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Members of Young Invincibles want their voices heard

MAKING A DIFFERENCE By Darlene Donloe Contributing Writer  If ever there was a year when the voices of young people are being heard in one way or...

Pandemic takes its toll on small business owners

By Alfredo Santana Contributing Writer DOWNEY — For media producer Luis Dominguez, jobs filming weddings, baptisms and quinceañera ceremonies came to a screeching halt in March...

Inglewood creates $2 million COVID-19 relief fund

By John W. Davis Contributing Writer INGLEWOOD — The city of Inglewood is creating a $2 million COVID-19 Relief Fund to help residents impacted by the...

LAUSD to expand tutoring opportunities for school year

Wave Wire Services LOS ANGELES — Free one-on-one tutoring will provided as part of the Los Angeles Unified School District’s plan this fall to bridge...

County needs hundred of voting centers for November

Wave Wire Services LOS ANGELES — Though all California voters will receive a vote-by-mail ballot, Los Angeles County officials say that hundreds of voting centers...

Head of foreign press group Lorenzo Soria dies

From City News Service LOS ANGELES — Lorenzo Soria, president of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association that annually presents the Golden Globe Awards, has died...

Councilman wants property owners fined for house parties

From City News Service LOS ANGELES — City Councilman David Ryu has introduced a City Council motion that seeks to increase penalties against property owners...

Montebello Marine killed in coastal training exercise

From City News Service MONTEBELLO — A member of the U.S. Marine Corps from Montebello was among eight Marines recovered from an amphibious vehicle that...

Compton school board approves COVID-19 protocols

By 2UrbanGirls Contributing Writer COMPTON — The Compton Unified School District is charting its own path while planning to safely reopen the district’s 36 campuses for...

Leimert Park bike shop fills a need for cyclists

By Darlene Donloe Contributing Writer LEIMERT PARK — Adé E. Neff is an avid cyclist who rides his bike everywhere. It’s his sole means of transportation. Since...

Venice Family Clinic expands food distribution

From City News Service CULVER CITY — Venice Family Clinic, the nonprofit community health center that has been distributing free food during the coronavirus pandemic,...

‘Is $600 a week too much for unemployment insurance?’

STREET BEAT Rick Porter Gardena “No. It’s the same amount from the previous stimulus plan and it should be maintained because people should be allowed to survive...

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Two City Council seats at stake in Culver City

City also has ballot measures on rent control, sales tax increase Wave Staff Report LOS ANGELES — After months of campaigning, debates and mailboxes filled with...

Residents line up to receive flu shots outside library

By Cynthia Gibson Contributing Writer CULVER CITY — The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health administered a record number of flu vaccines during a free...

County reveals new look for Rosa Parks transit center

By Sue Favor Contributing Writer WILLOWBROOK — The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority debuted the new Rosa Parks Customer Center and Transit Court in Oct....

Blacks aren’t about to save Trump at the polls

By Jesse Jackson Sr. Guest Columnist If a lie is repeated often enough, the truth may never catch up. Donald Trump understands this better than anyone,...