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Good News Coming to Willowbrook

The Rosa Parks Station renovation project received a major boost Tuesday with a $38.5 million grant from the California Transportation Commission. The Metropolitan Transportation Authority will oversee the construction of the project, which is expected to cost between $40-$45 million. The station is the 4th busiest in Los Angeles County with more than 30,000 riders […]

A Golfer Who Broke Barriers

When the late Charlie Sifford played golf, the hazards on the course extended far beyond sand traps and water holes. The first African American to earn a Professional Golfers Association (PGA) Tour card endured racist slurs from the gallery, segregation in clubhouses, even death threats. By breaking the color barrier in 1961, Sifford teed it […]