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Starting Tuesday, Vaccinated Californians Can Lose Their Masks Almost Everywhere

California mask rules change when the state reopens on June 15. Here's what you need to know before the big day
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Maps Illustrate Just How Bad the Drought Really Is

Scientists are tracking drought conditions that are worse than they've been in at least 20 years
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Rep. Adam Schiff Wants a ‘Wholesale Review’ of the Trump DOJ

A New York Times bombshell this week revealed that House Dems' Apple metadata was seized by the Department of Justice
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California Is Appealing a Judge’s Reversal of the State’s Assault Weapons Ban

A legal battle is unfolding that could have implications far beyond California

States That Took COVID Seriously Did Better Economically Than States That Didn’t

California outperformed states like Florida and Texas in terms of health outcomes too

A Nun with an Alleged Gambling Habit Will Plead Guilty to Stealing Cash from a Local Catholic School

So much for the vow of poverty: Sister Mary Margaret Kreuper is accused of embezzling more than $800k from St. James Catholic School in Torrance
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Alleged Drunken Gun Play Could Lead to New Booze Rules for Off-Duty L.A. Cops

After a handful of incidents that demonstrate alcohol and guns don't mix, the Police Commission wants an LAPD report on the issue
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How Doctors and Patients Alike Came Around to Ketamine

The psychoactive drug was once a last resort for people seeking relief from depression, but it's becoming a more common therapy in Los Angeles and beyond
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California’s State of Emergency Will Continue After the Big Reopening. What Does It Mean?

Gov. Gavin Newsom's critics are painting it as a power grab, but keeping a state of emergency in effect isn't necessarily out of the ordinary
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An Attorney Repping Recall Advocates Once Worked with the Judge Who Ruled in Their Favor

The judge who granted the Gavin Newsom recall campaign extra time to collect signatures didn't disclose that he used to work alongside the recall campaign's counsel