Deepa Bharath, Redlands Daily Facts

Deepa Bharath

Redlands Daily Facts

California, United States

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Recent:
  • Redlands Daily Facts
  • Daily Bulletin
  • SGV Tribune
  • The Sun
  • The Press-Enterprise
  • Pasadena Star News
  • O.C. Register
  • Whittier Daily News
Past:
  • Santa Cruz Sentinel
  • East Bay Times
  • San Jose Mercury News
  • L.A. Daily News
  • LB Press-Telegram
  • Daily Breeze
  • The Daily Democrat
  • Monterey Herald
  • Vacaville Reporter
  • PRI

Recent articles by Deepa:

6 years later, terror attack victims remembered at Cal State San Bernardino memorial

“They are a part of the fabric that makes us whole, woven into every stitch of who we are,” one speaker said → Read More

Transgender students’ rights committee comes after Chino Valley Unified restroom proposal

The statewide group will include students, school staff and community partners, said Tony Thurmond, state superintendent of public instruction. → Read More

Southern California schools rethink Thanksgiving lessons

A Riverside teacher’s dance in viral video triggers discussion about how the holiday, Native American history should be taught today → Read More

COVID-19 cases slightly drop in San Bernardino County

But the county has been in the Center for Disease Control’s two highest risk tiers — high or substantial — all month → Read More

COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations stay flat in Riverside County

While cases plateaued at a higher level in the county, they haven’t been rising over the past six weeks → Read More

Rittenhouse’s acquittal sets a dangerous example, Southern California activists say

“The Rittenhouse trial highlights the aggression we’re seeing at all kinds of public events from rallies to school board meetings.” → Read More

UC Riverside exhibit explores legacy of early Koreatown

Early immigrants who made up Pachappa Camp endured racism, segregation and hate, but they never gave up, researcher says. → Read More

Trump-era rule that could undercut American Indian health care may be repealed

The SUNSET rule would devastate tribal communities that depend on federal funding for health, elder care and child welfare services, community leaders say. → Read More

Hospital chaplains help health workers heal with compassion and spirituality

From ukuleles to lavender diffusers, chaplains try to help nurses, doctors and others cope with stress amid the pandemic. → Read More

New center to help prevent hate and bullying opens in Anaheim

Southern California is home to half a million Muslims, the largest concentration within the U.S., and CAIR LA’s new center is the first of its kind for the national organization. → Read More

Nearly 56% of California’s Muslim students feel unsafe or unwelcome at school, survey shows – Orange County Register

Twenty percent of students said they missed school because they were bullied for their faith, according to a survey → Read More

Coronavirus hospitalizations dropping in Riverside County

There were 23% fewer patients in hospitals and 18% fewer patients in ICUs, numbers reported Monday, Oct. 25, show → Read More

Fewer COVID-19 hospitalizations reported in San Bernardino County

There were 8% fewer COVID-19 patients in hospitals and 15% fewer patients in ICUs countywide compared to last week, data released Monday, Oct. 25, show → Read More

California AG visits Riverside to talk fighting hate crime

“If we really want to tackle hate, we need to get comfortable with feeling uncomfortable,” one faith leader said. → Read More

Riverside County’s COVID-19 test-positivity rate drops below 10% – Press Enterprise

The county has been moved down from the “high” to the “substantial” tier reflecting the reduction in community transmission rate. → Read More

COVID-19 transmission level drops in San Bernardino County

The test-positivity rate in San Bernardino County dropped below 10% this week. → Read More

COVID-19 transmission level drops in San Bernardino County

The test-positivity rate in San Bernardino County dropped below 10% this week. → Read More

COVID-19 transmission level drops in San Bernardino County

The test-positivity rate in San Bernardino County dropped below 10% this week. → Read More

COVID-19 transmission level drops in San Bernardino County

The test-positivity rate in San Bernardino County dropped below 10% this week. → Read More

Inland warehouse workers look to a sustainable, equitable future

Despite inequalities in pay and opportunity for advancement, many are optimistic for improvement in an industry with deepening roots in the region. → Read More