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Woman intentionally coughed on 1-year-old after argument with mom over social distancing, police say

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The California woman was aggravated that the 1-year-old's mother was standing too close to her and not practicing social distancing, police said.
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A woman accused in a "road rage incident" was arrested after a crash right in front of the Englewood Police Department. Police say a 28-year-old woman rammed a man’s vehicle, pushing his vehicle through a landscaped area and into a security wall. Katie Johnston reports.

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California Bans Singing In Church [Video]

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California continues to battle a spike in coronavirus cases. Business Insider reports California has banned people from singing or chanting in places of worship. Early in the virus battle California was praised for its successful early response. Now the state has recently experienced record-highs in new cases. On May 25, California started to allow churches to reopen with safety guidelines. This week, it updated its guidelines to advise against singing.

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Why Are Fireworks Going Off Every Night in California?

It’s unclear if the problem is worse this year but complaints are on the rise in parts of California.
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Are Fireworks Legal in California? Here's What to Know

It’s unclear if the problem is worse this year but complaints are on the rise in parts of California.
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