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Strike Halted, Tentative Agreement Reached Between Alliance Unions and Kaiser Permanente

Strike Halted, Tentative Agreement Reached Between Alliance Unions and Kaiser Permanente

November 13, 2021 On Saturday, November 13, 2021, Kaiser Permanente and the Alliance of Health Care Unions reached tentative agreement on a four-year contract, covering nearly 50,000 Kaiser Permanente health…

Salmon Lox Recalled, California Affected

Salmon Lox Recalled, California Affected

November 13, 2021 Oregon Lox Company of Eugene, OR, is recalling various brands of “Wild Cold Smoked Keta Salmon Lox” because of potential Listeria monocytogenes contamination. The affected Wild Cold…

WRD Vendor Wins Award for Filtration System at Albert Robles Center

WRD Vendor Wins Award for Filtration System at Albert Robles Center

By Brian Hews Consolidated Water Company announced that its subsidiary, PERC Water Corporation, has received the ‘Outstanding Membrane Plant Award – Large Plant’ from Southwest Membrane Operator Association. The award…

Mobile Vaccine and Booster Clinic in Hawaiian Gardens

Mobile Vaccine and Booster Clinic in Hawaiian Gardens

  November 4, 2021 By Tammye McDuff The city of Hawaiian Gardens will co-host a mobile vaccine clinic alongside Veritas Healthcare, Monday, November 8, 2021, from 11:00 am to 2:00…

Los Angeles Activists hold ‘Small Dong March’ to end ‘shaming’ of tiny penises

Los Angeles Activists hold ‘Small Dong March’ to end ‘shaming’ of tiny penises

  NEW YORK POST It’s not the size of the protest — it’s what you do with it. Dozens of men have hit the streets for a “Small Dong March,”…

LA Receives Loan From EPA To Finance Water Recycling Project

LA Receives Loan From EPA To Finance Water Recycling Project

October 26, 2021 MY NEWS LA – Los Angeles sanitation officials received a $224 million loan from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to help finance a project to purify wastewater…

California Has the Lowest COVID-19 Transmission Rate

California Has the Lowest COVID-19 Transmission Rate

  October 25, 2021 California has by far the lowest COVID-19 transmission rate in the country. Experts say the state’s high vaccination rate is the main reason. They add that…

Whitney High School Celebrates Two Students Earning a Perfect Score on an AP Exam

Whitney High School Celebrates Two Students Earning a Perfect Score on an AP Exam

October 25, 2021 The ABC Unified School District and Whitney High School congratulate students Kayla Hamakawa and Max Zou for earning perfect scores on an Advanced Placement (AP) Exam. Both…

Trader Joes Meat Sticks Recalled

Trader Joes Meat Sticks Recalled

October 23, 2021 The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advised consumers to avoid eating Citterio brand Premium Italian-Style Salami Sticks on Saturday, Oct. 23, after the product was linked…

WRD Gives Helpful Tips During Drought Awareness Month

WRD Gives Helpful Tips During Drought Awareness Month

October 8, 2021      …