2 hrs ago
2 Long Beach suspects accused of human trafficking
Two Long Beach men have been taken into custody for allegedly kidnapping at least two women and forcing them into prostitution.
10 hrs ago
CA: Funding OKd for Light-Rail Station in Leimert Park
After years spent fighting for a light-rail station in Leimert Park, South Los Angeles community members got their wish Thursday with the approval of full funding for a stop in the heart of L.A.'s African American community.
Thu May 23, 2013
Easy Reader News
Soroptimist reflects on 60 years serving Manhattan Beach community
In the fringes of World War II, then 26-year-old Bette Deziel and her husband Don opened a jewelry store in downtown Manhattan Beach.
Wed May 22, 2013
The Daily Breeze
Environmental Charter School expands footprint into Gardena area
New Environmental Charter Middle School near Gardena is located on the property of a former church.
Cardinal Court Inglewood WR Zaire Andre
Inglewood, Calif. three-star WR Zaire Andre's recruitment just picked up. Houston was the junior's first and, for a while, only offer, but Nebraska, Washington State and San Jose State all proffered this week.
Mon May 20, 2013
NBC Los Angeles
Ex-Convict Is "Imminent Public Threat": Police
An ex-convict who police have labeled as "extremely violent" and an "imminent public threat" is on the loose, police said on Monday.
Ontario Airport: Cities sue Lax over expansion plan
A person prepares to head up stairs to his boarding gate on Wednesday, May 16, 2012 at Ontario International Airport.
Sun May 19, 2013
Alleged 'Make It Quick Bandit' Suspected In Gardena Bank Robbery
The FBI said in a statement that the so-called "Make It Quick Bandit" is accused in a tenth robbery.
LA Daily News
Grass-roots candidates for L.A. City Council seek traction
Three runoff elections for the Los Angeles City Council on May 21 have pitted local candidates stressing their grass-roots support against what they see as either Sacramento or city political insiders trying to take over local government.
Sat May 18, 2013
Networking is still critical
Today I had the opportunity to sit in on two meetings and network with a community non-profit group hosting the meetings.
San Bernardino County Sun
Ontario, San Bernardino County set to sue LAWA
Attorneys representing several cities and San Bernardino County opposed to a plan to modernize Los Angeles International Airport say they are in the process of filing a lawsuit against the agency that oversees LAX.
Thu May 16, 2013
LA city attorney race: Carmen Trutanich, Mike Feuer face off at Inglewood radio station
Los Angeles City Attorney Carmen Trutanich and his challenger, Mike Feuer, met one last time at a radio station in Inglewood before next week's election, each making their case as to why they deserve the top legal job in L.A. "We've protected the treasury, we protected the people in this city better than they've ever been protected in the history ... (more)
Wed May 15, 2013
The Daily Breeze
Ousted Inglewood Unified leader took $100K buyout, district still spiraling down
The state-appointed leader of the Inglewood Unified School District was removed after only two months on the job back in December, but still received a $100,000 buyout.
Desmond Pringle's New CD Hits Stores Today
Desmond Pringle's golden tenor can be heard on some of the finest recordings in recent times.
Tue May 14, 2013
The Beaumont Enterprise
Church of Scientology of Inglewood Hosts Seminar and Open House
Church of Scientology of Inglewood Hosts Seminar and Open House A group of 77 students were guests at a special open house and seminar at the Church of Scientology of Inglewood, California, March 12, 2013.The students are enrolled in a sociology class at City Honors Preparatory High School, a charter school in Inglewood, and the seminar was ... (more)
Mon May 13, 2013
Easy Reader News
Manhattan Beach Fire Department donates fire engine to El Camino College
The Manhattan Beach Fire Department recently donated a retired 1989 Emergency One Hush fire engine to El Camino College's Fire Academy in Inglewood, helping to replace its aging fleet of engines built in the 1970s.
Frying Pan News
Don't Close the Courts of First Resort
L.A. Superior Court judges are doing the wrong thing. They decided to deal with a $53 million budget deficit by arbitrarily closing eight courthouses around L.A. County, which will send justice into chaos, inconvenience people and cause transportation and other problems.
The Daily Breeze
Transients suspected of causing Inglewood house fire
A noninjury fire that appears to have been set by one or more transients to keep warm broke out Monday at a vacant house in Inglewood, authorities said.
Fri May 10, 2013
U.S. data reveals how hospitals gouge Americans
If you need a new hip or knee joint in the United States, it's probably best not to hobble over to Monterey Park Hospital in California.
Thu May 09, 2013
Hollywood Park closure a mixed blessing for Inglewood
Racehorses vie for the lead during a turf race at Hollywood Park. The racetrack in Inglewood will be closing at the end of 2013.