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Take a look at some of this week’s top news stories from across the state.
Residents in the Golden State were just handed another 19 months to get their REAL ID after the U.S. postponed the deadline. What to know.
Asthma rates and cancer risks are “drastically elevated” in areas close to warehouse distribution centers, especially in CA’s Inland Empire.
In a big rollback of a Trump-era action, the EPA restored CA’s power to set tailpipe emission standards. Here’s how it affects Californians.
California, which has the lowest positivity rate in the U.S., is sending “life-saving oxygen equipment to India,” where cases are rampant.
For the first time in history, California is losing a seat in Congress. Census officials found that its population decreased since 2010.
Dodger Stadium, one of the nation’s largest mass vaccination sites, will close as the city turns to appointment-free, walk-up centers.
While the two cases share similarities, the security officer who knelt on Angel Zapagta Hernadez’s neck was not charged.
Disneyland Resort reopens for guests after being closed for more than a year. “This begins our economic recovery,” Mayor Harry Sidhu says.
Learn when you can set sail on the Disney Wish, the newest ship in the fleet of Disney Cruise Ships and take a first-ever sneak peek inside.
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