Laura Anaya-Morga is a former editorial assistant at the Los Angeles Times. Previously, she was a 2021 intern on the Metro desk. She is a recent graduate of UC Riverside, where she served as the news editor for the student publication, the Highlander. Previously, Anaya-Morga interned at ¡Presente! Media, highlighting the work of activist and mutual aid organizations in Philadelphia. As a SoCal native, she is passionate about covering the stories of Latinos in the area.
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A collision at an intersection sent one car careening onto the sidewalk, fatally striking the child and seriously injuring a woman.
The average accumulation of rain and snowfall across the state totaled only 11.87 inches during the 2021 water year, which ran Oct. 1, 2020, through Sept. 30.
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PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up
Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.
More than 34,000 Californians could have their electricity shut off this week as winds increase the potential for fire danger throughout the state.