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Report finds racial wage gap widest in nearly 4 decades Written by Associated Press
Funding opportunity for nonprofit Arts Organizations looking to hire summer Interns; Organizations based in Los Angeles County are Encouraged to Apply Written by LAWT News Service
Apartment developers to pay into city’s Park Fund Written by Elizabeth Hsing-Huei Chou
Free Business Resource Seminar and Expo Comes to Torrance Written by LAWT News Service
‘Preserve’ L.A. Measure proponents will move forward with initiative Written by City News Service Initiative
Home sales rise in L.A. County Written by City News Service
Proponents of CA death penalty want ‘Speedy Executions’ Written by LAWT News Service
Young, Black job seekers spruce up resumes, ­aviation careers opening Written by McKenzie Jackson
Blackonomics Written by James Clingman
Metro CEO Phil Washington vows to correct unfair Stop & Frisk practices Written by Brandon Brooks, Managing Editor, and Danny J. Bakewell, Jr., Executive Editor
County Supervisors vote 3-2 on marijuana sales tax to combat homelessness Written by Elizabeth Marccellino
Study Reveals a Roadmap to the Top for Black Women Executives; Building on a breakthrough Black Women Executives Research Initiative in 2008, the study charts the progress, disappointments and opportunities for black women in business leadership Written by LAWT News Service
Look at those pearly whites! Chamber of Commerce president presented with award for a job well done and a clean smile Written by LAWT News Service
Metro to vote on sales tax hike Written by City News Service
“Where are the African American and Latina Mark Zuckerbergs and Cheryl Sandbergs?" Written by Hill Harper
Metropolitan Water District: ‘We can meet water demands for the next three years’ Written by City New Service
How will raising minimum wages affect rentals? Written by Eugene E. Vollucci
State Water Board expands its commitment to recycled water with new permitting process Written by LAWT News Service
Los Angeles rents soar above Housing Voucher caps Written by City News Service
Russell Simmons repays RushCard holders, pushes for credit reforms Written by Stacy M. Brown
Nigerian oil output, naira fall amid attacks, strike threats Written by Associated Press
MTA Project approaching completion ; Elected Officials, Metro Thank Community for Continued Support of Construction for the Crenshaw/LAX Transit Project Written by Special to the LAWT
Frontier and Time Warner Cable accept Rep. Hahn’s request for meeting; The two cable providers will discuss solutions to the ongoing Dodgers Blackout Written by LAWT News Service
Blackonomics: Are Black People Becoming Obsolete? Written by James Clingman
Mayor Garcetti unveils $8.76 billion spending plan; $138 million will go toward homelessness Written by Elizabeth Hsing-Huei Chou
Marva Smith Battle-Bey Nurtured South L.A.’s Economic Development Written by Staff and Wire Report
Follow the money: Minority vendors raise questions about government spending on ads Written by Stacy M. Brown
Ordinance prohibits leasing space for marijuana dispensaries Written by Elizabeth Marcellino
GoBiz overlooks connecting with state Black Chamber Written by California Black Media Staff
Water and Power Commission Approves Excess Water Penalties Written by City New Service