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Supervisor candidates introduce themselves at forum

SOUTH LOS ANGELES — Seven candidates running for the 2nd District seat on the county Board of Supervisors introduced themselves and their platforms at a community forum Jan. 16. Among the candidates present was former Los Angeles City Councilwoman Jan Perry, state Sen. Holly Mitchell, and Los Angeles City Councilman Herb Wesson Jr. These three Read More…


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Judge dismisses district attorney from lawsuit

LOS ANGELES — How do you prove racial discrimination in a court of law? That is the dilemma now facing civil rights attorney Nana Gyamfi and her client, LaTisha Nixon. On Jan. 17, U.S. District Court Judge Carney J. Cormac granted a motion to dismiss claims of civil rights violations levied against Los Angeles County Read More…

Southland residents remain angry over jet fuel dumping

City to expand jobs program for formerly incarcerated

From sleeping on the streets to multi-millionaire

SANTA MONICA — Determined, focused and unstoppable — those are the words that aptly describe Venus Opal Reese.  The business consultant, award-winning performance artist and author of “The Black Woman Millionaire: A Revolutionary Act that Defies the Impossible” just released her autobiography, “The Raw Truth: A Pimp Daughter’s Diary.”  Reese is also the CEO of Read More…

Black Lives Matter left out of women’s march

Victim’s sisters file second lawsuit against Ed Buck


Rent Prices will Continue to rise

THE HUTCHINSON REPORT: What I want to see in L.A.’s next D.A.

The race for Los Angeles County district attorney has variously been called the second and sometimes first most important competitive race in the county this election season. It is. And the race has drawn a jam-packed field of mostly prosecutors and law enforcement types. All seek to oust L.A. County D.A. Jackie Lacey. For the Read More…

NAJEE’S NOTES: Gascon is my choice for district attorney

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THE HUTCHINSON REPORT The next supervisor should make — and keep — pledges

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SPORTS DIGEST: Super Bowl should be high scoring, entertaining

Get ready for a high-scoring, entertaining Super Bowl. The Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers will play in Miami Feb. 2 in Super Bowl LIV. It will be the first time these two teams have met in the Super Bowl. The Chiefs played in two of the first four Super Bowls (they are Read More…

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Stability brings new day for Inglewood schools

Historically, the Inglewood Unified School District has served as a beacon of opportunity for youth of color.  Once known as the “Jewel of the South Bay,” families throughout Los Angeles moved to the city to enroll their children in Inglewood’s schools. Unfortunately, in recent years the district has faced financial challenges that led to state Read More…