March 31, 2020
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Because of the coronavirus outbreak, state public schools are unlikely to reopen, state schools Supt. Tony Thurmond said Tuesday.
Up to now, federal officials have urged the healthy not to wear masks. But that guidance may be changing.
In the first case on skid row, an employee of the Union Rescue Mission tested positive for the novel coronavirus. He is being treated at USC Medical Center.
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Managers say they’re adding more social distancing measures to ensure safe shopping amid coronavirus outbreak.
As restaurants around the U.S. close, prices for the cut of pork used to make bacon have plunged to lows not seen since Bill Clinton was president.
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Plácido Domingo, who tested positive for the coronavirus March 22 and was reportedly hospitalized days ago, is home and feeling “fine,” he said in a statement.
In his new book, Colton Underwood — who was recently diagnosed with coronavirus — talks about being manipulated by producers on “The Bachelor.”
ABC drama ‘For Life’ is based on the experience of falsely accused prisoner-turned-lawyer Isaac Wright Jr. He spoke with The Times about the experience.
Times fashion critic Adam Tschorn reviews the winning looks from the first two episodes of “Making the Cut,” Amazon’s new fashion competition series.
The NCAA Division I Council group will meet as originally planned in late April to push legislation forward on name-image-likeness issue despite the coronavirus pandemic.
Angels pitcher and union representative Andrew Heaney said the players union has discussed beginning the season by playing games without fans in ballparks.
Having finished home quarantine, the Lakers announced no players have coronavirus symptoms.
Eric Nusbaum’s “Stealing Home” follows a family displaced from Chavez Ravine, where Dodger Stadium was built.
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