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Big Ten Pulls Plug On Fall Football Due To Ongoing COVID-19 PandemicThe Big Ten won't play football this fall because of concerns about COVID-19, becoming the first of college sports' power conferences to yield to the pandemic.
Fire Erupts In Downtown LA Building Being Demolished, Worker RescuedLos Angeles firefighters are battling heavy flames at the two-story building at 1581 E. Industrial St. The fire was reported at about 11:50 a.m.
Brush Fire Breaks Out Off 118 Freeway In ChatsworthSeveral lanes of the westbound 118 Freeway were closed.
Union To Donate Lunches For Volunteers At Dodger Stadium COVID-19 Testing SiteMembers of the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) Local 94 will donate lunch Wednesday to 100 firefighters and volunteers testing Angelenos for COVID-19 at Dodger Stadium.
ACLU Alleges ICE Has Stockpile Of COVID-19 Tests, But Refuses To Test Detainees With SymptomsThe ACLU is asking the court to order ICE officials to test any Adelanto detainees who report symptoms of COVID-19 and halt transfers of people into the facility other than for reasons specified by CDC guidance.
Suspects Wanted In Beverly Hills Armed Robbery Lead Police On High Speed ChaseThe vehicle was wanted in connection with two armed robberies that occurred Monday in Beverly Hills.
5 Wounded After Gunfire Erupts At Warehouse Party In Harbor-GatewayAt least 50 rounds were fired. The shooting occurred at a warehouse which rents out space to video shoots and special events.
Duke University Study Finds Neck Gaiters As Ineffective As Not Wearing A MaskThe study tested 14 different face masks or mask alternatives with the same protocol – a control trial where a speaker wore no protective covering and another test where a speaker was recorded repeating the sentence, “stay healthy, people” five times.
'The Institutions That Haven't Gotten Enough Scrutiny Are White Christian Churches': Robert P. Jones On Book 'White Too Long: The Legacy of White Supremacy in American Christianity'Robert P. Jones is the CEO of the Public Religion Research Institute and discusses the history of racism in Christianity.
California Has Strictest COVID Restrictions In America: SurveyThe Golden State has lost some of its luster when it comes to restrictions under the coronavirus emergency.
'Still Much To Do': LA Urban League President Michael Lawson Reflects On 55 Years Since Watts RiotsTuesday marks the 55th anniversary of the Watts riots, which broke out on Aug. 11, 1965 and lasted for five days.
President Donald Trump Slams College Football Cancellations As 'A Tragic Mistake'The President weighed in with his thoughts on the rumors swirling about the potential cancellation of the college football season.