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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Oklahoma student who led racist chant to meet Black leaders Written by SEAN MURPHY
Virginia gov. calls for investigation into student’s arrest Written by Associated Press
Jewelry Store Robbers Could be Charged for Fellow Thieves’ Murders Written by PAUL ANDERSON
Video of racist chant threatens Univ. of Oklahoma’s progress Written by SEAN MURPHY and JUSTIN JUOZAPAVICIUS
AG Harris announces new inmate program for L.A. County Written by City News Service
Voter turnout low in city primary Written by City News Service
Homeless shooting victim was to be deported, said federal authorities Written by City News Service
The History of Labor Unions; Recognizing African Americans involvement in labor equality and union diversity Written by Amen Oyiboke
Historic March for Justice Brings Together Community Leaders, Ezell Ford’s Family Written by Staff and Wire Report
Senator Isadore Hall to run for Congress; Rep. Janice Hahn leaves house in Supervisor bid Written by Kenneth D. Miller
Council President Herb Wesson: Powerful leadership; As the leader of L.A.’s City Council Wesson has been revered by many, feared by some but always respected Written by Staff and Wire Report
Nitrogen gas death penalty bills clear Oklahoma panels Written by SEAN MURPHY
The dynamic history of Blacks $1 trillion buying power; Foundation of Our Economic Progress Rooted in Los Angeles Written by Kenneth D. Miller
Abdul Jabbar, other celebs honored at City Hall Written by LAWT News Service
Students chart plans to overcome mass incarceration, gender violence and police brutality at UC Irvine conference Written by Charlene Muhammad and Dezarae Muhammad
Vice President Joe Biden tells Los Angeles students and community leaders, 12 years is not enough education in 2015 Written by Maleena Lawrence
Boko Haram leader claims massacre in Baga, threatens more Written by Haruna Umar and Michelle Faul
US, Cuba spar over migration policy at historic Havana talks Written by Bradley Klapper and Michael Weissenstein
Need help filing out your tax return? Don’t call the IRS Written by Stephen Ohlemacher
Body camera policy discussed in South LA, Canoga Park Written by Elizabeth Hsing-Huei Chou
Jury begins hearing case against reputed gang member charged in 5-year-old boy’s killing Written by City News Service
Confrontation, Arrests over Ezell Ford shooting Written by Thandisizwe Chimurenga
Suspect in recent LAPD shooting charged Written by City News Service
Ezell Ford autopsy reveals police brutality Written by LAWT News Service
The true meaning of Christmas Written by Amen Oyiboke
Kerman Maddox led vigil lends impact to protest Written by Kenneth D. Miller
Clinton denounces torture, says Black lives matter Written by JILL COLVIN
Pop Warner family to proceed with lawsuit Written by City News Service
L.A. Metro seeks additional public input for bikesharing Written by City News Service
Malala’s moment: Nobel winner speaks out Written by DANICA KIRKA

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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