Dwayne Johnson Receives Hollywood Walk of Fame Star

 December 14, 2017

City News Service

 

A star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame honoring football- player-turned-professional wrestler-turn­ed-actor Dwayne Johnson was unveiled Wednesday, one week before... Read more...

USC rallies late but falls short against Oklahoma, dropping their third-straight loss

December 14, 2017

By Jarred Davis

Contributing Writer

 

The nation’s second best offensive team took the floor in the Basketball Hall of Fame Classic Friday night, as the Oklahoma Sooners came... Read more...

Los Angeles Community College District Renames Building at L.A. Trade-Technical College in Honor of L.A. Mayor Tom Bradley; Newly designated “Tom Bradley Center for Student Life” honors the life and legacy of the former mayor

December 14, 2017

LAWT News Service

 

The Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD) honored the late five- term mayor of Los Angeles Tom Bradley with the renaming of a building on the campus of... Read more...

Los Angeles City Council Revokes Liquor License for the Liquor Bank

December 14, 2017

LAWT News Service

 

On Tuesday, the Los Angeles City Council voted unanimously to revoke the conditional use permit to sell alcohol for the property at 3600 West Stocker Street, also... Read more...

Black Faith Leaders Encourage Their Flocks to Sign Up for Obamacare

December 07, 2017

By Freddie Allen

NNPA Newswire

 

Faith leaders in the Black community are encouraging members of their congregations to sign-up for healthcare coverage during the Affordable... Read more...

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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
Milwaukee mayor urges peaceful protest after ex-cop cleared Written by Ivan Moreno
National Housing Wage Written by Charlene Muhammad
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City Council Considers Eliminating Columbus Day Written by City News Service
Arizona Leaders Call For Removal Of Confederate Monuments Written by Floyd Alvin Galloway
Sen. Kamala Harris Tours Los Angeles Sites Threatened by Trump Budget and GOP Health Care Bill; No modern president has proposed cuts as huge to programs for struggling families as Trump. We’re talking $2.5 trillion in the next decade. Meanwhile, milliona Written by Niele Anderson
McCoy to Continue Serving Compton’s Third District Written by Staff and Wire Report
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Brown Wins by a Landslide Written by Staff and Wire Report
Court Upholds Conviction of Inglewood Attacker Written by City News Service
Shooting of 17-Year-Old Sparks Investigation Written by City News Service
Homelessness Jumps in City and County of Los Angeles Written by CRAIG CLOUGH
Flint residents still suffering, forgotten, abandoned; Three Years Since Discovery of Tainted Water, Little Has Changed Written by D. Kevin McNeir
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CBC Members Call Trump Presence at Museum Opening an Insult; John Lewis and Bennie Thompson Spar with President Trump Over Mississippi Civil Rights Museum Dedication

CBC Members Call Trump Presence at Museum Opening an Insult; John Lewis and Bennie Thompson Spar with President Trump Over Mississippi Civil Rights Museum Dedication

December 14, 2017 By Lauren Victoria Burke NNPA Newswire   When two members of the Congressional Black Caucus, longtime Mississippi Congressman Bennie...

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Community

Compton Youth Pastor in Fatal Hit & Run

Compton Youth Pastor in Fatal Hit & Run

December 14, 2017 By Cora Jackson-Fossett Contributing Writer   A hit-and-run accident took the life of the Rev. Arturo Da’Naire Frazier, a youth...

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Sports News

Jackie Robinson Statue Unveiled at Rose Bowl Stadium

Jackie Robinson Statue Unveiled at Rose Bowl Stadium

December 07, 2017 By Lauren A. Jones Contributing Writer   With blue skies and the San Gabriel mountains as the backdrop, the Jackie Robinson statue...

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Arts & Culture

African American Film Critics Association Names ‘Get Out’ the Top Film of 2017; Daniel Kaluuya, Frances McDormand, Laurence Fishburne and Tiffany Haddish Earn Acting Wins from the Nation’s Premiere Black Critics Group

African American Film Critics Association Names ‘Get Out’ the Top Film of 2017; Daniel Kaluuya, Frances McDormand, Laurence Fishburne and Tiffany Haddish  Earn Acting Wins from the Nation’s Premiere Black Critics Group

December 14, 2017 LAWT News Service   Jordan Peele’s seismic thriller “Get Out” captured the most wins from the members of the African American...

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