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Priest who gave President Biden's inaugural Mass resigns from Santa Clara University after investigation
The California priest who gave President Biden's inaugural Mass resigned as president of Santa Clara University this week after an investigation found he violated the Jesuit order's "protocols and boundaries."
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Younger teenagers will start getting COVID-19 vaccine Thursday in L.A. County
All eight vaccine sites run by L.A. County will begin offering the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine to children 12 and older starting Thursday.
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3 arrested after $500,000 watch is stolen off the wrist of Beverly Hills restaurant patron
Alleged gang members stole $500,000 watch from man dining outdoors in holdup that left woman shot in the leg
Two more drivers report car windows being shot out on 91 Freeway in Inland Empire
Authorities said the windows were shot by a BB or pellet gun. There have been a handful of similar reports over the last week.
'You cannot do anything': Indian American doctors struggle with COVID-19 crisis back home
The dire COVID-19 situation in India has been particularly hard to watch for many Indian American healthcare workers.
How vaccine 'passports' became a battle cry for COVID-19 conspiracies, 'anti-vaxx' forces
The debate in Orange County signifies continuing skepticism toward the government's handling of COVID-19 and speaks to the larger politicization that has plagued nearly every other aspect of the pandemic.
California could fast track endorsement deals for NCAA college athletes
California is already set to allow college athletes to be compensated beginning in 2023, but a new push aims to make it happen sooner.
California attorney general launches racial justice bureau to combat hate crimes, police bias
State attorney general launches racial justice bureau to fight exploding Asian racism, extremism and discrimination.
24 fires a day: Surge in flames at L.A. homeless encampments a growing crisis
In the three years since the Los Angeles Fire Department began tracking them, fires related to homeless camps have more than doubled.
As California gains the upper hand on COVID-19, who is still dying?
Despite a statewide mood of optimism, about 52 Californians are still succumbing to the novel coronavirus each day.
COVID-19 vaccine appointments for Californians ages 12-15 could begin Thursday
COVID-19 vaccine appointments for California teenagers 12-15 could begin Thursday
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Family wants federal inquiry of Alameda police in death of Mario Gonzalez
Attorneys for the family of a Latino man who died after an Alameda officer put a knee on his back and neck for more than four minutes, are asking the U.S. attorney general to conduct a federal civil rights investigation of the Bay Area police department.
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How is your workplace handling the COVID-19 vaccine?
Has your company or workplace decided how to handle the question of vaccines? The Times is interested in hearing from you.
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2 California police officers fatally shot in less than 24 hours, third wounded
A Stockton officer was fatally shot while in his police SUV, and a San Luis Obispo officer was gunned down during the serving of a search warrant.
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DACA recipients launch legal battle to clear hurdles from the ultimate prize: citizenship
If the DACA recipients win, this could remove some of the hurdles that have kept them from attaining American citizenship.
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Orange County could leap into yellow tier, with widest reopenings, as soon as next week
After several weeks in the orange, or moderate, tier of California's COVID-19 reopening system, Orange County is now within striking distance of its widest reopening.
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When can 12- to 15-year-olds start getting COVID-19 vaccines? What we know
L.A. County officials say the Pfizer vaccine will be offered to pre-teens and younger teens once the CDC affirms the FDA's recommendation, which may happen Wednesday.
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