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A final goodbye to Tuskegee Airman Robert Taylor

WHITTIER — Robert Taylor was like a favorite uncle to Simeon Ginyard. Ginyard, who serves as public relations chairperson for the Tuskegee Airmen Inc. Los Angeles Chapter, met Taylor, an air traffic controller during World War II, roughly about three and a half years ago during a chance meeting at one of the club’s events. Read More…

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Price wants housing projects to come together faster

SOUTH LOS ANGELES — City Councilman Curren Price Jr. has introduced two motions to address the constraints of building affordable housing. Price is trying to expedite the housing situation so it is easier to address the thousands of people waiting for housing. “It’s time we take a closer look at how we review the development Read More…

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New sheriff says he will keep federal agents out of jails

LOS ANGELES — Sheriff Alex Villanueva reiterated a promise Dec. 18 to remove federal immigration agents from county jails, drawing both boos and applause from a crowd at a Truth Act Community Forum convened by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors. “We are going to physically remove ICE from the county jails,” Villanueva said, Read More…