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California gas prices skyrocketing again

California gas prices skyrocketing again

Posted: Sep 26, 2022 / 06:27 AM PDTUpdated: Sep 26, 2022 / 09:54 AM PDTGas prices in Southern California are soaring once again.Residents in the Golden State are now paying more than $2 above the national average for a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline, according to .The national average stands at $3.73 per gallon, while that number rises to $5.80 in California.Prices are even higher if you live in the Los Angeles-Long Beach and Orange County areas.Prices are a little cheaper — around $5.70 per gallon — in Riverside and San Bernardino counties.Strict environmental regulations that raise...

Sep 26
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Woman killed in Fontana domestic shooting ID’d; Amber Alert for abducted daughter canceled

Woman killed in Fontana domestic shooting ID’d; Amber Alert for abducted daughter canceled

Posted: Sep 27, 2022 / 10:28 AM PDTUpdated: Sep 27, 2022 / 12:17 PM PDTA woman who was shot and killed during a domestic violence shooting has been identified and an Amber Alert related with the abduction of her daughter by her husband has been deactivated.Tracy Martinez, 45, and her husband, Anthony John Graziano, were apparently married, but separated and the pair had been living separately for more than a month. The two were in the process of getting a divorce when the fatal encounter occurred Monday morning, police confirmed to KTLA.“They were just having a sticky separation and the...

Sep 27
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L.A. County says rate of positive COVID-19 tests is ‘lowest it’s ever been’

L.A. County says rate of positive COVID-19 tests is ‘lowest it’s ever been’

Los Angeles County, which was among the hardest-hit by a deadly coronavirus surge, reported a record low number of new cases Monday as California’s overall figures continued to plummet.The county of 10 million reported under 1,000 new daily cases — back to numbers not seen since before the fall and winter surge — and the daily rate of COVID-19 tests that were positive averaged about 3% over seven days compared to about 20% in early January.“That’s actually the lowest its ever been since we’ve been offering testing in the community,” county Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer said.While...

March 2, 2021
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Gusty winds knock over trees across Southern California

Gusty winds knock over trees across Southern California

Posted: Feb 14, 2021 / 07:27 AM PSTUpdated: Feb 14, 2021 / 11:50 AM PSTThis is an archived article and the information in the article may be outdated. Please look at the time stamp on the story to see when it was last updated.Strong winds whipped Southern California overnight and through Sunday morning, knocking over trees and causing damage to power lines and parked cars.The National Weather Service forecast 25 to 40 mph winds with gusts up to 60 to 70 mph in L.A. and Ventura county mountains.While a was set to expire at noon, a will remain in effect until 3 a.m. Monday for the San...

February 14, 2021
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Some schools could reopen this week with L.A. County set to meet threshold Tuesday; parents rally to demand on-campus learning

Some schools could reopen this week with L.A. County set to meet threshold Tuesday; parents rally to demand on-campus learning

Some schools is Los Angeles County could resume on-campus learning as early as this week with the county poised to meet a state threshold for reopening, officials said Monday evening.On Tuesday, public health officials expect the county to reach the state threshold for reopening schools, an adjusted case rate of 25 per 100,000.“This encouraging news means that dozens of elementary schools will be permitted to reopen for in-class instruction for students grades TK-6 as early as this week,” the health department wrote in a .Schools will still have to submit plans outlining their safety...

February 16, 2021
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Business owners, supporters march through L.A. calling for rollback of COVID-19 restrictions

Business owners, supporters march through L.A. calling for rollback of COVID-19 restrictions

Posted: Dec 12, 2020 / 05:57 PM PSTUpdated: Dec 13, 2020 / 08:10 AM PSTThis is an archived article and the information in the article may be outdated. Please look at the time stamp on the story to see when it was last updated.Marching from Hollywood to Beverly Hills to call for a rollback of COVID-19 restrictions Saturday, business owners spoke of having to lay off staff to stay afloat and needing more aid from the government.The rally organized by dozens of business chambers and commerce associations came as stores and eateries were grappling with a new regional-stay-at-home order brought...

December 13, 2020
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