. An NTSB “Go Team” met with local authorities Jan. Read More…

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Stability brings new day for Inglewood schools

Historically, the Inglewood Unified School District has served as a beacon of opportunity for youth of color.  Once known as the “Jewel of the South Bay,” families throughout Los Angeles moved to the city to enroll their children in Inglewood’s schools. Unfortunately, in recent years the district has faced financial challenges that led to state Read More…