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California Theme Parks Pushing Back Against Newsom Over Coronavirus Reopening RulesCalifornia theme parks are considering legal action to reopen and get their employees back to work in response to a new wave of closures. Stacey Butler reports.
Health Experts Warn Against Large Gatherings During Holiday SeasonThese gatherings could turn into COVID-19 super spreader events if people are not responsible, experts say.
LMU Professor Says Pope's Support Of Same-Sex Unions Is Way To Reach Out To Those Who Left ChurchFr. Thomas Rausch, professor of Catholic theology at Loyola Marymount University, said the move to support the rights of LGBT people in civil society is different from supporting same-sex marriage, which is a "sacramental issue."
Obama Slams Trump At Joe Biden Rally In PhiladelphiaFormer president Barack Obama did not hold back in his criticisms of President Trump tonight at a drive-in, socially distant rally for Joe Biden in Philadelphia.
Metrolink Train Hits, Kills 1 PersonDelays on the B line in downtown Los Angeles
Hoag Hospital Tapped As Only Site For First Phase Of ImmunityBio & NantKwest COVID-19 Vaccine TrialNewport Beach's Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian -- which cared for the state's first confirmed coronavirus patient -- was selected as the sole site for the first phase of a clinical trial of a coronavirus vaccine jointly developed by NantKwest and ImmunityBio. Michele Gile reports.
Families Of People Killed By LASD Deputies Call For State InvestigationFamilies of those killed by deputies with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department are demanding the state investigate the department, claiming that it's rife with corruption.
Serious Injuries Prompts Renewed Calls From State Assembly Leaders To Ban Police From Shooting Foam BulletsAmong the events that the Angelenos say left them injured was a protest over the death of George Floyd, a celebration of the Los Angeles Lakers' first championship title since 2010, and driving near a demonstration. Chris Holmstrom reports.
Businesses, Leaders React To Riverside County Moving Down To Most-Restrictive COVID-19 Monitoring TierThe California Department of Public Health has moved Riverside County back into the most restrictive purple tier, just a month after the state allowed the county to reopen some schools and more businesses. Nicole Comstock reports.