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Inglewood district sets school schedules for distance learning

By John W. Davis, Contributing Writer INGLEWOOD — The continued threat of COVID-19 has caused the Inglewood Unified School District to move forward with its plan...

Los Angeles joins lawsuit over census deadline

Wave Wire Services LOS ANGELES — City Attorney Mike Feuer announced Aug. 18 that Los Angeles has joined other cities and national organizations in filing...

Local officials criticize postal service cutbacks

Wave Wire Services LOS ANGELES — Several members of the Southland’s congressional delegation gathered at postal facilities across the region Aug. 18 to decry what...

County meeting five of six state COVID-19 monitoring benchmarks

Wave Wire Services LOS ANGELES — The county is meeting five of the state's six coronavirus-monitoring benchmarks, according to the public health director, who hailed...

Businesses urged to follow rules to protect workers

Wave Wire Services LOS ANGELES — A county health official is urging business owners to follow coronavirus-prevention measures, stressing that lower-income essential workers are paying...

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...

Coalition of cities asks county to share federal funds

From 2UrbanGirls CARSON — A coalition of 28 Southern California cities is demanding the county Board of Supervisors divvy up the $1.8 billion in coronavirus...

Inglewood has nearly 2,000 confirmed coronavirus cases

By John W. Davis, Contributing Writer INGLEWOOD — Nearly 2,000 Inglewood residents have been confirmed as coronavirus cases, according to the Los Angeles County Department of...

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...

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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,...