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Weekly Update of Valley Area COVID-19 Cases

Health Department officials have listed the latest number of confirmed novel COVID-19 cases in Los Angeles county at 1,222,114 (as of April 3). A breakdown of cases in Valley area cities and communities: Arleta: 7,009 Burbank 8,673 Canoga Park: 9,235 Chatsworth: 3,555 Encino: 3,371 Granada Hills: 6,383 Lake Balboa: 5,341 Lake View Terrace: 2,292 Mission […]

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Safety Measures at Pacoima Wash Bridge “Still a Priority for San Fernando,” City Manager Says

It’s been four years since 14-year-old Eli Rodriguez was swept away by the Pacoima Wash — in still unknown circumstances—as he made his way from Cesar Chavez Learning Academies to his grandmother’s house. His disappearance on Feb. 17, 2017 in the middle of a fierce rainstorm with hurricane winds drove the community to hold vigils, […]

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LACo COVID Numbers Drop To Orange Tier Level; Move Possible In Early April

LOS ANGELES (CNS) — As expected, Los Angeles County’s COVID-19 case rate continued to fall, putting the county on pace to move into an even less-restrictive tier of the state’s economic-reopening blueprint by early April, which would allow for higher capacity at many businesses. According to the state’s weekly update of county-by-county COVID figures, Los […]

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Photos of Migrant Detention Highlight Biden’s Border Secrecy

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden’s administration has tried for weeks to keep the public from seeing images like those released Monday of immigrant children in U.S. custody at the border sleeping on mats under foil blankets, separated in groups by plastic partitions. Administration officials have steadfastly refused to call the detention of more than […]

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The Legislative Push to Recoup Students “Lost Year”

During a recent press briefing held by Ethnic Media Services, the discussion was held on next month’s expected return to in-person learning at public schools.  Many parents, however, are still wrestling with the decision on whether or not to send their kids back to a traditional public classroom while many legislators are encouraging them to […]