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California State University, Dominguez Hills to Celebrate Inauguration of Dr. Willie J. Hagan
Written by Sentinel News Service 24 April 2014
Dr. Willie J. Hagan CSU Chancellor White to install President Hagan and former U.S. Under Secretary of Education Martha Kanter to deliver Keynote Address   Dr. Willie J. Hagan will be ... read more >>
AABLI Congratulates Robert Lewis
Written by Sentinel News Service 24 April 2014
AABLI alums Ron Carter and Robert Lewis (right) at their summer mixer in August 2013   Members of the African American Board Leadership Institute said they are “proud” to announce Robert ... read more >>
Pullen-Miles Becomes Lawndale’s first Black Mayor
Written by Staff and Wire Report 24 April 2014
  Three-term Lawndale City Councilman Robert Pullen-Miles was elected as that city’s first Black mayor on Tuesday April 8 with over 50 percent of the vote.  Now, he informed residents, he is ready ... read more >>
L.A. County Unemployment Rate Holds Steady
Written by City News Service 24 April 2014
The seasonally adjusted unemployment rate in Los Angeles County held steady at 8.7 percent in March, compared to the previous month, the state Employment Development Department announced on Friday ... read more >>
USC Halloween Shooter gets 40 Years to Life
Written by Terri Vermeulen Keith City News Service 24 April 2014
USC shooting victim Geno Hall (file photo)   A 21-year-old man was sentenced April 18, to 40 years to life in prison for a shooting that wounded four people outside a Halloween party on the USC ... read more >>
Angelenos Pay Highest Auto Insurance Premiums
Written by City News Service 17 April 2014
 Los Angeles County drivers pay the highest automobile insurance premiums in California, according to a report released April 8 by the personal finance social network WalletHub. The report says Glendale ... read more >>
The Brotherhood Crusade: Bridging the Digital Divide in South Los Angeles
Written by Sentinel News Service 17 April 2014
  The Brotherhood Crusade is helping to bridge the digital divide in South Los Angeles with the reopening of its Youth Source Center, which now includes a state-of-the-art computer lab. A ribbon-cutting ... read more >>
Student Wins at LA County Science Fair, Qualifies for Intel International Science and Engineering Fair
Written by Sentinel News Service 17 April 2014
  Legend has it that the Fountain of Youth restores the youth of anyone who bathes in its waters. For centuries, we have been captivated by the question of how we age. Local high school junior Caleb ... read more >>
Officers Tampered with Voice Recording Equipment, According to Report
Written by City News Service 17 April 2014
Tampering was to avoid being monitored   Los Angeles police officers tampered with voice recording equipment in dozens of patrol cars to avoid being monitored while on duty, according to records ... read more >>
SEIU Local 99 Members Issue No Endorsement in LAUSD District 1 School Board Election
Written by Sentinel News Service 17 April 2014
SEIU Local 99, which represents more than 30,000 cafeteria workers, custodians, bus drivers, special education assistants and other school support staff at LAUSD, has decided not to endorse a candidate ... read more >>
Demonstrators Want Tighter Pollution Regulations
Written by City News Service 17 April 2014
  Exide Technologies (file photo) Demonstrators rallied recently to demand tougher statewide action on plants like the Exide Technologies battery recycling plant in Vernon, where recent samples showed ... read more >>
Garcetti Releases $8.1 Billion Budget Proposal
Written by City News Service 17 April 2014
South L.A. Councilman Price Weighs In Mayor Eric Garcetti unveiled an $8.1 billion budget proposal on April 14 that includes money for expanding library hours, hiring more firefighters and code enforcement ... read more >>
Black LAPD Captain Files Suit Against City
Written by City News Service 17 April 2014
Capt. Byford Whittingham also alleges discrimination A Black Los Angeles police captain is suing the city, alleging he was denied promotions because he did not conform with what he claims is Chief Charlie ... read more >>
Mike Gipson Has His Eye On The 64th
Written by Brian W. Carter Sentinel Staff Writer brian@lasentinel.net 17 April 2014
 Current Assemblymember of the 64th District, Isadore Hall, has endorsed Gipson for the position stating, “we need to elect experienced leaders with the proven ability to bring people together to ... read more >>
Fatal California Bus Crash Claims Ten Lives
Written by Princess Manasseh LA Sentinel Contributing Writer 17 April 2014
  Bus_crash2- ENGAGED: “At the end. I’m so glad that the Lord took them both at the same time.” Said Michael Mayvett’s grandmother of he and his Fiancée Mattison Haywood PHOTO: Facebook Bus_crash4- ... read more >>
Servant Leader and a Friend to the Community
Written by Nicole Williams, Sentinel Contributing Writer 17 April 2014
Unconventional Leader: Senior Vice President of U.S. Bank, Darrell Brown is not only a leader, but also a friend and mentor (Photos By: Valerie Goodloe) 92204938 Senior Vice President of U.S. Bank ... read more >>
Free Food Industry Seminar Offered Tips for Business Success
Written by Sentinel News Service 10 April 2014
The Board of Equalization’s free Food Industry Seminar in Hermosa Beach was a huge success   California State Board of Equalization Chairman Jerome E. Horton conducted a Food Industry Seminar ... read more >>
Postal Service Extends Collection Hours at Select Greater Los Angeles Area Locations for Tax Day April Several mail processing facilities will collect stamped mail until midnight
Written by Sentinel News Service 10 April 2014
Select postal facilities will be extending mail collection service on April 15 to accommodate last-minute tax filers who want the safety and security of the U.S. Mail to send personal information on tax ... read more >>
Workers Protest ‘Wage Theft’ at South L.A. McDonald’s
Written by City News Service 10 April 2014
   A group of protesters marched today into a McDonald's in South Los Angeles over allegations of wage theft in the fast food industry, with one employee walking up to his manager to demand justice ... read more >>
Women of Color Support Project Gives Women with Cancer Hope
Written by Nicole Williams, Sentinel Contributing Writer 10 April 2014
Women from Women of Color Breast Cancer Survivor’s Support Project. In no particular order: Almeta Washington, Verba Harbrict, Joyce Evans, Debbie Campbell, June Murphy, Mary Battle, June Smith, Jean ... read more >>
The Battle to Educate Our Children
Written by Thandisizwe Chimurenga Sentinel Contributing Writer 10 April 2014
George McKenna As the race moves forward The Los Angeles Sentinel takes a look at the candidates who are running to improve the quality of education for our children today, tomorrow and into the future The ... read more >>
Joe Chow SCORES in new role at the Southern California Gas Company
Written by Edward Rice Sentinel Contributing Writer 09 April 2014
Creating opportunities and opening doors for small business owners keeps Joe Chow quite busy. As the Supply Chain Strategy and Planning Manager for Southern California Gas Company, Joe’s responsibilities ... read more >>
Prophet from the Projects is More than Just a Candidate
Written by Kenneth D. Miller Assistant Managing Editor 09 April 2014
For those who dream, he is their internal hope I’ve heard the whispers of this young man Prophet Walker for some months now, so much so that I took it upon myself to track down the novice Assembly ... read more >>
Taraji P. Henson to host 14th Annual BET Celebration of Gospel
Written by Princess Manasseh Sentinel Contributing Writer 03 April 2014
New host, another great show BET wins again with Celebration of Gospel 2014  Airing Sunday, April 6 BET’s Celebration of Gospel is a hand clapping, foot stomping, voice raising good time.  Filmed ... read more >>
USC's Black Student Assembly holds Candlelight Vigil for Trayvon Martin and Jordan Davis
Written by Shonassee Shaver Sentinel Contributing Writer shonassee@lasentinel.net 03 April 2014
USC student gives a speech on slain victims of racial violence. USC’s Black Student Body honors past and present victims of racial violence. USC’s Black Student Assembly (BSA) took a somber stance, ... read more >>

 

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