Collision XVII All Games;City Girls Put Best Foot Forward with Smith and Effa, UCLA Bound Kennedy Burke Leads SS Girls

April 16, 2015

 

LAWT News Service 

 

City Open Division Player of the Year Latecia Smith of Narbonne and USC bound Margurite Effa of Fairfax will team with three other All City First team... Read more...

Michelle Obama launches interactive 'Let's Move' map

April 16, 2015

 

By STACY A. ANDERSON 

Associated Press 

 

Americans who want to eat right and stay fit like Michelle Obama can now find how and where to get 'moving' in their own... Read more...

LAUSD to open all girls school

April 16, 2015

 

City News Service 

 

The Los Angeles Unified School District board agreed this week to create an all-girls high school with a science, technology, engineering and math curriculum.

 

“It... Read more...

Film Review ‘Furious 7’: Paul Walker’s sentimental swan song proves well worth the wait

April 16, 2015

 

by Kam Williams 

 

 

The late Paul Walker (1973-2013) was best known for playing Brian O’Conner, a charismatic lead character of the Fast and Furious... Read more...

District Attorney: 17-year-old won’t face charges in death

April 16, 2015

 

By KEN RITTER 

Associated Press 

 

A 17-year-old taken into custody after her severely malnourished 4-month-old daughter was hospitalized and the corpse of a 3-year-old... Read more...

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George McKenna confident that experience not money will win L.A. School Board race Written by LAWT News Service
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MWD implements rationing in response to drought

MWD implements rationing in response to drought

April 16, 2015   City News Service    The board of directors of the Metropolitan Water District, the water wholesaler for Southern California, voted...

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Community

UNCF Los Angeles Mayors Masked Ball raises $1 million for students; Gala supports local students in college efforts; honors community leaders who champion academic causes

UNCF Los Angeles Mayors Masked Ball raises $1 million for students; Gala supports local students in college efforts; honors community leaders who champion academic causes

April 16, 2015   LAWT News Service       On Saturday, March 14, UNCF (the United Negro College Fund) along with Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti...

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Sports News

Collision XVII, Southern Section Boys Loaded with D-I Recruits; USC Bound Chemezie Metu leads the star power

Collision XVII, Southern Section Boys Loaded with D-I Recruits; USC Bound Chemezie Metu leads the star power

April 09, 2015   By Kenneth Miller  Associate Managing Editor    Lawndale High’s spectacular dunking machine the 6’10 Chemezie Metu who will...

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Arts & Culture

L.A. graphic artist’s lawsuit over Spike Lee ‘Oldboy’ posters settled

L.A. graphic artist’s lawsuit over Spike Lee ‘Oldboy’ posters settled

April 16, 2015   City News Service  A copyright lawsuit brought by a Los Angeles graphic artist against director Spike Lee over posters used to promote...

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