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Across the Inland Empire, many are feeling the pinch of inflation and can’t keep up with the rising costs of food.
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The $250 on Diana Hernandez’s CalFresh food benefits card doesn’t go as far as it used to. A single parent, the 26-year-old juggles working at a grocery store and driving for Instacart, all while taking care of her two children.
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Like many families in the sprawling Inland Empire, the Zavalas feel the pressure record inflation this summer has put on their wallets over the past year.
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“Lights don’t feed kids,” one Democrat tweeted after the Governor’s Mansion was lit orange to raise awareness about hunger.
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COVID taught us a lot about feeding people, especially children. Here's how we can make the lessons stick.
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What impact will the increase have on food insecurity? It's a timely story worth tracking in your community.
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Every Friday afternoon from 3 to 6 p.m., the parking lot of St. Andrew's United Methodist Church on Alma Street in Palo Alto becomes a drive-thru food aid hub.
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For the survivors of the deadliest blaze in California history, the pandemic was a disaster upon a disaster. A reporter reflects on lessons learned while reporting on food insecurity after the 2018 blaze.
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Nonprofits are pivoting to help residents in a community facing the worst outbreak of COVID-19 of any zip code in the state, along with high rates of unemployment.

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