Residents Recall Nelson Mandela’s Historic Visit To Southland As news of Nelson Mandela's death swept the world it got many Southland residents remembering a historic trip he made here in 1990, shortly after he was released from prison. UCLA Professors Remember How Mandela Moved Campuses To Join Fight Against Apartheid In 1986, UCLA students, moved by the late South African leader's fight for racial equality, protested the university's investments and companies with business ties to the country.
Former South African President Nelson Mandela Dies At 95 ‘Thousands’ Expected At DCFS Strike After Contract Talks Break Down With County Officials Lancaster And Palmdale Officials At Odds Over Proposed Billion Dollar Power Plant L.A. County Sheriff Lee Baca Launches Investigation Into Questionable Hires Former Bailout Boss Weighs Run For Calif. Governor Sebastian Ridley-Thomas Wins Race For State Assembly Poll: Support For Obama Weakening Among Calif. Dems GOP Assembly Candidate Susan Shelley Seeks Recount
Josh Rubenstein’s Weather Forecast (Dec. 6) After another cold morning, our daytime highs today will once again be well below seasonal averages. Lawsuit Delayed In Fight For Control Of Ontario Airport A lawsuit over control of Southern California's Ontario International Airport has been put on hold to allow Los Angeles and Ontario time to try to settle.
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