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D.A. won’t file charges in drug overdose death

By Cynthia Gibson Contributing Writer WEST HOLLYWOOD — Friends, family and supporters of Gemmel Moore are weighing their options after learning that the Los Angeles County District Attorney Office’s will not file charges in connection with Moore’s death. They gathered July 27 in front of the West Hollywood Sheriff’s Station to mark the one-year anniversary Read More…

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2017 YEAR IN REVIEW: Waters taking on Trump is top 2017 story

The year 2017 will be remembered as the year Donald Trump became president of the United States, making it an interesting year as far as news-making was concerned. What is and what isn’t news became as important as the main issues of the year. In Southern California, 2017 was the year government leaders finally decided Read More…

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Activists blast rich white powerbroker in death of gay black man

Gemmel Moore has been labeled by some as a homeless black prostitute and a gay sex worker since being found dead of a drug overdose last July in the home of a white, politically powerful West Hollywood businessman. Gemmel’s friends and family, however, say such labels are unwarranted and are merely part of an orchestrated Read More…