Steve Scauzillo, Whittier Daily News

Steve Scauzillo

Whittier Daily News

Ontario, CA, United States

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Past articles by Steve:

LA Mayor Karen Bass and 12 others receive women of the year awards

LA County Board of Supervisors award LA Mayor Karen Bass and 12 other women, including an NAACP leader and a dean. → Read More

State won’t release documents on battle for rail funds, keeping process hidden

Why some SoCal rail and bus projects got big grants from a state surplus, and why others got none, remains a mystery. → Read More

‘Greenwashing’ allegations: Quemetco deal to pay nonprofits in toxic settlement criticized

Assessing settlement for car battery recycler, one lawyer said she hadn’t seen anything like it in 30 years. → Read More

LA County will fly LGBTQ Progress Pride Flag for first time, starting in June

The LGBTQ Pride flag will go up in June at the LA County Hall of Administration and other county buildings. The city of Huntington Beach voted not to raise the pride flag. “The deliberate exc… → Read More

300 transit ambassadors become new sets of eyes and ears for LA Metro

LA Metro deploys 300 ‘transit ambassadors’ as customer guides to add more eyes and ears on trains, platforms and buses. → Read More

Photos: Mural in Watts aims to fight hate by emphasizing unity and diversity

A new mural, “Unity Under The Sun” is the work of two artists. See it at the historic Watts Train Station. → Read More

Want to count bighorn sheep in the forest? No sleeping required.

Volunteers in the San Gabriel Mountains will look for and count the elusive and rare Nelson’s bighorn sheep. → Read More

New report says deputy gangs thrive in LA County Sheriff’s Department

Report says ‘deputy gangs’ still thrive in L.A. Sheriff’s Department despite denials by ex-Sheriff Alex Villanueva. → Read More

About $31M goes to San Fernando Valley light-rail line, and to engage community

A first ‘local-stop’ light-rail along Van Nuys Boulevard in the Valley is racking up huge funding for its construction. → Read More

To honor P-22, county supervisors back wildlife crossings, seek rat poison ban

In a nod to P-22, to protect big cats, the L.A. County Board of Supervisors bans rodenticide on county-owned land. → Read More

Would more LA County supervisors, public financing of candidates improve local governance?

Board of Supervisors votes to explore growing its numbers as well as examining ways to increase transparency and community input into its actions. → Read More

Is five enough? Some LA County Board of Supervisors propose expanding the board

Is bigger government better government? Some LA County supes say more seats would help minority areas. → Read More

Crime skyrockets on LA Metro system, including a jump in drug deaths

The fentanyl crisis has reached LA Metro’s buses and trains, helping swell deaths on trains and buses to 21 in 2023. → Read More

Video of LA County probation officers pinning a boy fuels call for chief’s removal

Should LA County Probation Chief resign? A commission says yes after watching video of boy pinned by several officers. → Read More

Addressing homeless crisis, LA Metro will offer its surplus land for housing

About 1,000 unhoused ride trains and buses in LA for mobile shelter. Why not build housing next to stations and depots? → Read More

Most Metro bus stops in LA County have no shelter, exposing riders to rain, heat

When it’s hot, waiting for a bus in LA County often means no shade. That’s a public health issue, researchers say. → Read More

LGBTQ groups say easing rules for gay blood donors doesn’t go far enough

A plan to ease blood donation restrictions on gay men gets mixed reviews from LGBTQ community. → Read More

Did bad marketing and its odd name stop a Metro rail line from getting funds?

The misnamed light-rail from Artesia to DTLA, called ‘West Santa Ana Branch,’ needs a new name. What would you name it? → Read More

Dodger Stadium gondola may get shot down by city of LA, Homeboy Industries

Ex-Dodger owner wants a gondola to the stadium, but city says land needed for a gondola tower is set for affordable housing. → Read More

Janice Hahn runs for third term on LA County Board of Supervisors

Another member of the LA County Board of Supervisors announces her re-election plans. → Read More