Jan. 27, 2021


California officials have struck a far-reaching agreement with Blue Shield to distribute vaccine to counties, pharmacies and private healthcare providers.

L.A. County officials said they are concerned about low COVID-19 vaccination numbers among healthcare workers in South L.A. and other communities of color.

With strict limits on indoor commerce, some businesses bent or broke public health rules to serve their customers. Owners say they had little choice.

Here is what you can do — and what you should not do — as COVID-19 restrictions are eased in Los Angeles County.

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Leachman, who worked well into her 80s and became the oldest contestant on “Dancing With the Stars” in 2008, died Tuesday evening of natural causes, her publicist said.

Ricardo Pacheco has agreed to plead guilty to taking bribes in exchange for his vote to ratify a police union’s contract with the city. The case was kept secret as he began cooperating with the FBI’s public corruption investigation.

Sparks star and reigning WNBA defensive player of the year Candace Parker has agreed to play with the Chicago Sky.

P-95 joins nine other mountain lions being tracked in Los Angeles County and is the seventh known to be roaming the Santa Monica Mountains.

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Awards contenders: Film scores

Film scores do more than distract the viewer, they often set the tone of the movie. Whether orchestrating the mental maze of Ludwig Göransson’s “Tenet” or tapping into the Civil War in James Newton Howard’s “News of the World,” 2020’s awards-contending composers, like “Minari’s” Emile Mosseri, had to navigate through a difficult year.

Howard Shore, Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross, and Terence Blanchard: These film composers took the sting out of the year’s pain.

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Biden: ‘Can’t wait any longer’ on climate crisis
Biden: 'Can't wait any longer' on climate crisis

President Biden announced new actions to combat climate change and take the first step toward a ban on oil leasing on federal land. Even as opponents were claiming the initiatives would cost jobs, Biden emphasized that a comprehensive climate effort would create clean energy jobs nationwide.


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In its annual report, FilmLA highlights how the shutdown of filming in 2020 due to the health crisis has led to a generational low in film activity.

Kristen Stewart, whose casting was scrutinized over the summer, embodies Lady Diana Spencer in the first image from Pablo Larraín’s biopic “Spencer.”

Regina King’s “One Night in Miami” does not explore the multiple domestic violence charges later brought against NFL great Jim Brown. But Black storytellers often face a purity test regarding historical accuracy that other filmmakers escape.

The NFL announced Wednesday that Amanda Gorman, L.A.'s celebrated inauguration poet, will recite an original piece at the Super Bowl next month.

According to court documents, former USC lineman Chad Wheeler choked girlfriend, causing her to lose consciousness after she refused to bow to him.

Top free-agent starter Trevor Bauer and Angels pitching coach Mickey Calloway have feuded, and far less expensive alternatives abound to improve the rotation.

Players at the Farmers Insurance Open say they’ll need to adjust to lack of galleries because of local COVID-19 limits.

The head of the Republican National Committee is declining to encourage former President Trump to run for the White House in 2024.

Holocaust survivors commemorate their lost loved ones as the world marks the 76th anniversary of the liberation of the Nazis’ Auschwitz death camp.

Woolly mittens worn by Sen. Bernie Sanders at the presidential inauguration have helped raise $1.8 million in the last five days.

Eschewing the Trump administration’s approach, President Biden is restoring U.S. relations with the Palestinians and renewing aid to Palestinian refugees.


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