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LA Company Paints It Forward For 2 Needy Families In Santa ClaritaA Los Angeles company will Paint It Forward for two needy families in Santa Clarita. Joy Benedict reports.
Volunteers Looking To Help As Shelter For Unaccompanied Migrant Children Set To Open In Long BeachLong Beach Mayor Robert Garcia said Friday that the city was working to set up a volunteer portal with links on the city's website in the coming days.
Healthcare Workers Gather For Solidarity Vigil Against AAPI HateA vigil was held on Friday to promote solidarity and peace in the Asian American Pacific Islander community following an increase in violent crimes against AAPI individuals. Jeff Nguyen reports.
Coronavirus Vaccine Expected To Be In Shorter Supply Next Week Just As Residents 16 And Older Become EligibleAs Los Angeles County residents aged 16 and older become eligible for the coronavirus vaccine next week, officials at the county health department expect a dip in available doses. Tom Wait reports.
FBI Seeks Help Locating Arianna Fitts, Child Missing Since 2016 From San Francisco AreaThe Federal Bureau of Investigation Thursday was seeking the public's help in identifying potential witnesses and people of interest in the Los Angeles area who might have information about the 2016 murder of a woman and disappearance of her now 7-year-old daughter.
Deputy-Involved Shooting Investigation In La Mirada AreaLA County sheriff's deputies from the Norwalk station were investigating a deputy-involved shooting in the La Mirada area. Shots were exchanged but no deputies were injured.
Federal Prosecutors: 3 Inland Empire Women Behind More Than 100 Cases Of EDD FraudThree Inland Empire women who federal prosecutors say were collectively behind more than 100 cases of EDD fraud have been arrested.
Suspect Shot By LA County Sheriff's Deputies Near La MiradaLos Angeles County Sheriff's Department deputies shot and injured a suspect on Friday evening in the La Mirada area.
Judge Imposes Preliminary Injunction Against Tinhorn Flats In BurbankA judge Friday issued a preliminary injunction against Tinhorn Flats in Burbank which has repeatedly defied COVID health orders.