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Giving second COVID-19 vaccine shots may reduce supply for people seeking first dose
Giving the COVID-19 vaccine to people who are due their second dose could mean less vaccine available for people seeking their first shot.
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Controversial El Monte church rocked by IED attack, FBI says
Authorities investigate an improvised explosive device attack at an El Monte church that had been targeted by protests due to its anti-LGBTQ teachings.
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Column: Here's how I broke through and got a COVID vaccine. Let's hope it gets easier
It's been a rocky rollout, but I felt like I'd hit the lottery when I got my emailed confirmation, for a Pfizer injection at 12:15 on Thursday.
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Borderline Bar and Grill in Thousand Oaks to be demolished 2 years after mass shooting
The club never reopened after the November 2018 massacre that left 12 dead.
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Allen Freehling, L.A. rabbi who fought for human rights and the marginalized, dies at 88
Longtime rabbi at University Synagogue put his faith into action in both religious and civic circles.
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L.A. County won't be fully vaccinated till 2022 unless pace improves, Garcetti warns
Mayor Eric Garcetti says he's confident manufacturers will meet demand and additional COVID vaccines will be approved. But many more doses are needed.
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California attorney general launches civil rights probe of L.A. County Sheriff's Department
California Atty. Gen. Xavier Becerra's office says it will look at whether the department has engaged in a pattern of unconstitutional policing.
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How the 'California miracle' dissolved into a winter coronavirus nightmare
Experts say California's brutal winter COVID-19 surge is largely driven by complacency on masking and distancing. One calls it 'COVID resentment.'
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Sheriff rejects finding that top aide used racial slur
Los Angeles County sheriff's officials are refusing to turn over documents to department watchdogs related to their investigation into Undersheriff Tim Murakami's alleged use of a Japanese racial slur to refer to employees of color.
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Column: A teen center turn into a food pantry to survive COVID-19
Since the start of the pandemic in March, the Wilmington Teen Center has had to curtail nearly all youth activities. It now functions more like a community pantry.
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I tried to start a pandemic pod for my 5-year-old. Here's how it went wrong
Trying to create a social pod so her daughter could again play with her friends led this mom down a rabbit hole of awkwardness, rejection and frustration.
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Have you tried to start a social pod for your child? Tell us how it went
Since the coronavirus pandemic began, families have started social pods for their children. Did you start a social pod? If so, we want to hear about it.
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Triumph and heartbreak as thousands line up, desperate for COVID-19 vaccine
Tens of thousands of people face confusion, contradiction and chaos amid the state's uneven vaccine rollout.
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California sees record-breaking COVID-19 deaths, a lagging indicator of winter surge
COVID-19 deaths still stalking California at alarming levels even as cases continue to flatten
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DWP customer at center of billing scandal files new lawsuit against city
The lead plaintiff in a 2015 lawsuit against the L.A. Department of Water and Power, is suing the city again over the agency's billing errors.
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Key L.A. council committee OKs high-rise project at site of Times' former headquarters
A key committee of the Los Angeles City Council backed a proposal for a developer to erect two high-rise towers at the site of the former Times building in downtown L.A.
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