AP WAS THERE: The 1936 Berlin Olympics Raleigh News & Observer

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With the Tokyo Olympics postponed for a year due to the coronavirus pandemic, The Associated Press is looking back at the history of Summer Games. This story was transmitted from the 1936 Berlin Olympics on the day of the 200-meter dash.
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AP WAS THERE: The 1936 Berlin Olympics Charlotte Observer

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The trio of American girls reached the semifinals in the timber-topping feature but Anne Vrana O’Brien of Huntington Beach, Cal., was shut out in the first heat by Italy’s Trebisonda Valla in 11.6s, equaling the world mark as well as clipping one-tenth ...
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100-plus-degree fire weather is here, Southern California

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Amid the “elevated fire danger,” the weather service urged area residents to avoid burning trash or brush outdoors, parking vehicles on dry grass, or leaving a burning grill unattended.
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3 charts explain who is dying as California tallies record coronavirus deaths

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We’ve known since early in the pandemic that age is a major risk factor for becoming severely ill or dying from COVID-19. Those disparities are becoming more stark
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Orange Co. Board of Education announces lawsuit against California over school closures

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The Orange County Board of Education voted unanimously to file a lawsuit against the state of California over school closures amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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Letters to the Editor: Unruly protests are OK, but outdoor church services are not?

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For months protests have been raging in cities across the U.S. -- but what draws the ire of local health officials is an outdoor worship event.
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Men are less likely to wear masks. They are also dying of coronavirus at higher rates in L.A. County

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Places like Huntington Beach have emerged as symbols of mask resistance, with many refusing to cover their faces. During a briefing Wednesday evening, Garcetti said that of the roughly 2,000 coronavirus-related deaths in the county that have occurred ...
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Coachella Valley businessman raises funds to buy food, establishes pop-up pantries

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Christopher Cardona was recently honored by Orange County Supervisor Andrew Do with a Distinguished Service Award for his pop-up pantry.
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California lawmakers voice frustrations as their unemployed constituents continue to wait for benefits

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“From this hearing, we want more than bland excuses and vague promises,” said Assemblywoman Cottie Petrie-Norris, D-Huntington Beach. Speaking to EDD Director Sharon Hilliard over the ...
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Orange County coronavirus death toll surpasses 600; case count nears 36,000

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Local residents have sometimes resisted virus-related closures, with some people in cities such as Huntington Beach even protesting the lockdown early in the pandemic. In fact, the county’s ...
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