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Inglewood students hold dialogue on equal opportunities

INGLEWOOD — Students at Morningside High School are leading a community dialogue about creating equal opportunities for success for Black and Latino students in the Inglewood Unified School District. “Our schools are not as good as if we were to go to La Tijera or Beverly Hills,” said senior Tristan Castillo, who serves as student Read More…

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County facing big price tag recovering from pandemic

LOS ANGELES — Returning to some form of economic normalcy may come with a big price tag for Los Angeles County, as leaders representing hospitals, the arts, nonprofits, labor and faith-based organizations looked to the Board of Supervisors June 16 to help source personal protective gear, expand COVID-19 testing and implement a host of other Read More…

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County homeless numbers jump another 12.7%

LOS ANGELES — Even before the coronavirus devastated the economy, the Southland’s homeless population had already grown significantly from the previous year, with efforts to provide housing again outpaced by the number of people falling into homelessness, according to figures released June 12. According to the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority, the homeless count conducted Read More…