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Kelly Elementary School’s Literacy March champions the virtues of reading

COMPTON—More than 200 Kelly Elementary School students, teachers, staff and families hit the streets on Saturday, March 24, to promote the benefits of books. Participants gathered at the school’s playground, 2320 E. More...

BEAR graduates, and their bikes

Compton Youth Activities League BEAR graduates pose in front of their new bikes and helmets on Thursday, March 29. More...

Dance, music, food, inspiration fuel Chavez High School’s Latin American Heritage Celebration

COMPTON—More than 300 Cesar Chavez High School students and staff paid tribute to the contributions of Latin Americans, past and present, on Wednesday, March 28. More...

McKinley Elementary School students display high self-esteem at fashion show

A McKinley Elementary School student struts down the runway on Friday, March 23, during the school’s fashion show. More...

Council reallocates CDBG funds

COMPTON—The long awaited Crane Avenue rehabilitation project and two new city ambulances moved one step closer to reality on Tuesday, March 27, as the City Council unanimously approved a resolution reallocating money from cancelled projects to More...

CHAOS

{Council Highlights and Other Stuff}

SVal Dudley said the solutions begin with in God we trust. She said some council members do not like her and they are constipated to the point of indifference, although “they think they are OK. More...

Salvation Army March Madness benefits youth

COMPTON—The Salvation Army Compton Corps caught March Madness fever on Saturday, March 30, as the center hosted a basketball tournament to raise money for building renovations. More...

Questions remain despite revised Calif. rail plan

SACRAMENTO—The agency overseeing California's high-speed rail project has issued a back-tothe drawing-board business plan that dramatically lowers the system's estimated cost and expands its initial phase, but critics say it still remains too c More...

Grammy Museum show reflects LA music's darker side

LOS ANGELES—Think of the music that defines Los Angeles and often three words float to the surface: The Beach Boys. More...

LAPD chief defends handling of profiling claims

LOS ANGELES—For years, the Los Angeles Police Department has fielded several hundred complaints a year from minorities who said they were unfairly targeted for traffic stops and arrests because of their skin color. More...

Personnel commission reinstates convicted CUSD employee

COMPTON—The Compton Unified School District Personnel Commission voted at its Thursday, Jan. More...

NEWS BRIEFS

Report: vehicle traffic down on UCLA campus More...

Hub City’s Chris Moore volunteers with Americorps

Compton’s Christopher Moore is in Pennsylvania now, working with Americorps in a program designed to teach construction skills and develop character traits that will help him to achieve his goals. More...

Thompson takes over MLES

COMPTON—The Metropolitan Law Enforcement Service is now under the direction of Compton Fire Chief Jon Thompson. He replaced MLES Director Carl Huston, who returns to his previous position as a code enforcement officer II. More...

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