Santa Monica next for unbeaten Sentinels

One down and three to go for the undefeated Inglewood Sentinels (11-0) which polished off the Banning Broncos (5-6) 49-2 in the first round of the CIF-SS D-13 playoffs...

Byron Allen v. Comcast Case Could Tear Down America’s Oldest and Strongest Anti-Discrimination...

By Tanu Henry | California Black Media The United States Supreme Court is hearing oral arguments about the merits of a $20 billion lawsuit Los Angeles-based...

Dr. William Burke is Chairman again on South Coast AQMD Board

IT News Wire DIAMOND BAR-- William A. Burke, Ed.D., continues his unprecedented 13th term as the chairman of the South Coast Air Quality Management District’s Governing...

LAWA continues improvements at LAX

As Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) continues improving the LAX-it experience and reducing wait times in its first week of operations, airport officials announced the lot will be expanded...

The 2020 general election is less than a year away!

By Alex Padilla, California Secretary of State And there are some important changes that voters should be aware of as they start thinking about casting...

Our Water is Better Than We Think

From rivers and reservoirs Metropolitan delivers quality It is often under valued and frequently even less appreciated, but the water in Southern California is among the...

State Legislators Failed Newspapers in AB 5 How will community papers survive?

Black owned and community newspapers in the state of California are going to endure a rude and new brutal reality on January 1, 2020 when California Assembly Bill 5 ...

Undefeated and League Champs not enough for James No. 2 seed Inglewood begins evasive...

The Inglewood Sentinels football team shattered school records in almost every category on its way to a 10-0 regular season under the helm of first year head coach Mil’Von...

Poised & Crowned Inglewood Eyes

By Kenneth Miller, Publisher The City of Champions Classic, featuring local football teams Morningside and Inglewood, is expected to be the culmination of a season...

NCAA surrenders and will allow athletes to profit

By Kenneth Miller, Publisher The pressure had been mounting to its monopolistic stranglehold on cashing in on its signature basketball and football players, so the NCAA...