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In Orange County, Covid-19 cases and hospitalizations continue to climb and the county is also reporting spreading infections in it's schools.
Hollywood's famous Pink's Hotdog stand is taking a break due to continuing concerns about worker and customer safety. Elina Shatkin reports. 
Paul Westphal died over the weekend. He played basketball for USC from 1968 to 1972, then went on to spend three seasons with the Boston Celtics before being traded to Phoenix. 
There's a fungus that has the potential to threaten California's avocado industry.U-C Riverside has received more than 4 million dollars in federal funding to find ways to protect the iconic fruit from this fungus. 
This year’s Rose Parade was canceled — only the fourth time since the parade began in 1891 — but you could still find signs of the tradition today on Orange Grove Boulevard. Mariana Dale ran into a small flotilla of red wagon floats that bright
It’s been a difficult year to be a small business owner in Los Angeles. According to data from the review website Yelp, more businesses have closed permanently in LA than any other city in the country. So for the small businesses that survived,
The number of COVID-19 patients in L-A County hospitals continues to explode, with more than 74-hundred people now being treated. Now hospitals are preparing to ration care. Huntington Hospital in Pasadena recently posted its plan.
As COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations continue to climb, Grand Park's annual New Year's eve celebration in downtown LA is moving online.
The city of L-A is now vaccinating health care workers at three of its city-run, COVID-19 test sites
California has conducted the first snow survey of the season. 
San Diego County confirms the arrival of a new, and potentially more contagious, variant of the coronavirus from the United Kingdom.
The Association of Deputy District Attorneys for Los Angeles County (ADDA) -- the union that represents roughly 800 deputy DAs -- filed a lawsuit Wednesday claiming L.A. County District Attorney George Gascón’s sweeping changes to the local cri
All this week we’ve been hearing from small business owners about how they made it through 2020, and what they learned in the process. Today, KPCC’s Emily Guerin talked to a fabric store owner.
California Governor Gavin Newsom today unveiled a plan to encourage schools to bring their students back into classrooms by early spring.  Kyle Stokes has the details.
L-A County firefighters and paramedics are rolling up their sleeves for the COVID vaccine.We're told all 16-thousand should receive their first dose by Sunday 
COVID-19 testing sites around L-A City and County will be closed for the New Year's holiday. Here's what you need to know.
Over the next few days, hundreds of Los Angeles County nursing homes will receive their first doses of Moderna's COVID vaccine. The county and with of LA, along with the public health startup Curative announced the joint effort on Tuesday.
Governor Newsom made the announcement on Tuesday. Here are details
The United States has its first reported infection from the new coronavirus variant that's been seen in the United Kingdom -- a man in rural Colorado who hasn't been traveling. Here are tips on how to contain it.
Earlier this month the California State University system announced it would return to in-person instruction in the fall of 2021, but so far there’s no word from the  University of California on its plans for next year. Nevertheless, administra
Before the lockdowns began last March, Steve Grandjean’s warehouse was stocked with cheese, olive oil and chocolates. He sells mostly to restaurants, so when they were limited to take out, demand evaporated. Here's how he stayed afloat.
We can all think of a beloved neighborhood business that closed for good this year. But what about the ones that survived? How did they do it, and what did their owners learn in the process? KPCC’s Emily Guerin has been catching up with local e
Nursing homes in most of L.A. County have started distributing the COVID-19 vaccine directly to staff and residents, instead of relying on a federally organized program that will administer the doses through a partnership with CVS and Walgreens
The pandemic has dealt a huge blow to the Bob Baker Marionette Theater. But unlike other institutions, this is a story with a happy ending.
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