Monday, August 3, 2020
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“Get in some good trouble” Reflecting on memories of John Lewis

I took my 11-year-old granddaughter, McKenna with me. I felt it was time for her to understand our nation’s racist history. John loved children. He took extra time to talk to them and answer their questions.

Los Angeles County Supervisor Janice Hahn Appoints Sunny Zia to LA County Probation Commission

Sunny Zia has been appointed to the Los Angeles County Probation Commission by LA County Supervisor Janice Hahn.

Hahn Wants County to Strengthen Non-Law Enforcement Crisis Response

While there are instances when law enforcement officers are the most appropriate response to a call for help, there are also many scenarios when they are not.

Hahn Says LA County Budget does not “Meet this Moment”

Supervisor Hahn abstained from a vote taken on the budget proposal and urged the County’s CEO to make substantial changes to the budget before the supplemental budget comes back to the board this Fall.

Hahn Taps Local Leaders to Guide Reopening and Recovery of LA County Economy

Each one of those 13 task force members will chair working groups focused on reopening and revitalizing their specific sector or industry

Sup. Hahn Calls on Metro to Require Face Coverings on Buses and Trains

Metro has put the onus on bus drivers to determine whether or not to allow passengers on board without face coverings.

COVID-19 Testing Sites in South Bay

New South Bay testing site for COVID-19

Homeless Shelter Opens in San Pedro

By Hunter Chase, Reporter The County of Los Angeles opened a temporary homeless shelter in San Pedro on 122 W. 8th Street on March 2....

San Pedro Pirates Go to Washington, D.C.

Right at the end of 2019, Darnella Davidson, band director of the San Pedro High School Golden Pirate Regiment learned that her regiment was...

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Let Your Voice Be Heard

During this unprecedented time, public comment during board meetings has transitioned from in-person to call-in, which has substantially increased public access and...

The Tipping Point!

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Protests”: In Portland, Getting Out of Jail Requires Relinquishing Constitutional Rights

Federal authorities are using a new tactic in their battle against protesters in Portland, Oregon