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Group Home Operator Sues State for Revoking License Because He Held Down Teen Armed With a Knife Written by Aldon Thomas Stiles
Chef Keith Corbin to Open New Restaurant in 2020; Watts native, Chef Corbin, is set to open a new restaurant while continuing to serve the community at Alta Adams. Written by Shannen Hill
California calls pot smoke, THC a risk to moms-to-be Written by MICHAEL R. BLOOD
Karim Webb Fights to Bring Equality to the Cannabis Business Written by Danny Bakewell, Jr.
Council President Wesson Stepping Down From Presidency to Focus on County Supervisor Campaign; Councilwoman Nury Martinez Elected as First Latina Los Angeles City Council President Written by LAWT News Service
Los Angeles World Airports CEO to Step Down in March Written by City News Service
Bowers Retail Complex Honored Written by LAWT News Service
It’s a Woman’s World: Black Democrats Swear In All-Women Executive Team Written by California Black Media
Gov. Newsom Nominates First Black Woman to Serve on First District Court of Appeal; Congratulations, Judge Teri L. Jackson! Written by California Black Media
L.A. City Council Approves Compliance Platform Agreement With Airbnb Written by City News Service
Council President Asks Cannabis Head to Suspend Special Retail Applications Written by ERIC HEINZ
Black News Channel Launches In America Bringing Multi-Platform Black News Network to Various Cities Across America Written by Saybin Roberson
Chase Bank and Advancing Black Pathways Hosts “Chase Chat” Written by LAWT News Service
Marketers Should Show More Respect for the Black Consumer, According to a Report Written by Stacy M. Brown
SCAQMD and Sentinel Host Community Leaders on Air Quality; South Coast Air Quality Management District educates and solicits community support for cleaner air within our neighborhoods. Written by Cora Jackson-Fossett
Leadership Partners with L.A. Sentinel; To close the unemployment gap among youth in South L.A. Written by Kristina Dixon
Mayor Eric Garcetti and Nickerson Gardens Residents in Watts Celebrates Being Awarded $3.7 Million Jobs Plus Initiative Grant Written by Saybin Roberson
L.A. City Councilman Wants to Appoint Homeless People to Advisory Commission Written by City News Service
California Democratic Party Black Caucus Elects All Women to Board Written by Manny Otiko
L.A. Watts Times Endorses Henry Jones for CalPERS President; Henry Jones asks for your vote to stay on the retirement agency’s Board of Administration Written by Imani Sumbi
NNPA Makes Plans for the Future During Informal Gathering in Houston; Though it was not an official board of directors meeting, the two-day planning session and retreat in Houston included NNPA executive board members: NNPA Chair Karen Carter Richards; Fi Written by Stacy Brown
Working Moms Create a Safe Indoor Space for Parents and Children to Bond Over Fun and Creativity at Little Play Society Written by Saybin Roberson
Ivie, McNeill, Wyatt Adds Purcell & Diggs to Law Firm’s Name; Byron Purcell and Rodney S. Diggs intend to continue the legacy of the firm in representing the community and bringing justice. Written by Brian W. Carter
NAMAD Honors James Farmer with Lifetime Achievement Award Written by Stacy M. Brown
California Seeks More People of Color to Draw Political Maps Written by Don Thompson
Earned Income Tax Credit Reduces Taxes for Low- and Moderate-Income Wage Earners Written by Christopher G. Cox
Ebony and Jet Images to be Donated After Photo Archive Sale Written by Sally Ho and Jesse J. Holland
All 12 Federal Appropriations Committees Adopt Norton’s Minority Ad Spending Measure; Gov’t agencies must demonstrate that they’re doing business with minority-owned media Written by Stacy M. Brown
Dynamex Law: Many Black App-Based Drivers, Media Freelancers Want to Remain ‘Their Own Bosses’ Written by Tanu Henry
Transformative 5G Technology Arrives Written by Stacy M. Brown