- Beutner presses for L.A. schools to become COVID-19 vaccine centers
L.A. schools Supt. Austin Beutner pushes for schools to become vaccine centers, which also would become part of his plan to open campuses safely.
- Column: What Netflix's 'Cobra Kai' teaches us about how to deal with Trump
A show about teenage karate warriors, "Cobra Kai" offers insights on repentance, redemption, forgiveness and unity in the face of existential evil.
- Fight against COVID-19 hits wall of defiance, suspicion in rural California: 'The excuses just go on'
In rural Northern California, small public health departments battle COVID-19 in a region where skepticism of the virus runs deep.
- California warns against using a batch of Moderna COVID-19 vaccines after allergic reactions
California's top epidemiologist told healthcare providers on Sunday to stop using a batch of Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine after a "higher than usual" number of people had apparent allergic reactions at a San Diego vaccination clinic.
- This L.A. project shows that homeless housing can be done quickly and cheaply
When L.A. County nixed a plan to build a new jail, Supervisor Hilda Solis saw an opportunity to use the land for homeless housing. In under five months, the unused parking lot has been transformed into 232 units of permanent and interim housing at $200,000 per unit, a record for speed and cost.
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- Chapman University Specific Plan Amendment #7
Chapman University has requested to amend the Chapman University Specific Plan. This document outlines requirements for future growth and development of the University in Old Towne Orange.
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- 'Light at the end of tunnel' or a small blip? Flattening COVID-19 numbers bring hope in California
'Light at the end of tunnel' or a small blip? Flattening COVID-19 numbers bring guarded optimism in California.
- O.C. district attorney drops or reduces charges in 67 cases over mishandled evidence
Mishandled evidence leads Orange County D.A. to drop or reduce charges in dozens of cases involving assault, drug possession and weapon smuggling.
- 1 in 3 L.A. County residents have been infected by coronavirus since pandemic began, new estimate shows
A 'tragic, upsetting and frankly overwhelming' situation unfolds as COVID-19 deaths soar in L.A. County.
- Chapman professor will retire after uproar over his speaking at Trump rally
The retirement of law professor John Eastman comes after days of campus controversy about his appearance at the "Save America" rally last week.
- Chapman University will not fire law professor who spoke at pro-Trump Capitol rally
The private university faced calls to take action against John Eastman, who spoke at a rally before the Capitol riot
- Alex Padilla, California’s first Latino senator, on needing to ‘walk and chew gum’ in Washington
Pacoima-raised appointee to fill Kamala Harris’s seat will take office as his state struggles with record COVID rates, especially in the neighborhood he grew up in.
- Trumps won’t greet Bidens at White House before inauguration
Instead of the outgoing president and first lady, the Bidens will be greeted by the White House chief usher Timothy Harleth, according to a source.
- Census Bureau director announces resignation
Steven Dillingham has been criticized over efforts to produce citizenship data to comply with an order from President Donald Trump.
- Yellen faces a new role: Salesperson for the nation’s economic policy
Treasury Secretary nominee Janet Yellen on Tuesday steps into a new role following more than a quarter-century in government: salesperson for economic policy after years of defending Federal Reserve thinking and actions. The Senate Finance Committee’s 10 a.m. hearing Tuesday is likely to feature topics from foreign-exchange policy to taxes, but it will also serve
- Kremlin foe Alexei Navalny returns to Moscow and is jailed for 30 days
A Russian judge on Monday ordered opposition leader Alexei Navalny jailed for 30 days, a ruling that comes after the leading Kremlin critic returned to Russia from Germany where he was recovering from nerve agent poisoning that he blames on President Vladimir Putin's government.