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Fans observe anniversary of Nipsey Hussle’s death

HYDE PARK — Fears of catching the coronavirus or the rules implemented by Mayor Eric Garcetti didn’t prevent fans, loved ones and celebrity rapper YG from gathering at Nipsey Hussle Square March 31 to remember rapper Nipsey Hussle one year after he was shot to death. Passionate and loyal supporters of the former gang member Read More…

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City Council approves moratorium on evictions

LOS ANGELES (CNS) — The City Council approved several emergency measures at a marathon City Council meeting March 27 intended to help people through the coronavirus pandemic, including extending a moratorium on residential and commercial evictions, requiring paid sick leave for certain employees and protections for people who are working for businesses deemed “essential.” “I’ve Read More…

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CULVER CITY — The Culver City Senior Center will close until further notice as a precautionary measure after the first confirmed case of coronavirus within the city was announced by local health officials. City officials said the first case of coronavirus within Culver City had been confirmed March 13. A second case was confirmed March Read More…

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Clippers owner agrees to purchase Forum

INGLEWOOD — Los Angeles Clippers Chairman Steve Ballmer has announced an agreement to purchase the Forum from Madison Square Garden Co. for $400 million in cash, ending the legal battle between the two sides over the team’s proposed Clippers Arena. The Clippers said the Forum will continue to operate as a music venue and all Read More…

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LAUSD campuses to remain closed until May 1

LOS ANGELES — Los Angeles Unified School District campuses will remain closed until at least May 1, Superintendent Austin Beutner told parents March 23, while also announcing a partnership with the San Diego school system to call for a “coordinated state response” to help districts affected by the coronavirus crisis. Beutner also announced a $100 Read More…