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COVID-19 vaccine: Some retirement communities helping over-65 residents get doses

Some retirement and assisted-living communities are working to get their over-65 residents vaccinated against COVID-19 as quickly as possible.

COVID-19 vaccine: Riverside County says supply, not website glitch, the real problem

Some SoCal residents are frustrated by COVID-19 vaccine appointment websites that don’t work, but authorities say a shortage of doses is the bigger problem.

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Snow, chance of thunderstorms expected as multiple weather systems head toward SoCal

More rain and snow are on the way for Southern California over the next several days, with the heaviest storm hitting Thursday.

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Immigration-themed drama ‘No Man’s Land’ touches on conflicts along U.S.-Mexico border

The film “No Man’s Land” with George Lopez and Frank Grillo depicts a showdown on the U.S.-Mexico border that ends in tragedy for two families.

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How do you create a high-school yearbook when nothing happened at school?

In a year compressed, confined and consumed by the pandemic, how do you put together a yearbook when hardly anything happened at your school?

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Godiva Chocolates to close all 128 North American stores due to coronavirus pandemic

It’s a bittersweet goodbye to one of North America’s chocolatiers, however, you can still buy their products online.

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El Monte church explosion, vandalism prompt multi-agency investigation, FBI says

“Although we do not yet know the motive, I am aware of the anti-LGBTQ+ and misogynist sermons given by the pastor of First Works Baptist Church,” an L.A. County supervisor said.

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Winter storm brings rare snowfall to Malibu

Malibu Canyon saw a rare snowfall on Saturday, just a week after seeing temperatures in the 80s.

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Upstart luxury brand Genesis adds first SUV model for 2021

Now it’s adding a luxury SUV. In a relatively short time, the upscale Genesis brand – an offshoot of Hyundai – had come up with an impressive lineup of cars.

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SoCal weather: 1st in series of back-to-back storms brings rain, snow to region

The weather system, the first of several that were headed toward the region, dumped moderate rainfall in Ventura and Orange counties and snow in the mountains.

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What COVID-19 ‘vaccine passports’ mean for your summer vacation

The concept of immunity passports remains deeply contentious, and anyone banking on it for a 2021 summer vacation could be disappointed.

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Texas sues Biden administration over halt to deportations

Texas AG Ken Paxton claims the federal government broke an agreement to consult with Texas before making changes to immigration enforcement.

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Got a package you didn’t order? It could be a scam

We all need to be concerned about the scams affecting reviews we rely on when buying products.

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NOT REAL NEWS: False stories from this week about Joe Biden’s inauguration, Kamala Harris, Joe Exotic

Troops facing away from Biden’s motorcade were watching for security threats, not disrespecting the president.

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MyPillow Guy, ardent Trump supporter, weighs run for Minnesota governor

If he follows through on a campaign, it could be an early test of where the Republican Party is headed in the post-Donald Trump era.

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UK doctors seek review of 12-week gap between COVID-19 vaccine doses

Doctors are concerned about the U.K.’s decision to give people a second dose of coronavirus vaccine up to 12 weeks after the first, rather than the shorter gap recommended.

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French Academy of Doctors advise against talking on subways, buses or anywhere in public where social distancing isn’t possible

The French Academy of Doctors issued guidance Friday saying people should “avoid talking or making phone calls” in subways, buses or anywhere in public where social distancing isn’t possible. Masks have been required since May, but travelers often loosen or remove them to talk on the phone.

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New York Times: Trump, lawyer plotted to oust acting attorney general, undo election results

Jeffrey Clark nearly convinced Donald Trump to remove the then-acting Attorney General and use the justice department to undo Georgia’s election results, The New York Times reported.

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NFL giving free Super Bowl tickets to 7,500 health workers

The NFL announced Friday that 7,500 health care workers vaccinated for the coronavirus will be given free tickets to next month’s Super Bowl to be played in Tampa, Florida.

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Republican congressman with gun sets off House chamber metal detector installed after Capitol riot

6 insurrection at the Capitol. The metal detectors were installed after the Jan.

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