An off-duty LAPD officer used excessive and unreasonable force in the 2019 fatal shooting of Kenneth French at a Costco in Corona, a judge finds.
The alleged violations affected 240 workers at 38 locations, including 21 in Los Angeles County and one in Anaheim.
Los Angeles County health officials again urged eligible residents to get COVID-19 vaccine booster shots, while they also prepared for anticipated federal approval of vaccinations for children aged 5 to 11. A U.S. Food and Drug Administration advisory panel on Tuesday recommended approval of an emergency use authorization for Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine for children as
State officials are preparing to offer COVID vaccine doses to California’s 3.5 million children ages 5 to 11 as soon as the end of next week.
The overall risk for kids is small, but COVID has become a leading cause of death for children, making vaccination as important as ever, experts say.
By Genoa Barrow | OBSERVER Senior Staff Writer Today, in Sacramento, the Black Child Legacy Campaign (BCLC) is practically a household name, but sadly there was a time when the deaths of local Black children didn’t get all that much attention. The Sacramento OBSERVER recently spoke to Chet P. Hewitt, President and CEO of the
In-N-Out contends that government is overstepping its bounds. The company’s resistance may further be tested in Los Angeles.
Federal officials said Americans can get a COVID-19 booster and may choose a different company’s vaccine for that next shot. Which one should you get?
An In-N-Out Burger in Pleasant Hill was ordered to close Tuesday by Contra Costa County public health officials after refusing to comply with rules requiring restaurants to check indoor dining patrons for proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a negative test.
Aldon Thomas Stiles | California Black Media African american family mother and cute daughter making vaccination at clinic, wearing protective face masks. Doctor putting band on kid shoulder after injection against coronavirus, closeup (CBM) – Black Californians have joined Black Americans around the country in closing the COVID-19 vaccine equity gap. As of Oct. 11,