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Inglewood offering free food program at select city parks

INGLEWOOD — The city has kicked off a free Grab-N-Go summer lunch program, for youth 18 and under. The program will be beneficial to Inglewood residents like Ameer Thompson, who lost his job as a rental car agent during the global coronavirus pandemic. The 39-year-old Thompson is now spending more time outside with his 8-, Read More…

Food program may run out of funds this month

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

Coalition wants to clear the air above Southern California

MAKING A DIFFERENCE The mission of the Coalition for Clean Air is to protect public health, improve air quality and prevent climate change. Those are no small challenges. The coalition has been working on those goals since 1971, approaching its work through policy advocacy, education and behavior change. “We are an advocacy organization,” said Chris Read More…

County task force urges getting people back to work

Organization helps homeless people sleeping in cars

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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‘What do you least like about the COVID-19 quarantine?’

STREET BEAT B’Anca Los Angeles “I can’t have arts anymore. I grew up in the theater. … Right now we’re really noticing and recognizing that we really miss it.  It was important.” Barbara Morrison  Los Angeles “Not having interaction with other people. I’m a people person. I love to get out and mingle. I miss 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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LAUSD has no timetable for reopening campuses

LOS ANGELES — There is still no timetable on when Los Angeles Unified School District campuses may reopen due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the district may need to create a balance of online and in-person classes for the next academic year that starts Aug. 18. That was the word from Superintendent Austin Beutner July Read More…