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Poll: Share of young adults living with parents higher now than Great Depression

More young adults are living with at least one parent than at any point in documented American history, including the end of the Great Depression, according to a new poll from the Pew Research Center. The share of 18-to-29-year-olds living at home has increased from 47% in February, before the COVID-19 pandemic, to 52% in July, the poll found. In those five months, 2.6 million young Americans have moved back in with mom and dad. The five percentage-point bounce in five months of 2020 is equal to...
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Map shows where the Bobcat fire is burning in the San Gabriel Mountains

The Bobcat fire continues to burn in the Angeles National Forest, north of Azusa as of Thursday afternoon, Sept. 10. The fire was reported at 12:22 a.m. Sunday near the Cogswell Dam and West Fork Day Use area. Related Articles Bobcat fire still burning out of control in San Gabriel Mountains, nearly 24,000 acres burned with 0% containment Watch: Bobcat fire progression in time-lapse videos from Mt. Wilson Bobcat fire...
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Orange glow turns dark and gray in Bay Area as wildfires rage

The air around the Bay Area looked better Thursday morning, as a strange orange glow that blanketed the region a day earlier sky gave way to a more typical dark and gray overcast. Looks can be deceiving. “The sky may not be as orange as it was,” National Weather Service meteorologist Roger Gass said. “But the quality is going to worse than it looks.” The northern peak of Mount Diablo is barely visible through the thick smoke as the morning sun turns the sky a bright orange in downtown Concor...
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West Marin wildfire evacuation threat lifts as smoky tint descends

Evacuation warnings in West Marin were lifted Wednesday afternoon as the Woodward fire in Point Reyes National Seashore nears total containment. Meanwhile, smoke from wildfires elsewhere mixed with a thick marine layer blocking the sun, turning the sky a doomsday orange throughout Marin and the Bay Area. “It’s overcast with smoke over the entire state,” said National Weather Service meteorologist Drew Peterson. “It’s just a complete smoke-out.” The view from "Mount Vision" near Point Reyes per ...
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Unprecedented smoke layer darkens Bay Area skies as massive wildfires burn

Smoke from massive wildfires burning throughout the western United States blotted out the sun across the Bay Area and much of Northern California on Wednesday morning, casting skies in an orange glow that seemed like the stuff of science fiction and scrambling weather forecasts that couldn’t account for the unprecedented blanket over the atmosphere. The darkness forced drivers to turn their headlights on and triggered streetlights that illuminated sidewalks at noon. It dropped temperatures on wh...
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With California ablaze, all of the state’s national forests are closing

Wildfires burning throughout California will cause every national forest in the state to be closed by Wednesday evening, the U.S. Forest Service said. Ten more national forests will close until further notice at 5 p.m., the agency said. The state is home to 18 national forests; the other eight were already closed on Monday. In a statement, regional forester Randy Moore called the fires and their extreme behavior “historic” and said the “temporary closures are necessary to protect the public and ...
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Coronavirus: California has cut three key metrics by half or more

Although many counties paused reporting for Labor Day weekend, the data that did come in continued to show a pandemic in retreat across much of California. There were fewer people hospitalized from COVID-19 than any point since mid-June, while the seven-day positivity rate fell to 4% — half its peak — for the first time since late-May, according to data analyzed by this news organization. The last time the positivity rate was that low, the state was averaging about 2,000 cases and 50,000 tests p...
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LA County reports 45 more coronavirus deaths as hair salons wait word on reopening

Los Angeles County reported another 840 cases of the coronavirus and 45 deaths related to the virus on Tuesday, Sept. 1, a day when officials remained silent on plans to reopen certain businesses the state now allows to resume operations. Indoor hair and nail salons, indoor malls and outdoor card rooms were among the businesses capable of reopening under new state guidelines issued Friday, but county officials have yet to give the go-ahead. Discretion ultimately comes down to the local health of...
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LA County reports 58 more coronavirus deaths; officials seek volunteers for vaccine trial

Another 58 Los Angeles County residents have died from coronavirus-related causes, officials announced Wednesday, Aug. 26, bringing the county’s death toll to 5,663. The county also reported 1,642 new cases. There have been 235,386 cases identified in LA County since the pandemic began. Those numbers did not include one death or 34 new cases reported in Long Beach on Wednesday. It also did not include new deaths or cases reported in Pasadena, which had not updated its coronavirus dashboard as of...
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Judge denies injunction seeking to shut down indoor services at Sun Valley church

A Los Angeles Superior Court judge has denied a county request for an injunction to stop a Sun Valley church from holding indoor services in violation of county and state health orders to curb the coronavirus pandemic. In the latest chapter of what has become a protracted legal battle between Los Angeles County officials and Grace Community Church, led by prominent Pastor John MacArthur, Judge Mitchell L. Beckloff ruled Tuesday, Aug. 25, that the county’s arguments in support of a temporary rest...
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As Santa Cruz County’s Bonny Doon burns, defiant residents refuse to give up fight for ‘Battle Mountain’

BONNY DOON — Residents up here call it “Battle Mountain.” And despite evacuation orders and condemnation from fire and law enforcement officials, scores of Bonny Doon locals and their supporters are refusing to back down from a guerilla-style fight to protect their homes from flames. Many are organized into loose networks — ranging from small groups of neighbors with light gear to dozens of people equipped with tractors, generators, chainsaws and trucks packing sizable water tanks hooked to fire...
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President Trump announces plasma treatment for COVID-19

WASHINGTON — After expressing frustration at the slow pace of approval for coronavirus treatments, President Donald Trump announced Sunday the emergency authorization of convalescent plasma for COVID-19 patients. The announcement came after days of White House officials suggesting there were politically motivated delays by the Food and Drug Administration in approving a vaccine and therapeutics for the disease that has upended Trump’s reelection chances. On the eve of the Republican National Con...
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Northern California wildfires: Firefighters report some successes, brace for new lightning strikes

CLICK HERE if you’re having a problem viewing the photos on a mobile device. Firefighters battling three major Northern California complex blazes braced for additional challenges Sunday as a new weather system threatened dry lightning and possible wildfire starts. More than 752,000 acres had burned, nearly 1,000 structures had been destroyed and three civilians in Napa County and one in Solano County had lost their lives as of Sunday morning in the fires. “Despite the increase of resources, we a...
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Amid coronavirus pandemic, health professionals brace for flu season

Bracing for a collision between the novel coronavirus and influenza, health care professionals across Southern California are beginning to stockpile flu vaccines and preparing to launch public outreach campaigns encouraging everyone — children, adults and the elderly — to get their shots this fall. The upcoming flu season threatens to tax hospitals just beginning to thin the ranks of COVID-19 patients after coping with an early-summer surge. On Sunday, the Angels made a surprising switch by ...
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LA County reports 46 more coronavirus deaths, health impacts to children are rising

Another 46 Los Angeles County residents have died from coronavirus-related causes, officials announced Friday, Aug. 21, bringing the death toll to 5,491. The county also reported 1,759 new coronavirus cases. There have been 229,054 cases identified in LA County since the pandemic began. The numbers did not include one death or 86 new cases reported Friday in Long Beach; that city has confirmed 201 coronavirus-related deaths and 10,016 cases since the start of the public health crisis. The number...
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250,000 acres burning across the Bay Area as state scrambles to find firefighters

Hundreds of wind-driven, lightning-stoked wildfires tore through Northern California on Wednesday, touching every Bay Area county except San Francisco, rousting residents from bed, destroying dozens of homes from the outskirts of Vacaville and threatening thousands more from the Wine Country to the Santa Cruz Mountains to the Carmel Valley. By late Wednesday afternoon, firefighters rushed to protect the historic Lick Observatory on Mount Hamilton above Silicon Valley, shut down Interstate 80 as ...
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FTC seeks injunction against Garden Grove company over shipping problems, COVID-19 claims

The Federal Trade Commission is seeking an injunction against the owners of a Garden Grove online business that allegedly failed to promptly deliver hand sanitizer and personal protection equipment to consumers and made false claims about a product’s ability to treat and prevent COVID-19. A lawsuit filed earlier this month in U.S. District Court contends Rakesh Tammabattula and his wife, Jacqueline Thao Nguyen, who operate QYK Brands LLC, have engaged in deceptive and misleading marketing practi...
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Short hundreds of firefighters, California calls on other states for help

California officials have requested help from three other states as its own firefighting resources fall short in tackling the hundreds of wildfires raging up and down the coast. Gov. Gavin Newsom said in a press briefing Wednesday that he had called on Arizona, Nevada and Texas to provide 375 engines to the state as it races to contain nearly as many fires from Southern to Northern California — three of which have burned through more than 140,000 acres in the Bay Area region. “We are experiencin...
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LA County sees 61 more coronavirus deaths; people of color are still hardest hit

Los Angeles County continues to see declines in coronavirus transmission compared to last month — but the virus is still impacting residents, particularly people of color. Another 61 Los Angeles County residents have died due to coronavirus-related causes, officials announced Wednesday, Aug. 19, bringing the death toll to 5,392. The county also reported 1,956 new coronavirus cases. There have been 225,827 cases identified in the county since the pandemic began. The mid-day report did not include...
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LA County reports 64 coronavirus deaths, but hospitalizations still declining

Another 64 coronavirus-related fatalities were reported Tuesday, Aug. 18 by the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, bringing the total number of deaths since the the pandemic began to 5,335. County officials also reported 1,003 new cases of the disease, although they noted a large lab did not issue a report Tuesday, which contributed to the lower number of people diagnosed with the coronavirus. Still, daily hospitalizations due to the coronavirus have declined 37 percent since mid-Ju...
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Coronavirus transmission in LA County appears to be on the decline

The coronavirus is still spreading across Los Angeles County, but new data shows that transmission appears to be on the decline. Another 19 Los Angeles County residents have died due to coronavirus-related causes, officials announced Monday, Aug. 17, bringing the county’s death toll to 5,273. The county also reported 1,185 new coronavirus cases. Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer said that number included “a small number” of cases from a statewide backlog, but she also noted the fact that cas...
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Coronavirus state tracker: California reported 92 more people have died as of Aug. 15

California reported 5,975 new cases of the coronavirus, as of Saturday, Aug. 15,  bringing the cumulative total since tracking began to 617,572. There were also 92 new deaths reported Saturday, making for a total of 11,371 people who have died, according to unofficial counts from county websites. COVID-related hospitalizations across the state continued to decline Saturday. State health officials reported 37 fewer hospitalizations, with 6,327 people in hospitals statewide. That marks the 11th da...
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Coronavirus tracker: California reported 10,416 new cases and 162 new deaths as of Aug. 14

California reported 10,416 new cases of the coronavirus, as of Friday, Aug. 14,  bringing the cumulative total since tracking began to 611,631. There were also 162 new deaths reported on Friday, making for a total of 11,127 people who have died, according to unofficial counts from county websites. COVID-related hospitalizations across the state continued to decline Friday. State health officials reported 60 fewer hospitalizations, with 6,364 people in hospitals statewide. That marks the 10th day...
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Sun Valley church and LA County trade lawsuits in battle over indoor worship services

Los Angeles County officials on Thursday, Aug. 13, sued Grace Community Church and its pastor, John MacArthur, demanding that they comply with statewide public health orders intended to curb the spread of the coronavirus. The county lawsuit seeks a restraining order against indoor, in-person services that have been held for several weeks, in violation of state laws, at the Sun Valley megachurch. The suit came a day after Grace Community Church sued the state, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and ...
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Coronavirus tracker: California surpasses 600,000 cases; marks ninth day of decline in hospitalizations, as of Aug. 13

The state surpassed 600,000 cases of the coronavirus as of Thursday, Aug. 13. The 9,544 new cases reported, brought the cumulative total since tracking began to 601,241. There were also 170 new deaths reported on Thursday, making for a total of 10,952 people who have died, according to unofficial counts from county websites. COVID-related hospitalizations across the state continue to decline, and were down by more than 200 patients as of Thursday. State health officials reported 223 fewer COVID-...
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Cornavirus tracker: California surpasses 600,000 cases; marks ninth day of decline in hospitalizations, as of Aug. 13

The state surpassed 600,000 cases of the coronavirus as of Thursday, Aug. 13. The 9,544 new cases reported, brought the cumulative total since tracking began to 601,241. There were also 170 new deaths reported on Thursday, making for a total of 10,952 people who have died, according to unofficial counts from county websites. COVID-related hospitalizations across the state continue to decline, and were down by more than 200 patients as of Thursday. State health officials reported 223 fewer COVID-...
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This map shows where the Lake fire is burning north of Santa Clarita

A brush fire exploded in Lake Hughes on Wednesday afternoon, Aug. 12, and quickly grew to consume thousands of acres. Continue Reading.
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Coronavirus state tracker: California has another 144 deaths reported as of Aug. 11

Los Angeles County reported 63 new deaths on Tuesday, Aug. 11, pushing its total number of people who have died from the coronavirus to 5,057 and adding to the estimated statewide total, which is now 10,598. Riverside County has the second-largest number of deaths reported, 824, and Orange County follows with 734 people. Hospitalizations across the state were down 18.7% in the last 14 days, with 6,759 patients. Patients in ICUs have decreased 14.2% in the last 14 days with a total of 1,885. Not ...
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L.A. County surpasses grim milestone – 5,000 coronavirus deaths

Los Angeles County surpassed 5,000 coronavirus deaths on Tuesday, Aug. 11, a grim milestone arriving amid the  relentless pandemic that has shattered lives across the nation’s most populous county — a sadly enduring epicenter in America’s battle to contain the resurgent outbreak. Public health officials on Tuesday reported 63 new deaths and 1,440 new cases of COVID-19, the disease caused by the virus. The updated numbers pushed county totals to 5,057 fatalities since the pandemic began — third i...
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Coronavirus: Long Beach Mayor Garcia’s stepfather dies, 2 weeks after leader’s mother passed away

Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia’s stepfather, Greg O’Donnell, has died from coronavirus complications, the city’s elected leader announced Monday, Aug. 10 — two weeks after the mayor’s mother passed away. “It’s a heartbreaking loss for our entire family, especially for my brother, Jake,” Garcia said in a written statement. “Greg was a kind and good-hearted man, an amazing father and grandfather, and the best husband our mom could have ever hoped for.” Garcia announced on July 13 that both his mot...
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