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Los Angeles Dodgers Pitcher David Price Says He Won’t Play In 2020 Due To Pandemic

SportsCenter AllNight

01:00 min | 8 hrs ago

Los Angeles Dodgers Pitcher David Price Says He Won’t Play In 2020 Due To Pandemic

"Pitcher David Price will not play this season because of concerns over the Corona virus pandemic. The five time All Star became the latest player to opt out, posting Saturday on Twitter that he wouldn't take part. In the 60 game season, scheduled to begin on July 23rd. His announcement comes a day after Angel Storm Mike Trout said he was not comfortable with the current climate and might not play trout on why, with a child on the way he has for now. Decided to come to camp and play. We want to play. It's gonna come down to how safe we're gonna be. If there's an outbreak, er something happens in the next few weeks. He definitely got it. I got it. I got it reconsider. You know, it's just there's a lot of questions I gotta do. Obviously, they saw I love baseball, but I gotta do is right for my family. Sometimes, you know, Majority Tiger, do everything with my family. You know, it's going to be tough decision. If something happens up down the road and like price, Braves right hander Felix Hernandez has opted out of the MLB. A season for the same reason.

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City Council Votes To Slash Los Angeles Police Dept. Budget By $150 Million

KNX Weekend News and Traffic

01:00 min | 12 hrs ago

City Council Votes To Slash Los Angeles Police Dept. Budget By $150 Million

"Following a vote by the City Council. The PDS budget will be cut by $150 million. The reductions will affect overtime and hiring for the department. Craig Lally is president of the Los Angeles Police Protective League devastating My understanding of the budget is going to cut the crew classes in half of the year easily have about 500 officers retire every year. So cut that in half, so you're talking about enclosed probably 700 positions. Activists have been calling on the City Council. To defund the police for weeks, although they wanted farm or than the $150 million Councilman Curren Price acknowledged the efforts of black lives matter and others for holding their feet to the fire. And I know this one. Rather the beginning of a new commitment to collaborate as we works with chief tangible changes along, he says, 100 million will be reinvested into black and brown communities for youth work programs, local hiring efforts and other social services benefiting disenfranchised

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Senior Detention Officer Dies Of Complications From COVID-19, Los Angeles Police Dept. Announces

KNX Weekend News and Traffic

00:23 sec | 13 hrs ago

Senior Detention Officer Dies Of Complications From COVID-19, Los Angeles Police Dept. Announces

"Erica, back into senior detention officer with the Los Angeles Police Department has died from complications related to Corona virus back. Adu died yesterday and is believed to be the first lap the officer to die from covert 19 the disease caused by the virus. LAPD says there are 287 department employees who are currently at home after having been exposed to or having tested positive for Corona virus.

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Los Angeles County-based Long Beach Economic Inclusion Center adapts quickly to help people overcome coronavirus

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00:52 sec | 18 hrs ago

Los Angeles County-based Long Beach Economic Inclusion Center adapts quickly to help people overcome coronavirus

"Long beach these days when it launched had nothing to do with the pandemic. But now that is its main focus. It's called the Center for Economic inclusion it incorporated in March with a goal to help create equity in Long Beach, which has long seen disparities in various quality of life indicators between the white population. And people of color. Bobcat Basa is the center's chairman when we hit the ground in April and may or decided to really focus on food insecurity, especially among long come families of color and senior citizens who became extremely isolated in their homes Because the Kobe crisis the Long Beach Centre for economic inclusion, now works with the nonprofit food finders and other sources. To increase the amount of food available at various food pantries and its partnered with organic harvest gardens to deliver produce and staples to more than 300 seniors Chris Eden's keychain. Next 10

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Los Angeles Health Officials Want You To Know `Face Mask Exempt’ Cards Are Fake

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00:35 sec | Last week

Los Angeles Health Officials Want You To Know `Face Mask Exempt’ Cards Are Fake

"LA county health officials are warning the people are circulating some bogus facemask exempt cards and these cards a sensibly say they're going to get people out of wearing a face covering despite state local lawyers and one of these fake cards says I am exempt from any ordinance requiring facemask usage in public these cards warned that anybody harassing the cardholder could be subject to penalties of the department of justice and face fines of up to one hundred fifty thousand dollars county officials say those cards are fake and face coverings must be worn anytime a person is around others who are not in their

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