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El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Due to the pandemic, ballots were sent out months in advance.

California Says “No” to the Recall of Governor Gavin Newsom

Lorenzo Arce, Digital Editor-in-Chief September 15, 2021

Gov. Gavin Newsom remains in office after the special recall failed tonight. With 65% of the vote in his favor, Newsom succeeded in stopping one of 46 candidates from taking office. Newsom was able to rally his base around the his “Stop the Republican Recall” campaign that drew support from celebrities,...

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The Dodgers will return back to full capacity on a Tuesday, it will be the second of a three game series against Bryce Harper and the Philadelphia Phillies. For the boys in blue, it marks the first time to have fans return in full since the 2019 postseason.

Dodgers Set to Return to Full Capacity on June 15, Two Other California Teams Set to Re-Open at Full Capacity as Well

Enrique Medina, Broadcast Director May 24, 2021

The Los Angeles Dodgers announced this past Friday that they will be opening their gates to full capacity starting June 15. The announcement was made prior to the team's away series against the San Francisco Giants. In the announcement, the team announced all games held prior to the 15th will still be...

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Mass cremation sites such as this one burn deceased individuals day and night.

India’s Second COVID-19 Surge is the Worst Yet

Lorenzo Arce, Digital Editor-in-Chief May 6, 2021

India has been overwhelmed with record breaking numbers of COVID 19 cases. This is the worst surge of the pandemic to date. The Surge According to Reuters, more than 300,000 people a day have been infected for over a week straight. Every day breaks each previous day’s record. As of April 30, India...

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Medics in Israel helping clean up the bodies after the disaster of the celebration.

Stampede in Israel leave many Dead

John Rodriguez, News/Photo Editor May 5, 2021

On Friday 100,000 people had gathered at a religious celebration in Israel. Gathering to celebrate a holiday on Mount Merrion in northern Israel. Despite all the warning from authorities on the risk of getting Covid 19. The celebration in Israel drew tens of thousands of Ultra-Othodox Jews left at least...

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According to Science News, researchers have counted 14 diagnosed disorders. This ranges from mental illnesses to neurological events such as brain bleeds six months after the virus infection.

COVID-19 Severe Long Term Effects of the Mind, Muscles, and Organs

Some people who had COVID-19 can experience long-term conditions due to it.
Viviana Reyes, Host of Rio Round Up May 4, 2021

As of now, there has been a reported of 151.8 million COVID-19 cases in the world. About 3.2 million people have died due to COVID-19 since the first case on November 17, 2019. Some people could and have recovered quickly, others have not. Typically it takes about a few weeks to months for people to...

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Tokyo, Japan will be the first Asian Country to host the Summer Olympics twice since 1964.

COVID-19 Cases Rise in Japan, Will the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics Continue?

Mimi Castellanos, Digital Editor in Chief April 27, 2021

2020 Tokyo Olympics Pending Since the multiple strands of COVID-19 have been plaguing the earth, sports events risk their continuation. With the Olympics being postponed to this July, there are still concerns of possible cancellation. The Liberal Democratic Party’s No.2 Torisho Nikai says the games...

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Johnson and Johnson vaccine being used for a photoshoot with the logo in the background.

Johnson & Johnson Vaccine on Pause

John Rodriguez, News/Photo Editor April 21, 2021

On April 13th, vaccination sites throughout Southern California are pausing distribution of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine.  According to the CDC website, nearly more than 6.8 million doses of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine had been administered in the United States. There had been many reports of...

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Rio al Instante Ep.2 (March 27, 2021)

Valeria Yanez, Reporter March 29, 2021

Episode 2 of Rio al Instante is about the Vatican and their decision whether to bless same-sex unions or not. It is also about Australia’s protests in March and about Switzerland's COVID strategy. Italy, Germany, and France stopping Astrazeneca vaccine. Lastly Deb Haaland’s victory of becoming the...

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Cancer treatments shots may soon be available to cancer patients to avoid the long journey of chemotherapy.

COVID-19 Scientists Tackle to Create Cancer Shots Next

Gabi Ortiz, Lifestyles/A&E Co-Editor March 25, 2021

Immunizations are medicines that help the body battle sickness. They can prepare the invulnerable framework to discover and eliminate unsafe germs and cells. There are numerous immunizations that you get for the duration of your life to prevent catching regular sicknesses. A New Solution  The scientists...

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Dodger Stadium will reopen on April 9 against Washington. It will mark the first time fans attend the stadium since 2019.

Los Angeles Dodgers to Allow 20% Capacity, Texas Rangers 100%, others MLB Teams Announce Reopening Plans

Enrique Medina, Broadcast Director March 15, 2021

On Friday, Los Angeles County received official permission to move into the red-colored tier of COVID-19 guidelines. This leads the way for Dodger Stadium to be able to allow 20 percent capacity in stadium. Dodger Stadium, a ballpark with 56,000 seats, will allow up to 11,000 fans to return on opening...

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University of Southern California student wearing a face mask on campus on March 11, 2020.

Residents in South L.A. Can Get Free or Discounted Uber Rides to USC Vaccination Site

Valeria Yanez, Reporter March 14, 2021

South L.A. residents will be able to get the vaccine for COVID-19. Uber and the city of Los Angeles is partnering up. Uber will provide residents with discounted and free rides to the University of Southern California. In addition there is a new vaccination site at USC. Mayor Eric Garcetti’s office...

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Rio al Instante (12 de Marzo, 2021)

March 12, 2021

Episode description: News about the snow storm that happened throughout the U.S, humanitarian problem in Yemen, Dolphins found dead in Mozambique, Covax, Johnson & Johnson vaccine, landslide in Italy, and Nazi stolen Medieval Treasures.   Descripción episodio: Noticias sobre temas como...

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