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Day 2 of LAUSD strike dawns amid more protests, more rancor, more rain

SEIU workers and teachers picket outside of Polytechnic High School in Sun Valley Wednesday, March 21, 2023. The workers, which include bus drivers, food workers, and janitors, are on day 2 of a three-day strike for higher wages. The teachers union is also backing the strike. (Photo by David Crane, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG) SEIU…
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OC transportation projects on schedule despite rain, officials say

Despite recent rainstorms, Orange County transportation officials said major delays are being avoided with some of their biggest projects, such the widening of the 405 Freeway and the construction of the OC Streetcar. With most of the Orange County Transportation Authority’s projects, potential delays caused by weather are built into the schedule and the current…
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How to survive a shark attack — or better yet, avoid one entirely

By Nick Thompson and Forrest Brown | CNN First things first: Despite some truly terrifying tales of survival, you are incredibly unlikely to be duking it out with a shark any time soon. But sharks do occasionally attack humans. Florida teen Addison Bethea was severely injured in the summer of 2022 when a shark attacked…
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20 years later, Iraq war was clearly wrong

During his infamous “mission accomplished” speech in May 2003 from the USS Abraham Lincoln off the coast of San Diego, President George W. Bush announced victory in the American war in Iraq. “The transition from dictatorship to democracy will take time, but it is worth every effort,” said. “Our coalition will stay until our work…
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Irvine may get Southern California’s first cricket stadium as interest in sport grows

From April to October, Pulkit Khare will spend about four and a half hours in traffic on the weekends driving to Van Nuys and back to his home in Rancho Santa Margarita. The ardent cricket fan, who plays in the Southern California Cricket Association league, has to do the drive on the 405 Freeway to…
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Muslims’ month of worship and contemplation

More than 1 billion Muslims around the world are about to begin the observance of Ramadan, the month of fasting. It is believed that during Ramadan, the ninth month of the Muslim calendar, the Angel Gabriel began delivering the Quran, which was later transcribed into writing, to the Prophet Muhammad. During Ramadan observant Muslims refrain…
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TikTok CEO to tell Congress app is safe, urge against ban

By KELVIN CHAN TikTok’s CEO plans to tell Congress that the video-sharing app is committed to user safety, data protection and security, and keeping the platform free from Chinese government influence. Shou Zi Chew is due to answer questions Thursday from U.S. lawmakers concerned about the social media platform’s effects on its young user base…
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Moe Golshani won’t return as Mission Viejo boys basketball coach

Moe Golshani said the timing was fortuitous. Golshani said he was told by Mission Viejo administration Monday that he was not going to be retained as the school’s boys basketball coach, and almost simultaneously Golshani landed the coaching job at Hug High School in Sparks, Nevada. He previously coached at Bishop Mangoue in Nevada. “They…
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School Shutdowns 2.0: LAUSD school strike harms children (again)

Three years after the nationwide school shutdowns that locked millions of American children out of school, it turns out the Coronavirus was not nearly as destructive as the teachers unions. Starting today and through Friday, 30,000 members of the LA Teachers Union and SEIU Local 99, which serve 422,000 children, have walked out of school…
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Wide receiver Dorian Singer ready to step in at USC

LOS ANGELES — Dorian Singer doesn’t need to look far to remember his roots. A quick glance down at his thigh pad and he can see the outline of his home state of Minnesota. Growing up there, he received 14 offers from FCS-level programs. But he thought he deserved a shot at Division-I college football.…
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