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Echoing Streets

INCESSANT

The instrumental road stares back at theend of the day.And somedayHe will forgive.And give. More...

Departments use technology to ID troubled officers

Police departments across the U.S. are using technology to try to identify problem officers before their misbehavior harms innocent people, embarrasses their employer, or invites a costly lawsuit—from citizens or the federal government. More...

Some law enforcement officers disarmed

Compton City Manager, G. Harold Duffey, announced last week the discontinuation of the use of firearms by the City’s Code Enforcement Officers, reversing a decades-old practice. More...

El Camino College Compton Center welcomes nine new faculty members

Nine new full-time faculty members have been hired at El Camino College Compton Center for the 2014-15 academic year. More...

Mayo Elementary makeover highlight of school’s Beautification Day

With help from partners, footwear retailer Shiekh Shoes and boot brand Timberland, Compton Unified School District’s (CUSD) Mayo Elementary School underwent a makeover last weekend at the schoo More...

Opinion

QUOTE OF THE WEEK

“These [early warning] systems are designed to give you a forewarning of problems and then you have to do something.” More...

A nosebleed seat to the Apocalypse?

We all really need to start getting along. More...

The invisible achievement gap: Students in foster care

Across the country it’s back to school time. I hope it is a year full of promise and not disappointment and added stress for all children—especially those most vulnerable. More...

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