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Inglewood school board puts bond measure on November ballot

INGLEWOOD — The Inglewood Unified School District will ask voters to approve a $240 million bond measure on the Nov. 3 ballot. The bond measure...

Lawsuit challenges Trump administration over census

Wave Wire Services LOS ANGELES — A lawsuit has been filed by the state of California, the Los Angeles Unified School District and the cities...

School district, teachers reach start-of-year agreement

From City News Service LOS ANGELES — Members of the Los Angeles Unified School Board of Education heaped praise on distance-learning plans for the...

‘Should the government issue a second stimulus check?’

STREET BEAT Antonia M. Routt Los Angeles “I think it would be absolutely important to receive an additional stimulus check since initially we believed the pandemic would...

Camp Laurel focuses on needs of at-risk youth  

MAKING A DIFFERENCE There are plenty of summer camps for kids around the country, but Camp Laurel, according to its founder, is the only one...

County explores using parks, libraries as learning sites

LOS ANGELES — With school campuses remaining closed this fall, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors has voted to explore using county parks...

WeHo joins coalition seeking more COVID-19 funds

LOS ANGELES — Mayors and council members from cities throughout the county are demanding that the county and city of Los Angeles redistribute about...

Health officials encourage residents to file census forms

LOS ANGELES — County residents are falling behind the rest of the state in responding to the 2020 census, leading county officials to remind...

Woman brings fresh food to Leimert Park residents

LEIMERT PARK — Four years ago, Olympia Auset was at her wit’s end. She was taking a two-hour round-trip bus ride just to buy...

Inglewood restaurants struggle with indoor dining ban

INGLEWOOD — Most restaurants are struggling in Inglewood’s Market Street district, as indoor dining was banned for the second time during the coronavirus pandemic...

Grant program offers assistance for small business owners

LYNWOOD — With food sales plummeting more than 50% since the coronavirus pandemic hit Lynwood, micro entrepreneurs Ana Morales and her husband Miguel negotiated...

Former Rep. Esteban Torres receives medal from UCLA

LOS ANGELES — Former Rep. Esteban Torres, a one-time welder in an auto plant who became U.S. ambassador to UNESCO and director of the...

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L.A. County to launch $100M relief program for low-income renters

A beloved coffee shop for the LGBTQIA+ community had to close its doors this month. A new $100 million rent relief program for low-income renters...

Biden names Kamala Harris as vice presidential choice

Wave Wire Services LOS ANGELES — California Sen. Kamala Harris has been chosen as presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden's vice presidential running mate, a...

Health official ‘cautiously optimistic’ about latest coronavirus numbers

Wave Wire Services LOS ANGELES — With the county representing smaller shares of the state's coronavirus cases and deaths, Los Angeles County's public health director...

Health officials say hospitalizations continue to decline in Los Angeles County

Hospitalizations continue to decline in L.A. County. There are currently 1,568 confirmed COVID-19 patients hospitalized, down from last month’s average of 2,200 patients. — The Mercury...