Posts by Erica Murillo:
Governor Gavin Newsom unveils a revised State Budget with a surplus of $97.5 billion. This is the biggest surplus that both California and the nation have had.
Voting elections are set to take place on June 7 and all active voters will be receiving a vote-by-mail ballot.
Maria Barron, Social Worker, is a mother of an autistic child who is currently 3 years of age.
On Tuesday, health care providers in partnership with Health4Kern and Building Healthy Communities Kern held a press conference at Clinica Sierra Vista to announce the new Medi-Cal expansion to undocumented individuals aged 50 and over starting May 1, 2022, and urge eligible community members to enroll.
This funding will cover incentives for replacing heavy-duty trucks, heavy-duty agriculture equipment, school buses, and other incentives to help improve the air quality.
Kern County has been awarded a Communities Local Energy Action Program (LEAP) technical assistance grant by the U.S.
Taft College celebrated its 100th birthday and received a total of $600,000 in donations from five large donors.
Charlie Van De Voorde had a tough childhood growing up — his father was an alcoholic and his mother was addicted to meth.
California Senator, Scott Wiener, proposed a bill that would protect transgender youth and their families by providing legal refuge to California to protect transgender youth from being taken away from their parents.
The Federal Transit Authority has granted Arvin $2.9 million to receive two new electric buses and a renewable microgrid.