BRIAN MELLEY Associated Press LOS ANGELES (AP) — California has never seen a weekend quite like this. No sports practice for the kids. No dining out. No church services. A little more than 24 hours after Gov. Gavin Newsom issued an unprecedented stay-at-home order to 40 million residents to help curb the coronavirus spread, most Californians were faced with how to spend two days of free time with strict limits on their freedom. If Friday, the first day under the order, offered any clue, it may involve calling or texting friends and loved ones, or leaving the house to buy food or walk the dog: two exceptions to the lockdown. Alexis Tirado said she's come to depend on the companionship of Sunnie, the one-eyed bulldog she adopted last weekend. "She's been the silver lining for me th
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