Saturday, August 13, 2022
Saturday, August 13, 2022
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Candidate for LA Mayor, Karen Bass Speaks With San Pedro Residents
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Bryant Odega Endorses Danielle Sandoval for Los Angeles City Council District 15
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San Pedro Music Festival Returns
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Harbor City National Night Out
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Low Riding Club Speak Out On Peck Park Shooting
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Officials Hold Town Hall on Peck Park Shooting
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Community Hosts Press Conference after Peck Park Shooting
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Two Dead and Five Injured During Shooting at Peck Park
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Suspect At large After Shooting in Peck Park Leaves Two Dead and Five Injured
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Bruce’s Beach returned to the descendants of Willa and Charles Bruce
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Sean Lane & The Hellhounds Regroup After Hiatus
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Dump Day Event in the City of Carson
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Fourth of July Fire in Peck Park
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2022 Cars & Stripes Forever at Port Of LA
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Tenelle Headlines Samoan Heritage Celebration
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Peck Park Juneteenth Picnic
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San Pedro Commemorates Juneteenth Alongside The Korean Friendship Bell Preservation Committee
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Coach Wilson Labasan: The City of Carson's basketball Legend
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Community Comes Together for Tamale Vendor Harassed while at Work
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Coach Latario Rachal is on a Journey to make the World a Better Place
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Tamale vendor harassed with racial slurs speaks out
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Danielle Sandoval speaks at election party, projected to make Nov. 2022 election
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Shayla Cheatham on Hanging On To Love
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Shine Kings and Cheddy Ace: Victor Battle Interview with RLn
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Anthony Thomas Talks About Success in Film, Music and Life

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