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Riverside County Urges Residents To Cooperate With Contact Tracing EffortsAs intensive care unit beds continued to fill up with new coronavirus patients, fewer people were cooperating with Riverside County contact tracers.

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Northridge Family Subject To Anti-Asian Racist Rant In CarmelBrittney Hopper reports.

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Coronavirus Controversy: OC Health Department Doesn't Require Restaurants To Report OutbreaksSome residents are concerned that restaurants aren't required to report this information.

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LA County Reports Record-High 4,000 Cases, Officials Say Half Of Increase Due To Delayed ReportsThe Southland continued to see spikes in coronavirus cases Tuesday, with Los Angeles County reporting more than 4,000 new cases, though officials said have of those were due to delayed reporting.

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Southland Universities Weigh Impact Of ICE Directive On International StudentsUniversities across the Southland Tuesday said they were reviewing a directive from federal immigration authorities that could force thousands of international students out of the country if schools offer online-only courses due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

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Proposed Los Angeles City Residential Vacancy Tax Pushed to 2022The Los Angeles City Council recently considered a vacancy tax intended to reduce the number of vacant residential units.

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Different Types of Bathroom RenovationsBathroom remodel contractors West Los Angeles If you are thinking to renovate your old-fashion bathroom to a new modern one, then you should have a good idea on different types of bathroom renovations that are available now.

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Trump Pushes States To Reopen Schools This Fall As Coronavirus Pandemic RagesAs the coronavirus pandemic rages across the nation, hospitals from Florida to California are nearing capacity.

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New Coronavirus Test Gives Results in Minutes, Not DaysA new COVID-19 rapid test promises results before you leave the clinic, when you still may be contagious, not days later.

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Who's Hiring: SoFi StadiumSoFi Stadium is looking to hire 3,000 new team members doing everything from ticket taking and parking to security and maintenance.

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L.A. Sheriff's Department employee arrested after alleged sexual misconduct with detaineesAn employee with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of engaging in sexual activity with a detainee, sheriff's officials said.

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Fire Crews Put Out Blaze At Pico-Union Paint StoreAccording to the Los Angeles Fire Department, the blaze started at about 6:30 p.m. outside of the shop in the 1600 block of Vermont Avenue.

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Fire Crews Battle Blaze At Pico-Union Paint StoreAccording to the Los Angeles Fire Department, the blaze started at about 6:30 p.m. outside of the shop in the 1600 block of Vermont Avenue.

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Coronavirus Today: What we don't know about deathsOur special-edition newsletter breaks down the latest coronavirus news, including whether we'll see an increase in deaths as cases and hospitalizations soar.

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Report: LAPD Investigating Allegations of 'Blue Flu' Organized Sick Calls Over July 4th WeekendThe LAPD is investigating whether a spike in officers calling in sick over the holiday weekend was part of an organized protest against the city slashing $150 million from the agency's budget.

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Dodgers' absences from training camp without explanation grows to seven playersPitchers Tony Gonsolin and Scott Alexander and catcher Keibert Ruiz join four other Dodgers who have not participated in training camp without an explanation.

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Angels decline to explain absences of as many as 10 players from training campIt is unknown whether the absent Angels players tested positive for COVID-19. Teams may not reveal that information without permission from players.

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14 LAFD Firefighters At LAX Station Test Positive For COVID-19According to LAFD, the firefighters were at home after testing positive either Monday or Tuesday.

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10K Stolen From Young Ice Skaters' Fireworks FundraiserAround $10,000 was stolen from a fireworks sale in Anaheim on Saturday that would have benefitted the young ice skaters of Matrix Synchronized Skating.

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Local Charter Schools Receive Millions In PPP Loans As Area Districts Struggle To Find Money To ReopLocal charter schools have received millions in paycheck protection program loans - money traditional public schools were not able to apply for - leaving some parents crying foul.

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Over $10K Stolen From Fireworks FundraiserWhile everyone was watching fireworks, a thief stole thousands from a fireworks stand that would have benefitted a group of young SoCal ice skaters.

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'It's Not Fair': Local Charter Schools Receive Millions In PPP Loans As Area Districts Struggle To Find Money To Reopen SafelySeveral local private schools also received PPP funding, including some of which charge upwards of $30,000 in tuition.

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Amber Lee's Weather ForecastA quick cool down in SoCal this week before temperatures start the heat up again.

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Homelessness in Los Angeles growing worse during coronavirus pandemicAn increasing number of tarps and tents around the city of Los Angeles is bearing witness to how the already-severe homelessness crisis has grown worse during the coronavirus pandemic.

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L.A. County plans to fine restaurants that violate COVID-19 health ordersHealth officials will be allowed to impose fines or revoke the permits of restaurants caught violating coronavirus guidelines.

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SoCal Residents Support Black-Owned Businesses For Blackout Day 2020Black Americans are looking to showcase their economic power this Tuesday by refusing to spend money, except at Black-owned businesses.

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LA County Votes To Initiate Plan To Close Men's Central Jail Within The YearThe Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted 4-0 Tuesday to initiate a plan to close in within the year.

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LA County Health Officials Begin Text-Message Coronavirus SurveyIn hopes of better tracking the impact of the coronavirus in specific communities, the county Department of Public Health Tuesday announced a voluntary text-message-based survey that will send weekly health inquiries to participants.

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Laugh Factory Unveils Massive 148-Foot Black Lives Matter Mural In HollywoodThe Laugh Factory In Hollywood will unveil a massive Black Lives Matter mural Tuesday afternoon honoring those who have lost their lives to police brutality.

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Dr. Michael Drake Named First Black President Of UCDr. Michael Drake was named the first Black president of the University of California system Tuesday.

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University Of California Names First Black PresidentThe University of California system has named Dr. Michael Drake to replace Janet Napolitano and become its first Black president.

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Experts Warn Masks Can Give Some False Sense Of Security, Encourage People To Socially DistanceChief Medical Officer at USC Medical Center and infectious disease specialist Brad Spellberg says scientists know COVID 19 can be airborne and wearing a mask can give some a false sense of security.

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LA County Supervisors Push Sheriff Villanueva For Transparency On Deputy ShootingsThe Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors Tuesday approved a number of motions designed to push Sheriff Alex Villanueva to be more transparent and cooperative with the Office of the Inspector General's investigations into fatal shootings by sheriff's deputies.

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Caught On Video: Woman Wanted In South Gate Killing Of KittenA woman is wanted Tuesday after being caught on surveillance video carrying off a kitten who was later found dead on a South Gate street.

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Woman Wanted In South Gate Killing Of KittenA woman is wanted Tuesday after being caught on surveillance video carrying off a kitten who was later found dead on a South Gate street.

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L.A. County coronavirus surge worsens with 4,000 new cases, higher infection rateOfficials confirmed 46 more coronavirus-related deaths and 4,015 additional cases Tuesday - the highest number of infections the county has reported in a single day.

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SAG-AFTRA's Los Angeles Board Rejects Ratification Of Film and TV ContractThe board of directors SAG-AFTRA's Los Angeles Local voted overwhelmingly Tuesday - strictly along the guild's fractious party lines - to oppose ratification of the union's new film and TV contract.

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Afternoon Update: L.A. Breaks Another New Single-Day COVID-19 RecordAlso a tech CEO's racist rant and other stories you may have missed today.

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Los Angeles rock duo more releases new video for "God's in the Details"July 7, 2020 - Today, Los Angeles rock duo more eleases a brand-new version of the video for the track "God's In The Details ." Keough, an award-winning actor, stars in the video as well as co-directed along with Gina Gammell.

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Los Angeles Lakers: Rajon Rondo, Kyle Kuzma Placed On 'Hot Seat' Ahead Of RestartRajon Rondo and Kyle Kuzma have been placed on the "hot seat" heading to the joust in the Florida bubble.

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Whittier Moves Forward on Homeless Navigation CenterEarlier this year, the City of Whittier announced both a site and a service provider for a new homeless navigation center that will provide 139 beds for people experiencing homelessness as well as access to resources to help them transition to more permanent housing.

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Facebook hate-speech meeting disappoints civil rights groupsMark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg met with civil rights groups to discuss how Facebook can better remove hate speech and disinformation.

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West Nile Virus Reemerges In Long Beach, Marking City's First Human Case Of 2020The West Nile virus reemerged in the Southland on Tuesday, with the city of Long Beach reporting its first human case of the year.

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Could Men's Central Jail close in a year? LA County supervisors want to find outFor years, both civil rights advocates and labor groups representing jail employees have said the county should close the dilapidated and dangerous jail first opened in 1963.

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LAPD investigates 'Blue Flu' claims after officers call in sick over July 4 holidayTop LAPD officials are investigating whether an unusual spike in officers calling out sick over the July 4 weekend was the result of an orchestrated protest, which would be illegal.

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LA Job Update 07/07/2020Aecom Healthcare Construction Program ManagerSenior Program Manager - Transit and RailGlobal Wastewater Technical Practice and Market Sector Director, Risk and ControlsSr Analyst Financial Analyst - FP and AProject Manager, AECOM HUNT Blur Senior Level Camera Layout / Previs Artist Gensler Technical Designer Lionsgate Financial Analyst,...

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Michael V. Drake named new UC president, first Black leader in system's 152-year historyMichael V. Drake, a national champion for access and equity who previously headed Ohio State University and UC Irvine, was selected Tuesday as the new president of the University of California and first Black leader in the system's 152-year history.

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Los Angeles County seeks to impose fines on business that do not comply with COVID guidelinesLos Angeles County businesses could soon face penalties for ignoring public safety measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

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Orange County Reports Over 1,000 New COVID-19 Cases, 3 Additional DeathsOrange County health officials reported 1,010 new COVID-19 cases and three additional deaths Tuesday.

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Drive-In Movie Night Pop-Ups Around LA for Summer 2020It may not be picnicking in the cemetery, but these drive-in movie pop-up series might just be this summer's hot ticket.

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Coronavirus testing shortages worsen across L.A.L.A. County officials have said that testing capacity is continuing to expand, but limited availability has stymied those seeking to be tested for weeks.

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LA County Reports Over 4,000 New Coronavirus Cases, 46 More DeathsLos Angeles County health officials reported 4,015 new coronavirus cases on Tuesday, attributing about half of the cases to a backlog from a single lab from Thursday through Sunday.

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Justice Department says investigation of FBI's handling of Larry Nassar case remains ongoingMichael E. Horowitz, the inspector, in a letter to Sen. John Cornyn stated that the Justice Department Office of the Inspector General's 22-month investigation "of the allegations concerning the FBI's handling of the Nassar investigation is ongoing, and we are working diligently to complete it."

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Hollywood's Laugh Factory unveils 48-foot-long mural in tribute to Black Lives MatterFive Black artists — Alexandra Allie Belisle, Amanda Ferrell Hale, Noah Humes, PeQue Brown and Shplinton — created the mural commissioned by The Laugh Factory and Los Angeles Fourth District Counci...

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Brush Fire Breaks Out In Simi ValleyThe California Highway Patrol has shut down at least two westbound lanes of the freeway at Kuehner Drive.

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4,015 new cases of coronavirus shatter LA County's single-day record; 48 deaths reportedSome 2,000 of those new cases, however, were from test results received from one lab that just submitted results from July 2-5.

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Up and Coming Digital Marketing Agency in Los Angeles Sees National SuccessNITRO PLUG ranked among best digital marketing agencies in the United States, winning the 2020 National Excellence Award in Digital Marketing.

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Ex-Rams' player Mark Barron to auction off Chatsworth homeFormer Rams linebacker Mark Barron has teamed up with Heritage Auctions to sell his Chatsworth mansion in a no-reserve auction, scheduled for Tuesday, July 14.

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Allyson Felix, Mt. SAC part of virtual world class track meetIt was during this period that Christoph Joho, co-director of Zurich's Weltklasse, the most important and richest annual track meet in the world, came to the realization that event would likely have to be canceled.

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Bavel and Bestia's Culinary Power Couple Reflects on Weathering the ShutdownBavel and Bestia are preparing to welcome outdoor guests once again. Ori Menashe and Genevieve Gergis tell us about their experience during the shutdown.

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Man Wanted For Exposing Himself, Sexually Assaulting Woman At Covina LaundromatPolice are searching for a man they say sexually assaulted a woman at a Covina coin laundromat.

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Track standout Christian Rodriguez finds hope for his futureDorsey graduate Christian Rodriguez picks up a late scholarship from San Jose State to compete in the 800 meters.

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Los Angeles County Coronavirus Update: New Cases Skyrocket As Test Positivity Rate Hits 11.6 PercentThe Los Angeles County Department of Public Health on Tuesday confirmed 4,015 new cases of COVID-19, the region's highest number of new cases reported since the pandemic began.

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After March meltdowns, LA County aims to redeem voter confidence in $300 million ballot systemL.A County Registrar Dean Logan said a beefed-up assessment process, which requires the county's "Voting Solutions For All People" system to undergo a vigorous third-party testing regimen independent of the county and its election vendor, began 10 days ago.

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Officials extend relaxed parking rules in Los Angeles until Aug. 1 amid coronavirus surgeThe Los Angeles City Council voted to extend relaxed parking enforcement as coronavirus cases rise, which means no tickets for cars parked during L.A.'s rush hour and anti-gridlock zones, or where street sweeping signs are posted.

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Major League Soccer season set to resume amid uncertainty caused by COVID-19For the first time since March, Major League Soccer will play a competitive game as the MLS is Back Tournament begins Wednesday in Orlando, Florida.

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Sunny Leone is enjoying sunny days in Los Angeles, has a fun dip in a pool. Watch new videoActor Sunny Leone is clearly enjoying her time in Los Angeles, and from her various posts, it looks like the coronavirus has become a distant reality for her family.

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USC, UC, CSU, Loyola Marymount praise international students in wake of ICE directiveSouthern California university officials said Tuesday they are reviewing a directive from federal immigration authorities that could force thousands of international students out of the country if schools offer only online courses due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Alexander: Are the odds now against having full seasons?As teams assemble and coronavirus cases mount, it's increasingly apparent how steep the challenge is to keep everyone healthy.

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Mortgage injustice: Blacks twice as likely to get rejected for a loanNational stats compiled by Lending Tree show 12.64% of mortgage applicants from Blacks were rejected in 2019 vs. 6.15% for all purchase-loan submissions.

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Los Angeles County Coronavirus Update: Officials Creating Plan To Fine Businesses That Don't Comply With COVID-19 GuidelinesOn Tuesday, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted to instruct the Director of Public Health to create a plan for how her department will fine businesses that ignore the county's c...

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Five-Story, 51-Unit Apartment Building Planned Near CSUNA 1950s commercial building near Cal State University Northridge could be redeveloped with multifamily housing, according to plans submitted recently to the City of Los Angeles.

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Closed for coronavirus, LA hazardous household waste disposal centers will now reopenLASAN said extra measures for safety and social distancing have been put in place at the Solvents Automotive Flammables and Electronic, or S.A.F.E., centers to protect employees and residents from contamination from either waste or COVID-19.

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List: Support a Black-Owned Business in Southern CaliforniaTuesday has been designated Blackout Day 2020, a day of economic solidarity that encourages people to support Black-owned businesses nationwide.

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Police: Man In Gas Mask Breaks Into Fumigated Ventura Home, Takes Off With Safe Containing $20K In CashPolice say the man broke into a home in the 9500 block of Las Cruces Street at about 1 a.m.

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Los Angeles sells $1.76B of notes as cash-laden buyers grab new muni dealsMunicipals showed strength Tuesday in the face of new supply as long yields dipped as much as two basis points.

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Column: Donald Trump's divisive reelection strategyHe will stoke the racial resentment of his white base.

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Halle Berry Pulls Out Of Transgender Film Role, ApologizesActress Halle Berry Monday night said she has pulled out of a movie project in which she was allegedly slated to portray a transgender character following controversy over comments she made last week while discussing the role.

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Brush Fire Erupts In Mission Hills, Transformer Explosion May Be To BlameThe blaze may have been caused by a transformer explosion. There may be downed power lines.

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Cesar Conde sets diversity goal for NBCUniversal News GroupIn a message to employees, Cesar Conde wants his newsrooms to look more like the nation's population.

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First Look: S.O.L. is a Sunny Spot for a Quick BiteThe new S.O.L. cafe in West Hollywood combines Aussie classics with California ingredients and is the perfect fit for the current dining landscape.

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10 L.A.-Based Black, Queer Designers and Brands to Support Right NowFrom runway-ready couture to handmade earrings and glasses, these designers make L.A. more beautiful.

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California Sues Over Rule That Would Divert Millions From CARES Act Toward Private SchoolsSecretary of Education Betsy DeVos issued a rule last month that critics say would divert hundreds of millions of aid from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, or CARES Act, to private school students.

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172 Apartments + Retail Proposed in Marina del ReyA nearly two-acre strip mall in Marina del Rey could be redeveloped with multifamily housing and retail space, under a plan from two local real estate investment firms.

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2 Men Arrested In Looting Of REI, Vans Stores In Santa MonicaTwo men have been arrested in connection with looting at REI and Vans stores in Santa Monica after protests turned violent.

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In Los Angeles, Rich Neighborhoods Enjoy More Street Trees and a Lot More BirdsCity-owned trees—especially native species—offer important habitat for urban birds, a study finds. But the benefits aren't evenly distributed.

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'There Are Always Two Sides To The Story And Then There's The Truth': Keith David On 'NCIS: New Orleans'The actor discusses his extremely relevant episode of "NCIS: New Orleans" that examines racial bias and policing.

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Firefighters get control of Mission Hills brush blaze in which explosion was heardFire authorities reported the explosion is believed to have come from a transformer.

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Investigators Determine Target Shooting Ignited Mount R Brush Fire, Seek Person Of InterestInvestigators have determined the preliminary cause of the Mount R Fire was related to target shooting.

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Mary Trump's book offers scathing portrayal of presidentPresident Donald Trump's niece offers a scathing portrayal of her uncle in a new book obtained by The Associated Press Tuesday that credits a "perfect storm of catastrophes" for exposing the president at his worst.

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Ex-LA City Councilman Mitch Englander Pleads Guilty To Corruption ChargesFormer Los Angeles City Councilman Mitch Englander plead guilty Tuesday to federal charges for his role in an ongoing "pay-to-play" scheme in which major real estate developers bribed L.A. City Hall officials.

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California AG Sues Department Of Education Over CARES ActSecretary of Education Betsy DeVos wants to divert hundreds of millions from the CARES Act to private schools.

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Transient sentenced to 141 years to life for Pacific Palisades crime spreeBrian Thomas Cruz, now 50, broke into a woman's home on Aug. 11, 2014, and forced her at knifepoint to drive him from her house, police and prosecutors said.

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One of OC's Only Remaining Black-Owned Restaurants Serves Fine Smoked Meats to Sunny Huntington BeachThe newly opened Orange County smokehouse Beale's Texas BBQ is forging ahead in spite of a pandemic, protests, and rising meat prices.

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5-Acre Brush Fire Erupts In Mission HillsFirefighters early Tuesday afternoon were battling a 5-acre brush fire possibly linked to a transformer explosion in the Mission Hills neighborhood of the San Fernando Valley.

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Former L.A. City Councilman Mitch Englander Pleads Guilty in Corruption CaseFormer Los Angeles City Councilman Mitch Englander pleaded guilty to one count of "scheming to falsify material facts" Tuesday.

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Philadelphia Eagles WR DeSean Jackson apologizes for anti-Semitic postThe three-time Pro Bowl wide receiver out of Long Beach Poly featured a quote on his Instagram story that he attributed to Adolf Hitler.

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LA County Health Officials Create Text-Based Coronavirus Survey To Help Track Community ImpactThe county Department of Public Health announced Tuesday a voluntary text message-based survey that will send weekly health inquiries to participants in hopes of better tracking the impact of the coronavirus in specific communities.

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Halle Berry apologizes and steps away from transgender role after backlash"As a cisgender woman, I now understand that I should not have considered this role," Halle Berry said after expressing interest in playing a trans character.

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LA Reopens Household Hazardous Waste Disposal CentersThis weekend, the city of Los Angeles will reopen its household hazardous waste disposal centers after shuttering them more than ago because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Maurice Jones-Drew details Cam Akers role with Los Angeles RamsAs NFL training camps begin to open later this month, the Los Angeles Rams are preparing to find the starting running back.

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Keith David On "NCIS: New Orleans" and Hollywood CareerThe actor talks with CBS Local's DJ Sixsmith about his episode of NCIS: New Orleans called Biased on CBS, remaining a consistent present in Hollywood and the death of George Floyd.

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What Disney World's reopening could mean for DisneylandThe reopening of Disney's Florida theme parks with additional health and safety measures including mandatory face masks, temperature checks, reduced attendance, social distancing and enhanced sanitization is expected to serve as a blueprint for Disneyland and Disney California Adventure.

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July 4 celebrations in Southern California look different this year amid coronavirus case spikeA holiday traditionally marked with the crackle of fireworks in the nighttime sky will see a lot less color as cities postpone or cancel concerts, parades and other festivities following a continuing surge of coronavirus cases and hospitalizations.

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Danielle Gersh's Weather ForecastAnother warm day on Tuesday with a high of 76 for the beaches and 95 for the valleys.

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What if I have a dispute with Amazon over returned items? Ask the lawyerResearch indicates that used or open box items purchased and shipped from Amazon can in most cases be returned within 30 days of receipt; however, Items that have been resized, damaged or otherwise...

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Virtual event with authors Michael Connelly, Karen Grigsby Bates, Attica Locke, Joe Ide and Tod GoldbergBest-selling author Michael Connelly - and creator of the popular Amazon TV series "Bosch" now entering its seventh season - will join the all-star lineup this Friday for the Mystery andCrime episode of Southern California News Group's virtual "Lit Up: Summer Reading Series" hosted by NPR commentator, author and performer Sandra Tsing Loh.

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Soledad fire: Containment up as forecasters warn about weatherOfficials warn that hot temperatures, low relative humidities, locally gusty winds and drying fuels will bring elevated fire weather conditions.

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Dodgers still seeking a championship; Would the sprint title be legitimate?Dodgers are a contender in a season they know is like no other, there are going to be questions, but Kershaw says a title shouldn't come with an asterisk.

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15 Restaurants for Kid-Friendly Carryout in Los AngelesA number of LA restaurants have resumed dine-in service. The level of service offered is indicated on each map point.

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L.A. County and City to Give $3 Million in Grants to Small BusinessesLos Angeles County and the City of Los Angeles have joined forces to deploy $3 million dollars in grants to small businesses, non-profits, and micro-entrepreneurs impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Doane Liu: COVID-19, Convention Centers, and Our New Fear of FlyingTune in for this fascinating and sobering conversation on the pandemic's potential effects on Los Angeles' tourism outlook.

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Music PickBack in April, word came around that 16 year old indie pop artist Evann McIntosh had signed to Mom+Pop,.

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DeVos rejects part-time reopening for schools amid pandemicEducation Secretary Betsy DeVos on Tuesday assailed plans by some local districts to offer in-person instruction only a few days a week and said schools must be "fully operational" even amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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Marine Corps Says Person Shot Self at California BaseThe U.S. Marine Corps says a person who was surrounded by military police responding to reports of an active shooter on a California Marine Corps base has...

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Trump's niece writes that his failings 'threaten us all'President Trump's attitude and policies were shaped by neglect and trauma growing up, his niece claims in a new book obtained by The Times.

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2020 Los Angeles Gladiators Summer Showdown Tournament RecapThe Overwatch League community was treated to the Summer Showdown Tournament during America's Fourth of July weekend.

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Los Angeles COVID-19 update: LA County sees new one-day record for cases but backlog was a factorThe US is about to reach 3 million covid cases. Here's what the days leading up to that grim milestone have looked like.

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Support for Black-Owned Small Business Needs to Last Longer Than This MomentVeteran LA restaurateur Brad Johnson argues that to save small Black-owned businesses, we must also demand Black leadership at the big ones.

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Disgraced Ex-LA City Councilman Mitch Englander Pleads Guilty To Corruption ChargesEnglander purportedly accepted thousands of dollars in cash, a female escort and expensive hotel rooms from an unnamed businessman during two trips to Las Vegas and Palm Springs - and then tried to cover it up.

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Former L.A. Councilman Mitchell Englander pleads guilty in City Hall corruption caseFormer Los Angeles City Councilman Mitchell Englander pleaded guilty to a single felony charge Tuesday in the ongoing corruption probe of City Hall, admitting he schemed to prevent federal investigators from learning about cash and other freebies he received from a Southern California businessman.

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Ex-LA Councilman Mitchell Englander pleads guilty in City Hall corruption caseEnglander pleaded guilty in federal court Tuesday to one felony count of scheming to falsify material facts amid an ongoing FBI probe into "pay-to-play" style corruption at City Hall.

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Responding to Art: Sacred Spaces, Cultural Memory, and the Sanctuary of NatureLeft: Frederick H. Evans, A Sea Of Steps - Wells Cathedral, 1903, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, The Marjorie and Leonard Vernon Collection, gift of The Annenberg Foundation and Carol Vernon and Robert Turbin, photo Museum Associates / LACMA; Right: Isaak Major, Marco Sadeler, Crossroads in a Forest, 17th century, Los Angeles County Museum of...

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Fans Can Be At Angels Season Opener With $89 Cutouts Of ThemselvesLocal health and safety guidelines prohibit fans from attending games at the Oakland Coliseum this season - but fans can still make their presence known by buying a cutout of themselves.

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450M Exposition Park Development Scheduled to Break Ground in 2021The City of Los Angeles has signed off on revised plans for Exposition Landing, a mixed-use development slated for the southeast corner of 39th and Figueroa Streets.

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LA's Bar and Nightclub Owners Once Again Say They're Left in the DarkAlso: A few big coffee openings are now kaput, and Tail O' the Pup is still planning on selling hot dogs soon.

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Mexican culture reigns supreme in Los Angeles' iconic Mariachi PlazaMariachi Plaza, a square in Los Angeles' largely Hispanic Boyle Heights neighborhood, served prior to the pandemic as a popular gathering place and a magnet for dozens of area musicians.

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Active Shooter Reported At Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center In Twentynine PalmsKatie Johnston reports.

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1 Hospitalized With Self-Inflicted Gunshot Wound After Report Of Active Shooter At Marine Corps Base In Twentynine PalmsGunshots were first reported at about 6:30 a.m. The Marine Corps says military police immediately cordoned off the area.

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Los Angeles Chargers: Patrick Mahomes extension is bad news for the franchiseWith the recent news that Patrick Mahomes will be signing a 10-year extension with the Kansas City Chiefs, the Los Angeles Chargers could be in trouble.

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Steve Bing's Friends Remember a Man Followed by Tumult and TragedyThe 55-year-old millionaire was well known as a philanthropist, producer, and political power player—but after his suicide, people close to him realized they didn't know him at all.

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Brad Pye Jr., first Black sports broadcaster in L.A., diesBrad Pye Jr., L.A.'s first Black sports broadcaster, who rose through the ranks at news agencies, sports organizations and city services, has died.

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Lacy Park: Discover a Rose Garden in San MarinoWhen we need to get out for some fresh air and don't mind driving a little bit east, one of our favorite parks in Los Angeles is actually tucked away in the quiet city of San Marino.

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Help Your Child Achieve Reading Success with Reading EggsReading fluency and comprehension are key to doing well in school, and to becoming lifelong learners, which is what we all want for our kids.

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Did Arthur Jafa Just Make Kanye's First 2020 Campaign Ad?Jafa's video for Kanye's new song "Wash Us in the Blood" reprises his hard-edit collage style, accompanying the moody, percussive, momentum-gathering track.

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The Dodgers 2020 Schedule Has Been ReleasedOn Monday, Major League Baseball announced a 60-game schedule for each franchise for the 2020 season.

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Laugh Factory To Unveil Massive 148-Foot Black Lives Matter Mural In HollywoodThe 148-foot mural, commissioned by Los Angeles City Councilman David Ryu, is purported to be the largest in the nation paying tribute to BLM.

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If these walls could talk!I must have driven by Villa Carlotta on Franklin Ave. a million times, but never could have imagined I'd one day call it home, even if it was just a temporary stay.

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In Rotation: Digital Monx Feat. Racquel Jones' "Everywhere We Go"Tamir Muskat and Ori Kaplan of genre-defying Israeli group Balkan Beat Box have returned with a new project called Digital Monx.

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Insiders Say Quibi May Have Been Doomed from the StartA new article delves into behind-the-scenes drama between two 60-something alphas—Meg Whitman and Jeffrey Katzenberg—trying to run a company for millennials.

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Orange County sets coronavirus record; young adults hit hardFor the first time, Orange County reported more than 1,000 new COVID-19 cases in a single day, with young adults accounting for most new infections.

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Air Travel Ticks Up For July 4th WeekendThe TSA says it screened 700,000 passengers over the Fourth of July holiday. Jasmine Viel and Suzanne Marques report.

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Carl J. Petersen: Los Angeles Charter School Took $4.6 Million from PPP, Then Laid Off EmployeesCarl J. Petersen, writer and public school parent in Los Angeles, writes here about a Los Angeles charter schools that took millions from the federal Paycheck Protection Plan, then laid off employees anyway.

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Morning Brief: Trump's Administration Is 'Looking at' Banning TikTokAlso protesters allege being violated by police, Carlos Vela opts out of MLS restart, and more.

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Experimental treatment seems to have rid patient of HIVA Brazilian man infected with the virus that causes AIDS has shown no sign of it for more than a year since he stopped HIV medicines after an intense experimental drug therapy aimed at purging hidden, dormant virus from his body, doctors reported Tuesday.

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Man Found Shot To Death In Crashed Car In WillowbrookA neighbor told deputies that six or seven gunshots were heard prior to the crash.

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Muirfield Village Golf Club Profile: Jack Nicklaus's 'Total Vision'Muirfield Village Golf Club, designed by Jack Nicklaus and host of this year's Workday Charity Open and Memorial Tournament, remains a PGA Tour favorite.

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Song of the Day: "Lovechild" by MariemeMarieme will release a string of singles this summer: Songs for the Revolution. Marieme was so moved by recent events she decided to get to work with new music with the hopes of starting to heal herself and the world around her.

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Earthquake Expert Dr. Lucy Jones Talks About Her New PodcastRenowned seismologist Dr. Lucy Jones talks to CBS2 News This Morning about her new podcast, "Getting Through It," which is hoping to help make sense of the chaotic times we're living in.

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Laugh Factory To Unveil 148-foot Black Lives Matter MuralThe Laugh Factory In Hollywood will unveil a massive mural honoring those who have lost their lives to police brutality.

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Police Use Force On Black Angelenos At Dramatically Higher Rates, Data ShowsPolice in Los Angeles County and across California use force on Black people far out of their proportion of the population, according to a KPCC/LAist analysis of state Department of Justice data over a four-year period.

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High-Speed Train to Las Vegas Takes Another Step ForwardPlans for a high-speed rail line linking Southern California with Las Vegas are inching closer to reality.

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Los Angeles Lakers Coach Reveals Why JR Smith Was Initially Overlooked for Dion WaitersLos Angeles Lakers coach Frank Vogel said the team chose Dion Waiters ahead of JR Smith because of the former's ball handling skills.

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Disneyland and other theme parks must enforce this rule: Wear a mask or get outSome visitors may balk at the requirement but parks should throw those people out.

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Man Killed In Fiery Wreck In Culver CityA second man was rushed to a hospital with critical injuries after his car caught fire.

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Fiery Culver City Wreck Leaves One Person DeadAt least one person was killed in a fiery two-vehicle wreck which left a man dead in Culver City.

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Woman seen killing kitten on video in South GateAuthorities in South Gate asked for the public's help Tuesday morning in identifying a woman seen on surveillance video killing a kitten.

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Album of the Week: Enuff Z'nuff's Brainwashed GenerationApparently, a whole lot of people wrote Chi-Town power-poppers Enuff Z'nuff off way too early.

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Man Shot To Death In Crashed Car In Willowbrook

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Essential California: A who's who of PPP loansThe company that operates the posh Peninsula Beverly Hills Hotel, jelly bean maker Jelly Belly and Kanye West's company Yeezy are all among those who received multimillion dollar loans.

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Will COVID-19 burst NBA's Orlando bubble? Our Lakers and Clippers experts discussThe Lakers and Clippers travel to Florida this to resume their championship quest; the Legends of Sports podcast explores who — and what — stand in their way.

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California coronavirus cases and hospitalizations surgeNew coronavirus cases are on the rise in California, and hospitalizations are surging.

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Angels schedule: Where the team will play in 2020 seasonThe Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim will play against the Athletics to open the season on July 24.

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Horse euthanized at Los Alamitos Race CourseThe quarter horse gelding named Jess Bet Me suffered the mortal injury in Sunday night's eighth race, according to the official racing chart.

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Detroit native Werner Blakely signs with Los Angeles Angels for $900KIf Detroit baseball fans need something more than the Tigers to root for, Detroit native Werner Blakely is a player worth following moving forward.

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Lakers' Dwight Howard Will Play In Orlando, Plans To Donate Salary To Breathe Again CampaignThe Lakers center said in an interview Monday night that he will be joining the team in Orlando for the restart.

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Op-Ed: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: How to sustain momentum for the anti-racism movementBut in my 60 years of social activism, I've heard these gospel songs before and my fear is that once the spotlights go down, the sympathetic audience - now moved to tears by the chorus - simply goes home, the words to the songs quickly forgotten.

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We still don't know enough about the coronavirus surgeBars, parties and other small-scale gatherings may be more to blame for the virus' spread than the massive outdoor protests triggered by George Floyd's death.

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Two veterans speak up in defense of flag burnersVeterans respond to a letter writer who said defending flag burning is a slap in the face to those who served in the military.

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2020 MLB Futures Odds: How many games will the Los Angeles Angels win?Looking at 2020 MLB futures odds for how many games the Los Angeles Angels will win in the 60-game MLB season.

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Assembly Bill 5 undercuts the ability of workers to workToday's gig economy matches independent contractors with available jobs, but California's 2019 status law, Assembly Bill 5, severely limits workers' options.

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COVID-19 will force universities to reinvent themselves, lower pricesLesser known institutions will close, star performers will be paid much better and prices should fall.

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Speed cameras work, may help reduce unnecessary police encountersSure, nobody likes to get a ticket. But now, more than ever, we should be exploring ways to minimize interactions between police and the community.

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Prince Harry Shares a Glimpse Outside His Los Angeles Home in a Special Video MessageThe Duke and Duchess of Sussex are said to be living in Tyler Perry's Beverly Hills mansion.

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Homicide victims' advocates decry cuts to LA County Sheriff's Department budgetSome say a budget approved last week mostly eliminated vacant positions at the department, but the sheriff has said the cuts will impact criminal investigations.

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L.A. swap meets try to rebound from COVID-19 shutdownThough far past their heyday, swap meets in Southern California remain vibrant hubs of commerce — a working-class, in-person EBay.

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Hoopla NewsfeedMonday Today is National Fried Chicken Day and Interstellar is serving their signature fried chicken and waffles.

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Our Favorite Wine For Summer: Besa Mi Vino Organic WineI finally found it, my perfect summertime beverage. While I love them, if I have to drink another hard seltzer I am going to scream.

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Dodgers and Angels Announce 60-Game 2020 MLB ScheduleThe Freeway Series returns, rivalries are resumed, and a rematch of the 2017 World Series lies ahead for the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 2020 MLB season.

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Kanye West's Company Gets More Than $2M In Federal Small Business LoansKanye West's company Yeezy received a loan from the federal government's Paycheck Protection Program worth between $2 million and $5 million, according to data released Monday by the U.S. Treasury Department.

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Los Angeles County Sanitation Districts Launch COVID-19 Rebate ProgramThe Los Angeles County Sanitation Districts Monday unveiled a rebate program to aid businesses whose sewer usage was reduced due to COVID-19 stay-at-home orders.

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Evelyn Taft's Weather ForecastEvelyn Taft takes a look at tonight's weather forecast.

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Family Devastated After 13-Year-Old's Death In Pico Rivera CarjackingAs a suspect in a deadly Pico Rivera carjacking sits behind bars, a community is mourning the loss of 13-year-old Isabella Cortes, who they described as friendly, funny and happy.

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'She Was The Happiest Girl I Ever Met': Family Devastated After 13-Year-Old's Death In Pico Rivera Carjacking13-year-old Isabella Cortes died after a violent carjacking on Sunday in Pico Rivera. Her 8-year-old brother suffered serious injuries.

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Thousands Worldwide Volunteer For Possible Human Coronavirus TrialAs thousands around the world have signaled their interest in being participants in the trial, some health experts say they don't believe there is enough known about COVID-19 right now to speed things up by going straight to a human trial.

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People Are Volunteering To Be Exposed To Coronavirus For Vaccine ResearchAtwater Village cinematographer Antonio Cisneros lost a friend to coronavirus and has decided to be more proactive in solutions to help find a vaccine.

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Assemblymember Autumn Burke And 4 Other Capitol Employees Test Positive For COVID-19Assemblymember Autumn Burke shared Monday on Twitter that she was one of the five individuals at the California Capitol who have tested positive for coronavirus.

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Kanye West's Company Receives More Than $2M In Federal Small Business LoansKanye West's company Yeezy received a loan from the federal government's Paycheck Protection Program worth between $2 million and $5 million, according to data released Monday by the U.S. Treasury Department.

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Gov. Newsom, OC Officials Clash Over Face Covering EnforcementA war of words between Gov. Gavin Newsom and Orange County officials over enforcement of statewide mandates to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus could end up costing the county hundreds of millions of dollars in state funding.

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In Los Angeles, the massive Dodger Stadium testing site closed for 4 days, even as the city sees a rise in cases and the county struggles to meet the Los Angeles's largest coronavirus testing sites, Dodger Stadium could tests 6,000 people a day before it closed over the weekend.

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California Capitol Flags To Fly At Half-Staff In Honor Of LAPD Senior Detention Officer Who Died From CoronavirusFlags at the California State Capitol will fly at half-staff in honor of LAPD Senior Detention Officer Erica McAdoo who died on Friday from coronavirus complications.

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LA County Health Officials Say Young People Make Up Half Of New Coronavirus CasesLos Angeles County Public Health Director Dr. Barbara Ferrer blamed the numbers on increased socializing, citing a study by the University of Southern California that found more than half of those polled admitted having contact with someone they don't live with.

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Carl Tart, Our VR Family Guy FriendCARL TART returns to help The Boys write their VR Family Guy episode.

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"I Have a Contractual Obligation": Los Angeles Lakers Star Commits to Team Ahead of NBA Re-StartDwight Howard reveals that he will join the Los Angeles Lakers in the Orlando bubble, and talks about what he plans to do once while in there.

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Majority Of States Report Spike In COVID-19 Cases, While White House Defends Trump Statement On ViruMayors in hard-hit cities have pushed back against President Donald Trump's claim that 99% of COVID-19 cases were "completely harmless." The statement was made, without evidence, as 32 states report spikes in not only the number of coronavirus cases, but hospitalizations as well.

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COVID-19 deaths surpass 3,500 in U.S. Los Angeles County, total cases hit 116,570A man jogs by the closed entrance to Santa Monica beach in Los Angeles County, the United States, on July 4, 2020.

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Terms of EndearmentListen to this episode on Stitcher, or find on Apple Podcasts. Polly's third marriage falls apart, and she enters more than one destructive affair.

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Dwight Howard says he'll join Lakers for NBA restartOne of the Lakers' key rotation players, Howard's commitment helps bolster the team's quest for a championship in a season of unprecedented hurdles.

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Top medical officer for California prisons ousted amid worsening coronavirus outbreakThe move comes amid criticism over the transfer of hundreds of inmates to prisons from a Chino facility reeling from coronavirus infections.

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Positivity Rate Increases To 10% As Counties Continue To Report Drastic Jumps In CasesThe number of people testing positive for the novel coronavirus increased to 10% Monday as Southland counties again reported drastic jumps in cases.

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International Students May Need To Leave The US If Their University Is Fully Remote In The Fall, ICEInternational students may have to leave the U.S. if their universities switch to online-only courses during the coronavirus pandemic, Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced on Monday, or they could risk deportation.

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J.R. Smith says his familiarity with LeBron will help LakersJ.R. Smith sat in front of a Lakers backdrop, pulled a purple and gold bandana off his face and grinned at a screen to begin his first press conference as a Laker.

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Los Angeles County Sets Highest Daily Record In COVID-19 CasesHealth officials said Los Angeles reported its largest single day increase in new cases of COVID-19 on Friday, with more than 3,100 added to its rapidly growing list of daily infections.

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Man Charged in Crash That Killed Unborn BabyA 27-year-old was charged Monday with causing a hit-and-run crash in Santa Ana that killed a pregnant woman's 8-month-old unborn baby.

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Former USC football star Damon Bame dies in RiversideBame, a Glendale High School graduate, transferred to USC from Glendale Junior College and lettered at guard and linebacker for the Trojans in 1962 and 1963.

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Kanye West's Yeezy, Jim Henson Co. received PPP loansJudd Apatow's production business, Jim Henson Co. and an apparel firm linked to music artist Kanye West were among the companies approved for a government loan program aimed at reducing layoffs during the pandemic.

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Jeffrey Epstein Accuser Seeks Investigation Into Santa Monica PD For Handling Of ComplaintA Southern California woman, who claims she was abused nearly 30 years ago by convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, said Monday she wants the Santa Monica Police Department investigated.

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Scientists, Researchers Recruiting People For Coronavirus Vaccine TrialAntonio Cisneros recently answered a call for volunteers for a potential human trial to help speed up the development of a vaccine against the coronavirus.

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San Diego sheriff's deputy disciplined over 'vulgar image' of George FloydThe San Diego Sheriff's Department has launched an internal affairs investigation after a deputy was accused of sharing what was described as a "vulgar image" - one the local NAACP branch says was an altered picture of George Floyd under the knee of a Minneapolis police officer.

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What 'Hamilton' on Disney+ and Trump teach us about AmericaThe nation's stark divisions were dramatically thrown into relief this past holiday weekend. As Los Angeles turned itself into a pyrotechnic battlefield, the film premiere of "Hamilton" on Disney+ faced off against President Trump's incendiary speech at Mt. Rushmore - two visions of America as fatally opposed as Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr.

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State Capitol Closes After 5 Assembly Employees Test Positive For CoronavirusThe State Capitol is closing its doors after several employees have tested positive for coronavirus, officials said.

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Young adults who think 'they are invincible' increasingly infected by coronavirus, Newsom saysGov. Gavin Newsom said Monday said the surge in coronavirus cases hitting California was due in part to younger people who might believe "they are invincible" but nonetheless are becoming sick from COVID-19.

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Angels aren't overly concerned by coronavirus testing delaysMLB's sample collectors didn't show up at Angel Stadium on Sunday, prompting players to administer their own tests.

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Seal Beach PD Searching For Men Accused Of Firing Weapon While Leaving Beach Parking LotThe Seal Beach Police Department Monday asked for the public's assistance as officers continued to search for two men accused of brandishing a handgun and firing shots into the air.

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Gov. Newsom, OC Sheriff Clash Over Face Covering EnforcementA war of words between Gov. Gavin Newsom and Orange County Sheriff Don Barnes over enforcement of statewide mandates to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus could end up costing the county hundreds of millions of dollars in state funding.

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Can coronavirus particles remain airborne longer than we thought?Some doctors are questioning the conventional wisdom that coronavirus particles don't remain in the air for long after an infectious person exhales.

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California Assembly Delays Session After Assemblymember Autumn Burke, 4 Other Employees Test Positive For CoronavirusAssembly Speaker Anthony Rendon's office confirmed a total of five people who work in the state Assembly have been diagnosed, indefinitely delaying the Assembly's plans to return to work from a scheduled summer recess.

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NBA shares tenuous faith in its coronavirus restart planLatest from around the NBA as teams prepare to leave for Orlando on Tuesday-Thursday.

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LA County Reports 1,584 New Coronavirus Cases, 48 Additional DeathsLos Angeles County public health officials reported 1,584 newly confirmed cases of COVID-19 Monday and 48 additional fatalities, bringing countywide totals to 116,570 cases and 3,534 deaths.

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Dodger Stadium COVID-19 Testing Site To Reopen TuesdayThe largest coronavirus testing site in Los Angeles located at Dodger Stadium remained closed Monday with plans to reopen Tuesday, the city confirmed.

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Doctors reopened a shuttered hospital to fight coronavirusThe L.A. Surge Hospital treated a small number of coronavirus patients during the 39 days it was open.

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Three Charged for Looting During Santa Monica ProtestsMultiple felony charges were filed Monday against three 18-year-old defendants accused of committing looting, burglary and arson crimes in Santa Monica on May 31, amid a large demonstration stemming from George Floyd's killing in Minneapolis.

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James Conlon's Lecture on "The Marriage of Figaro"Are you missing Maestro Conlon's pre-performance talks as much as we are?

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Student Visas Won't Apply to Online-Only Classes, ICE AnnouncesHolders of student visas enrolled at colleges that go online-only in fall will have to leave the US or transfer to in-person class schools, ICE announced.

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Forward Progress On Soledad Fire Halted, Evacuations LiftedThe Soledad Fire broke out before 3:30 p.m. in the area of Agua Dulce Canyon Road and the 14 Freeway.

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Dodgers Announce 60-Game Schedule For Shortened 2020 SeasonLos Angeles will kick off the 2020 season on Thursday, July 23 against the San Francisco Giants on Opening Day in a nationally televised 7:08 p.m.

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North Hollywood 'bridge' beds help turn the tide on sheltering LA's homeless, officials sayThe scheduled opening of the shelter in the San Fernando Valley this week offers a hint of hope that more will be sheltered in the coming months.

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Coronavirus Cases Confirmed in L.A. CountyNew information from the Public Health Department tells us where coronavirus cases have been confirmed in Los Angeles County.

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Englander, former LA councilman, due in court Tuesday in case linked to FBI probe into City Hall corruptionIn March, Englander pleaded not guilty to several counts of obstruction of justice, but later agreed to change that plea during a June 4 hearing in which he was to plead guilty to one charge of a scheme to falsify material facts.

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2 On Your Side: California Lawmaker Calls For Audit Of EDD While Many Wait For BenefitsIn the past three months, the California Employment Development Department has paid out $37.5 billion in unemployment benefits - but a number of people are still waiting, prompting a lawmaker to call for an audit.

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Comic Genius Carl Reiner Left Behind a Legacy of LaughsCarl Reiner, one of the greatest comedic innovators of the last six decades, died on Monday, June 29 in his home in Beverly Hills, California.

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Afternoon Update: Kanye West Apparently Got a Boatload in PPP FundsAlso maskless police officers and other stories you may have missed today.

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Angels open regular season on road against Athletics, play the Dodgers six timesThe Angels host the Astros for a four-game series beginning July 31 in a 60-game schedule that includes a season-ending series at Dodger Stadium.

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Nine Delicious Birthday Cakes in Los AngelesThere's options throughout the Southland for a birthday cake or pie.

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NBA Rumors: Los Angeles Lakers Exploring Trade Options For OKC Thunder's Two-Way GuardAs the exploration begins, one emerging speculation is making its way to the discussion, and that is the chance to sign OKC Thunder's two-way guard Terrance Ferguson.

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Los Angeles Lakers center Dwight Howard to play when NBA season resumesDwight Howard has confirmed he will play for the Los Angeles Lakers when the NBA season resumes later this month.

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Fire Crews Battling Brush Fire Off La Tuna Canyon Road In Shadow Hills

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Fire Crews Battle Brush Fire Off La Tuna Canyon Road In Shadow HillsFire officials said La Tuna Canyon Road was closed in both directions near the fire.

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Oakland and Oregon, Part OneDecember 19 - January 13 We returned to Los Angeles mid-week and began preparations for a baby shower we'd be hosting for our daughter and son-in-law, Jessica and Kris, as happy an occasion as one can imagine.

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'Blade Runner' opening redone with aerials of illegal Los Angeles fireworksFireworks are illegal in Los Angeles, but that doesn't stop the whole city from shimmering with home-grown displays on July 4.

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Chiefs, Patrick Mahomes agree on 10-year extensionThe Kansas City Chiefs wanted to make sure they kept Super Bowl MVP Patrick Mahomes around as long as possible.

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One Way to Address LA's Racial Inequality? Build More Parks in Communities of ColorMany of the city's best parks are located in predominantly white neighborhoods.

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In Los Angeles, the massive Dodger Stadium testing site closed for 4 days, even as the city sees a rise in cases and the county struggles to meet the Los Angeles's largest coronavirus testing sites, Dodger Stadium could tests 6,000 people a day before it closed over the weekend.

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California PPP loan recipients: Which companies benefited?More than 87,000 California businesses received PPP loans in the past 3 months, leaving few parts of the economy untouched.

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NHL, players tentatively agree on plan to return to ice, plus extension of CBATraining camps to start July 13 and games will resume Aug. 1, but without Ducks and Kings.

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9,500 in scholarships split among 6 Southern California journalism studentsThe Society of Professional Journalists Greater Los Angeles Chapter annually gives out scholarships to student journalists based on their published print or broadcast work.

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These LA Neighborhoods Wear Masks Most-and LeastA new study asked people across the county to report how often they wear masks and crunched the numbers to find out where mask wearers and shunners live.

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48 more coronavirus deaths announced in L.A. County as the face of the region's infected grows youngerWith rising community spread, L.A. County braces for more hospitalizations — and worse.

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Weber Metals in Paramount to lay off nearly 170 workersWeber Metals is a division of Otto Fuchs, a German company whose products also serve the automotive, construction and industrial engineering industries.

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L.A. County death toll tops 3,500 amid COVID-19 spikeThe city-run testing facility at Dodger Stadium was closed Monday. City officials were not immediately available to comment on whether it would be reopened.

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