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‘Do you think the November election will be fair?’

STREET BEAT Govanna M. Los Angeles “I don’t think it will be fair because of the president. I think that he’s doing everything in his power to...

Mall owner asks county to allow reopenings

Wave Wire Services LOS ANGELES — One day after a group of business owners filed a federal lawsuit against Los Angeles County, challenging its COVID-19-related...

Free ride ends for Culver CityBus passengers

By Cynthia Gibson Contributing Writer CULVER CITY — The city’s bus service resumed collecting fares Sept. 14 after providing free rides for passengers since March 18. The...

Black Business Expo hands outs virtual advice

By Shirley Hawkins Contributing Writer LOS ANGELES — Motivational speaker Les brown was once labeled in school as “educatably retarded.” Now he speaks to large groups of...

Activist wants NFL teams to help with school district debt

By John W. Davis Contributing Writer INGLEWOOD — After standing outside of SoFi Stadium for nearly 12 hours Sept. 13, Morris Phillips was steadfast in his...

Sheriff’s Dept. has no new information on Kizzee shooting

Wave Wire Services LOS ANGELES — Sheriff Alex Villanueva said Sept. 10 that his department’s internal investigation into the fatal shooting of a 29-year-old man...

Music Center offers Lewis doc watch party

From City News Service LOS ANGELES — The Music Center is among more than five dozen arts and cultural institutions collaborating on a nationwide watch...

L.A.’s dream playoff series becomes Clippers nightmare

SPORTS DIGEST By Don Wanlass Contributing Writer So much for the playoff series everyone wanted to see. The Los Angeles Clippers failed to take care of business and...

Rams announce donation to Crozier Middle School

Wave Staff and Wire Reports INGLEWOOD — Prior to the team's opening game at SoFi Stadium Sept. 13, the Rams announced a $100,000 donation to...

Bell mural reflects migrant peoples’ experiences

By Jose Ivan Cazares Contributing Writer BELL — Hector (Tetris) Arias is among dozens of artists being put to work to uplift and inspire Los Angeles...

Local storytellers recognized by independent film fest

By Ashley Orona Contributing Writer BELL — A documentary short by a local community group put Southeast Los Angeles on the international stage when it was...

APLA health holds virtual AIDS Walk, plans new facilities

MAKING A DIFFERENCE By Darlene Donloe Contributing Writer APLA Health, a staple in Baldwin Hills since 2013, recently held its first-ever virtual AIDS Walk Los Angeles fundraising...

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‘Do you think the November election will be fair?’

STREET BEAT Govanna M. Los Angeles “I don’t think it will be fair because of the president. I think that he’s doing everything in his power to...

Mall owner asks county to allow reopenings

Wave Wire Services LOS ANGELES — One day after a group of business owners filed a federal lawsuit against Los Angeles County, challenging its COVID-19-related...

California boosts COVID-19 workplace safety rules

By Emily Jo Wharry Contributing Writer L.A.’s Al Fresco program, which launched in May to help restaurants quickly adapt to outdoor dining, has been paused by city...

Free ride ends for Culver CityBus passengers

By Cynthia Gibson Contributing Writer CULVER CITY — The city’s bus service resumed collecting fares Sept. 14 after providing free rides for passengers since March 18. The...