Attention...Calling For Jury Duty!
Written by Brian W. Carter (Sentinel Intern) 05 November 2009
Attention...Calling For Jury Duty!Jury duty ditchers may have to pay the piper.By Brian W. CarterSentinel InternSorry Compton... eluding jury duty may be coming to a close. Sanction hearings will be held ... read more >>
CarMax Foundation Awards $10,000 Grant to AbilityFirst
Written by Sentinel News Service 05 November 2009
CarMax Foundation Awards $10,000 Grant to AbilityFirst AbilityFirst receives a  $10,000 check from The CarMax Foundation. Pictured at CarMax in Inglewood are  (L-R): Andy Thalken, CarMax Location ... read more >>
California American Water Appoints Kevin Murray to Board of Directors
Written by Sentinel News Service 05 November 2009
California American Water Appoints Kevin Murray to Board of Directors Kevin Murray California American Water announced today that Kevin Murray, former state senator and principal in The Murray Group, ... read more >>
It's Criminal! 50 Days Later Mitrice Richardson is Still Missing
Written by Jasmyne A. Cannick (Contributing Writer) 05 November 2009
It's Criminal! 50 Days Later Mitrice Richardson is Still MissingMichael Richardson and Tessa Moon Something Just Isn't Right-Family Calls for a Federal Investigation into their Daughter's Disappearance ... read more >>
It's Chief Charlie Beck
Written by Jasmyne A. Cannick (Contributing Writer) 05 November 2009
It's Chief Charlie BeckChief Charlie BeckLos Angeles has a new police chief-designate, and from all accounts, he will be confirmed by the city council. Special to the Sentinel by Jasmyne A. CannickEarly ... read more >>
Get Ready for Annual Brotherhood Crusade Dinner
Written by Yussuf J. Simmonds (Managing Editor) 05 November 2009
Get Ready for Annual Brotherhood Crusade DinnerChariss Bremond-WeaverThis year's event will debut the Bremond-Bakewell Pioneer of African American Achievement Award Dinner.By Yussuf J. SimmondsSentinel ... read more >>
L.A.’s New Top Cop: Charlie Beck
Written by Jasmyne A. Cannick (Columnist) 03 November 2009
L.A.’s New Top Cop: Charlie Beck Special to the Sentinel by Jasmyne A. Cannick Early Tuesday morning the news leaked that Deputy Chief Charlie Beck had been anointed by Mayor Antonio Villaragosa ... read more >>
Another Cookie Nation Success Story
Written by Ingrid Alexander (Contributing Writer) 29 October 2009
Another Cookie Nation Success StoryTony StubblefieldBy Ingrid Alexander Contributing Writer Tony Stubblefield is owner of North American Rooter and Plumbing. He really couldn't believe it himself. Tony ... read more >>
Childcare Subsidies
Written by Sentinel News Service 29 October 2009
Childcare SubsidiesCNS--The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors agreed today to continue a $4.25 million, state-funded program that subsidizes college tuition for those working in qualified child care ... read more >>
Charlene Muhammad Recipient of Media Fellowship
Written by Sentinel News Service 29 October 2009
Charlene Muhammad Recipient of Media Fellowship Charlene MuhammadCharlene Muhammad, Western Region Correspondent for the Final Call Newspaper and Los Angeles Sentinel contributor and columnist ("With ... read more >>
USTA, SCTA and L.A. Brotherhood Crusade Partner to Promote Youth Tennis
Written by Sentinel News Service 29 October 2009
USTA, SCTA and L.A. Brotherhood Crusade Partner to Promote Youth Tennis in So. L.A.The USTA announced recently that it is awarding the Los Angeles Brotherhood Crusade $10,000 in Recreational Tennis Grants ... read more >>
Who Will be the Next Police Chief?
Written by Jasmyne A. Cannick (Contributing Writer) 29 October 2009
 Who Will be the Next Police Chief? Chief William Bratton Jasmyne Cannick With LAPD Chief William Bratton stepping down on Saturday, he granted an exclusive interview with the Sentinel to discuss ... read more >>
Smiley presents American I Am: The African American Imprint
Written by Brandon I. Brooks (Entertainment Editor) 29 October 2009
Smiley presents American I Am: The African American ImprintTavis Smiley By Brandon I. Brooks Sentinel Entertainment Editor Tavis Smiley sets new scholastic trend with an African American traveling museum ... read more >>
Social Security Recipients May Not Receive Adjustment
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 29 October 2009
Social Security Recipients May Not Receive AdjustmentBy Jason LewisSentinel Staff WriterForty-One million seniors who depend on Social Security may not receive a cost-of-living adjustment, according to ... read more >>
Congresswoman Richardson Hosts Transportation Roundtable
Written by Francis Taylor (Contributing Writer) 29 October 2009
Congresswoman Richardson Hosts Transportation RoundtableCongresswoman Laura RichardsonBy Francis TaylorSentinel Staff WriterCongresswoman Laura Richardson recently hosted a roundtable discussion on the ... read more >>
Brotherhood Crusade Honors Soledad O’Brien
Written by Ginger Campbell 29 October 2009
Brotherhood Crusade Honors Soledad O’Brien Soledad O'BrienSoledad O'Brien Honored at Annual Brotherhood Crusade Pioneer of African American Achievement Award DinnerBy Ginger CampbellCNN anchor and ... read more >>
"Green" Jobs Event for Students and Young Professionals to Turn Passion for Environment into a Career
Written by Sentinel News Service 22 October 2009
"Green" Jobs Event for Students and Young Professionals to Turn Passion for Environment into a CareerAmidst California's double digit unemployment gloom, at least one "hot" industry shows significant promise: ... read more >>
A Peace Trajectory
Written by Sentinel News Service 22 October 2009
A Peace TrajectoryBy Dr. Brenda Wall"For his extraordinary efforts to strengthen international diplomacy and cooperation between peoples."In a few weeks there will be a celebration of peace on earth and ... read more >>
CSUN's Pan African Studies Department to Celebrate 40th Anniversary
Written by Sentinel News Service 22 October 2009
CSUN's Pan African Studies Department to Celebrate 40th AnniversaryCal State Northridge's Pan African Studies Department (PAS) will mark its 40th anniversary and commemorate its founding faculty with a ... read more >>
Transportation Dollars for MTA Projects
Written by Sentinel News Service 22 October 2009
Transportation Dollars for MTA Projects CNS--A battle over which transportation projects should be prioritized in the Los Angeles area's bid for federal funding heated up today, with congressional representatives ... read more >>
A Profile of Pride: L.A. Sentinel's Jasmyne Cannick Turns 32
Written by Yussuf J. Simmonds (Managing Editor) 22 October 2009
A Profile of Pride: L.A. Sentinel's Jasmyne Cannick Turns 32Jasmyne Cannick Known to most as a journalist and blogger, there's more to Jasmyne Cannick than what you read online.By Yussuf SimmondsSentinel ... read more >>
IRS "Solution Saturday" on Nov. 7 Offers Tax Help in Tough Times
Written by Sentinel News Service 22 October 2009
IRS "Solution Saturday" on Nov. 7 Offers Tax Help in Tough Times The Internal Revenue Service at 300 N. Los Angeles St. in downtown L.A. is offering taxpayers a special "Solution Saturday" on November ... read more >>
Foreclosure Prevention Fair Offers Solutions to Preserve Homeownership
Written by Sentinel News Service 22 October 2009
Foreclosure Prevention Fair Offers Solutions to Preserve Homeownership Inglewood and surrounding neighborhoods are prime examples of the gains that had been made in minority homeownership in the last 20 ... read more >>
Replacement for LAPD Chief Bratton Underway
Written by Sentinel News Service 22 October 2009
Replacement for LAPD Chief Bratton UnderwayCNS--The Police Commission started interviewing candidates to replace police Chief William Bratton on Wednesday.Out of 24 applicants, the city's Personnel Department ... read more >>
Bethune Recognition Luncheon Honors Five Outstanding Women
Written by Sentinel News Service 22 October 2009
Bethune Recognition Luncheon Honors Five Outstanding WomenDiahanna BrownThe National Council of Negro Women (NCNW), Southern California Area is hosting their 35th Annual Bethune Recognition Luncheon Oct. ... read more >>