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Free smoke alarms installed in Baldwin Park
5/19/2022 3:32:55 PM

BALDWIN PARK—Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas) and the American Red Cross Los Angeles Region joined forces to educate the community on the importance of safety and emergency preparedness in the event of a home fire, and the do’s and don’ts of managing your natural gas service during an emergency. Employee volunteers from SoCalGas and the Red Cross installed free smoke alarms in 100 Baldwin Park homes as part of a national effort to install 50,000 free smoke alarms in at-risk communities. Homeowners in Baldwin Park who may need an updated smoke alarm or who...

Planned Parenthood LA opens Inglewood health center
5/19/2022 3:28:07 PM

LOS ANGELES—Planned Parenthood Los Angeles’ (PPLA) Black Health Initiative Leadership Team celebrated the grand opening of their Inglewood Health Center and Planned Parenthood Community Center on Friday, May 13th. The Inglewood Health Center is the flagship location of the Black Health Initiative (BHI), an agency-wide program designed to improve the overall well-being of African Americans by empowering communities to advocate for themselves toward better health outcomes. “Planned Parenthood of Los Angeles’ Black Health Initiative offers an affirmative vision for...

Once-neutral Sweden seeks NATO membership in historic shift
5/19/2022 3:27:01 PM

STOCKHOLM—Sweden on Monday decided to join neighboring Finland in seeking NATO membership, ending more than two centuries of military nonalignment in a historic shift prompted by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Swedish Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson warned that the Nordic country would be in a “vulnerable position” during the application period and urged her fellow citizens to brace themselves for the Russian response. “Russia has said that that it will take countermeasures if we join NATO,” she said. “We cannot rule out that Sweden will be...

Buffalo shooting latest example of targeted racial violence
5/19/2022 3:23:50 PM

Black people going about their daily lives—then dying in a hail of bullets fired by a white man who targeted them because of their skin color. Substitute a supermarket in Buffalo, New York, with a church in South Carolina, and Malcolm Graham knows the pain and grief the families of those killed Saturday are feeling. He knows their dismay that racial bigotry has torn apart the fabric of their families. “America’s Achilles’ heel continues to be ... racism,” said Graham, whose sister, Cynthia Graham-Hurd, was among nine parishioners fatally shot by avowed...

Dodgers want proof of beating victim's wife's emotional distress claim
5/19/2022 3:22:37 PM

LOS ANGELES—The Dodgers are asking a judge to order the wife of a fan who was hospitalized with a serious brain injury after allegedly being attacked in a stadium parking lot after a game to turn over evidence supporting her own claim for emotional distress. Rafael Reyna's Los Angeles Superior Court lawsuit alleges negligence, premises liability, assault, battery and intentional infliction of emotional distress. He maintains lighting was poor and security was lacking at the 2019 game. Reyna's spouse and fellow plaintiff, Christel Reyna, has a separate bystander claim for...

Former Suge Knight attorney a no-show at sentencing; bench warrant issued
5/19/2022 3:20:59 PM

An attorney who briefly represented Marion "Suge" Knight in what was a murder case at the time failed to show up in court Tuesday for sentencing on conspiracy and perjury charges, prompting a judge to issue a bench warrant for his arrest. Matthew Powell Fletcher, 57, pleaded guilty in February to one felony count each of conspiracy to obstruct justice in Knight's case and perjury under oath stemming from a State Bar disciplinary proceeding involving a separate murder case. Under his plea agreement, he is expected to receive five years of probation but no jail time. The deal...

EXPLAINER: White ‘replacement theory’ fuels racist attacks
5/19/2022 3:17:01 PM

NEW YORK—A racist ideology seeping from the internet’s fringes into the mainstream is being investigated as a motivating factor in the supermarket shooting that killed 10 people in Buffalo, New York. Most of the victims were Black. Ideas from the “great replacement theory” filled a racist screed supposedly posted online by the white 18-year-old accused of targeting Black people in Saturday’s rampage. Authorities were still working to confirm its authenticity. Certainly, there was no mistaking the racist intent of the shooter.   WHAT IS THE...

South Africa in new surge of COVID from versions of omicron
5/19/2022 3:14:09 PM

JOHANNESBURG (AP)—South Africa is experiencing a surge of new COVID-19 cases driven by two omicron sub-variants, according to health experts. For about three weeks the country has seen increasing numbers of new cases and somewhat higher hospitalizations, but not increases in severe cases and deaths, said Professor Marta Nunes, a researcher at Vaccine and Infectious Diseases Analytics at Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital in Soweto. “We're still very early in this increase period, so I don't want to really call it a wave,” Nunes said. “We are seeing a slight,...

Mobile food bank in Compton serving students and the community
5/13/2022 12:58:29 PM

By Dennis J. Freeman   COMPTON—People and families are still struggling. It’s been two years since the arrival of Covid-19. The pandemic has ravaged families; economically, mentally and in other ways. For students and their families, it has been a war of the unforgiving with many going hungry or not having enough resources to feed themselves or their loved ones. Two years after the pandemic pumped the halt button on the American way of life, making ends meet and putting food into the bellies of others still face huge challenges as the homeless population has...

Latina labor leader honored as Woman of the Year
5/13/2022 12:56:12 PM

LOS ANGELES—During its Women of the Year Luncheon Monday, the Los Angeles County Women’s Commission honored Cristina Lujan, Supervisor Janice Hahn’s pick for Woman of the Year for the Fourth District. Lujan emerged as a leader of a recent workers’ strike for fairer compensation at the Jon Donaire Desserts in Santa Fe Springs. “I was honored to have had the chance to walk the picket line with the workers of Jon Donaire Desserts, side by side with Cristina. Now it’s our turn to honor her,” said Supervisor Hahn, who joined the striking workers in...