Mayweather and McGregor will fight in smaller gloves

August 17, 2017 

By TIM DAHLBERG 

AP Boxing Writer 

 

Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Conor McGregor got their wish to fight in smaller gloves, but not before being chastised by a Nevada boxing official... Read more...

Michelle King Back to School Message: ‘We Must Nurture Our Students’

August 17, 2017 

City News Service 

 

It’s back to school this week for the nation’s second largest school district, as doors open at Los Angeles Unified campuses and its more than... Read more...

Filmmaker Dee Rees was honored with the Sundance Institute Vanguard Award

August 17, 2017 

By Lapacazo Sandoval 

Contributing Writer 

 

The 2017 Sundance Institute Vanguard Award was presented to filmmaker Dee Rees at the Sundance Next Fest, in Los Angeles. Rees... Read more...

Taste of Soul Continues to Make History

August 17, 2017 

By Jennifer Bihm 

Assistant Editor 

 

Every October, as the number of people who line Crenshaw Boulevard for the Taste of Soul grows larger, the sentiment... Read more...

Medical Experts Speak about The Importance of Vaccinations During Immunization Awareness Month

August 10, 2017

By Jennifer Bihm

Assistant Editor

 

August is National Immuniza­tion Awareness Month and with the 2017-2018 school year approaching pediatricians want to remind parents about... Read more...

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StarQuest Singing Competition Returns with Salute to the Legacy of Motown Written by Kimberlee Buck
LAPD Pushes Forward with Drone Program Despite Opposition Written by City News Service
Report: L.A. County Sheriff’s Department ‘Unreliable’ in Assessing Itself Written by City News Service
DOJ Sues L.A. and Ex-Redevelopment Agency to Recover Disabled Housing Funds Written by City News Service
Rep. Bass Hosts South Los Angeles Faith Leaders’ Breakfast Written by LAWT News Service
Kamala Harris Went to Prison So Others Won’t Have To; The freshman senator is determined not to let criminal justice reform die on the vine. Written by Jamilah King
Mother sues L.A. County and Sheriffs Department in son’s death Written by Charlene Muhammad
L.A. County Heads to Hacking Convention to Improve Voting Process Written by City News Service
The Right to Vote in a Hostile Climate Written by Charlene Muhammad
Activists Call for End of LAPD Cadet Program Written by City News Service
New mural in Richmond honors tennis champ Arthur Ashe Written by Associated Press
Civil rights advocate statue unveiled in Richmond Written by Associated Press
Trump Exhorts Senate Anew to Rid US of Obamacare Written by Erica Werner and Alan Fram
Tuskegee Syphilis Study descendants to seek settlement money Written by JAY REEVES
Senator Holly Mitchell’s ‘Christmas in July’ Brings Joy to Families; Sen. Mitchell’s annual carnival affair invites fun filled activities and resourceful services to the community. Written by Shonassee Shaver
Former First Lady of the NAACP Martha Rivera Chavis dies at 53; Tributes Pour in Celebrating the Life of Martha Rivera Chavis Written by Stacy M. Brown
Spindler Agrees to Get Rid of Weapons, Ammunition Written by City News Service
Court Panel: Sheriff’s Deputies Names May Not Be Given to Prosecutors Written by City News Service
Face Scans for U.S. Citizens Flying Abroad Stir Privacy Issues Written by Frank Bajak and David Koenig
NAACP seeks federal probe into police killing of Black man Written by AP Wire Service
Louisiana’s 1st Black female state trooper dies at age of 68 Written by AP Wire Service
African-American soldiers honored with historic marker Written by AP Wire Service
California hate crimes up; Blacks, Jews, gay men targets Written by DON THOMPSON
Congressional Black Caucus turns down Trump invitation Written by ANDREW TAYLOR and DARLENE SUPERVILLE
NNPA Honors Martin Luther King III with Lifetime Legacy Award Written by Stacy M. Brown
Chicago Crusader Publisher Dorothy Leavell Elected New Chairman of NNPA Written by Stacy M. Brown
The ‘New 9th’ District Welcomes the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art Written by Kimberlee Buck
New System May Speed Up LAX Security Lines Written by City News Service
AP sources: Senate GOP would halt Obamacare penalties, taxes Written by Alan Fram and Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar
L.A. County Law Enforcement Cracking Down on Sex Trafficking Venues; Besides the streets, they are focusing on online and sports arenas, they said. Written by LAWT News Service

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StarQuest Singing Competition Returns with Salute to the Legacy of Motown

StarQuest Singing Competition Returns with Salute to the Legacy of Motown

August 17, 2017  By Kimberlee Buck  Staff Writer    South Los Angeles’ premiere singing competition, StarQuest returns to the 12th annual Taste...

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Community

Behind the Crown, Miss Compton 2017; “This crown isn’t for me. I am doing this to kind of usher in a way for young girls to follow up behind me”

Behind the Crown, Miss Compton 2017; “This crown isn’t for me. I am doing this to kind of usher in a way for young girls to follow up behind me”

August 17, 2017  By Kimberlee Buck  Contributing Writer    Throughout her childhood Maliyah Mason spent majority of her time dressing up in her...

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Sports News

NATIONAL SPORTS BEAT 08-17-2017

NATIONAL SPORTS BEAT 08-17-2017

August 17, 2017 BY Brad Pye Jr.  Sports Editor Emeritus    Notes, quotes and things picked on the run from coast-to-coast and all the stops in between...

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Arts & Culture

Youssou NDOUR & Co. Splash Color and Righteous Conscience Cross The Night At John Anson Ford Amphitheater

Youssou NDOUR & Co. Splash Color and Righteous Conscience Cross The Night At John Anson Ford Amphitheater

August 17, 2017  By A. Scott Galloway  Contributing Writer    The heart and soul of Senegal, West Africa were on pulsating and vibrant display...

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