Time is running out for free-to-consumer COVID vaccines, at-home test kits, and even some treatments. The White House announced this month that the national public health emergency, first declared in early […]
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Mayor Karen Bass and Jeff Olivet representing President Joe Biden meet with government officials and service providers to combat homelessness. (Cora J. Fossett/L.A. Sentinel) The Biden-Harris Administration is the […]
February 09, 2023 By Edward Henderson California Black Media Last September, Gov. Gavin Newsom signed Assembly Bill (AB) 257 into law. Supporters of the legislation, authored by Assemblymember […]
11-year-old Atreyu Evans making healthy sandwiches. (CCC) On Sunday, January 29, Crenshaw Christian Center (CCC) hosted a brain wellness event in response to the outsized impact of dementia and a […]
Tax season began this week as the Internal Revenue Service’s Criminal Investigation (IRS-CI) bureau reminds taxpayers to take extra steps to protect their identities and wallets when filing their taxes. […]
On Tuesday, Councilmember Price joined the Civil + Human Rights and Equity Department (LA Civil Rights) and colleagues Mayor Eric Garcetti and Council President Paul Krekorian for the official launch […]
U.S. Rep. Karen Bass will soon have a new title – “Madam Mayor.” (courtesy photo) Los Angeles Sentinel Was The First News Outlet to Declare Historic Victory for Los Angeles […]
The City Council voted to approve the Immigrant Affairs, Civil Rights, And Equity report to design the framework and establish a five-year action plan for an Office of Racial Equity. […]
Special announcement for District 9 neighbors! Are you concerned about illegal cannabis activity and the City of LA’s stance on enforcement? CD9 residents are invited to participate in the “Cannabis […]
Nury Martinez attends Women’s March Action: March 4 Reproductive Rights at Pershing Square on Oct. 2, 2021 in Los Angeles. Amy Sussman/Getty Images “Unacceptable” and “appalling” is how White House […]