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Take a look at some of this week's top news stories from across the state.
While most California schools will start the year online this fall, elementary schools can apply to reopen in-person, the state said.
The number of California child care centers reporting coronavirus cases is small but growing.
On Monday, the CIF released its modified season of sport schedule amid coronavirus.
Santa Monica-based company Snapchat announced that the platform added 9 million daily users during the coronavirus pandemic.
Home Depot and Lowe's are joining Walmart to require masks at all store locations.
One percent of people who received blood work tested positive for antibodies, meaning reported case counts were likely low, the CDC said.
As California surpasses New York for coronavirus cases, Los Angeles health officials combat pandemic fatigue and misinformation.
The San Ramon company's purchase comes at a time when demand for gas has plummeted.
The Monrovia-based chain said it was already planning to get rid of in-store brand names such as Trader Ming's and Trader José.
Disgraced former tech CEO Michael Lofthouse invokes Donald Trump in a racist rant that's been seen more than a million times on Instagram.
Bidding is expected to start at $225,000 for the Sony video camera behind the video that played such an important part in LA history.
52 years after the discovery of 'Jane Doe's' body in a Huntington Beach ditch, DNA has given her a name and identified her killer.
A true-crime retelling of Linda O'Keefe's 1973 abduction & killing led police to James Alan Neal, ID'd through DNA as the primary suspect.
A 54-year-old Poway man was arrested on suspicion of killing a young woman in Carlsbad 33 years ago, police said.
The seized drugs weighed 614 pounds and had a street value of about $1.4 million, according to the U.S. Customs and Border Protection.
Agents assigned to the Imperial Beach Station found the missing horse named "Ollie" July 15 in the Tijuana River Valley area of San Diego.
A furlough program "is most likely necessary" in the 2021-22 fiscal year due to pandemic-related revenue reductions, the chancellor wrote.
A study assessed the potential need for a new campus in Chula Vista, Concord and Palm Desert, and the counties of San Mateo and San Joaquin.
UCSD Health and a section of UCSD School of Medicine will be sites for a national clinical trial for a vaccine.
The owners hope to resume operations in the future but have closed to preserve remaining resources.
Comet Neowise, is the brightest comet to pass by Earth in decades.
Caltrans says it has used goats at other locations but never on this scale.