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California to release 8,000 prisoners in hopes of easing coronavirus crisis

The announcement on Friday by top advisors to Gov. Gavin Newsom offered stark evidence of the dire health conditions at several California prisons.

Independent autopsy of Robert Fuller finds no signs of foul play

An independent autopsy commissioned by the family of Robert Fuller, a Black man whose body was found hanging from a tree in Palmdale, found no signs of foul play, the family's attorney said Friday.

Bill Field, organist and founder of Old Town Music Hall, dies at 82

For more than half a century, Field supplied the music and magic at El Segundo's old-school movie house.

Long Beach police still looking for shooters in Halloween party attack that left 3 dead

Long Beach officers found victims inside and outside the home. Nine people were taken to area hospitals. Three were pronounced dead at the scene.

3 LAPD officers charged with falsifying records to claim people were gang members, associates

Three Los Angeles police officers were charged with falsifying records by claiming people they stopped were gang members or associates.

Half of California counties now on state watchlist as coronavirus infections surge

As infections surge, California's coronavirus watchlist now includes counties from virtually every corner of the state.

Coroner: Andres Guardado was shot 5 times in the back, died of gunshot wounds

L.A. County coroner's office determines that Andres Guardado, the 18-year-old killed by an L.A. County sheriff's deputy, was shot 5 times in the back.

Search for Naya Rivera, presumed drowned in Lake Piru, enters third day

The 'Glee' actress went missing Wednesday while boating with her son on the Ventura County lake.

With coronavirus patients filling up Inland Empire hospitals, nurses are desperate for relief

As hospitalizations surge, nurses in short-staffed hospitals across the Inland Empire say they bear the brunt of the pressure.

Should you send your child back to school? Parents are stressed and divided

Now the debate is over how and when to reopen schools — parents and teachers are divided and worried.

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