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LAPD Begins Town Hall Meetings on Crime Written by City News Service
Governor approves clean up funding for neighborhoods surrounding Exide plant Written by City News Service
LAUSD invests in inner-city arts programs, showcases students in Grand Arts Festival Written by LAWT News Service
The Department of Public Social Services and CalFresh fight hunger in Watts Written by Shirley Hawkins
UniverSoul Circus Comes to Stub Hub; Spectators are enjoying the show, though some are questioning their position on animal rights Written by Jennifer Bihm
Grocery Outlet is newest grocery store to open for business in Compton; New independently owned grocery store has 85 percent local hires Written by LAWT News Service
Gay, gifted and Black, the LGBTQ community honors its own at ­second annual Truth Awards Written by LAWT News Service
Homeless Advocates' Lawsuit Accuses LAPD, Other City Workers of Wrongdoing Written by ELIZABETH HSING-HUEI CHOU
Kali Kappas for Flint Written by LAWT News Service
Kirkland to retire as AME Bishop, But not from preaching; Celebration set for March 11 to salute his 55-year ministry Written by Cora Jackson-Fossett
Carson recalls Jim Dear Written by City News Service
$25,000 reward offered for baby killer’s arrest Written by City News Service
Watts Life Car Club to hold annual community picnic Written by Jennifer Bihm
Here comes The Hamwich Shack! This fast food stop is offering a better burger and sandwich for the community to chomp on. Written by Brian W. Carter
California Endowment dedicates $2 million to health care enrollment outreach in African-American community; As Open Enrollment for Covered California Ends, Medi-Cal Enrollment is Available Year-Round Written by City News Service
Hundreds Gather to Hear Reflections on Dr. King at South Coast AQMD’s Annual Day of Service Event Written by LAWT News Service
LAHSA: ‘Angelenos Can Still Sign Up for Homeless Count’ Written by City News Service
Tenth District Women’s Steering Committee honors community leaders Written by LAWT News Service
Nine steps to prepare for El Niño Written by Southern California Edison
City officials announce 2015 Christmas Tree Recycling Program Written by LAWT News Service
Chris Paul and Kevin Hart surprise Brotherhood Crusade youth with holiday shopping spree Written by Brittany K. Jackson
Atmosphere is festive as group addresses community violence during ‘Humanitarian Day’ celebration Written by Jennifer Bihm
Hope emerges at Jesse Owens Park after (100) days of fear Written by LAWT News Service
CDU Professor Curates 35th Annual Black Doll Exhibit Written by LAWT News Service
Sweet Alice Honored; The local humanitarian was honored recently for her tireless work throughout the city. Written by LAWT Staff Report
City Attorney to sue ‘Gang Apartment’ owners Written by City News Service
Envisioning a Child Care Center at the MLK Campus Written by LAWT News Service
Brotherhood Crusade honors Laphonza Butler; The 47th Annual African American Achievement Award Dinner recognized the SEIU President for her community work Written by Amen Oyiboke
Kamlager embraces role of community college trustee Written by Cora Jackson-Fossett
JPMorgan Chase High School Fellowship Initiative Kicks Off Second Year in Los Angeles with Strong Results; With GPAs Up, High School Boys Preparing for SAT Tests and Trip to South Africa—Weekly Tutoring Sessions and Mentorship Yielding Improvements Written by LAWT News Service