» A brush fire broke out in Santa Barbara County on Thursday. At least 200 acres were quickly charred. High temperatures and strong winds are contributing to high-risk conditions in the region. [Los Angeles Times]
» The LAPD officer who repeatedly punched a man in a disturbing video that has been circulating this week has been involved in three prior on-duty shooting incidents. In one, he killed a Guatemalan day laborer; in another, he shot an unarmed 18-year-old. [Los Angeles Times]
» DMV offices will begin to reopen on Friday. Customers will be required to wear face masks and line up six feet apart from each other. [KTLA]
» The Los Angeles Chargers released their 2020-2021 game schedule. The NFL team appears to think it will be playing matches in L.A. as early as September. [USA Today]
» A popular summer camp chain has filed for bankruptcy and is refusing to refund parents who booked ahead. Camp Galileo operated 70 locations, including several in SoCal. [CBS Los Angeles]
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» Here’s Everything L.A. County Will Allow to Reopen on May 8 The county released a full list of businesses and facilities that can reopen to the public starting today
» Did Serial Hoaxer Jacob Wohl Try to Take Down Dr. Fauci with Phony Assault Accusations? A local woman claims the right-wing agitator from Riverside brought her into a scheme intended to discredit the public health expert
» Axl Rose Takes on Steven Mnuchin in a Weird Twitter Feud The Guns N’ Roses frontman isn’t a fan of the Treasury Secretary’s travel advice
ONE MORE THING
Where to Order Mother’s Day Brunch, Dinner, or Treats to Go
The usual celebrations of Mother’s Day are a little tough to pull off while staying at home. Nobody’s going out for some elaborate brunch–and, really, does the thought of walking a buffet line grabbing breathed-on baked goods even sound appealing anymore? But one thing you can do is order her a nice meal for delivery or takeout. Here’s how to do it.
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