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New Income Guidelines May Help More Customers Stretch Energy Dollars; SCE’s CARE and FERA programs assist qualified customers in lowering their energy bills. Written by Susan Cox
L.A. May Use Pot Money to Create Health Fund for Minority Communities Written by City News Service
Mother Still Grieves, Police Still Search Nine Months after Slaying of Local Rapper Written by Jennifer Bihm
Criminal Justice Reform Takes Center StageWith Bernie Sanders, Shaun King and Patrisse Cullors; Reform L.A. Jails delivers rallying call-to-action to thousands of attendees at Real Justice’s How to Make Change Event Written by LAWT News Service
Family Seeks Justice in Leimert Park Triple Homicide Written by Charlene Muhammad
Woman in Need of Dialysis Missing in South L.A. Written by City News Service
Koreatown Homeless Shelter Approved by L.A. City Council Committee Written by LAWT News Service
Jane Fonda Announces Support for Legislation in L.A. to Bring More Transparency and Accountability to Sheriff’s Dept.; Fonda joins growing group of actors and artists in support of criminal justice reform legislation in L.A. County Written by LAWT News Service
Support Grows for Watts Towers Art Center Director Written by Jennifer Bihm
LA County Makes $402M Investment in Fight Against Homelessness; Year 2 Measure H spending plan funds expansion of housing and outreach Written by LAWT News Service
Local Community Organization Bails Pregnant Black Mother Out of Jail for Mother’s Day Written by Staff Report
Mayor, City Council President Propose Koreatown Site for Homeless Shelter Written by City News Service
Southland Gas Prices Rise To Highest Amounts Since August 2015 Written by City News Service
Suspect Sought in the Murder of Hannah Bell; Community pleads for neighbors to speak up in the death of Hannah Bell. Written by Niele Anderson
Empower yourself Economically by becoming an Airbnb host in South L.A. Written by Kimberlee Buck
CHARGE UP CRENSHAW: LADWP Launches New Rebate Program for Used Electric Vehicles; Unveils 22 New Publicly-Accessible EV Chargers at its Crenshaw Customer Service Center Written by Brandon I. Brooks
Woman, Thought to be Homeless, Dies Outside LAPD Headquarters Written by City News Service
LAX Opens ‘Smart Restrooms’ Written by City News Service
Rival Gang Members Charged With Killing 3-Year-Old Boy in Compton Written by LAWT News Service
Lucas Museum of Narrative Art Breaks Ground in Exposition Park; More than 100 civic and community leaders join Mellody Hobson and George Lucas for the largest public gift ever given to a municipality. Written by Niele Anderson
Study Says Proposition 47 Has Not Increased Crime Written by City News Service
City Councilmen Seek Emergency Plan for City’s Homeless Population Written by City News Service
Leimert Plaza Park To Be Enhanced and Restored; New three-year commitment shared by the city of Los Angeles, the Los Angeles Parks Foundation and City National Bank Written by LAWT News Service
Memorial Set for Doris Davis, Compton’s First Black Female Mayor Written by Staff and Wire Repor
A New Way of Life launches jail voter registration efforts; “We are committed to continuing to educate those being held in LA County jails and going into the jail to register those eligible to vote,” says ANWOL founder Susan Burton. Written by Christin Runkle
NBA Partners with Brotherhood Crusade for All-Star Weekend to Highlight South L.A. Written by Lauren A. Jones
Watts Rising Collective Awarded $35 Million Grant; The grant will help fund development and infrastructure projects that achieve major environmental, health, and economic benefits to the Watts community. Written by Niele Anderson
Inglewood Senior Citizen Facility Opens Written by E. Mesiyah McGinnis
Tickets on Sale for Tut Exhibit at California Science Center Written by City News Service
‘LA 92’ – Then and Now: The Conversation Continues Written by Bev Dolva


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