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After cool start to week, temperature levels in Southern California anticipated

Prepare to trade a sweatshirt for plain old sweat. Just days after experiencing heats in the 60s– in some places accompanied by rain– Southern California residents will handle heats 15 to 20 degrees above normal on Friday, April 30, particularly far from the coast, the National Weather condition Service said. …

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Less LA County residents are getting immunized– and Ferrer calls

In a pattern referred to as “extremely worrisome,” the variety of people getting their first COVID-19 vaccination at Los Angeles County sites dropped substantially over the previous week, marking the first such drop and causing more calls today for people get the shots and propel the county towards a go …

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Previous Pasadena resident suffering from long term case of COVID 19 in

By all accounts, previous Pasadena homeowner Chris Burns was always full of energy. ” Chris is an unstoppable force of nature,” stated Laurent Malaquais, a pal of Burns who dealt with him in the movie industry. “I remember we would be on shoots and he would go 14, 15 hours, …

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Poseidon wins key authorization for desalination plant in Huntington Beach

Poseidon Water’s questionable proposition for a desalination plant in Huntington Beach won a key permit Thursday, April 29, when the Santa Ana Regional Water Board cast a split vote approving a compromise less stringent than the environmental terms proposed at board’s April 23 hearing. Poseidon, which has been working on …

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Photos: With pandemic alleviating, Pasadena Ice Skating Center says play it

Skater Mireille Chan, 7-years old, practices with coach Joyce Mekchai at the Pasadena Ice Skating Center, Tuesday, April 27, 2021. The center opened on Tuesday after being closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The center opened for private specific skating sessions with restricted capability and stringent health security protocols in …

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Reversing course, LAPD will now permit officers to utilize some less lethal

Los Angeles Authorities Department authorities confirmed Thursday that they will as soon as again allow officers to use less-lethal projectile launchers during protests after a federal judge modified an order that had positioned restrictions on the use of the weapons. Although recently’s short-term limiting order, released by U.S. District Judge …

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UTLA president: LAUSD school reopenings have actually typically gone well, ‘but

LAUSD Superintendent Austin Beutner and UTLA President Cecily Myart-Cruz go to the school chicken coop at Playa Vista Elementary School on Thursday, April 29, 2021. (Image by Axel Koester, Contributing Photographer). LAUSD Superintendent Austin Beutner and UTLA President Cecily Myart-Cruz check out the school chicken cage at Playa Vista Primary …

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California’s huge city mayors require $20 billion to combat

Mayors of California’s largest cities– consisting of several in Southern California– are getting in touch with the guv and Legislature to dedicate $20 billion over 5 years to face the daunting and pervasive issue of homelessness. Santa Ana Mayor Vicente Sarmiento acknowledged in a virtual press conference Thursday, April 29, …

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Biden touts tax strategy in Georgia: Wealthy, corporations need to pay their

By Zeke Miller and Aamer Madhani|Associated Press DULUTH, Ga.– President Joe Biden took his pitch to Georgia on Thursday night for $4 trillion in spending to reconstruct the nation’s aged infrastructure and greatly broaden the federal social safeguard, selecting a new political battlefield to make his case that Americans want …

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Guard dog group sues L.A. County over disclosure of misbehavior records

A police guard dog group is taking legal action against Los Angeles County in an effort to require the disclosure of information of roughly 1,000 misbehavior claims and lawsuits versus the Constable’s Department and the District Attorney’s Office. Lawyers with the UCI Law School Intellectual Property, Arts and Technology clinic …

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