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5/11/2022 7:39:06 PM

CARSON—C.W. Driver Companies, a leading builder serving California since 1919, today announced the completion of the $66.5 million Innovation and Instruction Building at California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH). The new four-story structure features a 250-seat auditorium for teaching and symposia, one 120-seat active learning class-room, two 60-seat case study-rooms, meeting rooms, computer labs, event spaces, faculty and administration offices, a commercial kitchen, and a café. The new home of the College of Business Administration and Public Policy, the building...

Barger increases reward in homicide investigation of murdered preschooler to $50K
5/5/2022 11:25:03 AM

LOS ANGELES—Today, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approved a motion by Supervisor Kathryn Barger to extend and increase the reward amount offered for information leading to the identi-fication and arrest of the person involved in the murder of four-year-old Salvador Esparza III. The young boy was shot while standing on the porch of a home in unincorporated Altadena on July 5, 2016. Emergency responders found him lying on the porch with a single gunshot wound to his head. “My heart aches for Salvador’s family, their loss is unimaginable,” said...

CSU Dominguez Hills Names First Vice President and Chief Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Of-ficer
5/5/2022 11:22:11 AM

(May 2, 2022) Bobbie Porter, a career diversity and inclusion practitioner with over a decade of experience, has been named California State University, Dominguez Hills’ (CSUDH) first vice president and chief diversity, equity, and inclusion officer. She will begin her new role on July 1. “CSUDH has an unwavering commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion. Our engagement with this critical work demands an additional leader with the intellect, passion, and vision for diversity growth. As such, I am delighted to welcome Dr. Bobbie Porter to our senior executive administration...

LACo Extends, Doubles Reward Offer in Fatal Shooting of 4-Year-old Boy
5/5/2022 11:20:58 AM

Eds: UPDATES with reward approved. LOS ANGELES (CNS)—The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors Tuesday extended and dou-bled a reward for information leading to the person who fatally shot a 4-year-old boy in Altadena nearly six years ago. Salvador Esparza III, who lived in Monrovia but was visiting family friends when the gunfire erupted, was shot about 10:40 p.m. July 5, 2016, in the 300 block of West Figueroa Drive. The county Board of Supervisors originally offered a $20,000 reward for information in the case. That reward was increased to $25,000 last year. With the...

Judge tosses part of Blac Chyna case against Kim Kardashian
5/5/2022 11:11:34 AM

LOS ANGELES (AP)—A judge on Friday threw out part of the case against Kim Kardashian in former reality TV star Blac Chyna's lawsuit while the jury deliberates on the elements that remain. Judge Gregory Alarcon ruled that Chyna's attorney Lynne Ciani did not provide any statement during the trial from Kardashian that was defamatory toward Chyna. The case against Kardashian for interference with a contract remains alive. The jury is deciding on that and both defamation and contract-interference cases against Kris Jenner, Khloe Kardashian and Kylie Jenner. Jurors went home...

Biden roasts Trump, GOP, himself at correspondents' dinner
5/5/2022 11:02:43 AM

WASHINGTON—The White House press corps' annual gala returned Saturday night along with the roasting of Washington, the journalists who cover it and the man at the helm: President Joe Biden. The White House Correspondents' Association dinner, sidelined by the pandemic in 2020 and 2021, featured Biden as the first president in six years to accept an invitation. Donald Trump shunned the event while in office. “Just imagine if my predecessor came to this dinner this year,” Biden told an audience of 2,600, among them journalists, government officials and...

Pediatricians’ group moves to abandon race-based guidance
5/5/2022 11:00:55 AM

CHICAGO—For years, pediatricians have followed flawed guidelines linking race to risks for urinary infections and newborn jaundice. In a new policy announced Monday, the American Academy of Pediatrics said it is putting all its guidance under the microscope to eliminate “race-based” medicine and resulting health disparities. A re-examination of AAP treatment recommendations that began before George Floyd’s 2020 death and intensified after it has doctors concerned that Black youngsters have been undertreated and overlooked, said Dr. Joseph Wright, lead author of the...

Fauci: U.S. in 'a different moment' but pandemic not over
5/5/2022 10:59:21 AM

WASHINGTON—Dr. Anthony Fauci said last week the coronavirus is under better control in the United States. but the pandemic isn't over—and the challenge is how to keep improving the situation. “We are in a different moment of the pandemic,” said Fauci, the nation's top infectious disease expert, in an interview with The Associated Press. After a brutal winter surge, “we've now decelerated and transitioned into more of a controlled phase,” he said. “By no means does that mean the pandemic is over.” His comments came a day...

FDA sets June meetings on COVID vaccines for youngest kids
5/5/2022 10:58:43 AM

WASHINGTON (AP)—The Food and Drug Administration on Friday set tentative dates in June to publicly review COVID-19 vaccines for the youngest American children, typically the final step before authorizing the shots. The meeting announcement follows months of frustration from families impatient for a chance to vaccinate their little children, along with complaints from politicians bemoaning the slow pace of the process. The FDA said it plans to convene its outside panel of vaccine experts on June 8, 21 and 22 to review applications from Moderna and Pfizer for child vaccines. The...

Officials talk about the trauma of violence in Compton
4/28/2022 6:10:31 PM

By Dennis J. Freeman   COMPTON—In early April, Los Angeles County participated in National Public Safety Health Week, with local elected officials engaging in a slew of activities. On April 6, some of those officials made their way to Mona Park in Compton to take part in the Trauma Prevention Initiative: LA County Invests in Community Driven Public Safety event. “I want to highlight a few things that we’ve been working on,” said Reginald Johnson, executive director of the Willowbrook Inclusion Network. “One is building community leadership through...