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A New Study Says L.A. Is the Third Worst City in the U.S. for Lung Health

The results aren't exactly a breath of fresh air for Californians
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The City Hall Corruption Scandal Just Got Even More Intriguing. Here’s What You Need to Know

As new allegations come to light and new suspects are named, a look at the present and potential future of the DOJ’s sprawling "Operation Casino Loyale"
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Larry Elder Will Appear on the Recall Ballot—and He Already Leads the Pack

A poll shows that the conservative talk show host has a ten-point lead on the next-most-popular Republican challengers
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Inside the Downfall of an Accused COVID Con

Keith Middlebrook lived a life of red carpets, luxury cars, and celebrity clients. But when he claimed to have invented a COVID-19 vaccine, he became the pandemic’s first federal defendant.
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L.A. City Council Approves a Controversial Anti-Camping Ordinance

Lawmakers are attempting to get a handle on the city's encampments by allowing case-by-case enforcement in sensitive areas, and homeless advocates are concerned
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A New Poll Shows the Recall Election Could Be Tight

California voters who are likely to vote in the recall in September appear to be nearly split on ousting Governor Gavin Newsom
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L.A. Band Grateful Shred Linked to a Santa Cruz COVID Outbreak

Members of the Grateful Dead tribute act "nearly all" tested positive, along with some crew members and fans, after a series of live shows
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Los Angeles Will Require City Employees to Get Vaxxed or Submit to Testing

In the wake of a similar announcement at the state level, top city officials say they're working on a plan
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LAUSD Will Require Weekly COVID Testing for All Students and Staff—Even If They’re Vaxxed

As the pandemic outlook evolves, the nation's second-largest school district is taking extra precautions
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If the Bipartisan Infrastructure Plan Fails, California and L.A. Lose Big

From erosion mitigation to a new Metro stop, here's what the state loses if a critical bill dies in the Senate