Author: ELA Gazette

Rain Storm Leading To Massive Sewage Spills

While the Sacramento Bee is reporting on massive sewage spills in Sacramento, the City of San Diego having their own sewage problems, and as Southern California is expected to get more rain fall, community groups are keeping a watchful eye on wastewater systems. Wastewater systems failed to contain sewage in the Sacramento area, where over 1 million gallons of wastewater was spilled around the area from the period of Jan. 1st through March 2nd. Most of the spills occurred around the areas served by the Sacramento Area Sewer District and the City of Placerville. We are reminded daily that...

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MS-13 Gang Members Kidnap, Rape & Murder Young Woman as Part of ‘Satanic’ Offering

In what sounds like a story from a horror film, two alleged gang members are being accused of kidnapping, raping, and murdering a young woman. Diego Hernandez-Rivera and Miguel Alvarez-Flores, aka Diabolical, are being held on $150,000 bond in the Harris County jail and are allegedly members of the international criminal gang known as Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13). A teenage girl, who was held against her will for about 18 days, testified that the two men murdered a young woman that she identified as being named Genesis. According to ABC 13 in Houston, Texas: Rivera is accused of pulling the...

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Don’t Tweet & Drive – Don’t Handle Oscar’s Envelopes and Tweet

We’ve all seen the “Don’t Text and Drive” signs on highways, and now it seems as if a “Don’t Tweet and Work” sign will be seen all over the place pretty soon. The 2017 Oscars have passed and the most talked about moment was not “who won best picture?” Instead, it was who messed up badly during the airing of the Oscars. It appears that Brian Cullinan, an accountant with PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC), mistakenly handed Warren Beatty the wrong envelope that led to one of the most awkward moments in the history of the Oscars. According to Variety Magazine, PWC has...

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Los Angeles Schools: Students Don’t Walk Out Today

The Los Angeles Unified School District and other districts across the state are urging students not to join, “A Day Without Immigrants” protests Alma Pena-Sanchez, LAUSD chef of staff, contacted parents and employees via voicemail on Wednesday evening urging “students and staff not to disrupt learning by participating in protest or walkouts during the instructional day,” Immigration activists are asking immigrants to stay home, don’t put gas in their car, don’t go shopping, skip school and work in order to show the American society how much of an economic value they are....

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California Gas Prices To Increase 35 to 75 Cents Per Gallon

Gas prices are set to rise once again as refineries throughout the United States begin producing cleaner burning and more expensive spring and summer blend fuel – California government officials have imposed its own higher quality standard. Mark Glover, Sacramento Bee, writes” Across the nation, GasBuddy predicted that gasoline prices will rise between 35 and 75 cents per gallon by early spring, with prices likely peaking in May. GasBuddy said major cities, including Los Angeles, can expect $3 a gallon gasoline “very soon.” On Wednesday, GasBuddy said the average price of gas in Sacramento was $2.72 a gallon, up...

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