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1704, 2024

State Receivership Leads to Inglewood School Closures

By |April 17th, 2024|

When Inglewood Unified School District (IUSD) announced the closure of five schools last week, most were angry but few were surprised. District administrator James Morris stated that the closures were due to low enrollment rates, but that didn’t stop students from affected schools from staging walkouts. 

2301, 2024

Beverly Hills Men’s Hoops Bests Inglewood, 52-43

By |January 23rd, 2024|

The Beverly Hills High School men’s basketball team tipped off against Inglewood High School Monday night, as the two evenly matched teams squared up for what was assumed to be a close game. Beverly Hills, led by head coach Jarvis Turner came into the game with a 12-10 record and sat second in the Ocean League. Inglewood, led by head coach Jason Porter, was 10-9 and was in third place in the league. A home game with the full band and cheer squads in effect gave Inglewood the possible edge in a tough matchup between two teams that had similar seasons so far. But after beating Inglewood by ten points earlier this month at home, the Normans fully expected to compete in this game.

2302, 2023

Assemblymember McKinnor Introduces Bill to End “Tough on Crime” Discriminatory Housing Policies

By |February 23rd, 2023|

Assemblymember Tina McKinnor (D – Inglewood) introduced legislation last week that would end a decades-old law used to promote housing segregation and force unnecessary evictions in minority communities across California. Assembly Bill 1418 would end the state’s ill-worded and failed “crime-free” housing policies that have increased housing insecurity for residents across California.

State Receivership Leads to Inglewood School Closures

By |April 17th, 2024|

When Inglewood Unified School District (IUSD) announced the closure of five schools last week, most were angry but few were surprised. District administrator James Morris stated that the closures were due to low enrollment rates, but that didn’t stop students from affected schools from staging walkouts. 

Beverly Hills Men’s Hoops Bests Inglewood, 52-43

By |January 23rd, 2024|

The Beverly Hills High School men’s basketball team tipped off against Inglewood High School Monday night, as the two evenly matched teams squared up for what was assumed to be a close game. Beverly Hills, led by head coach Jarvis Turner came into the game with a 12-10 record and sat second in the Ocean League. Inglewood, led by head coach Jason Porter, was 10-9 and was in third place in the league. A home game with the full band and cheer squads in effect gave Inglewood the possible edge in a tough matchup between two teams that had similar seasons so far. But after beating Inglewood by ten points earlier this month at home, the Normans fully expected to compete in this game.

Assemblymember McKinnor Introduces Bill to End “Tough on Crime” Discriminatory Housing Policies

By |February 23rd, 2023|

Assemblymember Tina McKinnor (D – Inglewood) introduced legislation last week that would end a decades-old law used to promote housing segregation and force unnecessary evictions in minority communities across California. Assembly Bill 1418 would end the state’s ill-worded and failed “crime-free” housing policies that have increased housing insecurity for residents across California.

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