On Your Corner
(KNX 1070) – Once almost entirely African American, the face of South L.A. has changed over the last few decades. Megan Goldsby reports.
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.”
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.
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.
A community organization in Leimert Park is working hard to improve health options for minorities in South L.A.
A master gardener is spreading her knowledge and handy work all over South Los Angeles empowering and educating residents about the benefits of growing your own food.
The Pomona Valley boasts the second-largest Historic District in California.
One of the biggest issues facing the city of Pomona in recent years is a proposed “waste-transfer facility.”
Something old, something new, and something tasty too can all be found at the Los Angeles County Fair.
Most people go to the L.A. County Fairgrounds to have a good time – but a few hundred go there for school.
They call them the “7-C’s” – but they’re not oceans around the world.