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‘Those who need it the most are the ones who are not getting it’: Latino families urged to apply for L.A. rent relief

‘Those who need it the most are the ones who are not getting it’: Latino families urged to apply for L.A. rent relief

As the deadline for a rent relief program available to low-income tenants in Los Angeles swiftly approaches, community leaders took to the streets Monday to spread the word to families who have not been able to pay their rent because of the COVID-19 pandemic.“A census program was initiated and we’ve seen tens of thousands of Angelenos, local residents, apply. But we’ve also seen a huge disparity in the number of Latinos families applying,” Councilman Kevin de León said at a Monday news conference. “Just as we saw with the vaccine rollout, those who need it the most are the ones who are not...

Apr 26
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California’s coronavirus case rate is the lowest in the continental U.S.

California’s coronavirus case rate is the lowest in the continental U.S.

California’s coronavirus case rate is now the lowest in the continental U.S., an achievement that reflects months of hard-won progress against the pandemic in the aftermath of the state’s devastating fall-and-winter surge.The state’s latest seven-day rate of new cases — 40.3 per 100,000 people — is dramatically lower than the nationwide rate of 135.3 and edged only by Hawaii, 39.1, over that same time period,  from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.At the other end of the spectrum is Michigan, which has far and away the highest seven-day case rate in the nation, at 483 per...

Apr 21
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COVID-19 mutations rise with cases in L.A. and elsewhere, posing new challenge

COVID-19 mutations rise with cases in L.A. and elsewhere, posing new challenge

The race against the virus that causes COVID-19 has taken a new turn: Mutations are rapidly popping up, and the longer it takes to vaccinate people, the more likely it is that a variant that can elude current tests, treatments and vaccines could emerge.The coronavirus is becoming more genetically diverse, and health officials say the high rate of new cases is the main reason. Each new infection gives the virus a chance to mutate as it makes copies of itself, threatening to undo the progress made so far to control the pandemic.On Friday, the World Health Organization urged more effort to...

Jan 19
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Towering ‘King Tides’ slam California coastline

Towering ‘King Tides’ slam California coastline

Astronomical high tides known as “King Tides” are hitting the California coast on Sunday and Monday mornings — and in some places, into Tuesday — with tides expected to reach nearly 7 feet.King Tides happen when the sun, moon and Earth are in alignment and the moon is in its closest position to the Earth, creating a stronger gravitational pull. The next King Tides event will occur Dec. 13 to Dec. 15.The California coast is not expected to see major flooding as a result of the tides but some low-lying areas are taking precautions.Suggest a Correction× Close Ad

Nov 15
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Compton man arrested, charged with attempted murder in ambush shooting of 2 deputies

Compton man arrested, charged with attempted murder in ambush shooting of 2 deputies

A suspect is in custody in the ambush shooting of two Los Angeles County deputies in Compton earlier in September, Sheriff Alex Villanueva announced Wednesday.Described by Villanueva as a “coward,” the suspect was identified during a 10 a.m. news conference as 36-year-old Deonte Lee Murray of Compton.Murray has been charged with premeditated attempted murder of a peace officer and possession of a firearm by a felon, according to a from Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office.Investigators believe Murray is the walking up to a patrol car outside the Martin Luther King Jr. Transit...

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September 30, 2020
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No arrests made after 2 vehicles drove through crowd of protesters in Hollywood, LAPD says

No arrests made after 2 vehicles drove through crowd of protesters in Hollywood, LAPD says

LAPD is investigating Friday after a vehicle drove through a crowd of people in Hollywood protesting police brutality and the decision in the Breonna Taylor case.A group of more than 300 gathered around 7 p.m. Thursday and marched through Hollywood for a largely peaceful protest, eventually making their way onto Sunset Boulevard.Around 9 p.m., a blue pick-up truck in the 6500 block of Sunset Boulevard ” attempted to maneuver through the crowd of protestors,” LAPD said in a news release. “The protestors began beating his vehicle with sticks and tried to open the door to his vehicle.  As he...

September 25, 2020
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