Collision XVII Coaches Named; Redondo Union’s Enrique, Beverly Hills Turner to Lead Southern Teams El Camino Real’s Wyatt and Narbonne’s Sanders Pilots City Squads

March 26, 2015

 

City News Service 

Redondo Union’s Marcelo Enriquez who won his 400th game coaching the Lady Seahawks this season and his 5th CIF-Southern Section championship and Jarvis Turner who... Read more...

‘My Sister’s Keeper’ Launched at Howard University & Spelman College; Black Women’s Health Imperative’ Program Focuses on Women Health Issues

March 26, 2015

 

By Maria Adebola 

Special to the NNPA from the Afro-American Newspaper 

 

Black Women’s Health Imperative, a Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit has launched the first... Read more...

I Had a Heart Attack

March 26, 2015

 

By George E. Curry 

NNPA Columnist 

Nothing was more startling than when a cardiologist looked me directly in the eyes and said matter-of-factly: “It looks like you had a... Read more...

Fox sues record label in dispute over ‘Empire’ title

March 26, 2015

 

Associated Press 

 

Fox has asked a federal judge to issue an order allowing the network to continue to use “Empire” as the title of its newest hit show after a record... Read more...

LAPD struggling to combat crime increase

March 26, 2015

 

City News Service 

 

 

Los Angeles police are struggling to combat an increase in crime across the city this year, including a sharp spike in the number of people... Read more...

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Egypt court upholds Muslim Brotherhood ban Written by SARAH EL DEEB
Congressman Jesse L. Jackson, Jr. reports to Butner Federal Correctional Facility in North Carolina Written by LAWT News Service
Blacks still represent the majority of Orleans Parish residents Written by Christopher Tidmore
NAACP: New exams block graduation Written by Christian Morrow
Black NY bus driver saves woman from jumping off bridge Written by LAWT News Service
Radio One’s Sheila Stewart killed in Atlanta car accident Written by Avis Thomas-Lester
Judge delays ruling on a dismissal of charges against teen shot by police Written by Ashley N. Johnson
Call me Senator Cory Booker; Booker wins Senate seat Written by Glenn Townes
Black farmers finally collect in $1.2 billion in discrimination case Written by Freddie Allen
NAACP Board of Directors holds final board meeting of the year Written by LAWT News Service
Walters honored, lionized at Howard U. Conference Written by Barrington M. Salmon
Back on the job, federal workers worry about another shutdown Written by Jazelle Hunt
Obama taps Jeh Johnson to lead Homeland Security Written by LAWT News Service
Ivie, McNeill & Wyatt seek justice for Johnson family; Law firm files wrongful death suit against Riverside law enforcement officers’ after use of excessive force resulted in the death of an unarmed man Written by Brian W. Carter
Science fiction can rescue Black communities Written by Stafford L. Battle
Egypt: Relations with United States in ‘turmoil’ Written by Barbara Surk
Sagging pants banned in some Texas restaurants Written by Cierra Duncan
U.S. increases un-needed surveillance of citizens Written by Freddie Allen
28 years in prison for corrupt ex-Detroit mayor Written by Ed White
National Black Church Initiative; NBCI asks Black community to leave Tavis Smiley and Dr. Cornel West alone, “take their hands off of these brothers” Written by LAWT News Service
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Egypt's capital scarred by 2½ years of turmoil; Egypt's vital capital of Cairo now scarred by 2½ years of turmoil, violence Written by Hamza Hendawi
The Black mecca 50 years later: Did Black Atlanta get to the promise land? Written by Kenya King
Politicians weigh in on shutdown Written by Jennifer Bihm
SCLC Veteran Evelyn Lowery dies Written by David Stokes
Lee Thornton, famed journalist and former NPR host, dies Written by LAWT News Service
Government shutdown harder on Black workers Written by George E. Curry
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News

Oklahoma student who led racist chant to meet Black leaders

Oklahoma student who led racist chant to meet Black leaders

March 26, 2015   By SEAN MURPHY  Associated Press    A former University of Oklahoma student who led a racist chant apologized personally to the...

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Community

Grant proposals approved for city projects

Grant proposals approved for city projects

March 26, 2015   City News Service      All but one of eight grant proposals to fund money-saving ideas submitted by city employees were approved...

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Sports News

Redemption Time for Lawndale and Chimezie Metu

Redemption Time for Lawndale and Chimezie Metu

March 19, 2015   By Kenneth D. Miller  Assistant Managing Editor    For the past two weeks Lawndale High School basketball has been the talk of...

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Arts & Culture

Ferrell, Hart defend ‘Get Hard’ after a jolt of criticism

Ferrell, Hart defend ‘Get Hard’ after a jolt of criticism

March 26, 2015   By JAKE COYLE and MICHAEL CIDONI LENNOX  Associated Press    In the annals of film festival flops — from unexpected boos to...

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