May 7, 2019
OC Register: 2 new measles cases reported in Orange and Los Angeles counties involve infant and UCI grad student
Orange County’s health care agency confirmed two new measles cases on Saturday – one involving a 7-month-old infant, too young to be vaccinated, and the other a vaccinated UCI graduate student who lives in Long Beach.
On a unanimous vote Monday night, the City Council directed the city manager to send a letter notifying Republic of the city’s intent to leave its “evergreen” contract with the company, which includes automatic annual extensions.
Not only did CoreLogic stats show the lowest countywide sales count for any first three months of a year since the Great Recession, it was the third-slowest-selling first quarter in the real estate tracker’s database that dates to 1988.
The group was there to cheer the official launch of Asian Americans Rising, a new political action committee designed to recruit and support Asian American candidates as well as non-Asians who support the community.
Washington Post: Strike by Uber and Lyft drivers Wednesday has potential to disrupt travel for thousands
Getting an Uber or a Lyft may be impossible — or take longer and cost more — Wednesday when drivers for both companies plan to strike in major U.S. cities to protest what they say are unfair wages and poor working conditions.
You’re a working mom. You get up early to help get the kids ready. And then you get in your car (and, possibly, fill it up with $4-a-gallon gas) and head out to do battle in the business world. You have a frontline view of what it’s like to be a working mom in California.
Publication Date: May 7, 2019