Experts Say: The most obese state in America is also the most religious
Many individuals around the world, including those in the United States, identify as religious. Although there are many different religions, the majority of them are based on the belief in a higher power. Some parts of the world are extremely religious, while others are not. Some states in the United States are more religious than others.Read full story
LA’s “#1 Most Dangerous Park” finally acts to get rid of its “homeless residents”
Described as a crime hub you never want your children to visit, this park has been on the city council’s radar for at least a few decades. It’s dangerous. It stinks. It’s the place where moms warn their kids to stay away from. It’s the one and only, MacArthur Park.Read full story
Experts Warn: Catastrophic Texas food shortage crisis is on its way
Have you noticed how bare your grocery store shelves have been recently? You’re not the only one who feels this way. There are shortages of highly precise substances due to supply chain difficulties.Read full story
New California Law: Say bye to your gas lawnmower, leaf blower, and chainsaw
A new law signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom on Saturday will ban the sale of new gas-powered lawnmowers, leaf blowers, and chainsaws as early as 2024. By that deadline, or as soon as the California Air Resources Board determines it is possible, all newly sold small-motor equipment principally used for landscaping must be zero-emissions — essentially, battery-operated or plug-in. New portable gas-powered generators must also be zero-emissions by 2028, a deadline that could be pushed back at the state agency’s discretion.Read full story
New California Law: Retailers must now have a "special gender-neutral toys section"
Transgender, nonbinary, and gender-fluid kids will now have a special section in large retailers featuring only gender-neutral toys, and it’s required by law. Under a measure signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom on Saturday, California became the first state in the US to pass legislation requiring large retailers to have gender-neutral toy departments.Read full story
Should California schools be forced to teach “Ethnic Studies”? Newsom says yes.
California schools will now be forced to teach your child about America’s “racist past.” California became the first state to make ethnic studies a required class for high school graduation on Friday, after more than five years of intense scrutiny and effort to help learners realize the past and present hardships and contributions of Black, Asian, Latino, Indigenous Americans, and other groups who have experienced racism and marginalization in America.Read full story
Experts Warn: California has yet another ‘invisible’ crisis
For a state that is tired of fight invisible enemies, times have been tough lately, but experts warn of yet another crisis that can turn into a catastrophe soon if people are not educated. It is once again up to officials to guide citizens to make wise decisions in their day-to-day lives.Read full story
#1 most dangerous intersection in L.A. to avoid like the plague
A "dirty" neglected intersection that's costing lives. For vehicles, pedestrians, and bikes, Los Angeles features some of the most dangerous intersections in California. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Los Angeles is one of four counties in the country that accounts for 10% of all pedestrian deaths. Over the last five years, the number of fatal crashes in Los Angeles has climbed by 32%.Read full story
Where in Los Angeles was this picture taken?
Have you ever wondered how well you know Los Angeles? Can you pinpoint where the photo was taken? Is it in Hollywood or Beverly Hills? Is it 5 miles or 15 miles from your house? Test your knowledge and see if you can learn your way to know L.A. better.Read full story
Emergency Evacuation: Catastrophic fires leave California parks in ashes
Wildfires ripping through California have prompted new emergency evacuations to be ordered Monday as the KNP Complex fire, which is burning in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, produced a giant pyrocumulus cloud and advanced toward hundreds of historic cabins near the park’s southern perimeter.Read full story
Is a socialist people-owned bank in Los Angeles a good idea? Many people say yes.
The effort to establish a public bank in Los Angeles is picking up steam again after a long break. The City Council approved Tuesday to start the process of researching the feasibility of founding a city-owned bank and developing a business plan to do so.Read full story
Experts Say: America's shortage crisis is knocking on door
It isn’t just toilet paper. Experts warn many products will be hard to find, especially the staples of family life. It is a problem in a reality where America is depending on other countries. Fear is fear, and these empty shelves are feeding that panic. Christmas is approaching, but will America be able to get gifts, turkeys, and Christmas trees in time?Read full story
Skid Row rat fleas test positive for dangerous disease in Los Angeles
Skid Row is fueling the spread of a terrible disease called MurineTyphus. The CDC reported typical symptoms that include loss of appetite accompanied by fever and chills, muscle pain, and vomiting.Read full story
Bill Gates discloses that a new pandemic diagnostic micro-computer is being used in Africa
Bill Gates discloses a new diagnostic machine that has for a fact been used in Africa. According to a new statement, billionaire Bill Gates is also part of a consortium poised to acquire Mologic, a U.K.-based manufacturer of Covid tests, in an attempt to expand access to “affordable state-of-the-art medical technology” including micro-computers across the globe.Read full story
Should America eat meat? Bill Gates says no.
Synthetic beef investor, Bill Gates says that there is currently no excuse for developed countries to be eating real meat and that people “can get used to the taste difference.”Read full story
Los Angeles vaccine mandates backfired, now officials consider taking shutting them down
Mandates seemed to cause more anger than anything else. Adult customers entering indoor restaurants, coffee shops, gyms, shopping malls, museums, movie theaters, and hair and nail salons would be required to provide evidence of complete COVID-19 immunization.Read full story
Zuckerberg’s $7,000,000,000 Catastrophe
Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg is silent as the world panics. $160 million in global damages is being lost every hour Facebook is down. But how did this catastrophe happen?. Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp have been offline for 5 hours and are ongoing.Read full story
Mayor Warns: Beaches may have to close for “a few months” after catastrophic oil spill
No more beach days. No more fun in the sun. Just oil. Officials blocked the area to beachgoers and canceled the Pacific Airshow’s last day after a 126,000-gallon oil spill from an offshore rig caused serious ecological damage in the waters near Huntington Beach.Read full story
CDC rates Pfizer vaccine 66% on efficacy scale against Delta variant
The CDC says the Pfizer vaccine’s efficacy reduced from 91% to only 66% effective against the Delta variant. While the delta variant continues to account for the vast majority of cases in the United States, some researchers believe that the lambda and mu variants may weaken vaccine protection against both symptomatic and asymptomatic infection.Read full story