Headlines: L.A.P.D. Seizes $2 Million in Products At An Allegedly Illegal L.A. Dispensary; Health Officials Warn of False Negative COVID Tests – L.A. TACO

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—LeBron James has agreed to a $97.1 million two-year contract extension with the Lakers. [ESPN]

—A search at an allegedly illegal L.A. cannabis dispensary has reportedly led to the “great job” of seizure of $2 million in products. [LAPD]

—Students are reportedly struggling from the heat amid a lack of air-conditioning at Franklin High School in Highland Park. [HP90042]

—California health officials are warning that negative results from your at-home COVID tests can be wrong, requiring follow-up tests. [LAT]

—Two former Pennsylvania judges have been ordered to pay over $200 million for their part in an alleged scheme to sentence children to for-profit prisons in exchange for kickbacks. [AP]

—University of Cambridge researchers have invented “floating artificial leaves’ that generate clean fuels from sunlight and water,” using a process inspired by photosynthesis. [UoC]

—”Is ‘foo’ the new brownface?” [Daily Chela]

—L.A. firefighters retrieved two safes from the Mulholland canyon brush in the Hollywood Hills. [NBC]

—Abel Concho, a former corrections officer at

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