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Take a look at some of this week’s top news stories from across the state.
CA REAL ID Deadline Changed, Again
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.
CA’s Inland Empire Suffers Warehouse Pollution Crisis
Asthma rates and cancer risks are “drastically elevated” in areas close to warehouse distribution centers, especially in CA’s Inland Empire.
CA’s Strict Tailpipe Emissions Standards Restored: What To Know
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.
CA Sends Oxygen Supplies To Coronavirus-Devastated India
California, which has the lowest positivity rate in the U.S., is sending “life-saving oxygen equipment to India,” where cases are rampant.
Census Shows CA Growth Stalled, State Loses Congressional Seat
For the first time in history, California is losing a seat in Congress. Census officials found that its population decreased since 2010.
Dodger Stadium COVID-19 Vaccine Site To Close
Dodger Stadium, one of the nation’s largest mass vaccination sites, will close as the city turns to appointment-free, walk-up centers.
Before George Floyd’s Death Another Man Died Under A Knee In CA
While the two cases share similarities, the security officer who knelt on Angel Zapagta Hernadez’s neck was not charged.
DoD Cancels Border Wall Contracts Using Military Funds
San Diego County Board of Supervisors Chair Nathan Fletcher applauded the Biden administration’s move.
Lady Gaga’s Bulldog Thieves Charged With Attempted Murder: Police
A total of five people were arrested in connection to February’s theft of superstar Lady Gaga’s French Bulldogs.
Feds Go After Man Accused In Horrific Eastvale Puppy Slashing
Angel Ramos-Corrales has now been charged by federal officials with animal crushing. If convicted, he faces up to seven years in prison.
Feinstein: Toxic Dump A Major Environmental Threat On West Coast
A toxic chemical dumping site 12 miles off the coast, near Santa Catalina Island, could pose a threat to animals and even public health.
California Officer’s Interaction With Autistic Teen Investigated
WATCH: Video shows the police officer wrestling the boy to the ground and punching him, the teen’s father said.
Disneyland Reopens On Monumental Day For City Of Anaheim
Disneyland Resort reopens for guests after being closed for more than a year. “This begins our economic recovery,” Mayor Harry Sidhu says.
SeaWorld San Diego Gives Veterans Free Admission Through June 27
“Following a challenging year, it’s a true privilege to honor the brave men and women who serve and sacrifice so much for our country.”
The Lego Movie World To Open May 27 At Legoland California
The Lego Movie World immerses guests into “The Lego Movie” universe and features six interactive attractions.
‘Disney Wish’ Cruise Ship Dazzles In Design: Take A Look Inside
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.
2 CA Universities Among America’s Safest College Campuses: Report
Two universities in California ranked among the top 25 safest college campuses in the country.
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