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Game On: LAUSD Says Venice High Baseball Team Can Play On Renovated FieldThe Los Angeles Unified School District spent millions of dollars renovating the Venice High School baseball field, but until Monday night it was not clear whether the team would get to play the remainder of the season at home.
Pfizer Vaccine Expected To Be Available For Children Aged 12 To 15 As Soon As Next WeekThe FDA has expanded its emergency use authorization for Pfizer's COVID vaccine to include 12- to 15-year-old children. Stacey Butler reports.
California Scores Huge Budget Surplus, Leading To Possible Additional StimulusGovernor Gavin Newsom on Monday announced a $75.7 billion surplus. Tom Wait reports.
Several Detained After Off-Duty Deputy's Vehicle Struck By Pellet Gun In Canyon CountrySeveral people were detained Monday night after an off-duty Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department deputy's vehicle was struck and damaged by a pellet gun.
NBC Will Not Air 2022 Golden Globes Amid Hollywood Foreign Press Association ControversyAmid continuing concern about the lack of diversity and overall management of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, NBC has announced it will not televise the Golden Globes next year.
2 Injured In Head-On Collision On PCHTwo people were injured Monday afternoon in a head-on collision on Pacific Coast Highway in Santa Monica.
Majority Of LAUSD Students Choose Not To Return To CampusThe Los Angeles Unified School District Monday announced only 7% of high schoolers, 12% of middle schoolers and 30% of elementary school children have returned to the classroom.
LAUSD Puts Stop To Home Games At Million-Dollar Baseball Field After Neighbor ComplainsStudents athletes on the Venice High School baseball team are currently unable to use the new million dollar field, recently renovated by the Los Angeles Unified School District, because of safety concerns communicated by a neighbor.
Lawsuit To Be Filed After A Beach-Front Balcony Collapses In MalibuSome clients have orthopedic issues and one of them hit their head, said an attorney representing some of those who were injured in the balcony collapse. Jeff Nguyen reports.