A South Los Angeles hospital once nicknamed “Killer King” for its troubles will reopen Tuesday after a complete renovation and image change.
Hundreds gathered, preaching a message of non-violence during the four-mile march to City Hall on MLK Day.
The two sides have been trying to negotiate a new contract for months, and as tensions have risen the rate that cargo is moving has slowed.
The Martin Luther King Jr. Community Hospital is set to reopen in early 2015 with a renovated ER and a focus on preventative care.
Martin Luther King Day is the perfect day to spend time with the entire family while learning about the contribution this civil rights leader made in America. In Los Angeles, there are several events honoring […]
The funds are aimed at replacing the old county-run Martin Luther King Jr.-Drew Medical Center, which was eventually closed after a years of failing federal inspections.