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Calif. Calls For Pause On Batch Of Moderna's COVID Vaccine After Several Allergic ReactionsThe chief epidemiologist for the state of California has called for a pause on the distribution of a specific batch of Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine after several people suffered allergic reactions after receiving the vaccine at a drive-thru vaccination site in Southern California.
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Phil Spector, Famed Music Producer And Murderer, Dies At 81Brittney Hopper reports.
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Hospitalizations Down In LA County; Officials Warning Residents To Still Take PrecautionsHermela Aregawi reports.
Malibu House Fire Leaves 1 Dead, 2 InjuredJoy Benedict reports.
Phil Spector, Famed Music Producer And Murderer, Dies At 81Authorities say Phil Spector, the revolutionary music producer who transformed rock music with his "Wall of Sound" method and who later was convicted of murder, has died. He was 81. Amy Johnson reports.
Man Sought In Deadly Carjacking That Claimed Life Of 46-Year-Old In DTLAPolice Sunday were searching for a suspected carjacking accused of striking and killing a cyclist in downtown Los Angeles. Amy Johnson reports.
Alex Biston's Weather Forecast (Jan. 17)High winds are anticipated during the start of the week, with warm temperatures on tap for Sunday. Alex Biston reports.
54-Bed Specialized Respiratory Care Unit Opens In LancasterThe temporary care hospital is operated by Samaritan's Purse, and will help ease the burden at Antelope Valley Hospital. Amy Johnson reports.
1 Dead, 2 Injured After Fire Rips Through Malibu Home, Spreads To BrushCrews were at the scene in Malibu where one person has been found dead following a brush fire. Joy Benedict reports.
Violent Extremism Concerns Following Attack On US CapitolLaurie Perez reports.
$50K Reward Offered In Arrest Of Driver Who Struck, Killed Southern California Father46-year-old Brandon Finley was struck and killed on Saturday morning in downtown Los Angeles by a carjacker, and now police are trying to track down that suspect. Hermela Aregawi reports.
LA County Surpasses 1 Million Documented COVID-19 CasesLos Angeles County has surpassed one million documented cases of COVID-19. Kandiss Crone reports.
Seniors Line Up To Receive COVID-19 Vaccine At Lake Elsinore Drive-Thru ClinicJoy Benedict reports.
Front Line Workers Head Out To Dodger Stadium To Receive COVID-19 VaccineRick Montanez reports.
Southern California Hits Grim Coronavirus MilestoneLos Angeles County has surpassed one million documented cases of COVID-19.
Seniors Line Up For COVID-19 Vaccines At Drive-Thru Lake Elsinore SiteRiverside County is now allowing anyone over the age of 65 to schedule an appointment for a vaccine
Alex Biston's Weather Forecast (Jan 16)Temperatures cooling down again through the end of the week
Monrovia Chamber Of Commerce Helping Restaurants During PandemicA local Chamber of Commerce has come up with a unique way to help keep restaurants afloat.
Evelyn Taft's Weather Forecast (Jan. 15)Evelyn Taft takes a look at tonight's weather.
Month Of January Could See No Rain in Southern California During High Fire DangerForecasters with the National Weather Service said there is a chance Southern California will not see rain for the entire month of January, as heatwaves and gusty Santa Ana winds are causing dangerous fire conditions.

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