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Culver City parks offers modified summer programming

CULVER CITY — Summer activities are back in session at Culver City parks, with some modifications, as the city’s Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department gradually restarted their programming beginning in  late June, after Los Angeles County temporarily suspended park operations in late March to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Corey Lakin, the city’s Parks, Read More…

Homeless program targets those vulnerable to COVID-19

Family opens Bell Garden’s first Afro-Mexican restaurant

Fireworks damage may force family from home

ALHAMBRA — A family is facing eviction after their house on Lemon Street caught fire and sustained damage during the Fourth of July holiday. The Perez family is in danger of losing the home after a stray firework landed on the house and caused a fire that damaged the back exterior corner and porch. After Read More…

Venice Family Clinic expands outreach to homeless

County commission approves Walnut Park housing project

Corona Virus Update

Cases In Los Angeles County

Total: 176,028 Cases 4,375 Deaths

New Cases today: 2,039 cases 17 Deaths 

 Last Updated 7/27/2020

Chaos as police clash with George Floyd protesters at White House

Violence, arrests in New York City amid wave of protests

‘Should people be allowed to not wear masks in public?’

STREET BEAT Brook M. Playa del Rey “I don’t feel it needs to be a law, but certainly just to be responsible and courteous, definitely. Establishments should certainly be able to enforce it to protect their customers.”  Teresa J. Mar Vista “I don’t believe it should be a law that everyone wears their mask, but Read More…

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THE HUTCHINSON REPORT: County’s anti-racism motion won’t cut it

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SPORTS DIGEST: Dodgers take a stand against racial injustice

Ten Los Angeles Dodgers players have spoken out against racial injustice in a video released July 16 and committed to use their platforms to amplify the voices of Los Angeles social justice organizations. “For centuries, the Black community has lived in a different America,” pitcher Clayton Kershaw said. “Instead of addressing racism, inequality, and injustice, Read More…

Education Local News West Edition

District dispels rumors about Morningside High closure

INGLEWOOD — The Inglewood Unified School District held a virtual town hall meeting July 14 to dispel rumors that the district is considering closing Morningside High School. “As a proud Monarch, that’s not happening,” said Inglewood school board President D’Artagnan Scorza, who grew up in Inglewood and graduated from Morningside High School in 1998. “We Read More…