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Case of West Nile Virus Reported In Long Beach

LONG BEACH -The first human case of West Nile virus (WNV) this mosquito season was reported in Long Beach the week of...

Riverside County to Extend Social Distancing Measures throughout June 19 

Image source: https://www.pexels.com/photo/woman-wearing-face-mask-3902881/  While some states are aggressively resisting social distancing measures, such as Alabama, others are working hard to flatten the coronavirus curve. California...

New Office, New Challenge

San Pedro clinic is the first line of defense By Hunter Chase, Reporter These days, when patients walk through the doors of  any of the three...

St. Mary’s Medical Center Awarded Stroke Center Certification

Advanced Thrombectomy Capable Stroke Center Certification

An Educator Brings her Mission to the Kitchen Table

By Alexa Moreno Perdomo, Editorial Intern Franki Bellhouse-Garcia never had a plan and had resigned himself to a life working the docks until Mary McAlpine...

Map Connects LA’s LGBTQ Youth with Vital Resources

LOS ANGELES — On June 28, Los Angeles Controller Ron Galperin released a map detailing free and local resources to help LGBTQ homeless youth...

The Port of Long Beach

The Port of Long Beach is accepting applications for it’s community sponsorship program until Friday, March 30, but any group that misses the deadline...

St. Mary’s Gets Grant to Help Homeless

By Gabriel Islas, Editorial Intern LONG BEACH — On June 13, Dignity Health at St. Mary Medical Center announced that it will soon be able...

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Millionaires versus Markets: Big Money Battles Prop. 15

The corporate owner of Terranea Resort has spent $250,000 to defeat Proposition 15, while Carson’s largest landowner, the Watson Land Corp., has...

Campaigning in a Different World

Top District 7 vote-getters in school board race look to distinguish themselves in new political environment The District 7...

Fog In the Media

Even the weather girl should know which way the wind blows Sitting, as I do most early mornings, drinking...

Social Media Spreads Fear on Anti-fascism Caravan

For four years, thousands of people descended upon San Pedro to see the latest in advanced military vessels, vehicles and weapons along...