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Chargers Make Another Significant Donation to Local Boys & Girls Club
5/1/2019 1:39:59 PM

As it did last September, The Los Angeles Chargers organization has donated an additional $400 thousand to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Metro Los Angeles. Chargers defensive tackle Justin Jones was joined by Chargers President and CEO Dean Spanos and Calvin Lyons, President and CEO of the Metro Clubs. The Metro Boys and Girls Clubs were formed in 2015, joining 5 existing area Boys & Girls Clubs: Challengers, since 1968; Watts/Willowbrook, since 1968; Bell Gardens, since 1960; Jordan Downs and Nickerson Gardens...

HBCU Holds 3rd Annual Football Combine at Lynwood High
5/1/2019 1:38:57 PM

Just as they do in the NFL, coaches from 26 historically black colleges and universities put more than 500 Southland athletes through football drills and skills competition last weekend at Lynwood High School. But instead of pro contracts, the coaches were scouting student-athletes for their programs while the students were seeking an opportunity to learn and compete at the next level. Now in its 3rd year, the program was open to high school underclassman, unsigned high school seniors and junior college student-athletes. The program has a proven record of success, placing more than 100...

Arbor Day Foundation Honors CSU Dominguez Hills with 2018 Tree Campus USA Recognition
5/1/2019 1:38:12 PM

CARSON—California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH) was honored with 2018 Tree Campus USA® recognition by the Arbor Day Foundation for its commitment to effective urban forest management. The Tree Campus USA program honors colleges and universities for excellent campus forest management and for engaging staff and students in conservation goals. Currently, there are 364 campuses across the United States with this recognition. CSUDH achieved the recognition by meeting Tree Campus USA’s five standards: maintaining a tree advisory committee; developing a campus...

Man Charged with Dispensary Security Guard's Killing in Inglewood
5/1/2019 1:36:33 PM

INGLEWOOD (CNS)—A Paramount man was in custody Wednesday on suspicion of killing a uniformed security guard who was gunned down outside the unlicensed marijuana dispensary in Inglewood where he worked. Adhan Rasheed Clark, 25, was ordered to be held in lieu of $3.04 million bail while awaiting arraignment May 2 on a murder charge stemming from the April 11 slaying of Enrique Alvarado, along with one count of possession of firearm by a felon. The criminal complaint includes gun and gang allegations, and alleges that Clark has a 2012 conviction for grand theft. He was arrested...

Citrus Tree Disease Confirmed in Compton; Area Now in New Quarantine
5/1/2019 1:24:33 PM

Due to the detection of an incurable plant disease called?Huanglongbing?(HLB) in Compton, the California Department of Food and Agriculture has expanded the Los Angeles HLB quarantine area by 99 square miles. This quarantine means that it is illegal to move citrus trees and plant material out of the quarantine area and to bring citrus fruit or plant material into this area from other states or countries. HLB?kills all citrus trees it infects and is spread by a small pest?called the Asian citrus psyllid as it feeds on leaves and stems of citrus trees.?HLB is not harmful to humans or...

Nipsey’s Life: A Hussle That Motivates, Resonates Around the Globe
4/24/2019 2:57:59 PM

By Bryan 18X Crawford Contributing Writer, The Final Call   The life, death and legacy of Nipsey Hussle not only deeply touched those who live in his Crenshaw community and the Greater Los Angeles area, but people across the country and around the world were mourning the 33-year-old man whose work in the streets and the suites was inspirational, and rooted in a commitment to build and help his people make progress.     Ermias Joseph Asghedom was seemingly born to be a bridge that connected people to worlds that seemed distant and, in some cases, carried...

Leaders Remain the Same in Latest Election Results
4/24/2019 2:51:19 PM

Though another 607 ballots have been processed since Election Night, the leaders for the June 4th general election remain the same. Both incumbents, Janna Zurita from District 1 and Emma Sharif in District 4 are poised to move on to the June 4th general election. However, Sharif (30.09%) trails challenger Justin A. Blakely (43.60) in the 3-person race. The top two finishers in each council race qualify for the June run-off, provided no candidate garners 50.1% of the vote and wins outright. In the 1st District, Zurita (38.7%) leads Challenger Michelle Chambers (23%) in the...

Earth Day Fest 2019: Beats & Bites
4/24/2019 2:48:53 PM

Davis Middle School hosted "Earth Day Fest 2019: Beats & Bites" on Saturday. Families enjoyed vendors with activities to help them ascertain crucial information regarding health, wellness, eliminating mosquitos in our community, energy efficiency, conservation and other aspects of how to help preserve our planet. Besides Champagne Band, special Performances included Elaine Gibbs & the NU Soul Band, Kim Yarbrough & Jesse Campbell (of the Voice) and Ronnie Martin (from America's Got...

Compton’s First Ever Electric Vehicle Charging Station Gets a Jolt
4/24/2019 2:48:19 PM

Compton’s first-ever electric vehicle DC fast-charging (DCFC) station is officially on its way with the ground-breaking of the new station last week at the Soledad Center on South Central Ave. at Alondra Blvd. Construction is due to be completed by early June, Then SCE needs to electrify the site, currently scheduled to be completed in August. The station is being built by EVgo, the nation’s largest public EV fast charging...

All Welcome to First United Methodist Church of Compton’s 151st Anniversary Celebration
4/24/2019 2:47:08 PM

First United Methodist Church of Compton (FUMC) will celebrate its 151st Anniversary on Sunday, April 28, 2019 during the 10:00 am morning worship service. “The public is invited to join us for our 151st birthday party!” said Sr. Pastor Rev. Dr. Arnetha Inge. She points out that FUMC is one of the oldest religious institutions in all of California. The Anniversary theme is: “Remember…God’s Love and Light Will See Us Through!” The guest speaker will be the dynamic Rev. Dr. Christopher Carter. Reverend Carter actually began his tenure of religious...