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Sheriff’s Department reviewing incident at Lancaster gas station where deputy pinned a Black man to the ground while holding a gun to his head.

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Federal appeals court rejects challenge to a California program that provides retirement savings for workers who don’t have a pension or 401(k).

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The pandemic’s “shecession” could set back decades of progress on workplace equality, especially among Latina, Black and Asian women.

Sanctioned tent camps sprouted up in San Francisco at the beginning of the COVID pandemic and have become key to the city’s homelessness response.

It’s a mad commencement scramble to deliver some pomp to the Class of 2021. Universities are changing their plans the very week that wider reopenings are announced.

“We do need to work harder to ensure that there’s good information and easy access to vaccinations for our younger people,” L.A. County Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer said.

Orange County will close mass vaccination sites at the Anaheim Convention Center, OC Fair & Event Center, Soka University and Santa Ana College.

The owner of the Old Corner Saloon in San Joaquin County is arrested after allegedly selling fake COVID-19 vaccination cards to undercover agents.

There will be no LA Pride parade in 2021 because of the coronavirus pandemic, but there are virtual and charity events planned.

Dr. Nadine Burke Harris has become one of the nation’s most influential public health figures while guiding California’s efforts during the pandemic.

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Sanitation workers collected about 35 tons of trash while cleaning the remnants of a homeless encampment at Echo Park Lake, which the city is hoping to reopen by the end of this month.

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