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ABCUSD Setting Plans to Re-Open Schools

ABCUSD Setting Plans to Re-Open Schools

  Staff Report   • February 16, 2021 As COVID cases decline, L.A. County has hit a state milestone for allowing schools to reopen, county Supervisor Janice Hahn said Monday. However,…

Half of Californians willing to share their health data with Big Pharma to improve COVID-19 vaccines

Half of Californians willing to share their health data with Big Pharma to improve COVID-19 vaccines

    67% say they would not be happy to share their health data indefinitely. Half believe they should be financially compensated for their data. Interactive infographic included showing state results.…

L.A. County TK-6 Schools Could Open This Week

  From LA County Health Dept. The state permits elementary schools to reopen as soon as we reach an adjusted case rate of 25 per 100,000. We are informing Los…

Cerritos Mayor, Council Allies Fail to Cap Third Party Delivery Fees

Cerritos Mayor, Council Allies Fail to Cap Third Party Delivery Fees

  Opinion by HMG Publisher Brian Hews February 15, 2021 Local cities such as Artesia, Hawaiian Gardens, Buena Park, and Irvine have done it, the cities of Los Angeles and…

Mass vaccine site to open Tuesday at Cal State LA

Mass vaccine site to open Tuesday at Cal State LA

Officials were nearly done building a huge  vaccination site at Cal State University Los Angeles which will open next Tuesday and operate every day  until August. The site will vaccinate…

Deputies shoot, wound suspected DUI driver in Norwalk

At least one sheriff’s deputy shot a suspected drunken driver Friday evening in Norwalk during a foot pursuit, authorities said. The man was taken to the hospital after the shooting,…

Kaiser Permanente’s Thriving Communities Fund Invests $50 Million in Supportive Housing

Kaiser Permanente’s Thriving Communities Fund Invests $50 Million in Supportive Housing

  Kaiser Permanente’s Thriving Communities Fund Invests $50 Million in First-of-its-Kind Private Equity Impact Fund Targeting Permanent Supportive Housing With Per-Unit Cost Below $200,000.   The SDS Supportive Housing Fund…

February 12, 2021 Hews Media Group-Los Cerritos Community News eNewspaper

Click on image to view in full screen. Thanks for reading, stay healthy! 😷🏠🗞   Award winning Los Cerritos Community Newspaper, hyper local community news and investigative reporting in Los…

Cerritos Resident and Whitney High Grad Julie Su Will be Deputy Labor Secretary

Cerritos Resident and Whitney High Grad Julie Su Will be Deputy Labor Secretary

President Joe Biden has offered Cerritos resident and Whitney High Graduate Julie Su, and she has accepted, the role of deputy Labor secretary. Su, who heads California’s Labor and Workforce…

Asm. Cristina Garcia Introduces AB 453 on Nonconsensual Condom Removal/Stealthing

Asm. Cristina Garcia Introduces AB 453 on Nonconsensual Condom Removal/Stealthing

Sacramento, CA — Assemblymember Cristina Garcia (D-Bell Gardens) introduced trailblazing legislation that would include nonconsensual condom removal or ‘stealthing’ in the CA Civil Code. On the heels of Sexual Assault…