Sarah Beth McHargue Love protests at the Change West Covina press conference outside of the West Covina City Hall on March 16, 2021. Photo credit: Abraham Navarro/SAC.Media.

City’s “Unnecessary Duplication Of Services” Requires New State Process

Joshua Sanchez, Community Reporter April 6, 2021

Despite divided opinions on the proposal of a new health department, Supervisor Hilda Solis and County Health Officer Muntu Davis have reassured residents of their support for the city. Davis even repeated...

Graphic by Abraham Navarro/SAC.Media.

City Faces Major Health Department Funding Hurdle

Joshua Sanchez, Community Reporter April 3, 2021

With no set in stone funding sources for their new health department, West Covina residents found out one part of a city funding proposal is not something the county is likely to agree too. Residents...

Stabbing at West Covina Mall

Stabbing at West Covina Mall

Abraham Navarro, Editor-in-Chief April 1, 2021

On March 30 at approximately 8:59 a.m. West Covina Police responded to a call at the West Covina Mall regarding a stabbing at the Gold's Gym, which operates in the second floor of the parking structure...

Taken from a public video posted by the West Covina City Council on July 7, 2020.

West Covina Wants Answers, Not a New Health Department

During their regularly scheduled meeting held on Zoom and broadcast on YouTube on March 16, the West Covina City Council voted 4-1 in favor of breaking away from the Los Angeles County Health Department...

Screengrab from public video.

Ontario Explosion Leaves Two Dead

Cesar Gonzalez, Joshua Sanchez, and Abraham Navarro March 18, 2021

On Monday at approximately noon, a large explosion shook a quiet Ontario suburb. Several Ontario residents witnessed a series of explosions followed by a huge fireball and plume of smoke cascading into...

Los Angeles County Health Officer Muntu Davis fields community questions on March 11 at a digital town hall meeting for West Covina residents.

Questions Still Unanswered as County Vows to Uphold Services

Joshua Sanchez, Community Reporter March 15, 2021

After a controversial vote to pursue the creation of a local health department in the city of West Covina, Supervisor Hilda Solis provided residents with a town hall meeting on March 11 to explain the...

Graphic by Abraham Navarro/SAC.Media.

Things to Remember this Semester

Jaylen Minnich Hall, News Editor February 22, 2021

Today,  is the first day of spring semester 2021. Regular class registration has been closed. Adding additional classes will be permitted only by request to professors. Late start classes are still available...

California Ramps Up Vaccinations

California Ramps Up Vaccinations

Jaylen Minnich-Hall, News Editor February 17, 2021

Yesterday, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced the openings of two mass vaccination sites in Los Angeles and Oakland. With the help from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) the state intends for these...

By Gage Skidmore, CC BY-SA 2.0,

Senate Votes Impeachment Constitutional, Trial Underway

Monica Inouye, Managing Editor February 10, 2021

The House impeachment managers opened the trial floor with anecdotes of the fear from the Jan. 6 insurrection on Tuesday in a case against former President Donald Trump. The lawmakers shared footage of...

Photo from Cal Poly Pomona's public twitter account @calpolypomona.

Mass Vaccination Site Open at Cal Poly Pomona

Abraham Navarro, Editor-in-Chief February 5, 2021

A Mass COVID-19 vaccination site opened up today in a Cal Poly Pomona parking area in an attempt to make the vaccine more accessible, it's first patient, a 74-year-old woman, was vaccinated this morning....

Photo of Chancellor Eloy Ortiz Oakley with Bernie Sanders from his viral photo in the background from public teleconference on Jan 26.

Chancellor Urges Students to Fill Out FAFSA and CADAA

Monica Inouye, Politics Editor January 28, 2021

California Community Colleges Chancellor Eloy Ortiz-Oakley held a teleconference on Tuesday to discuss financial assistance available for students impacted by the coronavirus. The latest stimulus package...

Photo from the CDC Public Health Image Library.

Mt. SAC May Become Vaccination Distribution Center, Plans for Return to Campus

Abraham Navarro, Editor-in-Chief January 25, 2021

Mt. SAC is working with public health officials to consider the possibility of becoming a vaccine distribution center, according to a Jan. 21 Newsroom report. According to the report, the first batch...

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