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Riverside leaders decided late Tuesday, Jan. 11, to ask the Riverside County District Attorney’s Office to investigate whether city utility contracts may have been steered toward certain companies when David Wright was general manager of Riverside Public Utilities. Wright, a 62-year-old Riverside resident who left city government in 2013 and became chief of the Los
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Gov. Gavin Newsom’s $286 billion spending plan proposes allocating $21.8 billion for higher education, including the University of California, Cal State University and California Community Colleges. The CSU, composed of 23 campuses, and the 10-campus UC systems would both get five years of 5% annual funding increases under Newsom’s proposed budget, which the governor introduced
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Amy Yamaguchi met her daughter when the infant was five months old. That’s because at the time of the C-section birth, Yamaguchi was in a coma and suffering from COVID-19. And that’s just part of the story. The Seal Beach resident soon would become the first COVID-19 patient at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles
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LAUSD interim Superintendent Megan Reilly, center, and School Board President Kelly Gomez, second from left, join fellow officials to distribute COVID-19 home testing kits at Johnnie L. Cochran Jr. Middle School in Los Angeles on Friday, January 7, 2022. (Photo by Axel Koester, Contributing Photographer) LAUSD School Board President Kelly Gomez joins fellow school board
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Los Angeles County firefighters are transporting patients to hospitals in their trucks rather than ambulances, an unprecedented move required because of surging coronavirus cases within the county Fire Department and among paramedic companies. That’s according to acting Assistant Chief Brian Bennet, who said during a recent report to the Carson City Council that 450 Los
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LOS ANGELES — Los Angeles County Supervisor Kathryn Barger tweeted that she tested positive for COVID-19 on Tuesday. “Feels like a cold, but each person’s experience is different,” Barger tweeted. “Time to walk the talk — I’m isolating, getting rest and keeping my loved ones at a distance. StayHome GetVaccinated FlattenTheCurve” Barger told FOX 11
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These temporary pipes are detouring the sewage about 1,000 feet while repairs are made on the line that broke last week causing a sewage spill, in Carson on Monday, January 3, 2022. (Photo by Brittany Murray, Press-Telegram/SCNG) Chief engineer for sanitation districts of Los Angeles County, Robert Ferrante, gives Carson Mayor, Lula Davis-Holmes a tour
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