Three South LA friends hope to live to 21 + Military retailer Leimert Park’s unwelcome neighbor

Leimert Park | Photo Credit: Skylar E Myers

Leimert Park | Photo Credit: Skylar E Myers

Three South LA friends hope to live to 21: Three young men raised in South L.A. hoped to live past 21 years old. Now only Isaiah Bell carries this hope. (L.A. Times)

Military retailer is Leimert Park’s unwelcome neighbor: Leimert Park residents want to promote a bustling cultural hub and fear a local military retailer will negatively impact revitalization efforts. (L.A. Times)

CicLAvia comes to South L.A.: The 11th annual CicLAvia event welcomed people from all over Los Angeles to explore South L.A. (ABC)

Mayor expects Ezell Ford autopsy released by end of year: Mayor Garcetti hopes the autopsy, which was on hold for security clearance, will be released in the upcoming weeks. (CBS)

South LA gang co-leader sentenced: Co-leader of Mexican Mafia-controlled gang was sentenced to six years behind bars. (My News L.A.)

Doctor sentenced in fraud case:  A doctor who operated a South L.A. clinic was sentenced to two years in prison for more than $1.7 million in fraudulent Medicare billings. (Law Fuel)

Transgender woman shot, killed: A transgender woman was shot and killed outside a South L.A. home where she was pounding on the door searching for help. (KTLA)

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