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Roads Look Less Busy As Officials Continue To Urge People To Stay Home For The HolidaysWith health and government officials now asking people to stay at home to celebrate Thanksgiving, the roads look less congested on what’s supposed to be one of the busiest travel days of the year. Rachel Kim reports.
Police Searching For Suspect Wanted For Deadly Jewelry Store Stabbing, RobberyAnonymous tipsters can reach out by calling Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (800-222-8477) or visit http://www.lacrimestoppers.org.
'Still Wanted To Enjoy The Holiday': Thousands Traveling Through LAX For Thanksgiving Plans Despite Surging COVID-19 CasesIt's one of the toughest questions people are asking themselves this holiday season: to stay home, or to see family and friends?
Family Pleads For Help Identifying Hit-And-Run Driver Who Killed 76-Year-Old WomanKuen Ham was fatally struck by a car while walking in the Westlake District on Monday. Amy Johnson reports.
'Most Alarming Metrics We Have Ever Seen': Proposal Seeks To Prohibit Gatherings In LA County As Pandemic SurgesDr. Barbara Ferrer, Los Angeles County public health director, is telling people to cancel their Thanksgiving plans with people living outside their household and asked the L.A. County Board of Supervisors to approve new restrictions — as COVID-19 cases continue to surge faster than ever.
Stores Urge Consumers To Shop Online This Black FridayBlack Friday is bound to look different this year during the pandemic.
Investigation Finds More Than $140M In EDD Benefits Paid Out To California InmatesIn a letter to the governor this week, the California District Attorney's Statewide EDD Fraud Task Force detailed what their investigation found: more than 35,000 claims filed between March and August in the names of inmates.
Long Beach Restaurant Owners, Patrons React To In-Person Dining BanThe city of Long Beach, which has its own health department, also plans to bar in-person dining Wednesday night.
Joe Biden Introduces New Members Of National Security, Foreign Policy TeamsPresident-elect Joe Biden formally announced Tuesday new members of his national security and foreign policy teams, several of whom are poised to make history if their nominations are approved by the Senate.