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Panic Buying Increases As COVID-19 Cases Rise AgainCentricity Inc., a group that tracks e-commerce, reports a 3,400% increase in demand for baking goods compared to last Oct.
Remembering Coach Jim Bonds: 'He Had A Really Deep Connection With The School And All The Players'Beloved high school football coach, Jim Bonds, who was battling cancer passed away on Wednesday morning and is sorely missed by students,  athletes and other loved ones. Sara Donchey reports.
Firefighters Make Progress On Blue Ridge, Silverado FiresThousands of Irvine residents who were ordered to evacuate due to the Silverado Fire returned home Wednesday as firefighters made significant progress amid calmer winds.
Khloe Kardashian Reveals She Had COVID-19 Earlier This Year"Just found out that I do have corona," Khloe Kardashian said in a preview for Thursday's episode of "Keeping Up With The Kardashians." "I have been in my room. It's gonna be fine, but it was really bad for a couple of days."
27 Arrested For Alleged EDD Fraud In Torrance Since Sept. 10More than two dozen people have been arrested in Torrance since Sept. 10 for alleged unemployment benefits fraud and identity theft, police reported Wednesday.
Glendale Police Arrest Tujunga Man On Suspicion Of EDD FraudRazmik Grigoryan, of Tujunga, was arrested Friday on suspicion of unemployment insurance fraud.
Who's Hiring: Ashley FurnitureAshley Furniture, the largest furniture manufacturer in the world, is looking to hire both part-time and full-time team members in departments ranging from receiving and assembly to sales and customer care.
Erratic Winds Cause Problems For Fire Crews Along Frontlines Of Blue Ridge FireCalmer winds prevailed Tuesday night, though erratic gusts throughout the day caused problems for fire crews on the frontlines of the Blue Ridge Fire.
Silverado Fire Grows To Over 13,000 Acres, Nearly 70,000 Homes ThreatenedThree more firefighters suffered minor injuries while battling the blaze, but all were treated and released. Two other firefighters who suffered major burn injuries Monday remain in critical condition and "fighting for their lives,'' according to OCFA Chief Brian Fennessy.