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Man’s conviction upheld for crash that killed Compton resident

A state appeals court panel today upheld a man’s seconddegree murder conviction for a drunken crash that killed two people, including a young child, in Gardena nearly four years ago. More...

News

Compton school police name young cancer patient Honorary Officer

Andrea Ramirez and her cousin sworn in and given badges

The Compton School Police Department put smiles on the faces of a young cancer patient from Miller’s Children’s Hospital in Long Beach and her cousin when they were sworn-in as honorary officers last month. More...

Echoing Streets

IF YOU MEET HER

Let it linger and you will not see her With her glorious eyes that pan the skies She carries on In the rain Cold in frost she does not care She will pass you by with no remorse for your absent status You have to reach no matter the height At times yo More...

Ruth E. Carter’s meeting with Lee changed everything

LOS ANGELES (AP)— “Selma” costume designer Ruth E. Carter never set out to work in Hollywood. More...

Suge Knight trial delayed again

Former rap mogul Marion “Suge” Knight was taken to a hospital again last week, delaying his arraignment on a criminal threats charge stemming from the alleged robbery of a camera from a paparazzo in Beverly Hills. More...

Compton man in shoot-out with police

Two of the three armed robbery suspects arrested after a no-hit officer-involved shooting in Long Beach are 19-yearold local men and the third is a 20-year-old Compton resident, police said today. More...

1st graders Anthony Luna (Jefferson) and Anthony Gonzalez (Roosevelt)

1st graders Anthony Luna (Jefferson) and Anthony Gonzalez (Roosevelt) won 1st and 2nd place at the CUSD’s 5th Annual Math Bee. More...

Opinion

QUOTE OF THE WEEK

“I hope it made Andrea forget about whatever she’s going through, at least for the moment.” — Officer Donohue More...

BEYOND THE RHETORIC

The big green hustle, Part 1

I have seen from time to time organized polished scams that present themselves as a positive contribution to society via improved economics, safety or quality of life. More...

Is the American business community racist?

The film “Selma” calls us to consider where we stand today and what we are doing as individuals and communities about racial justice. More...

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