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Column One: Pet parents rejoice: These new products will take pampering to a new level 8.4.2020 Los Angeles Times - Living Green

Some of the many new contraptions on the market for pets -- or are they really for pet owners?

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Still can't find rice? San Diego restaurants convert empty buildings into supermarkets 4.4.2020 LA Times: Health

Restaurant and shop owners are selling hard-to-find food staples all over San Diego, with local pickup and delivery.

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'The $2 is insulting': Retail workers fight for more pay amid coronavirus crisis 3.4.2020 LA Times: Business

The coronavirus has given low-wage retail workers new visibility and leverage.

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Farmworkers face coronavirus risk: 'You can't pick strawberries over Zoom' 1.4.2020 L.A. Times - Food & Dining

California's 420,000 farmworkers are working through the crisis. But language barriers and a lack of communication on the coronavirus put many at risk.

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L.A. restaurants will be allowed to sell grocery items 1.4.2020 LA Times: Health

Embattled restaurants are selling groceries to stay afloat. But is it legal?

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Demand for food stamps surges in California as virus takes economic toll 1.4.2020 LA Times: Health

The economic toll of the COVID-19 pandemic has spurred a record surge in the number of people applying to CalFresh, the state's food stamp program.

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Jobless in Las Vegas: Locals lean on their faith, cut back on food and cling to the past 28.3.2020 L.A. Times - World News

As U.S. battles coronavirus, a shocking 3.3 million Americans filed for unemployment. Here's how the unemployed in Las Vegas cope with the sudden change to daily life.

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For many Indians, the biggest concern isn't coronavirus. It's hunger 27.3.2020 LA Times: Nation

A three-week lockdown affecting 1.3 billion people has unleashed chaos as stranded migrant workers sleep in streets and police beat curfew-breakers.

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Like a biblical plague, locusts swarm East Africa, laying waste to crops and livelihoods 26.3.2020 L.A. Times - World News

Billions of locusts have swarmed over at least eight East African countries, consuming crops so rapidly that experts fear widespread famine.

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L.A.'s beloved taco trucks are in survival mode 26.3.2020 LA Times: Health

Not even taco trucks, an emblematic feature of the L.A. culinary landscape, are being spared from the economic fallout of the global pandemic.

Empty malls. Closed stores. Will coronavirus forever change how we shop? 26.3.2020 LA Times: Health

The coronavirus outbreak has closed malls and most stores. Disputes are brewing over rent. Retail may look quite different in the future, experts say.

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California's renters and landlords are 'just scared' as job losses mount from coronavirus 25.3.2020 LA Times: Health

Cities have banned evictions and President Trump has offered mortgage relief. But landlords and renters want more from California amid the coronavirus outbreak.

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Amid coronavirus, West Hollywood's LGBTQ community hears echoes of the AIDS crisis 23.3.2020 LA Times: Health

As West Hollywood's LGBTQ community watches gay bars and other gathering spots close to stem the coronavirus, some draw parallels to the AIDS crisis of 40 years ago.

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'You know about the coronavirus?' Homeless outreach workers have a new reason to worry 22.3.2020 LA Times: Health

It's the new normal in homeless outreach work. The hand sanitizer and antibacterial wipes are in short supply, and the van needs its daily cleaning.

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For the corn man of Highland Park, love and gentrification point the way back to Mexico 19.3.2020 L.A. Times - Food & Dining

After 23 years, the humble elotero Andres Santos has hawked his final kernel. He headed home to Mexico to chase that grandest dream of all: love.

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Businesses are sheltering in place. How long can the economy survive that? 19.3.2020 LA Times: Business

The stock market is in turmoil. Workers are being sent home. A recession could be already upon us. How long can this continue before the economy crashes?

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At Stanford and other private colleges, coronavirus is forcing thousands to evacuate 19.3.2020 LA Times: Health

As of 5 p.m. Wednesday, hundreds of students were forced to leave Stanford University, in an effort by officials of the elite private university to stem the coronavirus outbreak.

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Orange County imposes unprecedented restrictions as coronavirus cases hit 29 18.3.2020 LA Times: Health

Residents are facing sweeping new restrictions aimed at slowing the spread of the outbreak.

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For some students, college is their only safe haven. Now they have just days to leave 18.3.2020 LA Times: Health

Pomona College, like others throughout the country, has asked students to leave campus and not expect to return for the remainder of the semester as the school shifts to online classes amid the coronavirus pandemic. That action has left some students feeling anxiety and fear about the future.

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Tesla's Fremont factory is in full swing despite Bay Area coronavirus lockdown 18.3.2020 LA Times: Business

It's full speed ahead at Tesla's electric car factory, despite a San Francisco Bay Area six-county "shelter in place" lockdown.

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