More Questions Raised In Death of Chicago Teen Found in Freezer
Sep12

More Questions Raised In Death of Chicago Teen Found in Freezer

 A Chicago mother is desperately seeking answers in the horrific death of her 19-year old daughter found dead inside the walk-in freezer of a suburban Chicago hotel.

Sheriff's Association Says ‘Sanctuary State' Bill Protects Criminals
Sep12

Sheriff's Association Says ‘Sanctuary State' Bill Protects Criminals

California State Senate Democrats are pushing back against President Trump's immigration policies. Democrats recently passed Senate Bill 54, also known as the "California Values Act," which restricts the amount of information local law enforcement can share with immigration officials. The law is designed to protect arrested undocumented immigrants from deportation.

Date Set For Kobe Bryant To Have His Jersey Retired
Sep12

Date Set For Kobe Bryant To Have His Jersey Retired

  It appears retired L.A. Lakers all-star shooting guard Kobe Bryant won’t have to wait very long at all to see his jersey retired. Unofficial reports are that the Lakers have already picked out a date for the occasion — December 18 at the Staple Centers as the team takes on the Golden State Warriors.

Kaiser’s Baldwin-Crenshaw Facility To Open Its Doors
Sep12

Kaiser’s Baldwin-Crenshaw Facility To Open Its Doors

     Two years after breaking ground on the cutting-edge, $90-million medical facility in the Baldwin Hills-Crenshaw area, Kaiser Permanente is set to open its doors with a ribbon-cutting ceremony tomorrow (September 13).

TV One Responds to Bobby Brown Lawsuit
Sep12

TV One Responds to Bobby Brown Lawsuit

TV One officials have released a statement in response to the million-dollar slander and libel lawsuit filed by R&B star, Bobby Brown, and say they are standing by their Bobby Kristina TV film biopic. 

Florida Sheriff Threatens to Arrest Wanted Felons Seeking Shelter from Hurricane Irma
Sep09

Florida Sheriff Threatens to Arrest Wanted Felons Seeking Shelter from Hurricane Irma

As Hurricane Irma races toward Florida packing winds of 155 miles per hour, Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd says he will jail wanted felons who arrive at shelters in the wake of mandatory evacuation orders.

First Ladies High Tea
November will mark the 20th Anniversary of our Annual First Ladies High Tea, honoring the contributions of female leaders and women of faith to the Los Angeles community. For more information, visit www.firstladieshightea.com
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