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5 Inglewood officers who killed couple in parked car are now off police force

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According to the LA Times and Inglewood Mayor James Butts, five Inglewood Police officers are no longer working for the department.  The announcement marked the end of an internal probe of the Feb. 21, 2016, slayings of Marquintan Sandlin and Kisha Michael.


Black Lives Matter activists continue to speak out at Inglewood city council meetings

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Thursday, May 11, 2017 By Veronica Mackey for Inglewood Today The Inglewood council meeting on Tuesday was adjourned early after a young man at the podium refused to leave when his time was up. The man was one of several activists who have been showing up regularly since the one year anniversary of the shooting […]


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Inglewood Mayor discusses ‘Inglewood Renaissance’ on NBC

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Inglewood Mayor James Butts appeared on News Conference w/ Conan Nolan, to discuss the ‘Inglewood Renaissance’ and the great things happening in and around the city of champions.  News Conference with Conan Nolan is a weekly public affairs show that airs Sundays on NBC.


World’s Largest Anti-Bullying Event at LA’s Forum in October

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Be Strong, a nationwide nonprofit organization dedicated to stopping bullying in schools and society at large, will host the world’s largest anti-bullying event on Monday, Oct. 10, at The Forum in Inglewood, Calif.


New Hollywood Park Casino set to open in the Fall

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Inglewood continues to rise.  The newly built Hollywood Park Casino will open this Fall and is expected to generate $2 million a year in city taxes.  According to the Daily Breeze, the new structure bares no resemblance to the building next door.  The new building has a more “Las Vegas” feel with the chandeliers and […]


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Inglewood needs to show Prince some LOVE

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Prince Rogers Nelson has transitioned. Inglewoodians have Prince to thank for single handledly proving that the Forum AND the city of Inglewood were viable venues to invest in.  For it was his concert series in 2011 that set gentrification in motion in the City of Champions.


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Does your child need Community Service hours

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62nd Assembly woman Autumn Burke (D-Inglewood) will be hosting an online safety presentation at Inglewood High School, Saturday, April 23, 2016, from 10:00-11:30 am.  Teens who attend will receive 2 hours of community service credit.


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