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California steps up effort to crush flow of puppy mill dogs, disguised as rescues, into local pet stores

As California works to tighten the loopholes in its puppy mills ban, the state of Iowa has lent a helping hand — shutting down an alleged puppy-laundering ring that supplied sick animals to Golden State pet stores. Despite vet care exceeding $14,000, Churro died about a month after coming home. (Courtesy Kevyn Camacho and Robyn Whitman) Californians were duped into believing that the young, designer-breed dogs they fell in love with in pet stores were legitimate rescues. California’s new law...
Tags: California, Sacramento, Sport, Soccer, Missouri, Iowa, New Jersey, San Diego, Lola, Miller, Midwest, Huntington Beach, Gloria, Golden State, Internal Revenue Service, Simmons


USNS Mercy continues with mandate to treat non-coronavirus patients

While the Navy’s USNS Comfort, docked in New York City, has started taking COVID-19 patients, its sister ship, the USNS Mercy in the Port of Los Angeles, is sticking to its mission of taking non-coronavirus medical cases to ease the burden for Los Angeles-area civilian hospitals. “We’re still following the original agreement to be a pressure release and take non-COVID patients,” said Lt. Joe Pfaff, a Navy spokesman for the Mercy. “If we were going to change our mission, that decision is worked t...
Tags: News, Navy, New York City, US, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Military, Fema, Port Of Los Angeles, San Diego, Donald Trump, San Pedro, Los Angeles County, U S Navy, Los Angeles California


Woman gives birth standing with trousers on while detained at US-Mexico border

A woman suffering flu-like symptoms gave birth standing and fully clothed while detained near the Mexican-US border, according to the American Civil Liberties Union.The Guatemalan woman, 27, was being processed at the Chula Vista Border Patrol Station near San Diego when her complaints of pain and pleas for help were allegedly ignored by agents, according to a complaint filed on Wednesday by the ACLU and Jewish Family Service of San Diego with the US Department of Homeland Security's Office ...
Tags: News, US, Aclu, San Diego, American Civil Liberties Union, Chula Vista Border Patrol Station, US Department of Homeland Security s Office


No one really knows when casinos will reopen, but here are their best bets

Editor’s note: This story has been evolving and we will update as the situation changes and casinos extend closures or announce reopening dates. For the latest news, visit our casinos section.  As the novel coronavirus pandemic continues, tribal-owned casinos across Southern California remain closed and the target for reopening continues to shift. Most of the casinos had hoped to reopen by early April, but with a statewide stay-at-home order in place, many have since pushed back their reopening ...
Tags: California, Casinos, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, San Diego, Coachella, San Diego County, Palm Springs, Alpine, Highland, Southern California, Lakeside, El Cajon, Campo, Temecula


Bill Walton and Friends Inter-Galactic Bike for Humanity Event

Bill Walton and Friends Inter-Galactic Bike for Humanity Event to Benefit Victims of Coronavirus and Healthcare Workers Set for Saturday, April 25 Basketball Hall of Famer and San Diego native Bill Walton is teaming up with community leaders and Events.com to host an inter-galactic initiative, Bike for Humanity, on from 9-11 a.m. PT on Saturday, April 25. One 100 percent of all net proceeds from the event will benefit victims of the Coronavirus pandemic, along with health...
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Coronavirus biz news: TJ Maxx furloughing 286,000; security firm hiring 1,000

The battle to thwart the spread of coronavirus has throttled many businesses and changed operations in many industries. Here’s a summary of the latest news around Southern California… Employee furloughs in the retail industry are now well over 1 million after the owner of T.J. Maxx and Marshalls, one of America’s biggest clothing store chains, suspended its store workers. TJX Companies said Tuesday it would furlough the majority of its U.S. workforce at stores and distribution centers. It employ...
Tags: Google, Business, Jobs, Minneapolis, California, Housing, Washington, Sacramento, America, San Francisco, Sport, Soccer, San Diego, Victoria, Pacific, Target


instant pot for proofing?

instant pot for proofing? Submitted by krause on April 7, 2020 - 1:53pm. Hi all I recently saw the Brod and Taylor bread proofer (https://brodandtaylor.com/folding-proofer-and-slow-cooker/)  and that it is also advertised as a yogurt maker. My instant pot also doubles as a yogurt maker. Could any i use the yogurt function in the instant pot to proof my bread? Any negative's to this? I am currently in San Diego and my kitchen is in the shade, with normal temp around 66F year around.
Tags: San Diego, Baking, Taylor, Brod


Courtroom access: Despite hit-and-run injury, San Diego resident maintains streak of attending LGBTQ arguments

Eddie Reynoso from San Diego, California, has been traveling across the country to witness the justices argue cases concerning the LGBTQ community for years.  Beginning with Hollingsworth v. Perry , a challenge to California’s Proposition 8 defining marriage as between one man and one woman, Eddie and a small group from around the country have made an effort to be present for every major case in the LGBTQ rights space at the court – from Obergefell v. Hodges , in which the justi...
Tags: Featured, Supreme Court, Law, California, Washington, San Diego, Eddie, Perry, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, San Diego California, ADF, Alliance Defending Freedom, Hodges, Obergefell, Hollingsworth, Clayton County Georgia


An Insider’s Guide to Grants and Fundraising: Interview With Entrepreneur Valerie Grant

By Felena Hanson Valerie Grant has worked with nonprofit organizations and for-profit organizations to help obtain grant funding since 1998. Her company, Grant Consulting Services, assists organizations through project development, comprehensive funding searches, expert grant management, and professional grant proposal writing services. Valerie is also a published author and an accomplished freelance writer. Read on to learn more about her career path and how the grants process works. What led ...
Tags: Sweden, Virginia, Africa, Sales, San Diego, Women In Business, Grant, TOMS Shoes, Facebook Twitter, Hera, Valerie, Financing & Credit, Nonprofits & NGOs, Hera Hub, Valerie Grant, Felena Hanson Felena Hanson


SLAPP Suit Filed Against Fox News Over Awful & Dangerous COVID-19 Coverage (techdirt)

Pretty much everyone knew this was coming. Fox News' coverage of the COVID-19 pandemic has been absolutely despicable -- insisting that it was little more than the flu, was overhyped by Trump's political enemies, and nothing anyone should be worried about, before turning on a dime to suddenly pretend they never said any of that earlier, and that suddenly it was always obvious it was serious: Of course, a ton of people not only still remember the earlier messaging, but continue to insist i...
Tags: News, Washington, Fox, West, Comcast, San Diego, Jaguar, Fox News, Green Party, Washington State, Trump, Mike Masnick, Yakima, Times of San Diego, Ken White, AT T TV


Police in California have started ticketing people having picnics and congregating in beach areas as law enforcement cracks down on violators of the statewide stay-at-home order

California authorities are beginning to issue tickets to people violating the statewide stay-at-home order designed to stunt the spread of the coronavirus disease. Citations have been given in San Francisco, Santa Cruz, and San Diego County, some to people failing to social distance in beach areas. Officials have largely relied on residents voluntarily adhering to the orders, but as the state reaches the third week of the order, law enforcement is cracking down. Visit Business Insider's homepa...
Tags: California, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Trends, San Diego, Cbs, San Diego County, Los Angeles Times, Malibu, Santa Cruz, San Francisco Bay Area, Los Angeles County, Manhattan Beach, NBC Bay Area, Encinitas, San Francisco Santa Cruz


The Station: Via hits $2.25B valuation, letters from readers, layoffs in a time of COVID-19

Hi, and welcome back to The Station, a weekly newsletter dedicated to all the ways people and packages travel from Point A to Point B. I’m your host Kirsten Korosec, senior transportation reporter at TechCrunch. If this is your first time, hello; I’m glad you’re with us. I have started to publish a version of the newsletter on TechCrunch. That’s what you’re reading now. For the whole newsletter, which comes out every weekend, you can subscribe by heading over here, and clicking “The Station.” It...
Tags: TC, Transportation, Lyft, Crowdsourcing, Washington, Germany, Boston, Berlin, India, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Tech, Spain, Economy, Engineer, Service


5 Cities for Ambitious Women in Business in 2020 and Beyond

Where should the next generation of female businesswomen settle to make the most of their talents? Making your way through the world of business is difficult for women. Progress is being made towards a more equal and just society, but in the meantime, businesswomen need to be smart and tough to achieve their business goals, either as part of a company or when going it alone. If you’re a woman looking to make waves in the business world over the next decade, where’s the best place to relocate ...
Tags: Startups, News, California, US, Startup, Austin, Portland, San Diego, Oakland, Seattle, North Carolina, Louisville, Raleigh, US Census Bureau, Austin Startups, United States Census Bureau


Best Blade Putters for 2020

INDEPENDENT & UNBIASED MyGolfSpy accepts $0 advertising dollars from any of the major golf manufacturers. We believe in always putting #ConsumerFirst. 120 HoursResearched 12,240 TotalPutts ...
Tags: Sport, Chicago, Golf, Cameron, San Diego, Toulon, Wilson, Don, CNC, Yorktown VA, Mizuno, Mallet, Ben Hogan, Putter, Tommy Armour, Golf's Most Wanted


Coronavirus Recovery: California Man’s Plasma Donation Could Help Save Others

(CNN) — A California man who was diagnosed with the coronavirus and recovered has donated his plasma to help others fighting the potentially deadly virus. On March 6, Jason Garcia noticed he had a mild cough and some congestion. The 36-year-old aerospace engineer from Escondido, California, didn’t think that much of it. But later while on a work trip, he noticed a headache had begun accompanying his cough. Within a day, he also had a fever and body aches that quickly came and went. Then he began...
Tags: News, Navy, California, California News, Cnn, San Diego, Garcia, Orange County California, Escondido, St Joseph s Hospital, Jason Garcia, Escondido California, Cable News Network Inc, WarnerMedia Company, Coronavirus, Wendy Escobedo


Bikerumor Pic Of The Day: San Diego, California

Photo submitted by Zachary Blume, “Keeping socially distant in San Diego at the Florida Canyon Native Plant Area. Outside is still open for business.” *Please note that many of the photos we post were taken before any restrictions due to COVID-19 were in place. Parks may be closed to the public, please check before heading […] The post Bikerumor Pic Of The Day: San Diego, California appeared first on Bikerumor.
Tags: Sport, Cycling, San Diego, San Diego California, Pic of the Day, Zachary Blume, Florida Canyon Native Plant Area Outside


Rain prompts evacuation warning in burn scar area near Corona

The chance of heavy rain and flooding in Indian Canyon near Corona on Sunday, April 5, prompted officials to warn residents living in the burn scar of the 2018 Holy fire to be prepared in case weather conditions force them to evacuate. An evacuation warning was issued and applies to residents living near Glen Eden Road and the Grace Korean Church Retreat grounds in Corona, the Riverside County Emergency Management Department said on social media. Those who need assistance finding shelter for Sun...
Tags: Weather, National Weather Service, News, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, San Diego, Orange County, Orange, Nws, Southern California, Ventura, San Bernardino, Riverside, Corona, Indian Canyon


Rain prompts evacuation warning in burn scar area near Corona; snow expected in region’s mountains

The chance of heavy rain and flooding in Indian Canyon near Corona on Sunday, April 5, prompted officials to warn residents living in the burn scar of the 2018 Holy fire to be prepared in case weather conditions force them to evacuate. An evacuation warning was issued and applies to residents living near Glen Eden Road and the Grace Korean Church Retreat grounds in Corona, the Riverside County Emergency Management Department said on social media. Those who need assistance finding shelter for Sun...
Tags: Weather, National Weather Service, News, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, San Diego, Orange County, Orange, Nws, Southern California, Ventura, San Bernardino, Riverside, Corona, Indian Canyon


California COVID-19 Testing Backlog Cut By Two-Thirds

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California has cut its COVID-19 testing backlog by more than two-thirds, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Saturday, but has still managed to test less than one half of 1% of the state’s nearly 40 million residents. “I own that. I have a responsibility as your governor to do better,” the governor said during his daily press briefing. California has tested 126,000 people. Of those, 13,000 test results are still pending as of Friday. That’s down from the 59,500 pending results ...
Tags: California, California News, NFL, Los Angeles, Ap, Davis, San Diego, Lodi, Illinois, San Diego County, University Of California, Central Valley, Stanford University, Gavin Newsom, Golden State, Sacramento Calif


Rams exec reads mean tweets about team's hated logo after $2m charity drive

* New logo has been widely criticized by team’s fans * Kevin Demoff says Rams ‘value’ feedback on new designThe new Los Angeles Rams logo, which has been savaged by fans, does appear to have some value. The team’s chief operating officer, Kevin Demoff, said he would read “mean tweets” about the new logo if a charity drive for Los Angeles United Way and Los Angeles Food Bank raised $2m. Demoff said the total had reached $2.3m when he posted the video of him reading criticism on his Twitter acco...
Tags: News, La, Sports, NFL, San Diego, Chargers, St Louis, Los Angeles Rams, Kevin Demoff, Demoff, Los Angeles United Way and Los Angeles Food Bank


Casa Systems CEO Pays $15.3 Million for Striking La Jolla Mansion

One of the San Diego area’s most visually dramatic homes recently sold for just over $15 million, placing it among the biggest local transactions on record. Deeds and documents reveal the La Jolla property was acquired by Boston-based tech tycoon Jerry Guo, the longtime president and CEO of telecommunications juggernaut Casa Systems, and his wife […]
Tags: Boston, Tech, San Diego, Moguls, La Jolla, Sotheby's International Realty, Casa Systems, Jerry Guo, Striking La Jolla Mansion


4.9 magnitude earthquake near Anza felt around Southern California

A series of earthquakes – the largest with a magnitude of 4.9 – hit just southeast of Anza and near Palm Springs on Friday evening. The earthquake happened at 6:53 p.m., roughly 11 miles southeast of Anza, 23 miles southwest of Palm Springs, and 16 miles southwest of La Quinta, the U.S. Geological Survey reported. It was followed by other earthquakes over the next several minutes, with magnitudes between 3.7to 2.5, according to the USGS. The temblor had a depth of 6.6 miles. Following the initia...
Tags: News, Sport, Soccer, Idaho, Earthquakes, San Diego, Local News, Usgs, Lucy Jones, Palm Springs, Southern California, Northern California, U S Geological Survey, San Jacinto, Anza, City News Service


Fate Inks $100M Deal With Janssen for Stem Cell-Derived Cancer Therapies

Fate Therapeutics has signed an agreement with Janssen Biotech to develop new cancer cell therapies that are derived from stem cells and landed $100 million up front as part of the global collaboration deal.The San Diego-based biotech has built a pipeline of experimental cell therapies that use induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) to create chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) T-cell and CAR natural killer (NK) cell treatments. Fate (NASDAQ: FATE) has used iPSCs to make clonal cell lines that it l...
Tags: Deals, Cancer, Trends, Stem Cells, Collaboration, San Diego, Immunotherapy, Biotech, Life Sciences, Agreement, Clinical Trials, Janssen, Janssen Biotech, National blog main, National top stories, San Diego blog main


Bubble Watch: California home prices can’t dodge coronavirus job cuts

“Bubble Watch” digs into trends that may indicate economic and/or housing market troubles ahead. Buzz: A mind-numbing 1.5 million Californians have filed for unemployment benefits since mid-March as coronavirus protection measures, including strict limits on home selling, put a stranglehold on the state’s economy. Source: Gov. Gavin Newsom The Trend Various “stay at home” orders, limiting work to a modest list of “essential” industries, have shut much of California. This immediate impact of 1....
Tags: Business, Real Estate, Jobs, California, Housing, San Francisco, Sport, Economy, Soccer, San Diego, Gavin Newsom, Los Angeles Orange County, San Jose Santa Clara, ATTOM Data Solutions, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories OCR


Number of homes for sale declines 15.7% in March

The market started to show a slow down in the second half of March as the coronavirus outbreak settled in, according to data from realtor.com and Redfin.
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Coronavirus Response: ‘We’re Moving Way Too Slowly,’ California Homeless Advocate Says

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Since the beginning of an international pandemic, experts have known one population is particularly vulnerable to contracting and spreading the coronavirus: the homeless. Elected officials have vowed repeatedly to get homeless people indoors, but testing shortages and bureaucratic wrangling are making it difficult to help them. Relatively few of California’s 150,000 have been moved into individual quarters and there’s no indication of widespread checks on health and safety a...
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Can landlords discriminate based on a tenant’s job? It’s complicated

The short answer is probably not. The long answer is it's complicated — and apparently it's still happening.
Tags: Utah, Real Estate, California, Sacramento, Radio, Washington Dc, San Diego, Las Vegas, Nevada, California Apartment Association, Rentals, Industry News, Eviction, Nolo, Select, Pandemic


Three big Democratic clashes in Southern California

The coronavirus pandemic obviously overshadows this year’s political contests, but we presumably will still have an election seven months hence, so we cannot completely ignore its potential outcomes. Will President Donald Trump’s re-election chances, which were iffy before the pandemic struck, be enhanced by his handling of the crisis — so far erratic, at best — or diminished? Will Democrats ratify former Vice President Joe Biden’s pre-crisis lock on their party’s presidential nomination, or wil...
Tags: California, Opinion, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sport, Joe Biden, Soccer, House, San Diego, Donald Trump, Gavin Newsom, Southern California, John Phillips, U S Senate, Capitol, Gloria


Coronavirus causes cancellation of boxing, MMA events in California through May

The California State Athletic Commission has canceled all combat sports events through May due to the coronavirus pandemic. Several dozen events were scheduled for May, mostly in Southern California. The affected events include a UFC show scheduled for May 16 in San Diego. The event was scheduled to showcase lightweights Dustin Poirier and Dan Hooker in the main event. The Bellator MMA had already postponed its two events scheduled for California in May: Bellator 242, featuring Ryan Bader defend...
Tags: California, Sports, Sport, Soccer, San Diego, Boxing, San Jose, Ufc, MMA, SAP Center, Bellator, Temecula, Sergey Kovalev, Indio, Pechanga Resort Casino, Ryan Bader


Ducks owners to continue to pay part-time employees through June 30

Ducks owners Henry and Susan Samueli announced Thursday they would continue to pay 2,100 part-time employees of their sports and event management companies through June 30 for canceled, postponed or rescheduled games or events because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The NHL suspended play March 12, and Honda Center announced Thursday it had postponed or canceled all of its events scheduled through May 16. The Ducks were originally scheduled to play their final home game of 2019-20 on Friday against th...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Czech Republic, Soccer, San Diego, Finland, AHL, NHL, Ducks, Anaheim-ducks, Henry, Anaheim, Honda Center, Ryan Getzlaf, Tim Ryan, San Diego Gulls