(KNX 1070) – Once almost entirely African American, the face of South L.A. has changed over the last few decades. Megan Goldsby reports.
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SOUTH L.A., 10/18/13
South Los Angeles lost a treasure last week.
How can a light rail project morph into a job creator, a trainer of skilled labor for the next 30 years, while possibly establishing economic hubs all along its proposed route?
Low-income residents of South Los Angeles are working to help shape their community through an organization called “Trust South L.A.”
(KNX 1070) – Residents in University Park near USC finally get a public hearing this week about nasty odors in their neighborhood. Ed Mertz reports they believe the fumes are coming from an oil field [...]
The Martin Luther King Jr. Community Hospital is set to reopen in early 2015 with a renovated ER and a focus on preventative care.
These days you can simply download your favorite song to your iPod.
A lot of Southland football fans want an NFL team.
For a better appreciation of the spirit of South Los Angeles, it’s worth checking out the California African American Museum at Exposition Place.
South L.A. was once home to a vibrant jazz and blues scene.