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Take a look at some of this week's top news stories from across the state.
Gov. Gavin Newsom on Monday extended a new set of rules allowing retailers to pause beverage container recycling, among other things.
This is the third bonus paid to workers who were promised extra compensation for working during coronavirus restrictions.
The coronavirus pandemic prompted the supplement chain to consider closing up to 1,200 stores across the country.
The incident is being investigated as a possible hate crime in cooperation with the FBI, the sheriff's office said.
The woman said her car was vandalized and she was assaulted, while protesters told a different story.
After a two-month suspension, behind-the-wheel driving tests will return to all DMV offices statewide—but with new protections in place.
Both workers had appeared at a news conference about post-coronavirus conditions at the plant and their fear of returning to work.
The 2,571 new coronavirus cases reported in LA County Monday may not be due to a backlog in testing, unlike other updates in recent days.
Barbara Ferrer, the top health official in LA County, revealed Monday that she's gotten repeated death threats during the COVID-19 crisis.
As Riverside County contends with rising COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations, Gov. Newsom announced Imperial County will close.
Salons, bars, museums, personal care services and zoos won't be allowed to reopen Monday as planned, San Francisco Mayor London Breed said.
A spike in COVID-19 cases has prompted Marin County to delay reopening some businesses previously scheduled to reopen on Monday.
Newsom threatened to withhold funding from counties that don't enforce health orders. Rising hospitalization rates could stymie reopenings.
All UC San Diego students, faculty and staff returning to campus for the fall quarter will be required to undergo recurring COVID-19 tests.
Cards purporting to exempt people from the state's mandatory mask order are fake, warned Los Angeles County health officials.
A total of 17 people have tested positive for coronavirus related illness at Santa Anita Race track during the latest meet.
A 5.8-magnitude earthquake struck near the Central Valley Wednesday morning, followed by several aftershocks. Did you feel it?
Authorities are investigating three former officers who allegedly made death threats against the Black Lives Matter activist.
The 67-year-old actor faces 90 years in prison if convicted and is being held in lieu of $6.6 million bail.
The company indicated that the state hasn't issued guidelines for theme parks in time for the planned July 17 reopening.
Disneyland and Disney World resorts say they'll redo a ride with a dubious history, one day after announcing a delay in the parks opening.
Santee-based Integrity Bottles partnered with San Diego distiller Liberty Call Distilling Co. to produce and distribute hand sanitizer.
Thousands have been raised for a San Diego Starbucks employee who refused to serve a customer without a face mask amid the pandemic.
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