The latest news and views from the voices of South Los Angeles.
Inell Woods Park will be a new green space in the Green Meadows neighborhood.
Residents share their views on the self-proclaimed “Sage from South Central.”
Pet adoption is still thriving at South L.A. Animal Services Center.
National Coffee Day brews a sense of community.
The new skate park creates a community hub for local skaters.
Central Avenue was a safe haven for Black art and culture. However, over 80 years later, it barely has whispers of the jazz influence that impacted the world of music.
Mayor Eric Garcetti’s ‘Basic Income Guaranteed’ Program expects to help thousands of South L.A. families
South Los Angeles has been one of the hardest hit areas throughout the pandemic. It has one of the highest case rates of COVID-19 in Los Angeles. Hear real-life stories from healthcare heroes and their hopes for the future.
This artist's commemorative murals have helped unify the South Los Angeles community.
Health care providers from South Los Angeles and beyond break down six common misconceptions about the COVID-19 vaccinations.
Teen South L.A. resident, Kayla Jackson's Las Fotos Project photography series, #OwnTheChange focuses on her community during the pandemic.
South L.A. Residents reflect on the COVID-19 pandemic
Jesús Fernández is among the more than 8.5 million people in California who have received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. Despite the growing numbers, many people have expressed feelings of guilt for something that should be putting them at ease.
The rideshare company plans to contribute approximately $500,000 worth of free rides for South Los Angeles residents to travel to a new vaccination site at USC.
The developing educational program will teach high school students about the arts, technology, entrepreneurship, and more.