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Is a Registered Sex Offender Running for Compton Community College Board?

Is a Registered Sex Offender Running for Compton Community College Board?

October 31, 2022 By Brian Hews With Los Angeles city council dominating the news, the mainstream media has not been paying attention to other races in the area. One, in…

67th Assembly Candidate Soo Yoo’s Racist, Homophobic Rants on Social Media

67th Assembly Candidate Soo Yoo’s Racist, Homophobic Rants on Social Media

  By Brian Hews October 27, 2022~In a series of Facebook posts and videos, ABC Unified School District President of the Board and 67th Assembly candidate Soo Yoo unleashed a…

Asian Americans for Good Government PAC Yanks Michelle Steel Endorsement

Asian Americans for Good Government PAC Yanks Michelle Steel Endorsement

      In a statement the AAGG-PAC wrote: AAGG-PAC DENOUNCES THE ANTI-ASIAN POLITICAL ATTACKS & WITHDRAWS ENDORSEMENT FOR MICHELLE STEEL The AAGG-PAC, Asian Americans for Good Government Political Action Committee…

Rep. Michelle Steel’s Shameful Voting Record Includes No on Protecting Kids

Rep. Michelle Steel’s Shameful Voting Record Includes No on Protecting Kids   SUPPORTING STEEL: Seen in this picture are Former LA County Supervisor Don Knabe, Cerritos Mayor Chuong Vo, Cerritos…

Dark Money Affecting Orange City Council Race

Dark Money Affecting Orange City Council Race

      Documents showing a Northern California PAC opposing Dan Salter, who is running for Mayor of Orange and Adrienne Gladson, who is running for District 6 in Orange.…

October 21, 2022 Hews Media Group-Community News eNewspaper

October 21, 2022 Hews Media Group-Community News eNewspaper

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Possible human remains found in pipe under 55 Freeway in Costa Mesa

COSTA MESA, Calif. (CNS) — A blocked pipe at the 55 Freeway at Baker Street in Costa Mesa might have human remains in it, officials said Tuesday as efforts were underway…

Norwalk Breaks Ground on Sixty Unit Affordable Housing Facility for Veterans

Norwalk Breaks Ground on Sixty Unit Affordable Housing Facility for Veterans

GROUND-BREAKING: (l-r) Todd Fabian, Fred Zermeno, Communications Director for Senator Bob Archuleta; Jesus Gomez, Norwalk City Manager; Emilio Salas, Councilmember Tony Ayala, Mayor Rick Ramirez, David Peterson, Councilmember Jennifer Perez,…

First Eight Cases of Avian Flu Detected in Wild Birds in L.A. County; Risk of Transmission to Humans is Low

October 17, 2022~The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (DPH) has confirmed the first eight cases of avian flu in Los Angeles County, including three Canada Geese and a…

UFCW: Proposed Kroger/Albertsons Merger Would Be Devastating for Essential Workers and Customers 

October 14, 2022~Los Angeles, CA– Today it was reported that grocery store giant Kroger could announce a deal this week to buy rival grocery store company Albertsons, resulting in a…

October 14, 2022 Hews Media Group-Community News eNewspaper

October 14, 2022 Hews Media Group-Community News eNewspaper

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News and Notes from Press Row – John Glenn girls volleyball secures third place in 605 League, ends playoff drought

News and Notes from Press Row – John Glenn girls volleyball secures third place in 605 League, ends playoff drought

  By Loren Kopff • @LorenKopff on Twitter October 13, 2022~ A pair of teams who were residents of the lower half of the old Suburban League and haven’t had much…

Artesia City Council Appoints Aldo E. Schindler as New City Manager

Artesia City Council Appoints Aldo E. Schindler as New City Manager

  October 12, 2022~The Artesia City Council is pleased to announce the appointment of Aldo E. Schindler as its new City Manager.  The Council took action at its October 10…

Willie Spence ‘American Idol’ runner-up, dies in vehicle crash in Tennessee

(ABC) CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. — Willie Spence, the “American Idol” season 19 runner-up, has died in a vehicle crash in Tennessee. The 23-year-old was killed Tuesday after hitting the rear of a…

Gang War in Hawaiian Gardens, L.A.C. Sheriff Tell Officials ‘We Are Short-Staffed’

Gang War in Hawaiian Gardens, L.A.C. Sheriff Tell Officials ‘We Are Short-Staffed’

By Brian Hews October 10, 2022~They are the Hawaiian Gardens 13, the Artesia 13, the Chivas 13, and the Norwalk 13, and when they start fighting, everybody knows it, and…

October 7, 2022 Hews Media Group-Community News eNewspaper

October 7, 2022 Hews Media Group-Community News eNewspaper

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Cerritos Resident Will Stand Trial in Embezzlement Case

Cerritos Resident Will Stand Trial in Embezzlement Case

Paul Phillips By Brian Hews October 5, 2022~Cerritos resident and former Industry City Manager Paul Philips will stand trial for allegedly assisting in a developer’s scheme to steal up to…

September 30, 2022 Hews Media Group-Community News eNewspaper

September 30, 2022 Hews Media Group-Community News eNewspaper

LATINO RESTAURANT ASSOC. CHEFMAKER PROGRAM: AMATEUR COOKS TRAIN UNDER A PROFESSIONAL CHEF  

  Chefmaker pairs six up-and-coming home cooks with local restaurants for hands-on culinary and business training. The result is a one-night-only meal service you cannot miss! LOS ANGELES, CA –…

Through the Red Tape: Pico Rivera Will Open Veteran Resource Center

Through the Red Tape: Pico Rivera Will Open Veteran Resource Center

FIle photo. September 27, 2022 By Brian Hews In November 2021, after much prodding from the Pico Rivera City Council, the Los Angeles County Library and the California Department of…