Stephanie Lai was a 2020 intern for the Los Angeles Times. Hailing from Temecula, she previously covered Riverside County and the Inland Empire and is now focused on Orange County. Lai is an undergraduate student at Columbia University studying political science and serves as the news editor for her student paper, the Columbia Daily Spectator.
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La primera orden de cierre por coronavirus de California, en la primavera, produjo beneficios en un mes.
The state’s March restrictions flattened the coronavirus curve, but the latest order must tame an infection rate that is already wildly out of control.
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Five weeks after the Silverado fire forced nearly 100,000 residents to flee, the Bond fire ignited in Orange County’s canyon country.
The blaze, which ignited late Wednesday, ballooned to 7,200 acres, and officials said multiple structures may have been damaged by the fire.
Los manifestantes se reunieron frente a la casa de la directora de Salud Pública del Condado de Los Ángeles, Bárbara Ferrer, para protestar contra una nueva ronda de restricciones de COVID-19.
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