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Nancy Loo

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Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Past articles by Nancy:

San Francisco considers nixing some ‘sanctuary city’ protections

“It is time to withdraw the protection of sanctuary from undocumented immigrants trafficking fentanyl on our streets,” said Supervisor Matt Dorsey. → Read More

San Francisco considers nixing some ‘sanctuary city’ protections

“It is time to withdraw the protection of sanctuary from undocumented immigrants trafficking fentanyl on our streets,” said Supervisor Matt Dorsey. → Read More

Housing boom: Why people are paying thousands more than the asking price

All over the country, the inventory of houses for sale is way down so prices are up. Meantime, interest rates are low and more people are willing and able to move. → Read More

Protests after video shows police car driving through crowd of pedestrians in Washington state

Protesters set a large fire, damaged buildings and marched with signs late Sunday in response to a police car driving through a crowd in Washington state the day before, leaving at least two people injured. → Read More

Federal judge refuses to release man wearing horns and face paint from custody after Capitol riot

One of the most visible people arrested after the U.S. Capitol riot will stay in federal custody after a detention hearing on Friday. → Read More

2020 is deadliest year in US history

This is the deadliest year in U.S. history, with deaths topping 3 million for the first time. → Read More

Cancel Thanksgiving? Fauci warns Americans may need to ‘bite the bullet’

With coronavirus cases on the rise, Dr. Fauci says large family gatherings are not ideal in 2020. → Read More

Beloved Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer and Santa puppets going up for auction

The soaring reindeer and Santa Claus figures who starred in in the perennially beloved stop-motion animation Christmas special “Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer” are going up for auction. → Read More

In swing state of Arizona, some voters say they’re changing sides

Arizona voters say they are swayed by a host of issues in casting their ballots. And many are wondering whether this is the year Arizona will flip from red to blue, or not. → Read More

Poll watcher recruitment prompts concerns of potential election disruption

Like many other states, early voting started this week in California, but for Election Day there is increasing concern over potential disruptions and voter intimidation as both the Trump and Biden campaigns are actively recruiting poll watchers. → Read More

Hollywood studios and unions get back to work with new protocols in place

Major entertainment studios and the major unions in Hollywood have finalized a deal and it means more lights, cameras and actors and crews back in action. → Read More

Heartbreaking photo shows hospital staff’s caring message to family who lost father to coronavirus

(CNN) — A family got the heartbreaking news of their father’s death from coronavirus as they were trying to lift his spirits with signs outside his hospital window. However, despite their grief, they decided to continue encouraging the staff who had worked to care for him. It all started with a simple sheet Rene Johnson, […] → Read More

Illinois lawmakers to meet for first time since COVID-19 pandemic began

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. — Gov. JB Pritzker will end his self-imposed quarantine in Chicago on Wednesday, and head to Springfield to meet with state lawmakers for the first time since the pandemic began. It’s been nearly three months since state lawmakers last met, and for their return amid a pandemic, some operational changes are in place. […] → Read More

Explosion forces closure of General Iron Industries

CHICAGO — An explosion has forced the closure of General Iron Industries in Chicago’s Lincoln Park neighborhood. Firefighters responded to the yard in the 1900 block of North Clifton Avenue just after 9 a.m. Monday. “Our house shook for a good three seconds or so,” Dan Grigorescu said. “I actually stepped outside afterward to see […] → Read More

4-foot long invasive lizards sought in Georgia

There’s more to add to that list of invasive species you just found out about and already don’t like. Georgia officials are working to completely eradicate a lizard they say poses a major threat to some of the state’s native wildlife: the Argentine black and white tegus. John Jensen, a biologist with the Georgia Department […] → Read More

Some Wisconsin counties issuing own restrictions after state’s stay-at-home order struck down

KENOSHA COUNTY, Wis. — Wisconsin had been under a stay-at-home order since mid-March, but a high court decision Wednesday lifted all restrictions which prompted some local governments to issue their own. A lot of Wisconsin businesses reopened right after the ruling. It was party time at a number of taverns in Milwaukee on Wednesday night. […] → Read More

Cook County officials offer plan to waive late penalties on property tax bills

CHICAGO — Some financial relief may be in store for property owners in Cook County who are struggling during this pandemic. County Treasurer Maria Pappas wants to give property owners more time to pay their tax bills. So instead of Aug. 1, home and business owners would have until Oct. 1. About 1.7 million property […] → Read More

Dr. Fauci to testify in Senate hearing on reopening amid coronavirus

Dr. Anthony Fauci, a key member of the White House’s coronavirus task force, plans to tell a Senate committee on Tuesday that the country risks “needless suffering and death” if states open up too quickly, he told The New York Times late Monday evening. “If we skip over the checkpoints in the guidelines to: ‘Open America Again,’ then […] → Read More

Ruth Bader Ginsburg ‘resting comfortably’ after nonsurgical treatment for benign gallbladder condition

Ruth Bader Ginsburg underwent nonsurgical treatment for a benign gallbladder condition Tuesday afternoon at John Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, a court spokeswoman said in a statement. After the court’s first day of oral arguments by phone Monday morning, Ginsburg went for outpatient tests at a hospital in Washington. Those tests, according to the statement, “confirmed that […] → Read More

Calls grow to protect seniors as COVID-19 outbreaks increase at nursing homes

WESTCHESTER, Ill. — Community activists are calling for emergency action to protect seniors as the number of COVID-19 outbreaks at nursing homes increase. A number of activists are expected Wednesday morning to launch an effort they’re calling “Save Our Seniors.” More than 40 percent of COVID-19 deaths in Illinois have been at nursing homes and […] → Read More