Kaitlyn Schallhorn, LB Press-Telegram

Kaitlyn Schallhorn

LB Press-Telegram

Southern California, CA, United States

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Recent:
  • LB Press-Telegram
  • The Sun
  • San Jose Mercury News
  • O.C. Register
  • Redlands Daily Facts
Past:
  • The Missouri Times
  • Fox News
  • TheBlaze
  • Campus Reform

Recent articles by Kaitlyn:

Supreme Court’s Roe decision ignites rallies across Southern California

At some rallies, people were weary and afraid of what the court could do next. But at others, people were elated. → Read More

Southern California responds to Supreme Court dismantling Roe v. Wade

In a 5-4 ruling, the court’s conservative majority overturned the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade decision, paving the way for states to outlaw abortion. → Read More

California Legislature sends budget plan to Newsom: What to know

From housing to gas relief to what’s next with negotiations, here’s a look at five things to know about the legislative proposal. → Read More

California Legislature sends budget plan to Newsom: What to know

From housing to gas relief to what’s next with negotiations, here’s a look at five things to know about the legislative proposal. → Read More

OC House Democrats applaud Senate gun safety deal, hope for more

Congressman Alan Lowenthal calls the Senate’s deal ‘a small step forward,’ but local Republican House members don’t weigh in on the bipartisan effort. → Read More

Thousands join March for Our Lives events to protest gun violence across Southern California

In Southern California, large crowds gathered at Grand Park in Los Angeles, Harvey Milk Park in Long Beach, and Main Beach in Laguna Beach. They waved signs around the Galleria at Tyler in Riversid… → Read More

What low voter turnout in Southern California tells us

Even with the vote-by-mail option, the lack of exciting races looks like it kept some from casting ballots. What will that mean for representation? → Read More

What low voter turnout in Southern California tells us

Even with the vote-by-mail option, the lack of exciting races looks like it kept some from casting ballots. What will that mean for representation? → Read More

Elections 2022: What to expect on election night

The Orange County Registrar of Voters will begin to update its website with primary election results beginning today at 8 p.m., and the Register will provide live updates online as well. → Read More

UCI ‘strongly’ encouraging indoor masking but not requiring yet – Orange County Register

UCLA and UC Riverside have reinstated indoor mask mandates, but UC Irvine is just “strongly encouraging” them for now. → Read More

Schmitt leads GOP field in Senate race in latest poll

Attorney General Eric Schmitt has taken the lead in the U.S. Senate race among the GOP contenders in a new Remington Research Group poll. → Read More

Storm surge during hurricanes: What are they and how can you prepare

When hurricanes approach land, thy bring the threat of what is known as "storm surge." → Read More

Texas man detained by ICE accidentally released by police; local officials can’t re-arrest him

A Texas inmate was unintentionally released Tuesday – despite being held on an Immigration and Customs Enforcement detainer. → Read More

Midwestern restaurant chain picks new name for ‘Crack Fries’

A Michigan-based restaurant chain has finally picked a new name for its award-winning “Crack Fries” about a month after the gastropub announced it would make a change in an effort to be more “inclusive.” → Read More

Ohio governor uses 9 family Bibles during swearing-in ceremony

It’s not unusual for lawmakers to use books of faith or family heirlooms during swearing-in ceremonies. But when new Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine was sworn in earlier this week, he chose not one Bible but nine. → Read More

Ahead of William Barr hearing, Republicans circulate old video of Joe Biden praising former AG

Ahead of William Barr’s confirmation hearing to lead the Justice Department, Republicans are circulating a decades-old video showing then-Sen. Joe Biden praising the lawyer. → Read More

William Barr's confirmation hearing: 5 things to watch with Trump's attorney general pick before the Senate

William Barr must make it through a hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee Tuesday before he can become President Trump’s next attorney general. → Read More

Bernie Sanders to meet with women who alleged mistreatment on 2016 presidential campaign: report

Sen. Bernie Sanders will reportedly meet with women who alleged male staffers engaged in "rotten" sexual misconduct during his 2016 presidential campaign. → Read More

Ruth Bader Ginsburg as a cultural icon, from fashion choices to portrayals on the big screen

From her lace collars to her well-documented workout regimen, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has emerged as a cultural icon over the years. → Read More

California lawmakers traveled to Hawaii with utility executives as wildfires raged

A group of California lawmakers took a trip to Hawaii with utility companies last year as wildfires wreaked havoc in their state. → Read More