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Top LA news: LA sees deadliest day of pandemic; Metro to further alter services; more

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LA renters urged to check out new protections during the outbreak

Councilman David Ryu conducted a conference call to shore up protections for renters and urged people to know their new rights.

Read the full story on Patch Los Angeles.

LA sees deadliest day of pandemic as health care workers fall ill

Two health care workers have died and 324 have been infected with COVID-19, as the outbreak spreads through ranks on L.A.'s front lines.

Read the full story on Patch Los Angeles.

Trio of Chargers receive opening odds for 2020 Defensive Player of the Year

Joey Bosa and Derwin James open with 20/1 odds for the award

Read the full story on Bolts from the Blue.

Beloved Beverly Grove coffee shop Swingers has closed its doors

Another L.A. institution struggles to survive the COVID-19 crisis.

Read the full story on Los Angeles Magazine.

LA Metro will further alter services starting April 19

The Los Angeles Metropolitan Authority Wednesday announced that it will further reduce services by about 10% starting April 19, due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Read the full story on Fox 11 Los Angeles.

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