Assemblymember Mike Gipson Takes on California’s Literacy Crisis with AB 2683

AB 2683, as introduced, Gipson. Arts education: pupils from extremely low income communities: grant program. Existing law establishes a system of public elementary and secondary schools in this state and authorizes local educational agencies throughout the state to operate schools and provide instruction to pupils in kindergarten and grades 1 to 12, inclusive. Existing law… Read More Assemblymember Mike Gipson Takes on California’s Literacy Crisis with AB 2683

McDonald’s plans to make Happy Meals healthier worldwide by 2022

McDonald’s has pledged to make its Happy Meals more nutritious. The fast food giant announced Thursday that by the end of 2022, at least 50% of Happy Meals listed on menus worldwide will have caps of 600 calories, 10% of calories coming from saturated fat, 650 mg sodium and 10% of calories coming from added sugar. Among the changes… Read More McDonald’s plans to make Happy Meals healthier worldwide by 2022

City of Carson and CSU Dominguez Hills to Host ‘Organizing Disadvantaged Communities for Success’ Conference

Conference provides venue for state officials and disadvantaged communities to interact and discuss programs that improve local air and water quality  (Carson, CA) Leaders from the City of Carson, Los Angeles County, higher education and local communities will come together Jan. 12 at California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH) for a first of its kind energy, water, and… Read More City of Carson and CSU Dominguez Hills to Host ‘Organizing Disadvantaged Communities for Success’ Conference

LAUSD to begin search for leader ASAP, as King retires

LA Unified’s school board can begin the search for a new superintendent immediately, the district’s lead attorney said this week, and the board president said members will hold weekly discussions as they move to bring stability to a district that has had nine superintendents in 20 years. The school board held its first meeting of the… Read More LAUSD to begin search for leader ASAP, as King retires

The H3N2 flu virus is known as the hospitalizer. Here’s why

Stay home. Don’t go to work. Keep sick children out of school. That’s some of the stern advice Los Angeles County health officials offered on Wednesday to people and their loved ones suffering from coughs, sneezes, aches and fevers as a result of the flu circulating at elevated levels throughout the region. Health officials also… Read More The H3N2 flu virus is known as the hospitalizer. Here’s why

City of Carson is ‘In the house’ for the Tournament of Roses Parade

HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!   Tune in today at 8 a.m. and see Carson shine in the Tournament of Roses Parade! If you will be attending, let the world know “Carson’s in the house” when you see our float ride by! #SPMGMedia “Carson used to participate quite regularly, but it’s been 25 years since we last… Read More City of Carson is ‘In the house’ for the Tournament of Roses Parade