Los Angeles accused of ‘harassment’ for fining Our Lady of Angels Catholic church

Attorneys for Our Lady of Angels Catholic Church on Thursday accused Los Angeles County officials of harassment, alleging that they retaliated over the church’s lawsuit challenging the novel coronavirus shutdown rules with public-health inspections and fines. The Department of Public Health has conducted inspections of the church twice since the filing of its Sept. 29 […]

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Los Angeles Coronavirus Update: County Records Highest-Ever Number Of New Daily Infections On Thursday, With An Asterisk

View photos <p class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)–sm Mt(0.8em)–sm" type="text" content="Los Angeles County reported a staggering 3,600 new coronavirus cases on Thursday. The large number was attributed to the resolution of a technical glitch that delayed a raft of test results over the past several days. But even subtracting the backlog, the spike is still the […]

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Florida Dept of Environmental Protection Approves Underwater Hotel Setting the Stage for Sir Richard Branson to Join In

Planet Ocean Underwater Hotels International Sea Station Saudi Arabia Planet Ocean Underwater Hotel International Sea Station VIP GUEST Deal for Planet Ocean Underwater Hotels Top engineers, the Solomon Islands and the Florida Dept of Environmental Protection have all approved. This is a GO FOR LAUNCH! Planet Ocean Underwater Hotels, LLC is fabricating the world’s first […]

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‘You create the virus’: Asian woman targeted with ‘racially motivated’ vandalism, letter left at San Francisco home

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) — San Francisco police are investigating a racially motivated crime in the city’s Sunset District where an Asian American woman’s home was vandalized and a letter saying, “I wear my mask if I want F**KING ASIAN you create the virus”. Marie, who is choosing not to use her last name out of […]

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San Francisco ballet school given more restrictions after county moves into least restrictive COVID-19 tier

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) — Two days after San Francisco became the first urban city in California to move into the state’s least restrictive “yellow tier,” City Ballet San Francisco is being forced to reverse course. Beginning Monday, youth dance classes will have to move online or outdoors, as ordered by the City Attorney’s Office. City […]

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