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- Hannah Fry

The increase has prompted hospitals in the region to begin to prepare for a surge of sick patients, according to the director of the Orange County Health Care Agency.

- Taryn Luna

Gov. Gavin Newsom warned Californians about growing wildfire dangers and described changes to evacuation protocols to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

- Kailyn Brown

Fines can range from $250 to $10,000 for businesses in Yolo County, depending on the "gravity of public health risk posed by the violation," and individuals can be fined from $25 to $500.

- James Queally

The Los Angeles County district attorney's office filed new counts against former USC gynecologist George Tyndall, who was arrested last year.

- Priscella Vega

Jerry Lewis, a popular 1990s rapper known by the moniker Madd Head, was shot and killed Sunday night in the parking lot of a market in Gardena.

Last school year, you might have spent weeknights in a study room with poor circulation, surrounded by friends as you crammed for exams.

- Patrick McGreevy

California's state housing agency is not exercising adequate oversight of mobile home parks in California, according to a new state audit.

- Colleen Shalby, Matthew Ormseth

Sheriff's investigators have concluded that Robert Fuller, whose body was found hanging from a tree in Palmdale last month, died by suicide, saying a thorough investigation found no signs of foul play and showed the 24-year-old had previously expressed suicidal behavior.

- Kristi Sturgill

California university administrators discuss the on-campus experience that could await students this fall.

- Colleen Shalby

A supply shortage forces San Bernardino to cancel hundreds of COVID-19 testing appointments. Officials hope to resume testing next week.

- Lila Seidman

If you're having second thoughts about a dorm room or off-campus apartment you signed up for, you may have options. Here are ways to potentially get out of your lease or cancel your contract.

- Richard Winton

Authorities said they believe Pop Smoke posted his location on social media and that is how his assailants found him.

- Georgia Geen

It'll be harder than usual to stay engaged on campus because of the coronavirus. Here are some tips for making connections and feeling like part of a campus community while reducing your risk.

- Luke Money

'Making sure we don't have to go farther and close more businesses requires an individual commitment of each and every one of us,' Mayor Garcetti says.

- Rong-Gong Lin II

An outbreak of coronavirus infections tied to fraternity parties is imperiling the prospect of in-person classes at UC Berkeley this fall.

- Jake Sheridan, Luke Money, Alejandra Reyes-Velarde

The Ventura County Sheriff's Office said Lake Piru will remain closed as the search for Naya Rivera continues.

- Matt Hamilton

Hollywood Premier sued by resident's daughter.

- Emily Alpert Reyes, David Zahniser

Since the coronavirus outbreak began, a growing number of L.A. public officials have seen their homes become the target of protesters.

- Rong-Gong Lin II, Iris Lee, Sean Greene

As the coronavirus surges in California, experts have said indoor dining and drinking pose more significant public health risks than other activities.

- Samantha Young

Unlike earlier in the year, most hospitals are not proactively canceling elective surgeries, even in some places seeing spikes in coronavirus patients.

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