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San Pedro Stabbing

By Raphael Richardson

SAN PEDRO - A man was been arrested after fatally stabbing another man in San Pedro, at around 3:30 AM on Jan. 10.
Officers responded to reports of an assault with a deadly weapon the 600 block of South Palos Verdes Ave, LA

Wilmington Body Recovery

Story and photo by Raphael Richardson

WILMINGTON - A body was located in a water-filled pit in Wilmington at around 12:20 p.m., on Jan. 9.
Firefighters responded to reports of a body in a large pit on the 1600 block of North Eubank Avenue, where

San Pedro Critical Motorcycle Crash

Photo and article by Chris Villanueva

Ko-Ryu Ramen on Sixth and Nelson, San Pedro

By Gretchen Williams, Dining and Cuisine Writer Downtown San Pedro is gaining traction as a culinary destination again, every day adding to its reputation for international dining opportunities. The strategic intersection of 6th and Nelson street

Medicare for All: All Facts, No Chaser

By Bara Vaida, Columnist for WebMd Newsletter Health care is among the most important issues for Democratic voters as they are sizing up their candidates running for president in the 2020 election, polls show. And, when it comes to health care,

Harbor Community Health Centers Moves Pediatric Branch to a New Location

By Hunter Chase, Reporter The Harbor Community Health Centers in San Pedro is moving its pediatric clinic to a new location and expanding their menu to include dental and behavior services, said Salina Chahal, the senior clinic manager. The pedi

Thurs 5 p.m. – No War on Iran Rally at San Pedro Congressional office and March to the USS Iowa

The bombs are falling. The war has started.

Join harbor are

Corporate Media and ‘Moderate’ Democrats Are Defending the Oligarchy Against Bernie Sanders

By Norman Solomon

For the United States, oligarchy is the elephant -- and donkey -- in the room. Only one candidate for president is willing to name it.

Out of nearly 25,000 words spoken during t

A Holiday Message in Support of Port Drivers’ Fight for Justice

By Nelson L. Castorillo and Paul Michael Neuman  When we heard port truck drivers were going on strike again this past September to protest many egregious labor abuses, we wanted to support them. We had heard heartbreaking personal stories of families struggling to

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