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High heat to plague southland this week
10/1/2020 4:57:03 PM

LOS ANGELES—With triple-digit temperatures forecast in both L.A. and Orange counties Tuesday, a heat advisory indicating temperatures may be hot enough to make some people ill will be in force in much of the Southland from Tuesday morning until Thursday evening. The heat advisory will be in effect from 10 Tuesday morning until 8 p.m. Thursday in the Santa Monica Mountains and the San Fernando, Santa Clarita and San Gabriel valleys, beach cities, metropolitan Los Angeles and the Hollywood Hills, and inland Orange County, with the National Weather Service forecasting highs of between...

U.S. judge orders stop to Postal Service cuts, echoing others
10/1/2020 4:56:11 PM

By Maryclaire Dale   PHILADELPHIA (AP)—A federal judge in Philadelphia joined others Monday in ordering a halt to recent Postal Service cuts that critics say are causing mail delays and threatening the integrity of the presidential election. Six states and the District of Columbia presented “compelling evidence” from the U.S. Postal Service itself that shows “a pronounced increase in mail delays across the country” since July, the judge found. “In a pandemic, states are even more reliant on the mail, especially when it comes to administering...

Westfield sues LA County to reopen indoor malls
10/1/2020 4:54:29 PM

LOS ANGELES—The largest operator of indoor malls in the region is suing Los Angeles County, challenging what the company calls the "unjustifiable" COVID-19-related closure of its shopping centers, according to court papers obtained Tuesday morning. Westfield—which operates indoor malls in Topanga, Culver City, Sherman Oaks, Valencia and Santa Anita—alleges that such malls are safer than other retailers and that there is "absolutely no public health justification" for their forced closure, according to the complaint filed late Monday in Los Angeles...

Nation’s largest employee-owned electrical contracting firm takes action to train, educate, promote inclusivity
10/1/2020 4:49:07 PM

SAN JOSE—In response to recent acts of hate in the construction industry, Rosendin Holdings, Inc., the parent company to Rosendin and Modular Power Solutions (MPS), announced a Zero Tolerance for Discrimination policy. This commitment addresses inequity in the construction industry and takes meaningful action to build a more inclusive culture where individuals are free from any form of harassment. Rosendin Holdings acknowledges the systematic and entrenched racism in our society, and the resulting inequalities for people of color, which keep our nation from moving forward. To ensure...

Nearly a year after sudden exit, Shepard Smith returns to TV
10/1/2020 4:25:25 PM

By David Bauder   NEW YORK (AP)—Two weeks shy of a year after abruptly quitting Fox News Channel with a declaration that “truth will always matter,” Shepard Smith returns to television this week at his unexpected new home. He begins a general interest nightly newscast Wednesday at 7 p.m. on the financial network CNBC, putting him back in the time slot he loved before Fox moved him to the afternoon seven years ago. The 56-year-old newsman, a Fox News original who joined that network at its start in 1996, says he's relishing the fresh...

Evel Knievel's son suing Disney over 'Toy Story 4' character
10/1/2020 4:23:01 PM

By Ken Ritter LAS VEGAS (AP)—Evel Knievel's son is on a collision course with the Walt Disney Co. and Pixar over a movie daredevil character named Duke Caboom. A federal trademark infringement lawsuit filed in Las Vegas accuses the movie company of improperly basing the new character in last year's “Toy Story 4” on Knievel, whose famous stunts included motorcycle jumps over the Caesars Palace fountain in Las Vegas and a row of buses at Wembley Stadium in London, and a rocket shot into Snake River Canyon in Idaho. Las Vegas-based K and K Promotions accuses...

California will house transgender inmates by gender identity
10/1/2020 4:16:10 PM

By Adam Beam   SACRAMENTO (AP)—Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a law on Saturday requiring California to house transgender inmates in prisons based on their gender identity—but only if the state does not have “management or security concerns.” The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation houses men and women in separate facilities. Transgender inmates are often housed based on their sex assigned at birth. Advocates say this is dangerous, particularly for transgender women housed in facilities for men. The law Newsom signed Saturday says officers...

Trump's $200 prescription cards won't hit mailboxes just yet
10/1/2020 4:15:24 PM

By Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar   WASHINGTON (AP)—If you're on Medicare, don't run to the mailbox looking for a $200 prescription drug card courtesy of President Donald Trump. Government officials said Friday that key details of Trump's election-year giveaway still have to be fleshed out, including the exact timing and how Medicare's cost would be covered—a sum that could approach $7 billion. It's also unclear which Medicare enrollees will get the promised cards. Trump said 33 million beneficiaries would receive cards in the mail, but more than 60...

Democrats to redraft virus relief in bid to jump-start talks
10/1/2020 4:14:38 PM

By Andrew Taylor   WASHINGTON (AP)—House Democrats are going back to the drawing board on a huge COVID-19 relief bill, paring back the measure in an attempt to jump-start negotiations with the Trump administration. The Democratic-controlled chamber could also pass the $2 trillion-plus measure next week if talks fall through to demonstrate that the party isn't giving up on passing virus relief before the election. The chamber passed a $3.4 trillion rescue measure in May but Republicans dismissed the measure as bloated and unrealistic. Even as Democrats cut their...

Hearing set for landlords' fight against LA ban on evictions, rent increases
9/24/2020 5:48:02 PM

LOS ANGELES—An October hearing is set in which Southern California's largest landlord organization will urge a federal judge to put an immediate halt to the city's eviction ban and rent freeze enacted during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Apartment Association of Greater Los Angeles filed a lawsuit against the city of Los Angeles in June challenging the eviction ban, prohibitions on late fees or interest, and moratorium on annual rent increases. In a motion filed Monday, AAGLA is seeking an emergency order to immediately invalidate the eviction ban and rent freeze. A hearing...