LA K-12 schools to remain closed until at least November

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Steven Argula prepares a barbecue while wearing a protective face mask. (Photo by Afonso Salcedo)

By Emily Jo Wharry Contributing Writer

Counties in Southern California are struggling to meet the state’s criteria for progressing to a less-restrictive reopening tier. On Tuesday, 10 counties graduated to Tier 2 or Tier 3. L.A. County remains in Tier 1 and Orange and San Diego Counties are in Tier 2. — L.A. Times

There’s been a spike in paintball shootings — yes, you read correctly — on the streets of L.A. LAPD attributes the rise to COVID-19 restlessness from players whose paintball facilities remain closed. — ABC Los Angeles

L.A. public schools will not reopen until at least November, according to LAUSD superintendent Austin Beutner. Across California, some K-12 students and parents are participating in a weeklong “Zoom out” to protest school closures. — CBS Los AngelesCBS Los Angeles

Outdoor playgrounds are now allowed to reopen in California. — KTLA

Steven Argula prepares a barbecue while wearing a protective face mask. Photo by Afonso Salcedo.

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