Los Angeles Southwest College names new football coach; Henry Washington steps aside. Nate Turner, former college standout on the gridiron and in the classroom, to lead Cougars.

April 20, 2017 

LAWT News Service 

 

Los Angeles South­west College names new football coach after Henry Washing­ton steps aside

 

Nate Turner, former college standout on the gridiron... Read more...

Wesson Introduces Anti Drilling Motion

April 20, 2017 

By CRAIG CLOUGH 

City News Service

 

City Council President Herb Wesson introduced a motion Wednesday to eliminate oil drilling in Los Angeles near homes, schools and other... Read more...

Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science Partnership with Lynwood Unified School District Will Give ‘Guaranteed Admission’ to Qualified LUSD Students; Memorandum of Understanding, signed April 10, will enable qualified LUSD students to attend CD

April 20, 2017 

LAWT News Service

 

As part of its local outreach strategy—and mission—to increase access to quality medical education in traditionally underserved areas of Los Angeles, Charles... Read more...

Anthony Scruncho McKinley, from Hustler to Comedian

April 20, 2017 

By Kimberlee Buck 

Staff Writer 

 

For nearly two decades, Anthony “Scruncho” McKinley has entertained comedy show lovers both on and off the stage. He has made several... Read more...

Compton Mayor Aja Brown Stands Strong on Election Night

April 20, 2017 

By Niele Anderson 

Contributing Writer

 

The City of Compton election results will not be finalized until April 27.  There are approximately 1,713 ballots that still need to... Read more...

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L.A. Metro, LAWA, LADOT give advance public notice for “Century Crunch” street closures near LAX Written by LAWT News Service
Freedom Summer – 50 years Later Written by George E. Curry
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Grandmasters host 10th Annual St. John’s Day Written by LAWT News Service
Holder endorses shorter terms of imprisoned drug offenders Written by James Wright
Judge declares mistrial in race riot case Written by LAWT News Service
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Oklahoma inmate’s body returned without heart Written by SEAN MURPHY
History awaits for Autumn Burke in 62nd; Mike Gipson leads for the 64th Assembly seat Written by Kenneth D. Miller
Innocent immigrants, a Black perspective Written by Torré Brannon-Reese
California Science Center presents 16th Annual Discovery Ball; Amidst the splendor and elegance of Pompeii: The Exhibition Written by LAWT News Service
8-Year-Old Hero Laid to Rest; Boy killed while defending his sister from sexual assault Written by Joey Matthews
City Council signs off on revised budget proposal Written by LAWT News Service
County sheriff’s employees due in court Written by LAWT News Service
Ogwumike sisters affected by Nigerian kidnappings Written by LAWT News Service
Frito-Lay donates $20,000 to UNCF in culmination of Black History Month Art Contest; 2014 “Create to Celebrate” Black History Month Art Contest winners announced Written by LAWT News Service
Voting rights workshop for Californians with criminal convictions and voter registration drive; The Crenshaw Legal Clinic hosts ‘Know Your Rights’ workshop for Californians with criminal convictions ahead of June 3 state primary election Written by LAWT News Service
Stepping through the open door Written by Craig Carter
Stiviano lawyer says she’s sad over Sterling ban Written by LAWT News Service
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Curren Price cleans up ninth district during Earth Day Written by LAWT News Service
Up and coming writers, artists recognized at 30th Annual Event Written by Jennifer Bihm
UCLA student helps the next generation through Compton Pipeline Task Force Program Written by Jennifer Bihm
To all our readers: Written by LAWT News Service
Student wins at LA County Science Fair, qualifies for Intel International Science and Engineering Fair Written by LAWT News Service
The battle to educate our children; As the race moves forward the L.A. Watts Times takes a look at the candidates who are running to improve the quality of education for our children today, tomorrow and into the future Written by Thandisizwe Chimurenga
George McKenna confident that experience not money will win L.A. School Board race Written by LAWT News Service
Nation suffers because of underrepresentation of Black women in politics Written by Jazelle Hunt
Summer jobs available to city’s youth Written by LAWT News Service
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Coach Victor McClinton murderers sentenced

Coach Victor McClinton murderers sentenced

April 20, 2017  Staff and Wire Report    Two men, Larry Darnell Bishop, 24, and Jerron Donald Harris, 29, were sentenced April 18 to life in prison,...

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City Attorney files suits against ‘Crime Property’ Owners

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April 20, 2017  City News Service    Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer said Wednesday his office has filed lawsuits against the owners of six...

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April 20, 2017  Amanda Scurlock  LAWT Sports Writer  The unveiling of the new Jackie Robinson statue at Dodgers Stadium brought together people who...

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Jay Pharoah says he had rocky relationship with ‘SNL’

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