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LAUSD campuses will remain closed when school resumes next month

LOS ANGELES — Amid spiking coronavirus cases, Los Angeles Unified School District campuses will remain closed when classes resume next month, Superintendent Austin Beutner said July 13, defying President Donald Trump’s demand that students return to in-person instruction. “While the new school year will begin in August, it will not start with students at school Read More…

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Governor orders new round of business restrictions as coronavirus cases rise

LOS ANGELES — On a day that saw the governor order a renewed round of business restrictions due to spiking coronavirus cases, Los Angeles County’s public health director said the pandemic is on an “alarming” path locally, but widespread adherence to infection-control measures can again slow the virus’ spread. “I know this step back in Read More…

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Three LAPD officers charged with falsifying records

LOS ANGELES — Criminal charges have been filed against three Los Angeles Police Department officers accused of falsifying records that claimed people they had stopped were gang members or gang associates, Los Angeles County District Attorney Jackie Lacey announced July 10. Braxton Shaw, 37, Michael Coblentz, 42, and Nicolas Martinez, 36, were charged July 9 Read More…