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Daily Briefing, November 19, 2019

NEWS Protests have erupted at an Alabama high school after a group chat between teachers gossiping about students was revealed.  In the group chat, titled “Bad A B’s,” teachers at Ashford High School allegedly used explicit language and a racial slur, and also discussed a student possibly being pregnant. It’s reported that a student leaked Read More…

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Coliseum hosts county Veterans Day observance

LOS ANGELES — Veterans Day was observed in a ceremony outside the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Nov. 11 in what county officials hope will become an annual event. It was one of many observances that paid tribute to veterans of the U.S. military held throughout Los Angeles County. The inaugural Veterans Day LA included a Read More…

Veterans talk about difficulties after service

Waters offers preview of county’s new voting system

Women Of Color helps women battling breast cancer

MAKING A DIFFERENCE: “Breast cancer is not a death sentence. You can survive.” Those are the words of Isis Pickens, who for five years was a volunteer at Women of Color Breast Cancer Survivor’s Project, but today holds the title of executive director of the 30-year-old Inglewood-based organization. Pickens became a volunteer because she understood Read More…

Norwalk to extend Metrolink Station shuttle

New LAX pickup lot generates lots of complaints

Professional Sports

SPORTS DIGEST: Rams, Chargers falling out of NFL playoff picture

Basketball season has just started and the two Los Angeles teams are rising to the top of the Western Conference standings as the city’s two NFL teams are sinking, like the sun, into the West. So much for the preseason prognosticators who thought we could have an L.A. Super Bowl between the Chargers and the Read More…

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Students see airport opportunities at LAX Career Day

LOS ANGELES — More than 1,000 students were welcomed by professionals in aviation, construction, public safety and other industries for the fourth annual Aviation Career Day at Los Angeles International Airport Nov. 6. Held just south of the airport’s 25L/7R runway at the Flight Path Museum and Learning Center, the event featured a wide variety Read More…