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Senator Isadore Hall announces 35th Senate District Extraordinary Leader Awards

Senator Isadore Hall, III (D – South Bay) today announced the winners of the 2016 35th Senate District Extraordinary Leader Awards. More...

News

College-Bound Jacqueline Mendez wants to teach tomorrow’s Compton students

Compton High senior Jacqueline Mendez reviews Kennedy Elementary second-grader Angie Ruiz’s and kindergartener Tyrone Wilson’s homework. She volunteers in Kennedy’s after school program four days a week. More...

City of Carson, mayor sued for sexual harassment

The city of Carson and its mayor are being sued by a former council field representative who alleges she was fired for complaining about being sexually harassed by the mayor, who today denied her claims. More...

Deputy convicted of misdemeanor assault

Charges included assaulting inmates in Compton

A Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputy who was accused of assaulting three jail inmates in Compton and Los Angeles was acquitted last week of a series of felonies, but jurors convicted him of three misdemeanor assault counts. More...

Compton City Council updated on city’s emergency preparedness

Compton’s preparedness for disastrous situations was discussed at the April 19 regular City Council meeting. More...

CUSD students take part in Earth Day/Mosquito Awareness

Dickison Elementary second-grader Timothy Poindexter hesitates before touching a red bearded dragon, Tuesday, April 19, at the Annual Earth Day / Mosquito Awareness Day. More...

Opinion

QUOTE OF THE WEEK

“The one thing that came out of that drill was that the staff requested more training … as a whole.” More...

Recognizing all of America’s s/heroes

Every day I wear a pair of medallions around my neck with portraits of two of my role models: Harriet Tubman and Sojourner Truth. As a child I read books about Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad. More...

Democrats don’t give a frack about American workers

Despite clear evidence that hydraulic fracturing can safely extract oil and natural gas from previously unreachable deposits, attacks on “fracking,” as it’s known, have grown harsher. More...

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