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Covid vaccination will not required to attend K-12 public school…

California teens ages 12-15 can start getting vaccinated for Covid as of May 13, but getting the shot will not

Appreciate Nurses-we can all do our part to help end…

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, I have been inspired by the strength and resilience of California’s nurses, many of whom are

Los Angeles County battles hunger with Calfresh-Solis, community groups encourage…

Among the many problems made worse by the COVID-19 pandemic in Los Angeles County is a familiar one: hunger. For

How communities can heal Post-Pandemic

Health care and education disparities. Lack of affordable housing. Racism and police abuse. Job loss. These are just a few

Nepalese Students In New Mexico To Organize 12th International Conference…

By N24 Correspondent, LOS ANGELES:- The Nepalese Students Association (NeSA) in New Mexico State University (NMSU), Las Cruces, NM is

Georgia’s voting rights rollback faces new lawsuit

Less than a week after the state of Georgia enacted new voting rules, a third federal lawsuit is seeking to

Scams the fifth horseman, ride the internet and phones

For a family in Billings, Montana, a personal apocalypse rode into their lives over the telephone. The voice was indistinct,

Common cause focuses on 2021 redistricting-voting districts set this year…

Armed with nearly-completed 2020 Census data, states soon will begin adjusting how their communities are represented in U.S. politics. Population

Archdiocese steps up- vaccines are coming. until then be careful,…

County officials working to keep Angelenos safe from COVID-19 have a partner in the Los Angeles Archdiocese, the nation’s largest.

Covid case rates drop and Schools reopen – LA County…

On the eve of re-opening school for all 2 million of its students, the Los Angeles County Office of Education

Covid-19 fuels the threat of global famine

Conflicts, climate change and now COVID-19 are the three C’s driving 270 million people to famine in the most impoverished

California’s $6.6 billion school re-opening plan prioritizes low-income, special needs…

Members of the California state Legislature and Governor Gavin Newsom unveiled a $6.6 billion school re-opening plan, which aims to

Voting rights at stake as Suprme Court considers Arizona Case

Sometimes it’s 50 miles — one way — for Native Americans living on reservations or in remote areas of Arizona

ETHNIC COMMUNITIES UNITE TO COMBAT ANTI-ASIAN VIOLENCE

A family celebrating a birthday at a restaurant is yelled at with racist remarks by a tech executive: “F–k you

AMID COVID, LA COUNTY HUSTLES TO HELP THE HUNGRY

Los Angeles County officials’ cautious optimism about the battle against COVID-19 is tempered with a warning: People must stay vigilant

L.A. COUNTY GAINING GROUND ON COVID – VACCINE IS NOW…

Los Angeles County has dramatically reduced the awful surge in COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths that struck late last year,

VACCINE DISTRIBUTION LAGS BEHIND FOR COMMUNITIES OF COLOR – RACIAL…

Some 55% of COVID-19 fatalities in California are Latino while African-Americans in New York have the highest rates of hospitalization

HIGH HOPES FOR BIDEN IMMIGRATION REFORMS – ADVOCATES PUSH TO…

After four years of brutish immigration restrictions, advocates are breathing a sigh of relief and seeing a clear opening to

Nepali Student Ajay Sah Goes Missing In New York For…

By Manoj Rijal, LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA:- A Nepali student enrolled in Drew University, Madison, New Jersey has gone missing in

CALIFORNIA GOVERNOR LIFTS STATEWIDE STAY-AT-HOME ORDERS AND EXTENDS EVICTION MORATORIUM

California Governor Gavin Newsom lifted the state’s Stay-At-Home orders, effective immediately Jan 25, based on projections of intensive care unit