Hurricane Katrina: Then and Now

Hurricane Katrina: Then and Now

Ten years ago, Hurricane Katrina ripped through the Gulf Coast region, killing nearly 2,000 and displacing more than 250,000 others from Louisiana to… Read more

The Heart of a Servant

The Heart of a Servant

On August 23, I attended the annual Gardena Jazz Festival. Former Assemblymember Steven Bradford (whose district included Inglewood) has been organizing the event… Read more

Welcome Back Students!

Welcome Back Students!

The first day of a new school year is always exhilarating. I remember the Sunday night before, laying out my new outfit, packing… Read more

Schools Get $10M Grant for Noise Relief

Schools Get $10M Grant for Noise Relief

Students at Inglewood schools will get long awaited noise relief through an approved grant from Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA). Los Angeles World… Read more

Schools Get $10M Grant for Noise Relief

Students at Inglewood schools will get long awaited noise relief through an approved grant from Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA).    Los Angeles

IUSD Budget to Wipe Out Structural Deficit

Inglewood Unified State Trustee Dr. Don Brann announced Tuesday that the District’s 2015-16 fiscal year budget will eliminate a structural deficit t

Inglewood High Senior Wins Prestigious Gates Millennium Scholarship

  Jose Cervantes spent his senior year at Inglewood High School exploring colleges around the country before narrowing his choices to UC Berkeley, U

6 Years and Still Fighting

White House Correspondent Chuck Todd got it right when he described the mood of President Barack Obama’s State of the Union (SOTU) Address Tuesday n

Butts Wins By Largest Margin in Inglewood Mayoral History

Mayor James Butts was all smiles, all night on Tuesday, as he made the rounds at his victory watch party on Florence Ave. and Market Street.  He shoo

GOP Takes the Senate, California Stays Blue

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Raider’s ‘No Show’ No Big Deal…Or is it?

Is the proposed $1.7 billion stadium that would house both the Oakland Raiders and San Diego Chargers still a go?  Carson Mayor Albert Robles says ye

Inglewood Stars In New Film "DOPE"

Over the weekend Inglewood was front stage as millions of movie goers around the nation lined up to see Inglewood native, filmmaker and writer, Rick F

Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Hosts ‘BET Experience’ Kickoff Concert

The Road to the BET Experience, Presented by Coca-Cola, began on June 20 with a stellar concert at the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza featuring soul sin

Welcome Back Students!

The first day of a new school year is always exhilarating. I remember the Sunday night before, laying out my new outfit, packing my backpack with fres

Inglewood Honors Local Icons

Mayor James Butts and the Inglewood City Council began Tuesday’s meeting by recognizing two individuals with commendations.   Olympic gold medalis

My Kids LOVE Inglewood Library!

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Retraction Story

On May 30, 2013, Inglewood Today News first reported through a Willie Brown editorial on an incident that occurred on May 24, 2013, when Mr. Joseph Teixeira removed campaign fliers of then City Council Candidate Alex Padilla from the top of a waste receptacle at Fabulous Burgers and disposed of them in the receptacle. Seconds later, the campaign fliers were removed from the trash receptacle by a third party and returned to the top of the receptacle.  Mr. Teixeira has always contended his actions were justified under the circumstances and that no crime was committed.

While we continue to believe that the disposal of Mr. Padilla’s campaign fliers by Mr. Teixeira was inappropriate, Inglewood Today’s newspaper and Internet reports inaccurately and incorrectly characterized Mr. Teixeira as “a thief,” “a petty thief” and “an alleged thief,” because no crime was committed.  

Upon further investigation, Inglewood Today News could not confirm that Mr. Teixeira worked for or supported then Councilwoman Judy Dunlap.  Inglewood Today also retracts its statements that Mr. Teixeira ran from the restaurant or that he destroyed the fliers, as first reported.  

In addition, while it continues to be our belief that the act of intentionally disposing of a candidate’s campaign materials was improper, we regret and retract any references to Mr. Teixeira as a bandit, as well as statements to the effect that he drove away from the premises in a getaway car.  We take seriously our responsibility to set the record straight, and apologize to Mr. Teixeira for our inaccurate reporting (hereinafter the “Retraction”).”

Should Inglewood Have An NFL Team? If So, Which One?

Rams - 44%
Raiders - 22.6%
Chargers - 9.5%
No Team - 23.8%

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