By Michele Cardon | [email protected] | Orange County Register PUBLISHED: June 3, 2019 at 1:42 pm | UPDATED: June 3, 2019 at 1:43 pm Name: Mariana Gutierrez — Age: 18 — High school: Ernest S. McBride Sr. High School — GPA: 4.313 — High School Activities or Groups: Teen Court National Honors Society Latino Heritage — After Graduation/College Plans: Attend the University of California,Irvine as a Biology Major — Career Goal: Criminalist/ Forensic Scientist for the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department — Parents: Lorenzo and Rosa Gutierrez Name: Ryan Shikiya — Age: 18 — High school: Palos Verdes High School — GPA: 4.7 — High School Activities or Groups: Varsity Cross Country, Varsity Track, Be The Change, Model United Nations, California Scholarship Federation, National Honors Society, Los Hermanos, Triton Project YouTube Channel — After Graduation/College Plans: I will be attending the University of … [Read more...] about Photos: South Bay valedictorians for the Class of 2019
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Jennifer Gollan of Reveal from The Center For Investigative Reporting Published 12:01 AM EDT May 20, 2019 She alights from a black Ferrari convertible, her Christian Louboutin stilettos glinting in the sunlight. The lid of her black lacquer grand piano is propped open in the living room of her plush Beverly Hills home. “I own a chain of elderly care facilities,” she says into the camera on Bravo’s reality television show “The Millionaire Matchmaker.” “My net worth is $3 to $4 million, probably.” Stephanie Costa was 30 and enjoying a lifestyle supported in part by six board-and-care homes she owned in California’s Central Valley. But half of that fortune was threatened when she and her company initially were cited for about $1.6 million for labor violations, including wage theft – not paying 11 employees for working much of 24 hours a day, six days a week. Costa, who declined to be interviewed for this story, is a rare public … [Read more...] about Elder care homes rake in profits as workers earn a pittance
Sahil Kapur and Laura Davison Bloomberg Published 9:47 AM EDT Apr 15, 2019 Republicans passed a sweeping tax cut for two-thirds of Americans in 2017, saying it would pay for itself and the American public would thank them. Now, as Americans finish filing to the IRS for the first time under the new system, the law has swelled the deficit and surveys show just one-fifth of taxpayers believe their taxes have gone down. That’s made it hard for President Donald Trump to leverage the tax cuts as an issue in 2020, when he’s up for reelection and his party will be seeking to retake the House of Representatives. “The Democrats really outmaneuvered the Republicans by convincing the American people that the main thrust of the tax reform package was to cut taxes for the wealthy,” said Dan Eberhart, a major Republican donor who runs the drilling services company Canary, LLC. Republicans “failed to fully explain the success to voters.” Trump is going to try … [Read more...] about Most Americans got a Trump tax cut, most didn’t notice
By Hayley Munguia | [email protected] | Long Beach Press-TelegramPUBLISHED: February 22, 2019 at 6:07 pm | UPDATED: February 25, 2019 at 11:07 pm In Jo Williams’ Central Long Beach apartment, her dining nook’s ocher wall displays a simple, black scripted message: “The fondest memories are made when gathered around the table.” That table, now obscured by stacks of moving boxes, has collected those memories in the same room for the past 15 years. But by this time next month, it will all be gone. Her home at 2265 San Anseline Ave., in the Los Altos neighborhood, came under new ownership this month, and along with the new owners came a roughly 70 percent rent hike, forcing her to move. And Williams isn’t the only one taking off. After every person in her seven-unit building received notice of similar rent hikes, they all decided to leave. Williams’ notices, reviewed by the Press-Telegram, indicate the building was bought by 2265 San Anseline LLC. … [Read more...] about This Long Beach building came under new ownership and hiked up rents 70 percent. Now, every tenant is leaving.