Kevin Smith, Whittier Daily News

Kevin Smith

Whittier Daily News

Southern California, CA, United States

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Recent:
  • Whittier Daily News
  • SGV Tribune
  • Daily Bulletin
  • Redlands Daily Facts
  • Daily Breeze
  • Pasadena Star News
  • The Press-Enterprise
  • L.A. Daily News
Past:
  • LB Press-Telegram
  • The Sun
  • O.C. Register
  • ChicoER
  • Monterey Herald
  • The Cannabist
  • Times-Standard
  • Mercury-Register

Recent articles by Kevin:

Casino’s sports betting initiative would put cardrooms out of business, coalition says

Opponents say the measure would give tribal casinos a near-monopoly on all gaming in California – adding exclusivity over roulette, craps and sports wagering to their current monopoly on slot machi… → Read More

Baldwin Park job fair set for Thursday, May 26

The city of Baldwin Park, in collaboration with East San Gabriel Valley America’s Job Center of California (AJCC), announced they will resume the Baldwin Park Live Annual Job Fair. The in-per… → Read More

Population growth fuels retail expansion in San Bernardino County

San Bernardino County’s rapid population growth has fueled retail expansion in the county, according to a new report. Market tracker CBRE said the region saw an additional 105,410 square feet… → Read More

Population growth fuels retail expansion in San Bernardino County

San Bernardino County’s rapid population growth has fueled retail expansion in the county, according to a new report. Market tracker CBRE said the region saw an additional 105,410 square feet… → Read More

Terranea Resort to pay $1.52 million to resolve hiring citation

The investigation found that the resort failed to recall, or to timely recall, 57 former workers. They will each receive a share of the $1.52 million settlement, with an average payout of $26,500. → Read More

L.A. County doctors to vote on strike authorization

More than 1,300 resident physicians and fellows at three of L.A. County’s largest hospitals will begin gathering votes Monday, May 16 to authorize an unfair labor practice strike, claiming th… → Read More

McDonald’s hiring thousands of workers across Southern California – Press Enterprise

McDonald’s is looking to hire thousands of Southern California workers as it gears up for the busy summer season, but filling those slots amid the current labor shortage might be tough. The … → Read More

Burlington Stores to open San Dimas location Friday

Discount retailer Burlington Stores will open a new location in San Dimas, on Friday, May 13, bringing the company’s California total to 89 stores. The store, at 933 W. Arrow Highway, will sell a v… → Read More

Cedars-Sinai workers launch 5-day strike, alleging unfair labor practices

Nearly 500 of the employees, represented by SEIU-United Healthcare Workers West, gathered at the corner of Beverly and San Vicente boulevards early Monday with picket signs bearing such messages as… → Read More

Cedars-Sinai workers to walk out Monday, protesting unfair labor practices

Their five-day strike is protesting low pay, too few staff and inadequate patient care. → Read More

LA County workers vote to authorize strike

The two sides are scheduled to participate in all-day bargaining sessions Monday and Tuesday of next week. → Read More

Los Angeles housekeepers seek wage hikes, enhanced security safeguards

Dozens of Los Angeles housekeepers and other hotel workers delivered petitions to the City Clerk’s office Monday that call for pay hikes and increased safety measures to protect them from sex… → Read More

A year in Avelo Airlines doubles, more routes are expected

Launching an airline in the middle of a pandemic? It might sound crazy, but when Andrew Levy was preparing to get Avelo Airlines off the ground a year ago he didn’t see challenges — he … → Read More

Ralphs to fill 1,200 Southern California job openings

Some job seekers could be hired in as little as three days, the company said. → Read More

Centinela Hospital nurses to picket in protest of understaffing

Nurses at Centinela Hospital Medical Center plan to hold an informational picket at the Inglewood facility on Wednesday, April 27, claiming they are understaffed, overworked and struggling to provi… → Read More

Southern California manufacturer snags $10 million in tax credits

Subcity is an online platform that identifies and secures tax credits and incentives for small and medium-sized businesses. → Read More

Amazon Fresh expansion grows by 3 more

The new stores in Mission Viejo, La Verne and Murrieta all have the company’s “Just Walk Out” technology. → Read More

Cedars-Sinai employees to picket over COVID-19 safety violations

The more than 2,000 workers at Cedars, represented by SEIU-United Healthcare Workers West, voted overwhelmingly last week to authorize an unfair labor practice strike in May, although an official n… → Read More

55,000 Los Angeles County workers to begin strike authorization votes

Some 55,000 nurses, medical personnel and other Los Angeles County workers are set to begin strike authorization votes this week as they bargain for cost-of-living raises, continued full healthcare… → Read More

55,000 Los Angeles County workers to begin strike authorization votes

Some 55,000 nurses, medical personnel and other Los Angeles County workers are set to begin strike authorization votes this week as they bargain for cost-of-living raises, continued full healthcare… → Read More