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A 5.4 earthquake rattles the Mohave Desert this morning and an array of aftershocks a day after a 6.4 quake rocked Southern California on July 4th.


A 6.4 earthquake occurred at 10:33 am near the town of Searles Valley in the Mohave Desert, about 192 miles away from Long Beach.

  • Kern County Firefighters were called to nearly 2 dozen emergencies ranging from medical assistance to fires in and around the city of Ridgecrest, 11 miles away from the epicenter.

  • According to the LA Times, today's earthquake was centered roughly 80 miles northeast of the L.A Aqueduct spanning the San Andreas fault.

  • Today's earthquake is the largest in decades and people as far away as Los Angeles and Las Vegas felt the quake.

The Quake Strikes During the #JohnCampea Show



California Governor Gavin Newsome signed a bill, titled the Crown Act, into law banning discrimination against black students and employees over their natural hairstyles. The new law takes effect Jan. 1, 2020

Why it Matters:

A poll commissioned by Dove found that black women are 80% more likely to change their natural hair to meet social norms or expectations at work. The study all so found, that Black women were 30% more likely to receive a formal grooming policy in the workplace at both the application and orientation phase. Federal courts typically recognize Afros as a hairstyle that is protected under anti-discrimination laws.

Remember When?

Last year an African-American high school wrestler from New Jersey was forced at the match to cut his dreadlocks or forfeit the match.

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Photo by LBPD

Missing Person Found:

Yesterday, around 2:00 p.m., missing Long Beach teenager Kylexia Newman was found by her family in Los Angeles. 


The 16-yearold was last seen the morning of June 16th and believed to have been in Compton, when she left her home without telling anyone.