Entertainment Lead Story West Edition

Pyschotherapist weighs in on R Kelly, Jussie Smollett

LOS ANGELES — R&B singer R Kelly and “Empire” co-star Jussie Smollett are facing mounting legal troubles for alleged crimes that have landed both men in court and experts and common citizens are weighing in on the problems the two face. Margena Carter, a licensed psychotherapist and founder and CEO of Carter Care Therapeutic Services, said Read More…


View All

Girl Scouts open new service center in Inglewood

INGLEWOOD – The Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles recently opened a new service center here that will house a retail store, recruitment offices, programming and a volunteer support center for troops across West L.A. and the South Bay. Girl Scout CEO Lise Luttgens said the move to Inglewood has been “several years in the Read More…

At-risk youth attend mentoring event at Trade Tech

New report examines disparities of homeless population

Students conduct candidates’ forum in LAUSD election

SOUTH GATE — Local high school students participating in United Way of Greater Los Angeles’ Young Civic Leaders Program led and moderated a forum for candidates seeking the District 5 seat on the Los Angeles Unified School District school board at South Gate High School Feb. 16.  The special election will be held March 5 Read More…

La Ballona Elementary School adds mosaic

STREET BEAT: ‘What do you think was the best movie in 2018?’

College Prep Professional Sports

Pac 12 Conference slumps as basketball tourney begins

SPORTS DIGEST: The Pac 12 Conference has been known by a lot of names over the years. It was the Big 5 and the Big 6 for a while. There were a few years in the 1960s when it was the American Association of Western Universities. Before that, it was the Pacific Coast Conference. Since Read More…