Morning Brief: Wildfire Conditions Return to the Region this Week

Also Dave Chappelle’s Netflix victory, Grammy nominations drop, and more

» Conditions that bring a high risk of wildfires will return in Southern California this week. Forecasts call for a Santa Ana wind event, similar to the one that whipped up the Thomas Fire in 2017.  [Los Angeles Times]

» Grammy nominations dropped on Tuesday. Beyoncé, Roddy Ricch, Dua Lipa, and Taylor Swift lead the pack. [CBS News]

» At least 219 inmates and 12 staffers at the Metropolitan Detention Center in downtown L.A. currently have COVID-19. The situation is believed to be one of the largest active outbreaks inside a prison anywhere in the U.S. [Forbes]

» Chappelle’s Show is no longer on Netflix, following a request by Dave Chappelle to remove it. The comedian, who created, stars in, and executive produced the series, says he received no compensation for the program’s appearance on the platform. [CNN]


» Billionaire Larry Ellison Is Attempting to Manage COVID-19 on the Hawaiian Island He Owns The Oracle founder owns 98 percent of the 140-square-mile island of Lanai, where residents are dealing with a wave of virus infections

» Opposition to L.A. County’s Outdoor Dining Shutdown Grows Business people, industry groups, and even some public officials want the measure to be reconsidered

» Move Over, Kardashians: TikTok Families Are the New Reality TV Families Both Addison Rae and Charli D’Amelio are making viral fame a family affair


A L.A. preschool student enjoys a turkey dinner in 1951 | Los Angeles Examiner/USC Libraries/Corbis via Getty Images

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