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The L.A. Watts Summer Games Return After Four-Year Absence with a New Name and Expanded Mission; Games Are Now Called the USA City Games To Be Showcased at L.A. Memorial Coliseum, June 17 Written by LAWT News Service
L.A. Homelessness Up Written by Charlene Muhammad
Brotherhood Crusade is seeking 17-24 Year Old Youth for Upcoming Hiring Fair Opportunities Written by LAWT News Service
Metro Makes Plans to Improve Bus Service in the Southland Written by City News Service
LAHSA Seeking Individuals for Homelessness Advisory Group Written by City News Service
Tommy The Clown Celebrates 25 Years at USC Galen Center Written by Brandon I. Brooks Managing Editor and Kimberlee Buck Staff Writer
Inglewood Park Cemetery Caught in The Middle of City Parking Dilemma; Tension rises as community learns Inglewood Park Cemetery is being used after hours for Forum overflow parking. Written by Niele Anderson
With Honor and Gratitude, City of Inglewood Remembers Written by LAWT News Service
Days of Dialogue Targets The Next Generation; The decades-spanning forum recently convened to bring youth together with LAPD to talk about protocol, media, and becoming a police officer. Written by Brian W. Carter
With Final Ballots Tallied Compton’s Millennial Mayor Aja Brown Leads With 47 Percent Of Votes Cast; Runoff election to be held June 6 Written by LAWT News Service
John J. Kennedy Elected Vice Mayor of Pasadena Written by LAWT News Service
City Attorney files suits against ‘Crime Property’ Owners Written by City News Service
Wesson Introduces Anti Drilling Motion Written by CRAIG CLOUGH
California State Assembly Passes Resolution Commemorating Legacy of Jackie Robinson Written by LAWT News Service
Jada Paul Hosts Sixth Annual Prom Dress Giveaway Written by LAWT News Service
Celebrating Black Panther Party Through Art Written by Cora Jackson-Fossett
Founder of Jazz At Drew, Roland Hayes Betts, Passes Written by LAWT News Service
Family, Friends and Fans Bid Farewell to Felicia ‘Auntie Fee’ Odell; The internet has lost a dash of its humor and flavor Written by Niele Anderson
Brotherhood Crusade is seeking 16-24 Year Old Youth for Upcoming Paid Work Experience/Internship and Job Placement Opportunities Written by LAWT News Service
March for Wakiesha Wilson Written by Charlene Muhammad
LAPD Commission seeks community help to establish new video policies Written by Charlene Muhammad
Free Community Clean Up Written by Staff Report
South Central Los Angeles Regional Center Renames Its Family Resource Center Written by LAWT News Service
Salute to the Living Legends of Tennis Written by LAWT News Service
Car Clubs Promoting Peace and Unity in Los Angeles Written by Jennifer Bihm
Spivey’s art dazzles in Watts Tower Exhibit Written by Cora Jackson-Fossett
South L.A. says No to Measure S; Measure S would block the jobs, economic development and affordable housing South LA needs and demands—just as revitalization is taking off Written by LAWT News Service
Measure S is Bad for Our Community Written by LAWT News Service
Family Looks for Answers in Compton Man’s Death Written by Jennifer Bihm
Councilman Curren Price kickoff rally Written by LAWT News Service