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One boy killed, another injured in Westlake Village crash
Police said one person was detained after a crash killed one child and injured another Tuesday night in Westlake Village.
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Fatal cases of COVID-19 at nursing facilities prompt new California law
With skilled nursing homes hit particularly hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, Gov. Gavin Newsom on Tuesday signed a law requiring the facilities in California to report disease-related deaths to health authorities within 24 hours during declared emergencies.
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Military cargo plane, fighter jet collide near Salton Sea
Military cargo plane, fighter jet collide near Salton Sea
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Band director in Anaheim sexually abused students decades ago, lawsuit alleges
An Anaheim junior high school band director molested eight female students from the 1970s to the 1990s, forcing one girl to have two abortions, a lawsuit alleges.
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Attempted murder charges filed in attack on officer; LAPD investigating video leak
Prosecutors filed attempted murder charges Tuesday against a man accused in an attack on a police officer inside the Harbor Community police station.
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Southern California is held back from reopening as other regions get green light
Ten more counties progressed through the state's COVID-19 reopening blueprint Tuesday, but no place in Southern California was able to change tiers.
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Playgrounds can reopen in California with some COVID-19 restrictions
All visitors 2 or older must wear face masks and maintain a 6-foot separation between households. Visits are expected to be limited to 30 minutes.
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After dozens died in 2017, Santa Rosa residents were prepared when flames returned this week
The Tubbs fire killed dozens of people who didn't evacuate quickly enough. This time, officials were determined the Shady fire wouldn't be a repeat.
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As crews battle Martindale fire, heat and dry conditions keep L.A. County on edge
Such conditions are fueling large blazes and small brush fires in L.A. County. "The fuels are critically dry," an official said.
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Glass fire nearly quadruples in size in a day, burning 80 homes in Napa Valley
The 42,000-acre blaze, which burned rapidly Sunday through Napa Valley's Silverado Trail, has raised concerns about the fate of the area's wineries.
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As flames tear through wine country, residents flash back to 2017
Fire stormed through California's wine country Sunday night, destroying numerous homes and forcing thousands to flee, including in areas devastated by the Tubbs fire in 2017.
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Coalition of schools say they're ready to open and are pushing the county to let them
L.A. County supervisors and health director Barbara Ferrer are under pressure to issue waivers that would allow elementary schools to open.
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Why one coronavirus metric might be keeping your county from reopening
California counties need to show 7.0 or fewer new coronavirus cases per 100,000 residents each day for two weeks to see some restrictions lifted. That's a high bar for some.
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Keith Hufnagel, pro skateboarder who launched global streetwear brand Huf, dies at 46
In an era when skateboarding was seen as a diversion for slackers, Hufnagel helped turn the sport into a lifestyle.
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Brush fire threatening homes in Santa Clarita amid red-flag conditions
The fire broke out just after 3 p.m., burning a 10-acre area about 15 miles northeast of Santa Clarita. Within about 20 minutes, it had spread to 200 acres.
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PG&E outages leave tens of thousands without power as fires tear through Northern California
Some 87,00 Pacific Gas & Electric customers in 16 California counties were without power Monday morning after the utility shut down equipment amid dangerous fire weather.
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Santa Rosa residents flee, hoping their homes survive as fire bears down
Fire tore into the edge of Santa Rosa on Sunday night, bringing destruction and memories of the 2017 Tubbs fire.
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Kitten dubbed 'Baby Yoda' rescued from North Complex fire
Firefighters found the tiny orange tabby with ginormous ears covered in soot and ash on a road near Berry Creek.
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How a narrow gap of land brought another fire nightmare to California wine country
The Shady fire erupted and quickly moved toward Santa Rosa, barreling between the Northern California burn scars of 2017's Tubbs and Nuns fires.
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Latinos find a piece of Old West dream in 'Bonanza' country, fires be damned
Many Latinos gravitate to the Antelope Valley's back country for its rugged terrain and individualistic ethos. Fire danger comes with the territory.
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Heat wave bringing dangerous conditions to fire-ravaged Southern California
The forecast calls for temperatures in the triple digits in parts of Southern California through at least Thursday, the National Weather Service says.
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Federal judge orders U.S. Postal Service to stop operations that slowed mail in California and the nation
The order is the latest rejection of efforts by Postmaster General Louis DeJoy to make changes that have caused delays in delivery of medication, unemployment checks, more.
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Paradise again threatened as deadly fires push toward towns gutted by 2018 inferno
Evacuations are underway for several small California towns devastated by the Camp fire in 2018 and are now threatened by the North Complex fire.
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Earthquake: 2 small quakes reported Sunday near Fremont, Calif.
Two magnitude 3.4 earthquakes rattled near Fremont, Calif., on Sunday.
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Photos: Napa and Sonoma counties under assault from Glass and Shady fires
California's wine county is once again facing threats from wildfires.
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Fires besiege wine country: 11,000 acres burned, homes lost, thousands flee
Four blazes — the Glass and Boysen fires in Napa County, the Shady fire in Santa Rosa and the Zogg fire in Shasta County — ignited over the weekend.
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Record temperatures lure 'heat tourists' to Death Valley National Park
Record temperatures are drawing a special type of visitor to Death Valley National Park this summer.
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