Week in Photographs: Ukraine marks a yr of conflict; beloved priest was murdered; and snow lands in Southland.



Hi there and welcome to our number of this week’s high tales — in footage. Right here’s what you will have missed.

Ukraine data a painful anniversary of the Russian invasion. The nation, which has largely weathered Russia’s energy grid assaults, works by grief and destruction and vows to win. We glance again on the ongoing conflict by the pictures of Los Angeles Occasions photographers.

A small, lone figure of a man in the foreground walks away from a massive fiery explosion filling most of the background.

A fireball erupts after Russian bombardment in Kharkiv, Ukraine, in March 2022.

(Marcus Yam / Los Angeles Occasions)

A soldier prays during a church service

On the Sts. Peter and Paul Garrison Church in Lviv, Ukraine, troopers attend Mass together with civilians in Could 2022.

(Carolyn Cole / Los Angeles Occasions)

A woman kisses the forehead of a man laying in a casket

A lady kisses the brow of a Ukrainian soldier at his funeral in March 2022 in Starychi, Ukraine.

(Wally Skalij / Los Angeles Occasions)

Because the nation marks a yr of conflict, six Ukrainians share how their lives have modified.

A woman standing looks at the camera with serious expression.

Olga Rudenko, editor in chief of the Kyiv Unbiased, poses for a portrait on the publication’s places of work in Kyiv, Ukraine.

(Pete Kiehart / For The Occasions)

A robust storm advances on Southern California with the specter of historic snow.
Rain, large waves, a uncommon blizzard warning — learn why this SoCal winter storm is so uncommon.

See extra Occasions employees images from the snowstorm right here.

Snow falls on vehicles on a freeway

Snow flurries fall on Interstate 5 close to the Tejon Cross as a strong storm arrived Thursday.

(Gary Coronado / Los Angeles Occasions)

Two people hug next to a snowman on a snow-covered soccer field

Katelynn Chavez and Pedro Ruiz hug after making a snowman at Yucaipa Group Park in Yucaipa on Thursday.

(Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Occasions)

Because the frigid storm bore down Southern California raced to shelter homeless individuals.

A head-and-shoulders frame of an older woman with blonde hair, wearing a light-grey hooded sweatshirt and a green coat.

Crystal Jones, assisted by Los Angeles County Homeless Providers Authority outreach staff, prepares to maneuver together with her companion from their homeless camp to a shelter Thursday earlier than the storm.

(Brian van der Brug / Los Angeles Occasions)

An L.A. immigrant neighborhood and a parish had been left in disbelief after a high-ranking bishop was gunned down final Saturday. Following an arrest within the cleric’s slaying, a handyman confessed to the killing of Auxiliary Bishop David G. O’Connell. The beloved preacher devoted his life to others, serving to immigrants, the poor and disenfranchised, and for one columnist he restored his religion in religion.

A picture of. Roman Catholic Bishop David O'Connell and police tape hang on a street sign

An indication is posted Sunday in honor of Bishop David O’Connell, who was slain a day earlier in Hacienda Heights.

(Luis Sinco / Los Angeles Occasions)

Standing in darkened pews, lit by blu-tinted light coming in through a stained-glass window, people pray during a mass

Folks attend a Mass in honor of Bishop O’Connell at St. Francis X. Cabrini parish in Los Angeles on Sunday.

(Wally Skalij / Los Angeles Occasions)

COVID-19 deaths high 100,000 in California: ‘No person … anticipated this toll’

A black-and-white image of a hand reaching in from the left side holding a hand of a patient on respirator in a hospital bed

Chaplain Kevin Deegan, left, holds Julio Valladares’ hand at Windfall Holy Cross Medical Middle in January 2022 in Mission Hills. Valladares is among the many 100,000 individuals who have died of COVID-19 in California.

(Francine Orr / Los Angeles Occasions)

L.A. needs to evict households dwelling in a luxurious resort since a botched 2021 fireworks detonation.

Two kids run past a metal fence and boarded up homes

Boarded-up houses on twenty seventh Road in Los Angeles, the place an LAPD-directed fireworks detonation in 2021 went awry.

(Christina Home / Los Angeles Occasions)

And, for the top, some excellent news — how a hiker survived a 200-foot fall from an icy path.

A blonde woman, in a head-and-shoulders profile view, lifts her head with eyes closed, smiling into sun-setting light.

Ruth Woroniecki, who survived a 200-foot fall from Cucamonga Peak within the San Gabriel Mountains, poses for a portrait on Tuesday in Acton.

(Jason Armond / Los Angeles Occasions)

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