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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...

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Editor’s Favorite Hispanic Restaurants

Vanessa Feliciano, Campus Features Editor March 11, 2021

  From morning tamales to late night tacos, food has always been a big part of Hispanic culture. Since the pandemic started in March, small businesses have been struggling to keep afloat, including...

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LA County Begins Distributing Vaccinations

Christie Yeung, Gaming & Tech Editor January 18, 2021

Los Angeles County is the first county in the United States to reach more than 1 million COVID-19 cases. As of Jan. 17, there have been 1,014,662 cases and 13,848 recorded deaths. On Jan. 16, the Los...

Shelves can be seen out of stock at a Food 4 Less in West Covina, California amid COVID-19 panic buying on March 15, 2020. Photo credit: Abraham Navarro/SAC.Media.

People are Panic Buying Again

Jaylen Minnich Hall, News Editor November 23, 2020

Toilet paper, cleaning products and certain food items are being wiped clean in certain areas of the country. The recent coronavirus shutdowns have once again caused wide-spread panic from the public. Washington,...

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Newsom Plans to Cut Emissions by 2035

Cesar Gonzalez, News Editor September 25, 2020

California Gov. Gavin Newsom made a public announcement Wednesday afternoon declaring that California will be moving forward to phase out all gasoline-powered vehicles. According to Newsom 50 percent of...

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Freelancers Freed, Ride Share Drivers Still Left High and Dry

Monica Inouye, Politics Editor September 7, 2020

If you’re a driver for Uber or Lyft, chances are you’ve heard of a bill called AB 5, and you might be concerned about whether you’ll remain employed given the implementation of this bill. Lyft almost...

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Gov. Newsom Announces Four-tier Plan for Re-Opening

Kristen Sanchez, Community News Editor August 28, 2020

In order to help California citizens better understand activity restrictions between counties, Governor Newsom has implemented a new four-tier system of re-opening that will take effect Aug. 31. This...

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Asymptomatic Persons No Longer Recommended for COVID Testing

Cesar Gonzalez, Opinion Editor August 25, 2020

On Jan. 26, the very first case of COVID-19 in California was reported in Santa Clara County. Gov. Gavin Newsom has since given strict orders to close or “lockdown” many publicly open establishments...

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