Carrot recall 2021: Grimmway Farms recalls bagged carrots due to salmonella risk

The recall includes carrots sold under the brand names Bunny Luv, Cal-Organic, O Organics and Grimmway Farms’ own brand.

California EDD adopts ‘pay now’ policy, will begin paying benefits to qualified claimants Friday

According to the EDD, the new conditional payment program will send funds to potentially hundreds of thousands of people with a continued claim who previously had at least one payment but then went into a pending status for more than two weeks.

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Three women open business showcasing local women entrepreneurs

Goddess Gifts Studio in Inglewood offers both homemade products and space for other local women entrepreneurs.

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Domino’s says its wait times have gone up

Domino’s Delays: The pizza chain says its wait times have gone up in certain regions.

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Chef Mario Batali, former partner to pay $600K in sex harassment settlement by NY AG

Chef Mario Batali and his former partner Joe Bastianich violated state and city human rights laws with its sexualized restaurant culture, the NY attorney general said in announcing a settlement.

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‘Indians’ no more: Cleveland finds new name for baseball team

Known as the Indians since 1915, Cleveland’s Major League Baseball team will be called Guardians.

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Tokyo Olympics begin with muted ceremony and empty stadium after yearlong delay

The virus-delayed Tokyo Summer Olympics finally opened Friday night with cascading fireworks and made-for-TV choreography

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Looking for a job? Here’s who is hiring in SoCal amid coronavirus economic slowdown

While the coronavirus has led to shuttered businesses and massive layoffs, here are some of the companies that need more workers.

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South LA fireworks blast: 26 households each receive $2K after being impacted by LAPD’s detonation

“It should never have happened in the first place, and it is clear that the city is at fault in this explosion,” said Councilman Curren Price, whose district includes the block where the catastrophic blast occurred.

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Morgan Wallen speaks out on using a racial slur in ‘GMA’ interview with Michael Strahan

During his “GMA” interview, the singer revealed he checked himself into a rehab facility following the scandal.

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US shuts down online passport booking system amid massive backlog

The State Department is only taking new passport applications by phone, and callers may face up to an hour of wait time for a representative.

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Tokyo Olympics: At least 100 US athletes unvaccinated as Games begin

So far, two American athletes are known to have tested positive. The IOC has reported 13 positives among all athletes in Japan.

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Free money for all? Garcetti, other mayors hope tests of guaranteed income programs bring big change

“The pandemic showed us what is possible,” said Mayor Eric Garcetti, whose latest budget included a $24 million guaranteed income program to give 2,000 poor families $1,000 per month.

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Jurassic Quest returns as drive-thru attraction at Pasadena Rose Bowl parking lot

“Jurassic Quest,” which features animatronic dinosaurs and previously existed as an indoor walk-through attraction, has returned to the Pasadena Rose

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Top stories from ABC7 on Instagram

Here are ABC7’s top stories on Instagram.

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Hundreds line up outside passport office in Westwood amid massive backlog in requests

Hundreds lined up outside the passport office in Westwood on Friday morning amid a massive backlog in requests for getting or renewing passports.

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Kolby Story case: Skeletal remains identified as missing woman after being found in Ballona Wetlands

Skeletal remains that were discovered in the in the Ballona Wetlands Ecological Reserve last week have been identified as a woman who went missing in December, Los Angeles Police said.

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West Nile virus positive mosquitoes confirmed in Los Angeles County, officials say

The positive mosquito samples were collected from mosquito traps in Bellflower, Studio City, and Tarzana, confirming the presence of the virus in mosquito populations within the community.

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Doctor says many hospitalized COVID patients express remorse

“Trust us — you don’t want to be in the hospital saying, ‘I regret not getting a vaccine.’ Just do it.” Oren Friedman. “All I can say to the public is, you don’t want to be in this situation,” said Dr.

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20% of COVID infections in June occurred among vaccinated, LA County health says

During the month of June, 20% of all newly reported COVID infections in the county occurred among people who had been fully vaccinated.

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