One Of LAPD's 1st Black Officers Reinstated More Than 120 Years After His Firing

One Of LAPD's 1st Black Officers Reinstated More Than 120 Years After His Firing

Robert Stewart was among the first Black officers hired by the LAPD. He spent 11 years on the force before he was unjustly terminated, according to the Los Angeles Police Commission.
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Law rallies in fourth quarter to stun Shelton

Law went on a 25-13 run in the final quarter behind a pair of 3-pointers from junior Mariyah Reid and senior Madilyn Lula. The pair of 3-pointers got Law …
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Law girls rally from 12-point, fourth quarter deficit to stun Shelton

MILFORD — For three quarters, things were not looking good for the Jonathan Law girls basketball team. Missing numerous shots inside and unable …
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Latest News: Library Appoints New Chief of Research and Reference Services

The Library of Congress has appointed Dennis Clark as chief of Research and Reference Services. Clark brings more than 22 years’ experience as an administrator and librarian to the Library, where he will lead public research services, onsite and online user engagement and the development of the majority of the 30 million items in the Library’s General Collections.
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FUBO ALERT: The Klein Law Firm Announces a Lead Plaintiff Deadline of April 19, 2021 in the …

(NYSE: FUBO) alleging that the Company violated federal securities laws. Class Period: March 23, 2020 and January 4, 2021. Lead Plaintiff Deadline: …
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