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Prosecutors charged three Inland Empire women in separate schemes in which they allegedly raked in a combined $1.2 million in COVID-related unemployment benefits using the names of California inmates.

After a canceled season in 2020 — the first in 98 years — the Bowl will reopen with free shows for healthcare, grocery and other essential workers.

The 20-year-old operator of the bar and grill has been arrested three times this month for defying health and safety orders.

Many Americans have turned to prayer to cope with COVID-era stress. But medical authorities caution that it’s no substitute for good medical care.

Linath Lim fled the brutal Khmer Rouge regime and became a doctor in Fresno. Amid the pandemic, she treated farmworkers and the poor, until the virus caught up with her.

Long Beach becomes the latest jurisdiction to offer widespread access to COVID-19 vaccines, saying it will inoculate residents ages 16 and up.

While California’s COVID-19 case rate has dropped, Dr. Anthony Fauci says the nationwide count has ‘plateaued at a disturbingly high level.’

Excess supplies and unused appointments have led officials in some parts of the state to make doses available to all adults, even those not eligible under current rules.

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