The latest news from the LA Times
All the latest news from the LA Times
All the latest news from the LA Times
California restricts business travel; studies show continued inequity amongst marginalized groups; State colleges change to accommodate in state students; couple fined for destruction of over 30 endangered Joshua trees; Youtube lends it's name to performance venue.
Highly contagious Delta coronavirus variant spreading fast; Garcetti appointee quits redistricting panel; Sheriff’s Department ordered to release misconduct, use-of-force records
Delta variant of Covid-19 begins to spread; California vaccine rate climbs; San Francisco requires city workers to be vaccinated against Covid-19; Gavin Newsom recall gathers enough signatures to move forward.
In two very different California disputes, Supreme Court affirms private property rights; L.A. Unified board approves record $20-billion budget for pandemic education recovery;LAPD launches investigation into officers’ relationship with Ring; Britney Spears wants out of her 13-year conservatorship: ‘I’m so angry it’s insane;’ Elton John to perform his last-ever concerts in U.S. at Dodger Stadium in 2022
LA County extends eviction moratorium; Garcetti top aid Ana Guerrero; Venice boardwalk homeless sweeps continue; Covid-19 infection rates disproportionately high for Black and Latino residents; SoCal housing costs continue to reach all time highs.
Latest news from the Los Angeles Times
Many LA cops and firefighters aren’t vaccinated against COVID-19; California unveils system to provide digital COVID-19 vaccine records; After week of record heat, here is what Southern California can expect in coming days
California loosens mask rules for vaccinated employees; In new milestone, California administers 40 millionth dose of COVID-19 vaccine; Californians will again have to show they’re job hunting to receive unemployment benefits; Two Golden Globes voters resign in protest over HFPA’s ‘status quo’ reform efforts; Hikes, food, music and more. Here are 25 Juneteenth events happening around L.A.
Blistering heat blankets Southern California as flex alert issued for Thursday afternoon’ For these 5 L.A. community groups, a $50-million windfall from MacKenzie Scott; Amazon Studios wants half of its creative teams to be diverse by 2024; Burbank restaurant that defied COVID-19 shutdown orders is evicted
Councilman Mike Bonin is served with a recall notice. It’s the second in L.A. in a week; Top music industry executives still overwhelmingly white and male, says USC report; Senate approves bill to make Juneteenth a federal holiday; Cable cars to return to San Francisco as pandemic ebbs, city reopens
Vaccinated California workers poised to ditch masks this week; Six vacation packages as new vaccine incentive announced by Governor Gavin Newsom; California offers $100 million to aid legal cannabis industry; Dr. Dre, Jimmy Iovine to launch L.A. magnet high school; LeBron James will switch to jersey No. 6, Lakers announce
California to fully reopen tomorrow; LAPD shootings of unstable people wielding sharp objects a deadly problem; Nearly $1 billion restored to California bullet train
California appeals judge’s ruling that overturned the state’s assault weapons ban; Councilwoman Nithya Raman faces recall bid from L.A. group; Riz Ahmed on violent representation of Muslims in Hollywood; Unshaken: What to know about earthquake preparedness
Californians vaccinated for COVID-19 can largely shed masks; San Francisco is nearing coronavirus herd immunity, but L.A. still has months to go; Los Angeles is poised to ban landlords from harassing tenants; Smorgasburg, closed since March 2020, returns July Fourth
COVID-19 vaccination site opens at Union Station as state hurtles toward reopening; Police Commission to consider new alcohol rules for armed off-duty officers; Suspect charged with murder in road rage shooting death of Aiden Leos; In state’s final weekly COVID-19 assessment, more than half of Californians living in yellow tier; Some Black parents see less bullying, racism with online learning and are keeping kids home
California has one of the lowest coronavirus transmission levels in the U.S.; Gun recovered, new details emerge in apparent road rage killing of 6-year-old Aiden Leos; California moves to make abortion cheaper, as other states work to restrict it; Original rainbow flag returns home to San Francisco after being lost for more than 40 years
L.A.’s youngest Black and Latino residents are least likely to be vaccinated for COVID-19; After judge overturns California assault weapons ban, state officials vow to fight back; Long Beach takes over Queen Mary, vowing to preserve the landmark ship
Last year’s Castle fire killed at least 10% of world’s giant sequoias, study says; Drought ravages California’s reservoirs ahead of hot summer; California lawmakers balk at proposed gun tax to fund violence prevention programs; Azusa police suffered a ransomware attack in 2018. The city kept it secret; California to allow sale of to-go cocktails through the end of the year
California will recover from the pandemic faster than the U.S., forecast says; California bill would give healthcare workers COVID bonuses; Rural California is falling behind in COVID vaccine rates; Taix French Restaurant gets historic designation — but not for its Echo Park building
Officials vote to rename Jim Crow Road in rural Northern California town; 70% of adult Californians are partially vaccinated against COVID-19; California to consider ending some workplace mask requirements; Bank of America must provide more proof of fraud before freezing EDD accounts, court orders; Coachella and Stagecoach festivals announce 2022 dates
Schools face mental health crisis among students as pandemic trauma remains; Newsom orders independent investigation into murder conviction of Kevin Cooper; CDC relaxes mask guidance for unvaccinated youth campers when outside; Dodgers’ Max Muncy hits his 100th career home run: ‘It’s a pretty cool number’
California to pay $116.5 million in gifts, cash to those who get COVID vaccinations; New California COVID relief could include checks, business grants, child savings accounts; California voters will decide in 2022 whether to allow sports betting; Lakers extend Staples Center lease for 20 years; 2022 Oscars pushed back a month, will return to usual venue