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LAUSD Is Getting Some Help from PBS to Keep Kids Learning During the Shutdown

Half of LAUSD students do not have their own computer at home
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A Local Guy Needs a Kidney and His Friends Came Up with a Creative Way to Help

You can't buy a kidney—but you can rent a billboard at a busy L.A. intersection
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Why Has L.A. County Tested So Few People for the Coronavirus?

In a county of 10 million people, only a handful have undergone testing
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L.A. Public Health Officials Advise Not Even Going Out for Groceries During This ‘Critical Week’

Dr. Barbara Ferrer pleads with Angelenos to truly stay home–or risk "skyrocketing" infections
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UPDATE: L.A. Gyms Are Temporarily Closing Amid the Coronavirus Outbreak

Gyms and other fitness facilities are among the public places included in Mayor Garcetti's executive order
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L.A. County Declares a Coronavirus Emergency

The Department of Public Health announced six new cases Wednesday morning
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‘Solidarity Not Charity’: How L.A.’s ‘Mutual Aid’ Groups Are Creating Community During a Crisis

Throughout the Southland, volunteers are determining where help is needed—and then they're organizing
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West Hollywood Mayor John D’Amico Has Tested Positive for COVID-19

All city staff have been directed to work off-site
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From Hollywood to Silicon Beach, L.A. Professionals Are Using LSD to Amp Up Their Careers

Taking small amounts of psychedelic drugs—a practice known as "microdosing"—has gone mainstream

A Giant, Free Clinic Will Be Open in DTLA for Three Days This November

Care Harbor helps uninsured Angelenos stay healthy and safe