Marine Josue Barron lost his left leg and eye following an IED explosion in Afghanistan. The Temecula veteran now has a 100% mortgage-free and fully accessible home, thanks to the Gary Sinise Foundation.
Thirteen people killed in a vehicle crash in Southern California on Tuesday had been smuggled into the U.S. shortly before the crash, U.S. Customs and Border Protection said.
California lawmakers are considering Assembly Bill 2826, introduced by Assembly member Evan Low, that would require department stores and large retailers to have gender neutral children’s sections.
As hundreds of people lined up in South Philadelphia every week for a Philabundance and Garces Foundation Food Drive, they could count on a familiar face.
“Black & Powerful” features BET President of Media Sales, Louis Carr, takes us on his journey growing up on Chicago’s West Side through his early college days and career.
A draft Personal Status Law, reportedly issued by the Egyptian Cabinet, was published by local media on February 23 and has since sparked widespread controversy
The U.K. is weighing whether Britons will need proof of vaccination or a negative Covid-19 test to visit bars and return to the office, and Israel is issuing vaccination passports for going to hotels and gyms.
Architect Paul Revere Williams was born in Los Angeles in 1894 and rose to prominence designing homes and public buildings. He was the first Black architect to become a member of the American Institute of Architects in 1923.
A California firefighter helped his wife deliver their daughter on the side of the road.
Frederick Thomas, known to fans as Fred the Godson, died last April from COVID-19 and was honored in South Bronx with a street renaming.
A Texas florist charged in connection with the US Capitol insurrection will be allowed to go to Mexico later this month, a federal judge ruled Friday.
All this month, Eyewitness News is examining the importance of teaching “Black History as American History” to all children.