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Evacuations ordered in Skyline fire near Corona in Riverside County
Officials have ordered evacuations as a vegetation fire burns near the city of Corona in Riverside County.
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What happens when California eviction moratoriums expire? Ask our reporters
Join us Wednesday, August 18, for a live video event with L.A. Times reporters Liam Dillon and Andrew Khouri, along with columnist Erika Smith. They'll answer your questions about covering evictions.
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A $400 unemployment extension is unlikely to arrive soon, if at all. What you need to know
President Trump's order for a $400 unemployment extension might end up being $300 -- if it arrives at all. Here's everything you need to know.
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Orange County awaits remaining backlogged coronavirus test results from state
Orange County Supervisor Michelle Steel said Thursday that while the local coronavirus outlook is promising, the fact that the technical issue regarding COVID-19 test results occurred at all is a concern.
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Ranch fire triggers evacuations for residents of Azusa's Mountain Cove community
Officials issued mandatory evacuation orders Thursday afternoon as the Ranch fire threatened homes in Azusa's Mountain Cove community.
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Brush fire in West Covina is moving toward homes, officials say
Firefighters responded Thursday afternoon to a fire in the city of West Covina that is moving towards homes, authorities said.
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California to end eviction protections next month unless lawmakers extend them
California will resume eviction and foreclosure proceedings on Sept. 1 unless the state Legislature takes action after the court system's rule-making body on Thursday voted to end temporary statewide protections for people who lost their jobs during the coronavirus pandemic.
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L.A. County sues church for violating COVID-19 orders with indoor worship services
Earlier, Grace Community Church in Sun Valley filed suit against state and county officials, including Gov. Gavin Newsom and L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti.
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Watch: Lake fire spawns 'terrifying' fire tornado as it burns through Angeles National Forest
The National Weather Service called the Lake fire tornado, or fire whirl, 'an impressive and terrifying example of extreme fire behavior.'
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Suspected leader of MS-13 in the U.S. is quietly taken into custody by FBI
Nelson "Mula" Flores, who authorities say is one of MS-13's most influential members outside El Salvador, is taken into U.S. custody.
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California on the cusp of reining in COVID-19 surge, data show
Statewide in California, the transmission rate of COVID-19 has stabilized or is falling, and hospitalization rates are also dropping.
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Back to school in a pandemic: Resources and news for parents
The new school year of remote learning will bring unique challenges. Here are guides to help parents of school-age children navigate remote learning, as well as recent updates about education in Southern California.
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What can parents who work outside the home do about remote schooling?
Remote learning is a challenge for parents who have to leave home for work. Here's a guide to some of the options
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Back to school in a pandemic: The basics of remote learning
Here's how to get help with technology, including computers, WiFi and free meals, from your school district.
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Strategies for supporting your child's social and emotional learning from home
Math homework and history reading can mostly be done alone. But social and emotional learning requires interaction. Here's how parents can help their children during remote schooling.
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Fire in Lake Hughes area explodes as firefighters battle to save communities
The Lake fire in the Angeles National Forest started near the 5 Freeway and rapidly spread, moving toward several small communities west of Lancaster.
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California's migrant farmworkers face evictions with no safety net amid pandemic
Agricultural and essential workers across California fear evictions as the coronavirus forces them out of work, but many living here illegally are also afraid to seek help or fight back.
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Beach baptisms draw large gatherings to the shore
Photos: Christian faithful have been gathering, raising their hands skyward and, for some, stepping into the cool Pacific to be baptized.
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Column One: I was a Chinese grad student and lost all of my money in a scam. How could it happen to me?
Newly arrived in the U.S., Xinlu Liang fell victim to a complex scam, one of many that target international students in the U.S. every year.
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A generation left behind? Online learning cheats poor students, Times survey finds
Times survey finds profound disparities in distance learning between children attending schools in high-poverty areas and those in more affluent ones.
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Lake fire: Evacuation zones, road closures, shelters
Evacuation zones, road closures and shelters for pets and people fleeing the Lake fire in the Santa Clarita Valley.
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L.A. County offering money to renters affected by COVID-19 pandemic
The assistance is available to residents who live outside of the city of Los Angeles, with much of the money being directed to specific zip codes identified as especially in need of relief.
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Hot weather is expected into early next week for the Los Angeles region
High pressure over the Southwest will bring excessive heat to Southern California, especially inland areas.
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Sheriff's officials say Andres Guardado was killed in a crime hot spot — but not why
L.A. County Sheriff Villanueva gives an update regarding the shooting of Andres Guardado.
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L.A. father whose tip exposed Singer's college admissions scandal sentenced to one year in prison
The L.A. financier whose tip exposed William "Rick" Singer's college admissions scam is sentenced to one year in prison for securities fraud.
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California coronavirus deaths double, with rural areas and suburbs hit hard
The weekly death toll in California among COVID-19 patients is nearly twice its previous high in April as more cases shift to rural and suburban areas.
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LAPD investigating possible 'swatting' incident near home of Black Lives Matter activist
The L.A. police are investigating a possible prank call that led to its SWAT team descending on the block of a leading Black Lives Matter activist.
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Judge refuses to shutter Ventura County church that has defied COVID-19 health order
Ventura County judge refuses to close Godspeak Calvary Chapel in Newbury Park and find its pastor in contempt of court for holding indoor services.
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Orange County declares Aug. 24 Kobe Bryant Day
Kobe Bryant Day in Orange County will be Aug. 24, chosen by county supervisors for the jersey numbers 8 and 24 the late Laker wore during his career.
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California paid a price for mask shortage in dollars and lives, coronavirus study finds
The UC Berkeley Labor Center study urges California officials to stockpile masks, gowns, gloves to avoid shortages seen during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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