• Orange County Register

    Westminster appeared poised this week to offer the job of city manager to applicant Chu Thai. But at the start of the council meeting Wednesday night, July 8, City Attorney Dick Jones recommended putting on the brakes.

  • The Chronicle of Higher Education

    The justices found that the Trump administration’s move to end the program for undocumented students had been “arbitrary and capricious.” The decision is likely to fuel colleges’ efforts to support those students.

  • The Press-Enterprise

    Then we come to Riverside, which has a big “C” on Box Springs Mountain above the campus of UC Riverside. Why a “C?” The large concrete letter “C” pays homage to (or copies) the large “C” that adorns the hills overlooking UC Berkeley,

  • San Gabriel Valley Tribune

    LAHSA’s homeless count, which was conducted across three days in January, showed 5,082 homeless individuals in the San Gabriel Valley, up 1% from 5,031 counted in 2019. That’s a sharp contrast with the bump experienced last year,

  • Daily Breeze

    Holding signs bearing slogans such as  “Say Her Name,” and “Black Lives Matter,” a gradually growing crowd of about 150 demonstrators marched from Tony Cerda Park to the

  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

    Pettis Memorial Veterans’ Hospital in Loma Linda; so there are problems with adequately trained care givers at this time, and we must not forget the California state budget shortfalls ... when opportunities for him to speak up are all around. The city of Pomona has a $6.6 million budget deficit it’s trying to close. Police spending makes ...

  • Center for Public Integrity

    The surge in incidents “does lead to increased psychological distress,” said Sharon Goto, who teaches psychology and Asian American studies at Pomona College in California. “I see that in the classroom when I talk to my students. They’re feeling more depression and anxiety.” On March 23, a civil rights group named OCA – Asian ...

  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

    Matt Lyons will leave the Bonita Unified School District board on April 16. His term was set to expire in December.

  • Orange County Register

    Norma Torres of Pomona. “It was vital to me that this package help every single American ... The bill also includes more than $100 billion in additional emergency appropriations. Of that, California is set to get $3.75 billion for transit agencies that have lost riders, $237 million to help the homeless, $348 million for child care ...

  • Orange County Register

    Renaissance Scholars program member Danielle Morris slaps her forehead as she laughs at a White Elephant gift exchange during an end of term holiday party at The Den for former and present foster youth in Cal Poly’s Renaissance Scholars program Wednesday in Pomona, CA. December 13, 2017.(TERRY PIERSON,THE PRESS-ENTERPRISE/SCNG) On Thursday ...

  • Los Angeles Times

    California’s voter registration is at an all-time high ... While he’s at it, Logan should explain how his office messed up the mail-in ballots sent out to voters in Pomona and Hawthorne. Those ballots did not include an option to vote for Measure FD, the parcel tax to raise money for emergency services. As a consequence, supplemental ...

  • Champion Newspapers

    It is recommended that individuals complete the conditional registration process prior to Election Day. United States Congressional District 35 (Chino, Fontana, Montclair, Ontario and Pomona), incumbent Norma J. Torres of Pomona, a Democrat; and independent filmmaker Mike Cargile of Pomona, a Republican. United States Congressional District ...

  • KTLA

    The registrar’s office was still determining how many locations were affected by the problems but confirmed that at least 10 voting centers in Hollywood, West Hollywood, Silver Lake, Eagle Rock, Montecito Heights, Lincoln Heights, downtown L.A. and Pomona either opened late or not at all. The office was “working around the clock” to send ...

  • MSN

    Starting today, and for the next 11 days, voters can cast their ballot at the new centers throughout Los Angeles County.

  • Los Angeles Times

    The registrar’s office was still determining how many locations were affected by the problems but confirmed that at least 10 voting centers in Hollywood, West Hollywood, Silver Lake, Eagle Rock, Montecito Heights, Lincoln Heights, downtown L.A. and Pomona either opened late or not at all. The office was “working around the clock” to send ...

  • MyNewsLA

    with professors from Pomona College and USC among the 13 members. The council will advise the governor and state Department of Finance Director Keely Martin Bosler on wide-ranging economic issues and “deepen relationships between the (Newsom) administration and academic researchers to keep California moving toward an economy that is inclusive ...

  • The College Fix

    The two colleges targeted by Horowitz are part of the Claremont consortium, a cluster of five private colleges in Southern California consisting of Pomona, Scripps, Claremont McKenna, Harvey Mudd and Pitzer colleges.

  • Fox News

    Speaking Saturday at Pomona College’s Bridges Auditorium, in Claremont, Calif., Holder said: "I don’t think someone should have that much power in an unelected position for that long. ... I think that three senatorial terms, 18 years, would be enough for a justice.” Currently, a Supreme Court justice is appointed for life. After those ...

  • Los Angeles Times

    The firefighters from other parts of the state who were supposed to be sent in to help under mutual aid agreements were simply unavailable because of the concurrent Camp fire in Northern California that destroyed the town ... ballots that failed to include Measure FD to two cities (Pomona and Hawthorne) that are served by the L.A. County ...

  • Law360

    The city of Pomona, California, said in a complaint Wednesday in California Superior Court that the building owners were allowing an unlicensed dispensary to operate in the building, flouting a cease-and-desist letter from city prosecutors and posing a danger to public safety by allowing customers to consume cannabis there. "Since at least ...