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Majority Of LAUSD Students Choose Not To Return To School

Majority Of LAUSD Students Choose Not To Return To School

Although all schools within Los Angeles Unified have reopened, the vast majority of students are opting to continue remote learning, with the district reporting Monday that just 7% of high…

Gov. Newsom to Expand California Stimulus to Middle Income Families

Gov. Newsom to Expand California Stimulus to Middle Income Families

  Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Monday he will expand the state’s economic stimulus program to middle income families, which means the Golden State Stimulus now provides at least $600 to…

Ransomware Attack Leads to Shutdown of Major East Coast U.S. System, Colonial Pipeline

Ransomware Attack Leads to Shutdown of Major East Coast U.S. System, Colonial Pipeline

The attack on top U.S. operator Colonial Pipeline appears to have been carried out by an Eastern European-based criminal gang (WAPO) A ransomware attack caused a major East Coast fuel…

Buccaneer Bay Set to Open for Summer Season

Buccaneer Bay Set to Open for Summer Season

  STAFF REPORT Buccaneer Bay officially will kick off the summer season on Saturday, May 29. Family and friends can enjoy the waterpark which features a lazy river, three water…

Nonprofit Violins Not Violence Donates Instruments to Two Pico Rivera Students at Park Academy

Nonprofit Violins Not Violence Donates Instruments to Two Pico Rivera Students at Park Academy

Edwin Figueroa, a sixth-grader at the school with his guitar. Sixth-grader Alexa Menchaca-Lopez holds her violin. The nonprofit was founded by two Los Angeles police officers. PICO RIVERA, Calif. (KABC)…

Pico Rivera to Consider Digital Billboards

Pico Rivera to Consider Digital Billboards

  BY BRIAN HEWS • May 7, 2021 The city of Pico Rivera Planning Commission, at its upcoming May 17 meeting, will consider an amendment to the city’s municipal code…

Normalcy Post COVID-19 Can Lead to Mental Stress

Normalcy Post COVID-19 Can Lead to Mental Stress

      May 7, 2021 ___________________ Mental health expert offers valuable advice on how to best embrace change. ___________________ With Los Angeles County having moved to the least restrictive…

LA County Supervisor Holly Mitchell to Host Veterans Food Drive-Thru Distribution

LA County Supervisor Holly Mitchell to Host Veterans Food Drive-Thru Distribution

LOS ANGELES, Calif. – Los Angeles County Supervisor, Holly J. Mitchell, representing the Second District,  is partnering with the County of Los Angeles Department of Military and Veterans Affairs, and the Culver City Recreation & Community Services Department to host a Veterans Food Drive-Thru…

Lakewood Rotary Donates $700 in Gift Cards to Su Casa

Lakewood Rotary Donates $700 in Gift Cards to Su Casa

  Lakewood Rotarian Valerie Frost shows off the $700 worth of Target Gift Cards donated by the members of the Rotary Club to the Su Casa – Ending Domestic Violence…

Landlords and Renters Share Personal Stories of Financial Hardship

Landlords and Renters Share Personal Stories of Financial Hardship

  Rent relief appointments continue at select locations in Los Angeles County BAKERSFIELD, CA, May 5, 2021 — Since the launch of CityServe’s Eviction Prevention Starting Point, hundreds of landlords…

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