Ryan Carter, SGV Tribune

Ryan Carter

SGV Tribune

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Recent:
  • SGV Tribune
  • Whittier Daily News
  • LB Press-Telegram
  • L.A. Daily News
  • Mercury-Register
  • San Jose Mercury News
  • Daily Bulletin
  • Pasadena Star News
Past:
  • O.C. Register
  • Daily Breeze
  • Redlands Daily Facts
  • The Press-Enterprise
  • The Sun
  • The Daily Democrat

Recent articles by Ryan:

Q&A: LA County redistricting is out of the hands of the supervisors. Here’s why that matters – San Gabriel Valley Tribune

A new citizens commission is at the front edge of the county’s redistricting process this year, after decades in the hands of the Board of Supervisors. → Read More

LA County mega-event COVID-19 vaccine mandate starts Thursday: Here’s what you need to know

County public health officials announced 31 new coronavirus-linked deaths and 1,479 new cases on Wednesday, bringing the totals since the pandemic began to 26,226 deaths and 1,466,248 infections. → Read More

Oil Spill: What is Beta Offshore and what does it do?

The company has been operating in an area where drilling has taken place for decades, and where three oil platforms operated a complex system of wells and pipelines. → Read More

Women to gather for Southern California marches as abortion-rights showdowns loom

In Southern California, the largest protest is in Los Angeles, a gathering that has typically drawn thousands of people. But demonstrations are planned throughout the region, from Orange County to … → Read More

Gavin Newsom signs bills aiming to bolster mental health care, ease homelessness

On the eve of the end of the state’s pandemic-spurred ban on evictions, Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a multi-billion-dollar package of bills aimed at what officials called a “historic” rebuilding of me… → Read More

Gov. Newsom signs bills aiming to bolster mental health care, ease homelessness

The legislation, which included four bills authored by a trio of Southern California state assemblymembers, will invest billions in building up an infrastructure of more than 44,000 new housing uni… → Read More

In LA, Gov. Newsom signs bills aiming to bolster mental health care, ease homelessness

The legislation, which included four bills authored by a trio of Southern California state assemblymembers, will invest billions in building up an infrastructure of more than 44,000 new housing uni… → Read More

With the state’s eviction ban ending, LA County leaders scramble for renter protections – Press Telegram

Gone are the days of a blanket eviction ban. But the board approved limited protections for residential renters, as well protections for commercial renters. → Read More

Seeking ‘transparency,’ LA County supervisors launch coroner’s inquests into deaths of 3 men

The decision outraged Sheriff Alex Villanueva, who called the move a direct “political attack” on his department. → Read More

It’s official: Rep. Karen Bass is running for mayor of LA

The must-anticipated news that Bass, who represents a congressional district that spans South and West Los Angeles, will join the race comes about eight months before the June 2022 election as one … → Read More

LA County’s homeless are seeing fewer coronavirus infections – Press Telegram

The trend appears to coincide with a similar pattern in the general population. → Read More

LA County enters the booster era, but it’s the first doses health officials are most worried about

Los Angeles County reported another 32 COVID-19 deaths on Friday, giving the county an overall death toll of 25,972. Another 1,571 cases were reported, raising the total number from throughout the … → Read More

Media reports: Rep. Karen Bass will enter race for mayor of LA

The news, not yet confirmed by Bass herself, was first reported by Washington Post, which cited anonymous sources who said the congresswoman was planning to announce her candidacy as early as next … → Read More

LA County says COVID-19 booster shots ready to go on CDC’s imminent final approval

Thirty two deaths were reported on Thursday, bringing the county’s total to 25,942. The 1,900 new cases reported brought the total to 1,449,923. → Read More

LA Councilman Kevin de Leon announces his much-anticipated mayoral run

De Leon, 54, instantly stands among the more high-profile names to vie for the city’s highest elected post, and is instantly the race’s most visible Latinx leader. → Read More

With Newsom recall now last week’s news, LA mayor’s race in the spotlight – Daily News

The week began with another new candidate entering the fray, the latest of more than two dozen so far. Pundits await decisions from some higher profile players, too. → Read More

Q&A: What you need to know about LA County’s new coronavirus vaccine rules

The order will cover outdoor mega-events, such as large concerts, sports events and other activities of 10,000 people or more. It will also mandate vaccinations for customers and employees at the i… → Read More

Will LA County comply with coronavirus vaccination orders? Ferrer has ‘confidence’ – Press Telegram

Meanwhile, county reported 28 newly confirmed coronavirus deaths and 2,023 new cases in the county. → Read More

Los Angeles County will require vaccination or negative test at mega-events, bars, nightclubs, breweries

L.A. County reported another 37 COVID-19 deaths, along with 1,930 new cases on Wednesday. → Read More

LA County set to require proof of vaccination at bars, lounges, nightclubs, breweries

L.A. County reported another 37 COVID-19 deaths, along with 1,930 new cases on Wednesday. → Read More