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Group wants more Blacks involved in $1.7 billion water-saving effort

As California faces its worst drought in recorded history, Gov. Jerry Brown, by executive order on April 1, allocated $1.7 billion in new funding for water conservation. That money is part of a $7.4 billion fund dedicated to solving the ...

Police address 100 days buzz

Residents of South Los Angeles are on edge over what is being called a “100 days, 100 nights” campaign, which has been reported to be a war between rival gangs.

Reality TV lawyer found dead in California home

A reality television lawyer who called herself the "legal diva" was found slain in her California home, her family said. Members of Loredana Nesci's family remember her as a strong, independent woman who was "very passionate about taking care of ...

Should service members at military recruiting centers be armed?

The investigation into the brazen attack on two Chattanooga, Tennessee, military facilities has left many questions unanswered. But one of the most troubling for that community, for civilians, and for military officials remains: How? How could five servicemen -- several ...

Trump skipping early state GOP outreach

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Hillary Clinton's latest economic pitch, a Jeb Bush critique of Washington, Donald Trump's unorthodox early state strategy and Republican debate musings -- those stories filled our trip around the "Inside Politics" table.

Oasis ‘wellness center’ is welcome addition to AV health community

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Hillary Clinton's latest economic pitch, a Jeb Bush critique of Washington, Donald Trump's unorthodox early state strategy and Republican debate musings -- those stories filled our trip around the "Inside Politics" table.

Garner family accepts settlement

The city of New York this week reached a $5.9 million settlement with the family of Eric Garner, whose death after he was placed in a banned chokehold by a police officer, sparked a public outcry nationwide.

Honda to pay $25 million for overcharging minorities for auto loans

A Torrance-based arm of Honda will pay $25 million to settle claims it discriminated against minority buyers by overcharging them for auto loans, federal regulators recently announced.

U.S. Women's World Cup champs get rare ticker tape parade

Boy, am I glad one of my soccer-playing daughters decided to miss a day at her beloved camp Friday so she could witness history. After all, how often in her life will she see a ticker tape parade in New ...

FDA adds heart attack and stroke warning to some painkillers

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is calling on drug makers of some popular painkillers to strengthen their warning labels after a review of new safety information. The warning labels on non-aspirin nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, known as NSAIDs, must ...

Solar Impulse's round-the-world journey delayed by battery damage

Solar Impulse 2's attempt to fly around the world without a drop of fuel has been delayed by serious battery damage, raising questions over whether the experimental plane's mission can be completed before the days get too short.

King Hospital is up and running

Martin Luther King Jr. Community Hospital (MLKCH) opened this week in Watts ready to serve 1.35 million residents of South Los Angeles regardless of insurance status or ability to pay. The new privately-owned facility is now fully licensed and accredited.

Not guilty plea in ‘red shoes’ death

A 24-year-old man pleaded not guilty Monday to the gang-related murder of a 19-year-old mentally disabled man who was gunned down near a South Los Angeles car wash, apparently over his red shoes. Kevin Deon Johnson and his co-defendant, Dwight ...

Growing farm-to-school programs

Farm-to-school programs offer better, fresher, more nutritious, and more local food choices that empower children and their families to make more informed decisions. These programs also help strengthen rural and small town economies by creating economic opportunities for local farmers ...

Counting the Cost

t’s possible that lightning may have caused one of the fires. Another may be the result of faulty electricity. Still, in the past couple of weeks, there were fires at churches in North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Ohio and ...

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