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All personal care services — including massage and tattoo parlors — will now be allowed to resume modified indoor operations statewide.

California health officials will devote additional resources to curb coronavirus transmission rates in Riverside, L.A. and San Bernardino counties.

Officials stressed that the disease can strike any age group and that personal decisions on adhering to prevention measures will dictate when the county can further lift restrictions on businesses and public facilities.

The woman, who had a Trump 2020 mask draped below her chin but not covering her face, yells, ‘This is America and I don’t have to do what you say.’

COVID-19 hasn’t quite changed everything: In elections for the L.A. Board of Education, it’s still charter school advocates facing off against the teachers union. The stakes are high.

Early ballots cast by people who die before election day are sometimes cited as proof of voter fraud, but in many states they’re perfectly legal.

In suits nationwide, students say they aren’t getting what they paid for; universities counter that they are doing their best amid a crisis.

The coronavirus outbreak has indelibly imprinted itself on life in Los Angeles — down to the composition of trash washing up on its beaches.

Thousands of patients in L.A. County’s public hospital system face long, sometimes deadly waits to see specialists, a Times investigation has found. The system serves primarily the region’s poorest and most vulnerable residents.


Housing & Homelessness

For years, homes that have been converted into shared living spaces have been considered part of the solution to homelessness. They face a crackdown from the Los Angeles Fire Department in what the operators of the homes say is unfair harassment.

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