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Vergil Ortiz Jr vs Michael McKinson Fight Week, date, time, tickets, how to watch, undercard

Vergil Ortiz (18-0, 18 KOs) and Michael McKinson (21-0, 2 KOs) square off live from Galen Center at University of Southern California in Downtown Los Angeles on Saturday, March 19. The contest features undefeated knockout artist of Grand Prairie, Texas up against unbeaten No. 3-ranked WBO welterweight contender of Portsmouth, Great Britain.Ortiz Jr and McKinson battle it out for WBO International welterweight title headlining the Golden Boxy Boxing fight card live stream on ...

Vergil Ortiz (18-0, 18 KOs) and Michael McKinson (21-0, 2 KOs) square off live from Galen Center at University of Southern California in Downtown Los Angeles on Saturday, March 19. The contest features undefeated knockout artist of Grand Prairie, Texas up against unbeaten No. 3-ranked WBO welterweight contender of Portsmouth, Great Britain.

Ortiz Jr and McKinson battle it out for WBO International welterweight title headlining the Golden Boxy Boxing fight card live stream on DAZN. The bout is scheduled for twelve rounds. The date when the fight airs live in the UK and Australia is Sunday, March 20.

In the co-main event Orange County’s Alexis Rocha (18-1, 12 KOs) of Santa Ana, CA and Philadelphia’s Blair Cobbs (15-0-1, 10 KOs) meet a ten-rounder at welterweight. Also on the card Bektemir Melikuziev (8-1, 6 KOs) of Indio, CA takes on David Zegarra (34-7, 21 KOs) of Lima, Peru in a ten-rounder at light heavyweight. Kicking off the action undefeated Evan Sanchez (9-0, 6 KOs) of Parlier, CA and Alejandro Munera (6-6-4, 5 KOs) of Medellin, Colombia do a six-round battle at welterweight.

Ortiz Jr vs McKinson tickets

Tickets for Vergil Ortiz Jr vs Michael McKinson at Southern California’s Galen Center in Downtown Los Angeles on Saturday, March 19 are on sale. Tickets can be purchased through Vivid Seats and Ticket Network.

Boxing fans can watch Vergil Ortiz Jr vs Michael McKinson live stream on DAZN. The date is Saturday, March 19. The start time is scheduled for 9 pm ET / 6 pm PT. The main event fighters are expected to make their ringwalks at approximately midnight / 9 pm PT.

In the UK Ortiz Jr vs McKinson airs live on Sunday, March 20. The start time is scheduled for 1 am GMT. The headline-bout is expected at around 4 am GMT.

In Australia Ortiz Jr vs McKinson airs live on Sunday, March 20. The start time is scheduled for 12 pm AEDT. The main event is expected at approximately 3 pm AEDT.

A number of events have been scheduled for Ortiz Jr vs McKinson Fight Week leading to the date when the fighters meet inside the boxing ring. The list of events held at Golden Boy Building in Los Angeles can be found below. Date and time are local.

Wednesday, March 16Ortiz Jr vs McKinson media workout is on Wednesday, March 16. The start time is 12:30 pm.

Thursday, March 17The final Ortiz Jr vs McKinson pre-fight press conference is on Thursday, March 17. The start time is 12 pm.

Friday, March 18The official Ortiz Jr vs McKinson weigh-in ceremony is conducted on Friday, March 18. The start time is 12 pm.

Among the bouts featured on Ortiz Jr vs McKinson undercard, Alex Rincon (9-0, 6 KOs) faces Luis Sanchez (9-2, 6 KOs) in an eight-rounder at super welterweight, John Ramirez (8-0,7 KOs) takes on Roberto Pucheta (10-20-3, 6 KOa) in a six-rounder at bantamweight, and Miguel Gaona (1-0) meets Gilberto Aguilar (0-4) in a four-rounder at lightweight. In addition, Ramla Ali (4-0) battles it out against Shelly Barnett (5-6-2) in a four-rounder at super bantamweight.

As well, Azat Hovhannisyan (20-3, 16 KOs), Alejandro Reyes (6-0, 4KOs) and Dalis Kaleiopu (1-0, 1 KO) are in action against the respective opponents to be named.

The current Ortiz Jr vs McKinson fight card can be found below. The finalized lineup is expected to be announced shortly.

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Families in Parlier could pay almost twice as much on their water bill by 2025

PARLIER, California (KSEE/KGPE) –Families in Parlier could start paying more for their water usage starting next month. The proposed rates would continue increasing through October 2025.“We’re trying to increase it gradually for our residents so they don’t feel such a hit really hard, especially through Covid,” said Mayor Alma Beltran, who points to state regulations as the reason behind the new rates.In 2014, the State of California adopted the ...

PARLIER, California (KSEE/KGPE) –Families in Parlier could start paying more for their water usage starting next month. The proposed rates would continue increasing through October 2025.

“We’re trying to increase it gradually for our residents so they don’t feel such a hit really hard, especially through Covid,” said Mayor Alma Beltran, who points to state regulations as the reason behind the new rates.

In 2014, the State of California adopted the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA) to help manage its groundwater. By 2040, urban water suppliers are prohibited from pumping more groundwater than it can replenish, meaning water levels must stay level compared to previous years.

According to Beltran, because of SGMA, the city will have to pay $395 per acre-foot of water starting in 2022, which is up $200 from the current rate.

That translates into an 11% increase per thousand gallons starting October 1st. In Parlier, a single-family home currently uses about 6,500 gallons on average, in one month. Under the new rates, their bill would hike up to $10.60 from $9.60. A new 12% increase would go into effect each October through 2025. By then, the average single-family household would be paying around $16.70, almost twice as much as what they pay today.

“There’s no other way we can figure out other resources to make up the difference, so it’s a process that we have to go through, yes,” said Beltran, who added that the city is still providing rent and utility assistance to families struggling during the pandemic.

For many of the city’s low-income residents, the proposed rates would put a strain on their budgets.

“I don’t think it’s fair to be charged more when the water isn’t even clean,” shared Karina Alvarez, who’s lived in Parlier for a decade and says she continues to get letters from the city warning about the contaminants in her tap water.

“The water is dirty. It feels greasy sometimes –I feel it on my skin when I shower.”

Like other residents, Karina said she spends additional money on bottled water to drink and cook with, and asks local leaders to resolve Parlier’s tap water problems before upping her bill.

Mayor Beltran said the proposed rates would also address that problem.

“We did sue the companies that use chemicals on our soil,” she said, which resulted in a $9 million settlement in 2016 to install filtering systems in city wells.

“So that will help with the contaminated water with the TCP. The problem we’re facing is it’s a $14 million project. We have to complete this project by March 2022, or we will get fined $10,000 a day by the State Water Board.”

The City Council will vote on the resolution proposing the water bill hike at its Sept. 2 meeting after hearing from public comments.

As Fresno waits on pot shops, Parlier opens dispensary. What to expect from Cannable

Cannable has spent almost two years delivering cannabis products from its headquarters in Parlier.In that time, the company has learned a thing or two.“We have all this data from the delivery service,” says Jeff Tuel, the company’s VP of sales and marketing.“We found,” he says, “that everybody likes cannabis.”He’s speaking tongue-in-cheek, certainly, but also pointing out a real, wide and growing customer base for weed products. On Thursday, Cannable held a grad open...

Cannable has spent almost two years delivering cannabis products from its headquarters in Parlier.

In that time, the company has learned a thing or two.

“We have all this data from the delivery service,” says Jeff Tuel, the company’s VP of sales and marketing.

“We found,” he says, “that everybody likes cannabis.”

He’s speaking tongue-in-cheek, certainly, but also pointing out a real, wide and growing customer base for weed products. On Thursday, Cannable held a grad opening for its brick-and-mortar dispensary on Manning Avenue in Parlier.

At less than 30 miles away, it becomes the closest physical dispensary for people in Fresno, as the city continues to work through licensing its cannabis businesses. At least one Fresno shop has applied for its conditional use permit and says it could be open by early spring.

Cannable already offers its full range of products for next-day delivery in the Fresno area, within a two-hour window. They also launched a new express menu, where customers can order direct from a list of what’s available in the delivery car closest to them.

Those deliveries can be made in less than 20 minutes, Tuel says.

The 3,000-square-foot store employs 20 people and allows Cannable to expands its stock of product lines, which customers can order for pre-paid pickup.

It will also fill a void in the education of its customers, Tuel says.

With the delivery service, customers are forced to reply on product descriptions or their limited interactions with the drivers, which the company likes to keep at a minimum for sake of speed.

“A lot of folks have questions on the delivery side: ‘Is five milligrams of cannabis lot? Is it too little?’”

Along with the delivery service and store, Cannable’s parent company, Greenbrier Holdings, also runs a manufacturing facility in Parlier, where it makes it own line of products from marijuana cultivated at a greenhouse farm in Santa Barbara.

Cannable’s branded products have names like Half Pipe and hit an underserved “value” market, Tuel says.

“We’re not trying to do anything fancy or shiny,” he says.

“We’re like the Jack Daniels of the cannabis industry.”

This story was originally published November 11, 2021 3:02 PM.

The Best Things To Do In LA And SoCal This Week: April 4 - 7

Help keep LAist independent, paywall-free, and ready to meet the needs of our city by making a donation during our spring fundraiser. Plus, you'll get us one step closer to unlocking an important $10,000 challenge for local news!Watch a group of all-star musicians pay tribute to Paul Simon’s music. Take in the magic of the Alvin Ailey dancers. Catch H.E.R. in concert. Laugh along to comics at the Popular Kids Club.Monday, April 4; 7 p.m. (doors)Bob MouldTroubadour9081 Santa Monica Blvd., West Hol...

Help keep LAist independent, paywall-free, and ready to meet the needs of our city by making a donation during our spring fundraiser. Plus, you'll get us one step closer to unlocking an important $10,000 challenge for local news!

Watch a group of all-star musicians pay tribute to Paul Simon’s music. Take in the magic of the Alvin Ailey dancers. Catch H.E.R. in concert. Laugh along to comics at the Popular Kids Club.

Monday, April 4; 7 p.m. (doors)

Bob MouldTroubadour9081 Santa Monica Blvd., West HollywoodThe veteran musician Bob Mould (Hüsker Dü) presents a night of solo electric tunes as part of his Distortion and Blue Hearts tour. H.C. McEntire, frontwoman of Mount Moriah, opens the show.COST: $27.50; MORE INFO

Tuesday, April 5; 7:30 p.m.

H.E.R.: Back Of My Mind Tour YouTube Theater1011 S. Stadium Dr., Inglewood The GRAMMY and Academy Award-winning singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist is on tour in support of her debut studio album Back of My Mind.COST: $79.50; MORE INFO

Tuesday, April 5: 6 - 10 p.m.

Salastina’s Sounds Delicious: OutlanderPrivate location and virtualFor fans of the Starz historical-fantasy-romance Outlander, Salastina holds an outdoor dinner concert in a private location that traces a musical journey of Jamie and Claire from the Scottish highlands to Colonial America and 1960s Boston. The themed four-course meal is crafted by chef Becky Brown and Mercedes Curran creates the atmosphere. Food historian Marissa Nicosia adds context to the dishes and setting. There’s a free virtual component if you can’t make the dinner.COST: $225; MORE INFO

Wednesday, April 6 - ongoing

Rooftop Cinema Club DTLA Reopening4th floor at Level, 888 South Olive St, downtown L.A.The outdoor venue reopens for the spring season this week with a screening of LA LA Land (Wednesday), followed by West Side Story (2021) on Thursday. Movie snacks and a light food menu is available, and guests 21+ are welcome to bring their own beer, wine and canned cocktails.COST: Tickets start at $19.50; MORE INFO

Wednesday April 6 - Thursday, April 7; Sunday, April 10

MUSE/IQUE: Laurel CanyonThe Huntington (April 6 - 7)1151 Oxford Rd., San Marino

The Skirball (July 18)2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd., BrentwoodThe performing arts organization MUSE/IQUE salutes the music that emanated from Laurel Canyon in the 1960s and 1970s. Explore that period of music history, from The Mamas and the Papas to Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young, Linda Ronstadt and Joni Mitchell. The event is part of L.A. Composed: A Festival of Los Angeles Music.COST: Starts at $75 (which includes a trial membership to MUSE/IQUE and admission to three consecutive events); MORE INFO

Wednesday, April 6 - Sunday, April 10

Alvin Ailey American Dance TheaterThe Music Center’s Dorothy Chandler Pavilion135 N. Grand Avenue, downtown L.A. Ailey’s renowned artists return to present three distinct programs, including a Battle 10th Anniversary program; an All Ailey program featuring Blues Suite, and a Lazarus program that focuses on innovator Rennie Harris’s acclaimed work. Each performance culminates in Alvin Ailey’s American masterpiece Revelations.COST: Tickets start at $34; MORE INFO

Wednesday, April 6; 7:30 p.m.

Homeward Bound - A Grammy Salute to the Songs of Paul SimonHollywood Pantages Theatre6233 Hollywood Blvd., HollywoodThe live concert includes an all-star lineup paying tribute to the singer-songwriter's legendary career. The salute will air on CBS later in 2022 and will feature additional guest appearances and performances. Performers include: Brandi Carlile, Rhiannon Giddens, Angélique Kidjo, Little Big Town, Dave Matthews, Brad Paisley, Billy Porter, Shaggy, Take 6, Irma Thomas, Trombone Shorty, Stevie Wonder and Simon.COST: Tickets start at $90; MORE INFO

Wednesday, April 6 - Sunday, May 8

Blues for an Alabama SkyCenter Theatre Group / Mark Taper Forum135 N. Grand Ave., downtown L.A.Set in 1930s Harlem, this revival of Pearl Cleage’s timeless work is directed by Phylicia Rashad, who originated the role of Angel, the free-spirited Cotton Club singer, more than 25 years ago. Rashad directs a cast that includes Joe Holt, Nija Okoro, Dennis Pearson, Greg Alverez Reid and Kim Steele. A Black Out Night, intended for Black-identifying audience members, is scheduled for Friday, April 8.COST: Tickets start at $30; MORE INFO

Thursday, April 7; 9 p.m.

Puddles Pity PartyEl Rey Theatre5515 Wilshire Blvd., Mid-WilshireBig Mike Geier's alter ego — a nearly 7-foot-clown crooner — performs covers and originals with a melancholic twinge. Comedian and musician Dave Hill opens.COST: $45; MORE INFO

Thursday, April 7; 12 p.m.

UCLA’s “First Thursdays” Across from 1036 Broxton Ave., Westwood VillageThe monthly series features both day and evening events, starting with a farmers market and composting demos that run from noon to 5 p.m. Beginning at 6:30 p.m., the event turns into a “Neon Nights” block party with a live DJ, neon dance floor, giveaways, art and food vendors.COST: FREE; MORE INFO

Thursday, April 7; 6 p.m.

What Would The End Of Mass Incarceration Mean For Prison Towns? Streaming live from Susanville, Calif.Susanville in Lassen County is home to two state prisons. With the state government intent on closing institutions, what will that mean for rural communities dependent upon the facilities? The Zócalo panel features Lassen Community College President Trevor Albertson, Parlier mayor and retired correctional officer Alma Beltran, and academic John M. Eason, author of Big House on the Prairie: Rise of the Rural Ghetto and Prison Proliferation.COST: FREE; MORE INFO

Thursday, April 7; 8 p.m.

Popular Kids ClubVerdugo Bar3408 Verdugo Rd., Glassell ParkThe popular kids have a new venue this month, taking over the patio at Verdugo Bar. The comedy lineup includes Todd Glass, Joe Mande and Teresa Lee, Greg Barris and Taylor Garron. There’s free pizza for guests while supplies last, courtesy of Slasher Pizza.COST: $8 - $12; MORE INFO

Through Sunday, April 10

PaleyFest LA Dolby Theatre6801 Hollywood Blvd., HollywoodThe TV festival returns in person this year with special screenings and panel discussions with casts and creatives. The festival continues this week with Ghosts and The Neighborhood, Hacks, Cobra Kai, Riverdale, Better Call Saul and A Salute to the NCIS Universe.COST: Individual tickets start at $26.25; passes available; MORE INFO

Viewing Pick

Everything Everywhere All at OnceEverything Everywhere All at Once opened in limited release on March 25 and opens in wide release on April 8. Directed by Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert (aka Daniels), who wrote and directed the 2016 film Swiss Army Man (2016), the highly inventive film is a comedy, sci-fi adventure, fantasy and family drama about a “Chinese American woman (Michelle Yeoh) who can't seem to finish her taxes.” The film also stars Stephanie Hsu, Ke Huy Quan, Jenny Slate, Harry Shum Jr., with James Hong and Jamie Lee Curtis.

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Fresno, CA – One person airlifted after collision near Parlier

FRESNO, CA (February 15, 2022) – According to California Highway Patrol, one person was seriously injured and had to be airlifted to receive serious medical treatment after a vehicle collision near Parlier.The driver of a truck ran a stop sign at the intersection of Rose and Zediker Avenues and collided with the side of an SUV.According to the CHP, a male passenger of the SUV had to be airlifted to receive medical attention. According to CHP, the female driver of the SUV and the driver of the truck suffered minor i...

FRESNO, CA (February 15, 2022) – According to California Highway Patrol, one person was seriously injured and had to be airlifted to receive serious medical treatment after a vehicle collision near Parlier.

The driver of a truck ran a stop sign at the intersection of Rose and Zediker Avenues and collided with the side of an SUV.

According to the CHP, a male passenger of the SUV had to be airlifted to receive medical attention. According to CHP, the female driver of the SUV and the driver of the truck suffered minor injuries.

Officials do not suspect DUI.

Fresno Car Accidents

Overwhelming stress and negative consequences often result from a serious auto accident. Typically, victims are filled with questions and doubt and unsure of how to move forward.

Fortunately, a large percentage of people who are hurt in motor vehicle accidents only end up with minor injuries. However, additional tens of thousands of victims will most likely require hospitalization, surgeries, and emergency medical treatment for their injuries.

Depending on the type of crash, the odds of critical and life-threatening injuries may be higher for certain people. In more severe scenarios, car accident victims receive traumatic brain injuries, injuries to their spinal cord, broken and fractured bones, as well as additional injuries that leave them to deal with overwhelming physical pain and emotional trauma that can last for weeks, months, or even longer.

Working with an aggressive and skilled legal team in the aftermath of your car accident can make a huge difference in your ability to recover. Since 1983, personal injury lawyers in Fresno at Torem & Associates have helped thousands of victims throughout California defend their legal rights after being injured in accidents that were caused by reckless and negligent drivers.

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Our attorneys are committed to helping our clients get the justice they are entitled to after suffering financial, physical, and mental damages as a result of another person’s negligence.

In addition to the physical and mental suffering and pain that victims must endure, they are often faced with mounting medical bills while being forced to take time off of work for their injuries. When people are hurt in accidents resulting from negligent and reckless drivers, they should reach out to a car crash lawyer in Fresno as soon as possible. Victims may be entitled to compensation to help alleviate the financial burdens they will inevitably face moving forward in their lives.

We provide reliable and aggressive legal representation to make sure that our clients are in the best position possible to move forward, get the medical treatment they need for their injuries and recovery. If you have been injured in an accident, and you believe a negligent driver caused your accident, contact our Fresno personal injury law firm at (888) 500-5000 to see how we can help you.

Note: Our team of writers utilizes secondary sources when creating these posts. These sources include but are not limited to local news reports, police accident reports, and eyewitness accounts about serious injury accidents in Stockton. For that reason, the details surrounding the incident have not been independently verified by our team of writers. If you locate any information that is not correct in our post, please contact our firm right away so that we correct the post to reflect the most accurate information available.

Disclaimer: Our firm, Torem & Associates, has worked hard to become valued members of the local business community. We write these posts as a way to bring awareness to the dangers of driving or being a passenger in any type of automobile accident. We hope that through awareness, people will use additional caution when out on the roadways in Stockton and throughout California to prevent being seriously injured in a crash. This post is not intended to be a solicitation for business. The information provided in this post is meant to be informational and is not intended to be misconstrued as legal or medical advice. The photos used in the post are not representative of the actual accident scene.

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