4 to Watch: July is Here, and So Are a Few New Rules

A raft of new laws go into effect in July

A gas tax increase and several new laws go into effect Monday in California.

It's one of the stories we're featuring today on NBCLA.

California's New Laws: What to Know

New laws and a gas tax increase are starting Monday in California. The new legislation includes new background checks for ammunition purchases, requirements for medical professionals on probation and a mandated timeline for law enforcement body camera recordings. Click here for a list of new laws to know.

Dodgers Announce Chef Series Pop-Up At Dodger Stadium

Starting this month, Dodger Stadium pop-up concessions stands will feature chefs with local fare. Rotating restaurants will be featured through August. Click here to see the chef lineup.

Union to Make an Announcement on Possible Grocery Strike


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Approximately 30 vehicles vandalized in Koreatown

New California juvenile hall sex abuse claims as filing time expands

Leaders of the LA County Federation of Labor plan to decide Monday whether to endorse a potential strike by grocery workers at Ralphs, Vons, Albertsons and Pavilions. We'll have updates here

Free Shakespeare in Griffith Park Returns

Through Sept. 1, the Old Zoo in Griffith Park is the setting for the Griffith Park Free Shakespeare Festival. Click here for details.

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