Date: May 19th, 2020

Arcadia Unified Students Attend USC Annenberg Youth Academy: Learning the Future of Journalism
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Arcadia Unified Students Attend USC Annenberg Youth Academy: Learning the Future of Journalism

By Arcadia Unified Digital Communication Intern Bethany Chow “I knew I wanted to pursue something I was already interested in: journalism and communications. I thought the University of Southern California Annenberg Youth Academy was an incredible opportunity that I had to take advantage of,” said Sandi Khine, Arcadia High School (AHS) senior and student manager…

L.A. County to Launch App for Reporting Price Gouging, Scams
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L.A. County to Launch App for Reporting Price Gouging, Scams

During the COVID-19 emergency, consumer fear and anxiety have led certain individuals to try and profiteer at the expense of those in need. Reports of price gouging of essential goods have been widespread during the pandemic. In response, the L.A. County Department of Consumer and Business Affairs (DCBA), which is charged with enforcing L.A. County’s…

California Task Force Calls on Congress for $1T in Aid for Local Governments
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California Task Force Calls on Congress for $1T in Aid for Local Governments

Members of Governor Gavin Newsom’s Task Force on Business and Jobs Recovery sent a letter to congressional leaders asking them to pass $1 trillion in direct relief for state and local governments. “State, local and tribal governments are critical to our recovery. In the short-term, they must be able to scale-up necessary programs, like contact tracing and testing,”…

California Public Health Announces New Regional Variance Opportunity
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California Public Health Announces New Regional Variance Opportunity

Given statewide and local capacity to respond to COVID-19, including stability in the number of COVID-19 hospitalizations and the ability to provide personal protective equipment to workers in essential sectors, the California Department of Public Health announced Tuesday an opportunity for counties to move through Stage 2, opening additional sectors of their economy at their own pace. To qualify,…

Santa Anita Returned to Action With No Public
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Santa Anita Returned to Action With No Public

Idled since March 27 due to concerns relating to the COVID-19 virus, Santa Anita Park returned to action on Friday, and the lone filly in the race, She’s So Special, marched to a 1 ½ length victory in the day’s first race, a 5 ½ furlong turf allowance. Ridden by Flavien Prat and trained by Peter…

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