• Zero-Emission Cargo Truck Technology Tested in Carson

    [vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]By Christian L. Guzman, Community Reporter Electric trolleys are icons in San Francisco. Although they are viewed by some as a quaint relics, the basic technology behind them is not. If you’ve been to Frisco recently, you’ve probably seen modern buses that are propel

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  • Joe Hill’s Requiem

    [vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]By Slobodan Dimitrov, Guest Columnist Blindfolded, Joe Hill sits in a chair with his wrists tied to its arms. Riflemen, apprehensively peering through slits at Hill from behind a barricade, hold their weapons knuckle-white tight. Blindfolded, Hill starts rocking his ch

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  • This is NOT a Moment


    This Is A Movement

    By Kym Cunningham, Contributing Writer On Jan. 21, an estimated 750,000 demonstrators converged on downtown Los Angeles for a local contingent of the world-wide Women’s March. The demonstrators sh

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  • The Time to #RESIST is NOW

    [vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor Donald Trump’s presidency began with three acts that spoke volumes about what is to come. First, he cancelled Barack Obama’s executive order benefiting first-time home buyers — many of whom represented his base. Second, he visited the CIA and tried to c

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  • American Women Find Progress in Dialogue

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  • Trump Ban on Muslims Met with Fear, Resistance

    [vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]WASHINGTON, D.C. — On Jan. 27, Donald Trump issued an executive order to temporarily ban about 218 million people from seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States. Hundreds of opponents to the order protested at major airports in the country, where Muslim refugees and people with visas to

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  • American Women Reach their Destination

    [vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]By Melina Paris, Contributing Writer I caught up with Nicolassa Galvez and Allysandra Nighswonger as they approached Louisville, Ky. They were on their way home from the Women’s March in Washington, D.C.Read More

  • Ports Host Joint Clean Air Plan Workshop

    The ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach will host a joint community workshop on Jan. 24 to gather input on strategies released late this past year to update the Clean Air Action Plan, or CAAP. The CAAP was adopted in 2006 and has dramatically reduced pollution from maritime-related sources that operate in and around the ports. The workshop is open

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  • Atmospheric River Storms Bring Hope of Droughts End

    At least temporarily, California’s drought has been broken by a string of  atmospheric river storms originating in the vicinity of Hawaii. Atmospheric rivers are jet streams of moist air, tens to hundreds of miles wide, which can carry 7.5 to 15 times as much water vapor as the Mississippi River at its mouth. A month-long series of AR storms in

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  • San Pedro Mourns Photojournalist


    Michael Justice (Oct. 22, 1955 – Jan. 4, 2017)

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