The candidate faces competition from against current councilman Herb Wesson.
Supervisors will create a task force even as Obama’s relief programs are halted.
More than 200 people took to their bikes for the Ride to Love on Valentine’s Day.
More from Intersections
February 26, 2015 By Leah Harari | Reporter
Fifty years after the Watts Riots, residents still waiting for things to get better.
February 26, 2015 By Tina Gutierrez | Reporter
A suspect is in custody in the December murder in South LA of a transgender woman.
February 25, 2015 By Marisa Zocco | Staff Reporter
USC will host a lively forum featuring social justice organizations in South LA.
February 24, 2015 By Intersections South LA
Homeless men and women flock to Awesome Hair Salon in South LA for a day of free pampering.
February 23, 2015 By Stephanie Monte | Staff Reporter
The exhibition highlights compositions by the legendary rapper, Tupac Shakur.
February 18, 2015 By Olga Grigoryants | Staff Reporter
The company cites economic woes over health concerns.
February 17, 2015 By Intersections South LA
City Attorney Mike Feuer files a lawsuit against a South LA property owner where criminal activity has taken place.
February 12, 2015 By Intersections South LA
LAPD issues a reward to aid in the search for a suspect in murder of Moses Nelson.
February 11, 2015 By Morgan Greenwald | Reporter
Some studies find more instances of drunk driving and violent acts in areas with numerous liquor stores.
February 9, 2015 By Anna-Catherine Brigida | Multimedia Editor
Dancers and instructors hope the dance craze that’s traversed the globe is in L.A. to stay.
February 8, 2015 By Kate Guarino | Staff Reporter
The mayor joined councilman Curren Price to learn about local initiatives aimed at improving community welfare.
February 5, 2015 By Tiffany Walton | Reporter
“City of God-10 Years Later” is being screened at the Black arts and film festival, running Feb. 5 -16.
February 5, 2015 By Intersections South LA
The Def Jam founder hopes to encourage youth to shun violence.
South LA in the News
South LA foul-mouthed cooking sensation Auntie Fee offers culinary advice + Inglewood celebrates NFL stadium decision
February 25, 2015
Hundreds march in South LA against police brutality and black-on-black violence + Watts chef remembers his roots
February 24, 2015
Wal-Mart pay hike brings optimism to South LA workers + Cal State Black enrollment down despite outreach
February 19, 2015
For more than 40 years, Dr. Clayton amassed a collection of African-American literature, manuscripts, films, and ephemera.
LAUL provides job training, job placement, youth achievement and business development programs.
RISE aims to generate economic activity that strengthens entire neighborhoods.
As parents guide their kids to school on foot, the family experiences the joys of living in a walkable neighborhood.
Reporter Corps member Miguel Molina writes a tribute poem to Gabriel Garcia Marquez.
Skylar Endsley Myers compares her experience as a private-school student against her best friend Randall’s experience in South LA public schools.
Participants in Reporter Corps, a USC Annenberg program to train young adults from South LA to report on their own communities, created audiovisual introductions to their neighborhoods this summer.
A student at Whitman College in Walla Walla, Wash., reflects on a diversity recruitment system that both nurtures and neglects.