SCVNews.com | Opinion / Comment: Statement by District Superintendent 5 Katherine Berger

SCVNews.com |  Opinion / Comment: Statement by District Superintendent 5 Katherine Berger

The Los Angeles County Fire Department is among the best in the state. With 177 fire stations and 4,741 employees, the brave department members protect people and property on a daily basis. And more than ever, we are seeing women increase to serve in our fire department. All alumni of the Canyon College track and … Read more

Hollywood Partnership CEO

Hollywood Partnership CEO

HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA – A combination of legendary halls from Chinese theater to Borders, Hollywood may be the most recognizable neighborhood in Los Angeles, but the challenges it faces are not unique. Like so many other places throughout Los Angeles and the entire United States, the plague has radically changed the landscape, closed businesses, left vacancies … Read more

The California economy did not lose to Texas in 2021

The California economy did not lose to Texas in 2021

Opinion and interpretation Editorial articles and other content content offer perspectives on issues that are important to our community and are independent of the work of our newsroom reporters. Kelly Soderlund, right, works with a colleague at the TripActions office in San Francisco, Friday, August 27, 2021. The transition to a hybrid work model is … Read more

COVID cases in California have gone up, but there are no plans to add restrictions

COVID cases in California have gone up, but there are no plans to add restrictions

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) – California has no plans to impose new restrictions on an epidemic across the state despite an increase in Corona virus cases, largely due to the highly transmitted BA.2 micron variant, the state’s senior health official says. What you need to know The spike is mainly due to a new version of … Read more

Sheriff Vilnauba gives Metro an ultimatum regarding public transportation policing

Sheriff Vilnauba gives Metro an ultimatum regarding public transportation policing

LOS ANGELES (CNS) – Calling on the current Los Angeles County Department of Transportation system to fail, Sheriff Alex Willenova said Wednesday he would pull all of his deputies from patrol positions on July 1, unless his department wins a contract to provide the All policing. On buses, trains and stations. What you need to … Read more

LABC calls on Los Angeles to create new policies that will promote more housing

LABC calls on Los Angeles to create new policies that will promote more housing

LOS ANGELES – When it comes to building more housing, Los Angeles has ambitious but unrealistic plans, some business leaders say. What you need to know Los Angeles has ambitious plans to build nearly 500,000 housing units by 2029, but business leaders say it is unrealistic The Los Angeles Business Council is urging the city … Read more

Following CODA’s Oscar win, deaf Western actors will face Opera

Following CODA’s Oscar win, deaf Western actors will face Opera

LOS ANGELES – Traditionally, when Florsten’s character appears on stage in the second act of “Fidelio”, he is alone in his prison cell. What you need to know Fidelio, Beethoven’s only opera, was first performed in 1805 when the composer himself was deaf. This is the first time the Deaf Western Theater has collaborated with … Read more