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The LA Dodgers have announced there will be a special section for vaccinated fans for their game against the San Diego Padres on Saturday, although anyone in attendance hoping for a return to full freedoms will be disappointed.
Golf icon Tiger Woods was traveling way above the safe speed limit when he lost control of his car and crashed in California in February, Los Angeles County police have revealed.
Bioluminescence is always awe-inspiring, but in the context of the coronavirus pandemic lockdown, for many surfers in California its recent appearance was an ethereal call to ride the waves once more after weeks stuck inside.
A federal judge has overturned a law forcing Californians to undergo background checks when buying ammunition, arguing the rule set fire to the Second Amendment and deprived citizens of their right to bear arms.
With lockdown taking its toll on people the world over, one man sought refuge in the so-called ‘happiest place on Earth’, breaking into Disneyland in California to get away from it all.
The number of people infected with Covid-19 in Los Angeles County could be many times higher than official figures suggest, researchers say, warning that predictions and public health strategies need an overhaul.
Americans protesting their states’ coronavirus lockdown measures won’t be able to organize protests on Facebook any longer, after the Silicon Valley firm declared them “harmful misinformation.”
Sniffing that Americans working from home should “dress like the adult you’re getting paid to be” rather than prioritize comfort over office dress code, a Los Angeles Times writer got a digital spanking for his skewed priorities.
The continued existence of CNN is surprising, Elon Musk tweeted, after the network said the 1,000 ventilators that the Tesla CEO had promised to California never made it to hospitals. Musk posted evidence to the contrary.