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Santa Ana Winds Trigger Another Round Of Power Shutoffs Across SoCalAs of Wednesday morning, SCE reported that it could shut off power to 77,577 customers in Ventura County, 67,490 in Riverside County, 59,904 in San Bernardino County and 34,088 in Los Angeles County.
San Bernardino County To Bring Out Paramedics, Fire Trucks To Non-Life Threatening 911 Calls To Make Room More AmbulancesStacey Butler reports.
LA County COVID Hospitalizations Hit Highest Number Since Start Of PandemicThe Los Angeles County Department of Public Health Wednesday announced 5,987 newly confirmed cases of coronavirus and 40 deaths, bringing countywide totals to 414,185 cases and 7,740 deaths. Officials also said there were 2,439 people hospitalized with COVID-19, the highest number since the beginning of the pandemic.
San Bernardino Reports 96K Total COVID-19 Cases, Riverside Surpasses 85KRiverside County health officials reported 1,072 newly confirmed cases and one additional fatality, while San Bernardino County health officials reported 2,551 newly confirmed cases and seven additional fatalities.
'Airport Fire' In Corona Burns 50 Acres, 0% ContainedA brush fire has burned 50 acres in Corona near the Municipal Airport. Some evacuation warnings were issued for residents in the surrounding area.
Trump Continues To Question Election Results As Biden Fills CabinetThe pressure is on as Joe Biden has yet to fill three top Cabinet positions. Meanwhile President Trump has still yet to accept the results of the election.
Newsom Denies Allegations Administration Failed To Stop Prison EDD FraudDavid Goldstein reports.
Santa Monica's Iconic Playland Arcade In Danger Of Closing PermanentlySince the 1950s, Playland Arcade has been a Santa Monica Pier staple. But now, due to the coronavirus pandemic, the iconic business is in danger of closing for good.
Another Round Of Santa Ana Winds Could Knock Out Power To Thousands Across SoCalA powerful Santa Ana wind event could force Southern California Edison to shut off power to more than 270,000 customers across the Southland, less than a week after winds forced similar power shutoffs on Thanksgiving Day.