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Health officials' warnings put to test as Thanksgiving arrives, threatening a deeper COVID crisis
The coronavirus is already spreading at unprecedented levels. Thanksgiving gatherings threaten a much greater crisis.
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Proposed aerial tram for Dodger fans ignites controversy at Los Angeles State Historic Park
A company funded by former Dodgers owner Frank McCourt has proposed a $125-million gondola lift to fly customers over the park to Dodger Stadium.
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Column: Among the many volunteers deserving of thanks, this high school student is a standout
To Pasadena seniors, Glendora High student Serena Lin is a big hit
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Immigrant street musicians turn adversity into art to earn their daily bread
This duet tours restaurants in the COVID- and recession-battered Westlake and Pico-Union neighborhoods, where they bring norteño music to diners
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For a learning pod of homeless students, school days unfold in a motel carport
The effort is part of a pilot program called Kids First to help homeless families and children in L.A. get healthcare, tutoring and permanent housing.
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Retail workers fear for their safety this Black Friday: 'An anxiety attack waiting to happen'
It's a uniquely difficult time to be working retail this Black Friday, as coronavirus cases in California surge higher than at any other point in the pandemic.
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This dear colleague's death didn't stop his giving
A writer's mother and his friend never met, but they would be connected in an astonishing way. It's a tale of love, family and unending gratitude.
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Inmate from L.A. County fatally shot by guards during attack in state prison
Officers were attempting to stop three inmates who attacked a fellow inmate, authorities say.
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Concordia University coronavirus 'outbreak' attributed to more than 50 'false positives'
The number of infected dropped from more than 60 to six
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'Getting worse each day': 1 in 145 L.A. County residents can infect others with COVID-19
One out of every 145 people in L.A. County is infectious COVID-19, officials said — a drastic jump from two months ago, when the rate was about 1 in 880.
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LAUSD aims to give out 1.5 million meals, food to last through Thanksgiving weekend
The nation's second-largest school district has given out more than 82 million grab-and-go meals since March in what the superintendent calls the largest such food relief effort in the U.S.
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SCE could shut power to 76,000 on Thanksgiving due to fire risk
Communities from Hemet to Ventura may lose power in an effort to keep electrical systems from becoming a source of ignition, SoCal Edison says.
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Ruling opens the way for sex, rock and 'gangster' talk on license plates
A federal judge rules that DMV criteria for deciding which personalized plates to print violate free speech.
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Police Commission rules fatal shooting of man holding bicycle part was justified
L.A. police panel clears an LAPD sergeant in the fatal shooting of a man holding a bicycle part that resembled a handgun in Culver City.
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L.A. County moves to create new juvenile justice system focused on 'care,' not punishment
After years of incremental reform, Los Angeles County is moving to dismantle the largest youth justice system in the country in favor of a "care-first" model to better serve young people in custody.
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What are foehn winds? Fires in the Eastern Sierra were fueled by Santa Ana-like gusting
The fire that devastated a town in Mono County was driven by winds similar to the Santa Anas, though blowing from west to east.
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LAPD request for $100-million budget increase draws criticism amid city's fiscal crisis
Despite growing concern over a budget shortfall, the LAPD proposes a $100-million increase in its operating budget next year
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Woman's body found in Pasadena park
A woman was found dead in a Pasadena park. Foul play is suspected because of visible physical injuries.
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L.A. County Sheriff's department accused of trumped up train-wrecking charges against protester
L.A. prosecutors have filed charges against a man who they allege intended to derail a train. His attorney accused officials of exaggerated claims
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Column: Should Mayor Garcetti go to D.C. if Biden offers a job? When does the next plane leave?
L.A.'s problems are thorny and building consensus on how to fix them is tough. If I were Garcetti, I'd wave goodbye and head east.
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