In connection with the city's L.A. Protects initiative, USC architecture students are working to provide personal protective equipment for health care workers on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic.

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UC Schools Likely To Require Students, Staff To Be Vaccinated To Return In FallAll University of California schools will likely require that their students and staff be vaccinated in order to return to campus when the fall term begins.
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Foo Fighters Hold Full-Capacity Indoor Show In Agoura HillsThe Foo Fighters performed in front of a full-capacity, sold-out crowd Tuesday night at the Canyon Club in Agoura Hills, their first such show since the start of the coronavirus pandemic 15 months ago.
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Scorching Hot Temperatures Hit The SouthlandTriple-digit temperatures were bearing down on the Southland on Tuesday, increasing the risk for heat-related illnesses and wildfires. Nicole Comstock reports.
Crews Battle Brush Fire In Santa Fe Dam Area Of IrwindaleA brush fire erupted Tuesday in the Santa Fe Dam area of Irwindale amid triple-digit temperatures.
Some Residents Confused On If They Should Continue Wearing Face Masks As Mandate Is LiftedEven though California has lifted its mask mandate for most businesses, many people are unsure what to do when it comes to ditching their face coverings. Stacey Butler reports.
Councilman Bonin Blasts Recall Effort As 'Extravagant Waste Of Taxpayer Money' As Organizers Continue To CriticizeOrganizers say they want L.A. City Councilman Mike Bonin out of office due in part to his response to the homelessness crisis in Venice. Tom Wait reports.
Asian American Woman Attacked In Alleged Hate Crime In Culver CityInvestigators are looking into possible hate crime charges after an Asian American woman was assaulted on her way to work overnight Sunday. Lesley Marin reports.
Deputy-Involved Shooting Temporarily Closes Down 215 Freeway Near MenifeeA deputy-involved shooting shut down the 215 Freeway near Menifee on Tuesday night.
Disneyland Drops Temperature Checks, Social Distancing Tuesday As State Lifts RestrictionsAs of Tuesday, guests at Disneyland will not have to undergo temperature checks or maintain previous social distancing recommendations.
Crews Battle Brush Fire In Santa Fe Dam Area Of IrwindaleA brush fire erupted Tuesday in the Santa Fe Dam area of Irwindale amid triple-digit temperatures.
7 SoCal Residents Win $1.5M Prizes In CA's Vaccine Incentive ProgramSeven Southern California residents were among the 10 winners chosen Tuesday to receive $1.5 million in the state's "Vax for the Win" COVID- 19 vaccination incentive program.
Some Residents Confused On If They Should Continue Wearing Face Masks As Mandate Is LiftedEven though California has lifted its mask mandate for most businesses, many people are unsure what to do when it comes to masking up.

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