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By Khalil Abdullah | Ethnic Media Services Consumer fraud is a shape-shifting demon that follows the headlines to target its prey, whether affluent or newly impoverished due…
New programs are now available to help Sacramento’s small businesses affected by the coronavirus pandemic. Free one-on-one counseling, webinars, consulting services and more are being provided…
Antonio Ray Harvey | California Black Media    California Gov. Gavin Newsom has signed the state’s historic reparations bill into law.   Assembly Bill (AB) 3121 moves descendants of…
Did you know most millionaires are not born into wealth? In fact, about 80% of US millionaires worked for their money, with only 20% of millionaires…
Patrols and Inspections Confirm at Least 13 Instances of Damage or Hazards to Electric Equipment During the Strong Wind Event About 24,000 Customers Without Power Due…
Aerial, Vehicle and On-The-Ground Inspections, Patrols and Restoration Work Has Begun for the Majority of Impacted Areas with Restoration Expected for Most by Monday Night PG&E…
First Wave of 11,000 Public Safety Power Shutoffs Completed Sunday Morning; Second Wave of 54,000 Customers Begins Sunday Afternoon, Primarily in the Central Sierra Region Community…
Now more than ever, California's Black community and other communities of color need accurate news to make certain that our families are educated about their health…
An estimated 21,000 customers who might be affected by the Public Safety Power Shutoff are receiving the initial notifications today–two days ahead of the potential event…
Antonio Ray Harvey | California Black Media   On Sept.15, the California Legislative Black Caucus (CLBC) sent out separate letters to Gov. Gavin Newsom and SenateProTem Sen. Toni G. Atkins (D-San Diego),…