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Twelfth Annual Books and Basketball returns to South L.A. Written by LAWT News Service
Gangs unite for peace; L.A. Sentinel Executive Publisher Danny Bakewell, Sr. discusses the need for unity at gang peace summit in South L.A. on July 17 Written by Charlene Muhammad
Compton’s My Brother’s Keeper Initiative announces 2016 Summer Empowerment and Peace Summit; Summit to focus young men of color in Compton Written by LAWT News Service
City program aims to fill 15,000 job openings with youth Written by City News Service
Civic leaders urge action on homelessness and blight Written by Charlene Muhammad
Marijuana initiative qualifies for November ballot Written by STEVEN HERBERT
7-Eleven celebrates South L.A. grand opening Written by Charlene Muhammad
Burke to host ‘Replace Your Ride’ event in Inglewood Written by LAWT News Service
‘Parks after Dark’ to expand Written by City News Service
Wesson announces new funding for Tom Bradley FamilySource Center Written by LAWT News Service
Compton’s new guard: Mayor Aja Brown pushes bold new agenda to repave every street in Compton; Compton rappers YG and Compton Menace take to social media to help mayor move Compton forward Written by LAWT News Service
NFL legend Jim Brown tackles gang violence Written by Charlene Muhammad
Mission 26: ET-94 comes home Written by Troy Tieuel
Brentwood students post themselves rapping, using ‘N-word’ Written by City News Service
Gipsons host ‘Women’s Leadership Breakfast’ Written by LAWT News Service
The Time for Action on the Homelessness Crisis is Now Written by Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas
MTA celebrates new Crenshaw Line with ‘Halfway There’ event Written by LAWT Staff Report
Miseries for the Homeless Don’t End in the Spring and Summer Written by Kishana Flenory
Excessive water use penalties to go into effect, says Mayor Written by City News Service
LAPD Begins Town Hall Meetings on Crime Written by City News Service
Governor approves clean up funding for neighborhoods surrounding Exide plant Written by City News Service
LAUSD invests in inner-city arts programs, showcases students in Grand Arts Festival Written by LAWT News Service
The Department of Public Social Services and CalFresh fight hunger in Watts Written by Shirley Hawkins
UniverSoul Circus Comes to Stub Hub; Spectators are enjoying the show, though some are questioning their position on animal rights Written by Jennifer Bihm
Grocery Outlet is newest grocery store to open for business in Compton; New independently owned grocery store has 85 percent local hires Written by LAWT News Service
Gay, gifted and Black, the LGBTQ community honors its own at ­second annual Truth Awards Written by LAWT News Service
Homeless Advocates' Lawsuit Accuses LAPD, Other City Workers of Wrongdoing Written by ELIZABETH HSING-HUEI CHOU
Kali Kappas for Flint Written by LAWT News Service
Kirkland to retire as AME Bishop, But not from preaching; Celebration set for March 11 to salute his 55-year ministry Written by Cora Jackson-Fossett
Carson recalls Jim Dear Written by City News Service