CLOSE Here are a few ways to keep your kids busy and minimize screen time during the coronavirus outbreak. WochitAlong with everything else, President Trump decides it’s a good time to loosen regulations on automakers. And with information moving as fast as it is, community organizations are working hard to get non-English-speaking groups critical information. Plus: Coronavirus hits jails and prisons in big ways.It’s Arlene Martínez with news for Tuesday. But first, fellow parents and guardians, let’s get comfortable with the whole educator thing. Schools aren’t likely to be open for the rest of the school year, which typically ends in June, the state’s superintendent told county officials on Tuesday. Find out more about what California’s doing to prepare parents, students and teachers for school at home on Wednesday, when media outlet CalMatters hosts a webchat with the president of the State Board of Education and the superintendent of the San Diego Unified School District. It starts at 1 p.m.In California brings you stories and information from newsrooms across the USA TODAY Network and beyond to keep you safe and informed. Subscribe today for free delivery right to your inbox. Trump rolls back car pollution standardsThe U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration on Tuesday finalized a sweeping


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