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UC San Francisco Study Suggests Masks Do Protect Wearer From Contracting CoronavirusA new study from the University of California San Francisco suggests that masks do protect the wearer from contracting COVID-19. 
Riverside Businesses Defy State Orders To Close Despite Sharp Increases In Coronavirus Cases, HospitalizationsRiverside County health officials reported 733 newly confirmed coronavirus cases and three additional fatalities Tuesday, but despite the numbers, some businesses are refusing to close down again — in defiance of state mandates.
Orange County DA, Supervisor Call On Governor Newsom To Intervene In Release Of Sex OffenderOrange County District Attorney Todd Spitzer and county Board of Supervisors Chairwoman Michelle Steel want Gov. Gavin Newsom to intervene in the release of a man they say is a sexual predator.
Coronavirus Cases, Hospitalizations Continue To Surge In Southern CaliforniaThe number of newly confirmed coronavirus cases continues to spike across Southern California as the number of COVID-19 patients hospitalized for treatment continued to grow Tuesday.
LA County Reports Single-Day Record Of New COVID-19 Cases, As Schools Make Decisions For Fall SemesterLos Angeles County reported 4,244 new cases, bringing the countywide total to 140,307 confirmed positive cases. There were also 2,103 people hospitalized, with 27% being treated in intensive care units and 19% on ventilators.
Lake Forest Hotel Evacuated After Hazardous Material Found In RoomA Lake Forest hotel was evacuated Tuesday night after authorities said a hazardous material was found in one of the rooms.
Trump Calls LAUSD Decision To Go Digital-Only For Fall Semester A 'Mistake' As COVID Cases SurgePresident Trump slammed school districts that are hesitant to reopen for in-person classes in the fall over concerns about the coronavirus pandemic, telling CBS News that the districts were making a "terrible decision."
LA County Opens New COVID-19 Drive-Through Test Site In Boyle HeightsA drive-thru COVID-19 testing site opened in Boyle Heights Tuesday as part of Los Angeles County's efforts to expand access to testing in underserved communities.
Pasadena, Long Beach Unified Say Classes Will Remain Online When Schools Open This FallBoth Pasadena and Long Beach Unified School Districts announced Tuesday that campuses will remain closed for the beginning of the school year due to the rising number of COVID-19 cases.
All 11 LA Pro Teams Come Together To Form Social Justice CoalitionIn response to the George Floyd protests, all 11 professional sports teams in the Los Angeles metropolitan area have united to put together a group that will seek to address issues such as racial injustice in children’s athletics.
Dodger Fans Can Attend 2020 Season Via $149 Cutouts Of ThemselvesDodger fans are now able to attend the shortened 2020 season by purchasing a cutout of themselves that will help fill the seats at Dodger Stadium.
Orange County Businesses Shutter Their Doors Again Following Newsom's OrdersOn Tuesday, a majority of Orange County businesses on Newsom's closure list seemed to be complying with the orders.
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Shoppers Taking Second Shutdown In Stride As Toilet Paper, Water Remain On Store ShelvesBusinesses have been shut down again in California, leaving many to wonder if the hoarding of toilet paper and other products is set to return as well.
Employees At Silver Lake Whole Foods Store Contract CoronavirusAt least one employee at a Whole Foods store in the Silver Lake neighborhood of Los Angeles has contracted coronavirus.
Death Of 'Glee' Actress Naya Rivera Ruled Accidental DrowningThe Ventura County Medical Examiner's office confirmed "Glee" actress Naya Rivera accidentally drowned in Lake Piru days before her body was found.
Parents Worry Virtual Learning May Be Unsustainable As New School Year ApproachesAs more school districts across SoCal opt to start the upcoming school year virtually, parents are scrambling to figure out how they'll continue working while also facilitating their child's learning.
Feds Drop Rule Requiring International Students To Leave US If Schools Remain Online OnlyThe Trump administration rescinded a rule Tuesday that would have required international students to transfer or leave the country if their schools held classes entirely online because of the pandemic.
Family Hoping For Answers In Death Of Lancaster Man Attacked Last WeekThe victim's family said the suspects got away in a silver or white four-door Honda Civic. Anyone with information was asked to call the LASD's homicide bureau.
'This Can Happen To Anybody': Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia Opens Up About Mother, Stepfather Battling CoronavirusAs coronavirus cases and hospitalizations continue to rise across California, Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia is opening up about his mother and stepfather, who are both on ventilators battling COVID-19.
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Blind 10-Year-Old Girl Reaches Finals Of L.A.-Based National Writing CompetitionA Nebraska girl who is legally blind has been selected as a finalist for a national writing competition sponsored by the Los Angeles-based Braille Institute. Katie Johnston reports.
University Students Developing At-Home COVID-19 Test That Returns Results In 30 MinutesStudents at Purdue University say they are developing a COVID-19 test that’s designed to be taken at home and return results in as little as 30 minutes. Katie Johnston reports.
Kroger Grocery Stores Will No Longer Give Change In Coins Amid ShortageDon't expect to receive change in coins when you go to one grocery store. Kroger, a supermarket chain with hundreds of locations in Texas alone, has stopped giving customers coin change, citing the nationwide shortage of pennies, nickels, dimes and quarter in circulation as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Katie Johnston reports.

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