• California’s gas lawn equipment ban hits the little guys

    Dan Walters CalMatters Gov. Gavin Newsom’s signature on Assembly Bill 1346 makes one wonder whether California politicians ever fully understand — or even want to understand — the ramifications of their decisions. The measure aims to eliminate the sales of gasoline-powered lawn equipment, such as mowers, string trimmers, leaf blowers and...
  • Not on the menu: Halal, kosher options limited in California school lunches

    Joe Hong CalMatters On days she forgets to pack her lunch, 17-year-old Dalal Erekat has to resort to a few vegetarian options like carrot sticks and tater tots. Her school, Valhalla High, has never provided halal entrees permissible to eat by her Muslim faith. But her city, El Cajon...
  • FAQ CON EL DR. DALI FAN SOBRE EL NUEVO MANDATO DE VACUNAS PARA ESTUDIANTES

    El gobernador Gavin Newsom está ordenando al Departamento de Salud Pública de California que agregue la vacuna COVID-19 a las otras vacunas requeridas para la asistencia escolar en persona, como el sarampión, las paperas y la rubéola. Se requerirá que los estudiantes estén vacunados para el aprendizaje en persona...
  • Telehealth Going Strong Even After Pandemic Closures

    DENVER – The use of telehealth services – a combination of telephone, video and other online tools – peaked during COVID closures, and Coloradans still are opting for remote visits, according to new data. Social isolation and other disruptions saw mental and behavioral telehealth visits rise dramatically. Cari Frank –...
  • CA’s Higher-Ed Reforms Push Transfer Barriers Aside

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Community college students in California are being encouraged to take a closer look at their education plans, to see if transferring to a state university makes sense, and new policy changes aim to ease that pathway. The changes are part of a package of higher-education bills...
  • SCREAM

    Veinticinco años después de que una racha de asesinatos brutales paralizara la tranquilidad de la ciudad de Woodsboro, un nuevo asesino se pone la máscara de Ghostface para comenzar a acechar a un grupo de adolescentes y resucitar los secretos del legado mortales en la ciudad.   DIRECTED BY...
  • Q&A: Chrissie Fit Knows “What You Did Last Summer”

    Arturo Hilario El Observador It’s the spookiest time of the year and it’s also the most productive time for horror entertainment and its consumption. A new reimagining of a classic 90’s teen slasher is here in time for the season, the Amazon original show, “I Know What You Did...
  • LAS PROMESAS DEL PRESIDENTE

    A duras penas, Estados Unidos impidió temporalmente una crisis de su deuda, luego que los demócratas y republicanos no lograron ponerse de acuerdo en una solución de largo plazo para elevar el techo del endeudamiento. A duras penas, Estados Unidos mantuvo en operación al gobierno federal, luego que demócratas...
  • CA Postal Workers Say Latest Changes Undermine USPS

    UPLAND, Calif. — Ahead of the busiest season of the year for the U.S. Postal Service, some California postal workers are voicing concerns about the latest policy changes. They include new service standards that slow down first-class mail delivery. Mail traveling less than 1,000 miles should reach its destination in three...

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