Roy Choi Restaurant Locol Opens In WattsHundreds of eager foodies lined up in Watts on Monday to grab a bite at celebrity chef' Roy Choi's newest restaurant, Locol.
Fast Food Chain Looks To Bring $1 Cup Of Gourmet Coffee To WattsAn affordable cup of gourmet coffee will soon be coming to Watts.
Mother Of Robbery Suspect Returns Bike Stolen From 11-Year-Old BoyThe mother of a robbery suspect recently returned a bike that was stolen from an 11-year-old boy in a park.
Man Wanted In Strong-Arm Robbery Of Boy Minutes After He Won BicycleThe public’s help was sought Wednesday to identify a man who strong-armed an 11-year-old boy of the bike he won at a Halloween celebration.
Family Mourns Loss Of 16-Year-Old Football Player Gunned Down In WattsA family on Monday night prayed for justice after their 16-year-old son was gunned down in Watts over the weekend.
Frank Gehry Unveils Pro-Bono Design For Watts Children's Group CampusNoted architect Frank Gehry is unveiling a pro-bono design for a Los Angeles children's organization.
Respected Football Coach Fired Over Music VideoA respected high school football coach has been terminated from his job over a hip hop music video.
Former President Jimmy Carter Forged Strong LA Ties Through Charity WorkFormer President Jimmy Carter made perhaps his biggest impact on Los Angeles after he left office, when he came to L.A. to build houses for the poor.
Deadly Watts Riots Remembered With Annual Summer FestivalThirty-four people were killed in the civil unrest.
Watts Teacher Honored By White House As A 'Champion Of Change'A chemistry teacher at Animo College Preparatory Academy in Watts will be among nine educators with Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals status honored by the White House Friday as “Champions of Change.”
2 UCLA Grads Work With Watts High Schoolers To Bring Fresh Produce To The CommunitySanna Alas and Claudia Varney are working with Jordan High School to build a community garden that would provide healthy food to the community and educate students.
100 Percent Of Graduates From School In Watts Accepted To College For 7th Consecutive YearFor the seventh consecutive year, 100 percent of the graduates from a school in Watts that serves the underserved have been accepted to a four-year college or university.