L.A. Times Morning Briefing

L.A. Times Morning Briefing

The day’s news in the time it takes to make a cup of coffee. Listen to Morning Briefing for the day’s top stories in news, sports and entertainment. From Los Angeles Times, the state of what’s next. As times change, the need for quality journalism doesn’t. https://latimes.com/supportlatimes... Show More

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February 26, 2021 4 min
LA County discovers 806 additional COVID-19 deaths; LA Unified will get 40% of school staff vaccine doses; Teens younger than 16 may not be tried as adults
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Tiger Woods rollover crash was ‘purely an accident,’ no charges planned, sheriff says; L.A. City Council approves ‘hero pay’ wage boost for grocery workers; Cluster of U.K. variant coronavirus cases hits on USC campus
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California’s coronavirus strain looks increasingly dangerous; Newsom vows changes after vaccine earmarked for hardest-hit communities improperly used by others; Major expansion of Cal Grant financial aid proposed
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Vaccine access codes for Black, Latino communities improperly used in affluent L.A. areas; California legislators approve $7.6-billion COVID-19 package; Families demand wider school reopening as LAUSD moves toward limited in-person instruction
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No quick path to reopening LA Unified is emerging as school year slips away; Orange County will start setting aside vaccine for education, food, agriculture workers; Skateboarding superstar charged with hosting COVID-19 superspreader party
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LA postpones COVID-19 vaccine appointments as winter weather delays shipments; $6.6-billion legislative plan would open more California elementary schools in April; Harris returns home to LA for first time as vice president
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Californians with low incomes to receive $600 checks; UCLA student with extremist views who FBI says sat in Pence’s chair is charged in Capitol riot; LA school board cuts its police force and diverts funds for Black student achievement
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July 28, 2020 3 min
It’s Tuesday, July 28th. I’m Kyle Sauerhoefer, and here’s your local news from The Los Angeles Times. Today will be partly cloudy, with a high of 83 and a low tonight of 61. Our top story: Governor Gavin Newsom said that he will send “strike teams” to 8 counties in the Central Valley where Latino residents have been disproportionately harmed by the spread of the coronavirus.
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