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Panelists search for solutions to gentrification

SOUTH LOS ANGELES — Developers are rapidly buying up properties along the Crenshaw corridor in anticipation of the completion of the Crenshaw LAX Rail Line that will carry up to 16,000 commuters a day and is costing approximately $1.3 billion to build.  A number of luxury apartments are in the process of being completed that Read More…

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County to establish Probation Oversight Commission

LOS ANGELES — Following up on a promise made nearly two years ago, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted Oct. 1 to establish a Probation Oversight Commission with subpoena power through the Office of Inspector General. Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas first championed the probation watchdog to replace the longstanding Probation Commission. “Reforming the Probation Read More…

LAX hires former sheriff’s deputy as airport police chief

Compton still deliberating on solutions for local homeless

Panelists search for solutions to gentrification

SOUTH LOS ANGELES — Developers are rapidly buying up properties along the Crenshaw corridor in anticipation of the completion of the Crenshaw LAX Rail Line that will carry up to 16,000 commuters a day and is costing approximately $1.3 billion to build.  A number of luxury apartments are in the process of being completed that Read More…

Norwalk approves plan to manage coyotes

Supervisors vote to ban tobacco-flavored products

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SPORTS DIGEST: Win or lose, Dodgers have had a great season

No matter what happens to the Los Angeles Dodgers in game five of the National League Division Series against the Washington Nationals (this is being written several hours before the game), 2019 was a great season. The Dodgers won a franchise record 106 games. They set a franchise record for most home runs in a Read More…

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Schools to mark Disability Awareness Month

CULVER CITY — Culver City High School senior Chris Crawford may be the founder of the school’s Invisible Disability Club, but he is anything but invisible.  In fact, Crawford has become somewhat of a school district celebrity after he unveiled a special flag he designed to represent disabilities of all kinds — physical, educational and Read More…