Kailyn Brown, Los Angeles Times

Kailyn Brown

Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Kailyn:

Many residents say California reopened too soon and fear coronavirus spread, poll finds

A significant number of residents believe California reopened its economy too early and are worried they could get COVID-19 as cases once again surge. → Read More

13-year-old girl killed in violent carjacking of family van in Pico Rivera

A 13-year-old was killed after a violent carjacking took place while she waited in the family car with her three siblings as her parents went inside a restaurant, authorities said. → Read More

Teen drowns after rescuing 12-year-old at California lake

A teenager drowned after helping rescue a 12-year-old boy at Lake Camanche last weekend, authorities said. → Read More

Coronavirus 'curve is no longer flat' in Riverside County, official says

As coronavirus cases and hospitalizations rise in Riverside County, health officials say that the "curve is no longer flat." → Read More

Encounter with mother otter at California national park sends visitor to the hospital

After a violent encounter with a river otter that sent a visitor to the hospital, Lassen Volcanic National Park officials are warning for people to stay away from the area. → Read More

3 arrested on suspicion of murder in case of missing Coachella Valley couple

The Riverside County couple were last seen in May 2017. Three years later, three men have been arrested in the case. → Read More

Pomona city councilman charged with possessing child pornography

Rubio Ramiro Gonzalez is accused of taking inappropriate photos of girls at two elementary schools where he worked as a substitute teacher and of having pornographic images of children on his computer. → Read More

Fans mourn rising Sacramento rapper Bris after weekend shooting

Sacramento police say the shooting death of young rapper Bris and a nearby single-car crash shortly after midnight Sunday are related. → Read More

3 Palm Desert businesses close for cleaning after employees contract COVID-19

One restaurant and two retailers at the Westfield Palm Desert mall have temporarily closed to undergo deep cleaning after employees tested positive. → Read More

Former governors join Newsom in urging Californians to wear face masks

Former Govs. Jerry Brown, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Gray Davis and Pete Wilson join Gov. Gavin Newsom in a public service announcement. → Read More

Coronavirus or not, celebrating Juneteenth is more important than ever in Leimert Park

Thousands showed up for Juneteenth festival in Leimert Park, a seven-decade tradition → Read More

Ventura City Council votes to require masks inside businesses and government offices

The council voted 4 to 3 to require residents wear face coverings inside most businesses and government offices. The city manager will now draft an official ordinance, which the council will vote on at a future date. → Read More

Statue of colonizer John Sutter removed after being defaced in Sacramento

Last week, as monuments were being removed across the globe — sometimes forcibly — the statue of John Sutter was vandalized with red paint. → Read More

Graveyard shooting is California city's first homicide in nearly 25 years

The tiny town of Colma, Calif., where most of the land is taken up by cemeteries, reports its first homicide in nearly 25 years — in a graveyard. → Read More

VA national cemeteries resume military honors services

After being reduced to burials and limited visitations during the coronavirus pandemic, national cemeteries will resume military honors services, officials say. → Read More

L.A.’s streetwear shops took a big hit. Now owners want to rebuild, reunite

As L.A.’s streetwear scene picks up the pieces after local stores were robbed, many store owners reflect on the bigger picture: standing in solidarity with protesters. → Read More

South L.A. still bears the scars of 1992. One resident held an event to beautify it

South Los Angeles remains mostly untouched by burglars amid civil unrest, but a local resident decided to clean the community, which has been devastated by past riots. → Read More

Richmond woman discovered her nephew cannibalizing her grandmother, police say

Richmond man was taken into custody after being caught cannibalizing his 90-year-old grandmother. → Read More

More than 60 Imperial County coronavirus patients are being treated at Riverside County hospitals

More than 60 Imperial County coronavirus patients are being treated in Riverside County due to a hospital surge. → Read More

Coronavirus: Inland Empire will worship in person after state approval

In addition to dine-in restaurants and in-person shopping, Riverside and San Bernardino counties are resuming in-person worship services. → Read More