Wednesday, October 28, 2020

Carson

Albert Robles Center Receives Highest LEED Certification

The facility, opened in August 2019, produces 14 million gallons a day of advanced treated water.

Budget Focuses on Maintaining Community Service, Employment

This article was updated to reflect the fact that the city is aiming to pay for some capital improvements to local parks...

Carson Plans on Remaining Synchronized with LA County on COVID Orders

The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health issued an order on June 11 allowing various businesses to reopen following consistent decline...

Carson Councilman Leads Peaceful Demonstration

By Alex Witrago, Editorial Intern In the midst of COVID-19, Carson marched in support of the Black Lives Matter movement and justice for George Floyd...

Barragán Talks Impeachment

By Dennis J. Freeman, Carson Reporter Rep. Nannette Diaz Barragán brought her voice to the nation’s healthcare woes and impeachment talk of President Donald Trump...

Carson City Limits Gun Control

Gun Control Measure Fails, City Leaders Slow to Return Calls By Dennis J. Freeman, Reporter Barely one month ago Carson Mayor Albert Robles failed to win...

Carson Night Out Against Crime and Violence

By Dennis J. Freeman, Contributor The activity just outside of the Congresswoman Juanita Millender-McDonald Community Center and the Carson Sheriff’s Station was brisk with pedestrian...

CSU Dominguez Hills in Talks to House the Mayme A. Clayton Library & Museum

By Dennis J. Freeman, Reporter Cal State University Dominguez Hills is in negotiations to house the Mayme A. Clayton Library & Museum collection — more...

Carson Moves to Avoid Voting Rights Lawsuit

Carson is considering a switch from citywide elections to selection by geographic districts, but the initial response from residents was not positive. No one...

Undefeated Boxer Brings Awareness to Students on Mental Illness

By Carissa Diaz, Editorial Intern Losing his father at 6-years-old from battling mental illness, along with his ability to read and write due to post-traumatic...

Councilman Dear Revives Outlet Mall Plan

By Lyn Jensen, Carson Reporter  Take the Avalon Boulevard exit south from the 405 Freeway and see a street sign that boasts “Stadium Way.” It’s...

AQMD Designates Carson as “Environmental Justice” Community

By Lyn Jensen, Carson Reporter Carson, Wilmington and West Long Beach have been designated as a single “environmental justice” community by the South Coast Air...

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Western States Join Forces to Ensure Safety of COVID-19 Vaccine

The Governors of Washington, Oregon and Nevada will identify public health experts to join California’s workgroup to guide the review of any vaccine approved by the FDA

Watchdog Agencies Release Initial Analysis of Skilled Nursing Homes

Skilled nursing homes have been the epicenter of the pandemic in LA County, with about 16,000 infections and 2,500 deaths among patients and staff.

Health Advisory: High Risk of COVID-19 Transmission at Gatherings and Public Celebrations

Additionally, recent contact tracing interviews over the course of 3 weeks showed that 55% of the people who knew of a possible exposure had attended an event or gathering where 2 or more people were sick.

Owner of Restaurant Chain Pleads guilty to Obstructing Investigation

From 2011 through 2014, Guzman paid some employees a flat rate of $320 per week, despite them working 12 hours a day, six days a week. This equals $4.44 per hour, when minimum wage was $8 per hour from 2011 to 2013, and $9 an hour starting in 2014.