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COVID-19 testing at Dodger Stadium ended Monday as L.A. transitions to more of an emphasis on the distribution of coronavirus vaccines. A vaccination center will soon be set up at the stadium parking lot, where officials hope 12,000 people a day will be able to get a shot when the facility is fully operational.
Reporter: Saul Gonzalez, The California ReportSan Luis Obispo Prison Suffers Largest COVID-19 Outbreak Yet
State data show about a third of the population incarcerated at the California Men’s Colony has tested positive for COVID-19 over the past two weeks..
Reporter: Alex Hall, The California ReportNew Biography "Kamala's Way" Looks at Kamala Harris's Path to Power
Kamala Harris will soon make history as the first woman to become vice president. Journalist Dan Morain has a biography out called" Kamala's Way".
Guest: Dan Morain, Sacramento Press Club president and author of "Kamala's Way"California Lawmaker Moves to Repeal Law Requiring Public School Teachers on Extended Sick Leave to Pay for Substitutes
The policy was put into the California Education Code by the Legislature and the governor back in the 1970s. The Protect School Employees and Medical Leave Act would make sure school employees could continue receiving their full pay while on extended sick leave.
Reporter: Julia McEvoy, KQEDFacebook Attempts to Manage Fallout from Suspending Trump
Menlo Park-based Facebook is warning employees not to wear company swag after its crackdown on content falsely claiming that Trump actually won the election. Now the company has a warning for employees.
Alex Heath, The Information