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Changes to San Pedro Public Market Lease Approved

By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor On Nov. 21, the Los Angeles Board of Harbor Commissioners approved several amendments to contracts associated with the San Pedro Public Market, a planned commercial waterfront development expected to begin construction in 2020

Sheriff Alex Villanueva at a Lomita town hall meeting in 2019.

County Supervisors Attempting to Railroad Sheriff

By Albert Robles, Mayor for the City of Carson One year ago, Alex Villanueva was elected to become the 33rd Sheriff of Los Angeles County. He was a relative unknown. But on November 6, 2018, he pulled off the bigg

Hallow’s Eve Harbor Area Shootings

Shooting Leaves a Harbor City Man Dead

One man is dead after a shooting in Harbor City. Police responded to a report of a shooting at 252nd and Normandie a little after 6:30 p.m. on Oct. 30. When they arrived at scene, police found

The More Joe Biden Stumbles, the More Corporate Democrats Freak Out

By Norman Solomon, Roots Action cofounder

The Democratic Party’s most powerful donors are running out of options in the presidential race. Their warhorse Joe Bide

Native Son Hits Home Run

By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor

“I still read that article,” John Muto  told me over waffles, eggs and bacon

Public Hearing of Appeal for Proposed Hotel at 6th and Pacific

As you may be aware, the City approved the proposed hotel at 6th & Pacific but only for 67 units. The developer proposed 80 units. The appeal of this denial will be heard by the Harbor Area Planning Commission, August 6 after 4:30 p.m. at the H

High-Speed Rail Fail Highlights Spending Problems in California

By Dan Reid The terms “fiscal sanity” and “California” seem about as diametrically opposed as magnets with similar ends. No matter how high taxes become, no matter how much state spending increases, and no matter how expensive life gets fo

If you had to vote tomorrow, who would you vote for?

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From War to Lowrider

By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor “I was raised primarily by my mother,” said Howard Scott Jr., who’

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