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Little is known about Newsom’s COVID-19 economic task force

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South Coast Plaza opens outdoors appointment-only shopping

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Coronavirus: Latino workers hit hard in upscale Marin County

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Earthquake: 3.1 quake near Brawley, Calif.

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Coronavirus: Inside a California school that has reopened

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Rescued tortoise recovering after being struck on busy California highway

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