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Volunteers seek to restore Compton’s Woodlawn Cemetery

COMPTON — On Mother’s Day this year, Celestina Bishop and Michael Baker had the same idea. Each wanted to visit their mother’s grave at the closed Woodlawn Cemetery. They met for the first time after hopping the fence to get into the cemetery. Once inside they found grass that was knee high in some places Read More…


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Food program may run out of funds this month

CULVER CITY — A food program that provides free meals from local restaurants to those in need during the COVID-19 pandemic is in danger of running out of funds by the end of the month. Community leaders with FeedCulver.org began purchasing restaurant meals in mid-April for food-insecure residents, but estimated that the project only had Read More…

Stay-at-home orders result in more domestic violence reports

Coalition wants to clear the air above Southern California

County task force urges getting people back to work

LOS ANGELES — As the number of coronavirus cases continue to spike in Los Angeles County, industry leaders June 30 urged county officials to safely get more residents back to work and college students back to school. In a meeting of the county’s Economic Resiliency Task Force, members warned that a lack of clarity about Read More…

Organization helps homeless people sleeping in cars

Activists continue to push for details on death of teen

Corona Virus Update

Cases In Los Angeles County

Total: 124,738 Cases 3,689 Deaths

New Cases today: 1,777 cases 50 Deaths 

 Last Updated 7/9/2020

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THE HUTCHINSON REPORT: Be careful what monuments you go after

I recently called for Long Beach school officials to re-examine having the name of former President Woodrow Wilson on one of its schools. A day later a reporter doing a story on the controversy asked, “I wonder in response to those who say changing school names is going too far.” It was a fair question. My Read More…

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SPORTS DIGEST: Games will resume, but some players will be missing

These are different times we are living in. After virtually no sports for almost four months due to the coronavirus, most of the sports leagues in this country are starting to gear back up. The Galaxy and Los Angeles Football Club are back in Florida ready to resume the Major League Soccer season with a Read More…

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West L.A. College online programs earn recognition

CULVER CITY — West Los Angeles College has been honored for its online presence by making two best lists: No. 15 in the United States on the 2020 Top Online Community Colleges list published by CollegeConsesus.com; and No. 13 on the 2020 Best Online Community Colleges in California list published by Optimal.com Guide to Online Read More…