California

A state auditor’s report released on Tuesday, April 26, revealed that five California law enforcement agencies, including the San Bernardino Police Department and Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, are not adequately guarding against racially and ethnically biased conduct. In one glaring example, state auditors detailed in the 124-page report that San Bernardino police failed to
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Dr. Squatch, a Southern California-based maker of natural soaps, deodorant and other personal-care products, has secured $10 million in tax credits. The company gained the tax breaks through Subcity, an online platform that identifies and secures tax credits and incentives for small and medium-sized businesses. Tom Ramhorst, Dr. Squatch’s chief operating officer, said his business
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Granada Hills Charter High School Academic Decathlon team for 2021-22 includes (not in order in photo) Zainab Al-Atya, Lily Fairbank-Bermejo, Vivian Le, Anthony Mercado (alternate), Vanessa Miller, Elyssa Nguyen (alternate), Kira Pospeshil, Matthew Salcedo, Colby Sapera, Garrett Scott, and Mason Wong. The team was led by head coach, Tyler Lee, and assistant coach Amy Contreras.
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Ceramics student Qlint Steinhauser’s sculpture Earth Spirit blends into vegetable patches in the campus community garden during Earth Day activities at LA City College on Friday, April 22, 2022. (Photo by Axel Koester, Contributing Photographer) Ceramics student Jenny Wong places her sculpture on a pile of mulch in the campus community garden during Earth Day
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Los Angeles County public health officials reported 2,123 new cases of the coronavirus since Wednesday, bringing the total number of cases to 2,857,772 as of Thursday, April 21. Officials reported 15 more deaths linked to the coronavirus, for a total of 31,899 deaths since tracking began. There sxi fewer hospitalizations reported since Wednesday, bringing the
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Citing nearly two decades of failure to develop fair and comprehensive hiring practices and ethics policies, the State Auditor’s Office on Thursday, April 21, asked the governor and legislators to step in to assist in holding the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California accountable. “Although MWD agreed to develop comprehensive hiring procedures nearly 20 years
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Fontana and state Attorney General Rob Bonta have settled a lawsuit filed last summer challenging the city’s approval of a 206,000-square-foot warehouse at Slover and Oleander avenues adjacent to Jurupa Hills High School. At a news conference Monday, April 18, in downtown Los Angeles, Bonta called the settlement “innovative” in how it addresses environmental injustices
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SYLMAR — No injuries were reported Monday morning from a well-involved Sylmar house fire. The fire was reported at 3:19 a.m. on the 13900 block of Almetz Street, according to the Los Angeles Fire Department’s Brian Humphrey. First-arriving firefighters reported the single-story house was well-involved with flames that also threatened a nearby structure, Humphrey said.
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Parishioners attend the 73rd Easter Sunrise Service at Green Hills Memorial Park, hosted by San Pedro’s Pastors Fellowship and the Alive worship band, in Rancho Palos Verdes on Sunday, April 17, 2022.(Photo by Axel Koester, Contributing Photographer) The holiest day on the Christian calendar was a greeted with uplifting celebrations for rebirth and redemption around
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