An 11-year-old girl was overcome with emotion as she heard clearly for the first time thanks to her new implant.
Evelyn Taft's Weather Forecast (May 28)Evelyn Taft takes a look at tonight's weather forecast.
Protesters Stage Demonstrations Against Police Brutality Across Southern CaliforniaGroups of people protesting police brutality following the death of George Floyd, an unarmed black man who died while in the custody of Minneapolis police, took to the streets Thursday for the second night in a row.
Coronavirus Cases, Deaths Continue To Rise In SouthlandSouthland counties reported additional coronavirus deaths and cases, even as officials continue plans to reopen.
Los Angeles Traffic Picking Up As Safer At Home Orders EaseAccording to Inrix Transportation, which collects data on drivers around the country by using sensors in roadways and by tracking cell phone data and GPS devices, Angelenos drove 60% fewer miles on April 6 than normal. But on May 23, traffic was only down by 25% — a huge increase in the number of people on the road in just six weeks.
Researchers Raise Concerns Over Coronavirus Antibody TestsThe CDC has warned coronavirus antibody tests can be wrong up to half the time, concerning researchers about the false confidence the tests will instill in some.
Family Of Lynwood Man Who Died After Contracting COVID-19 Hope People Continue Taking Safety PrecautionsAntonio Pacheco, 42, died on the way to the hospital after learning he tested positive for the novel coronavirus.
SoCal Nail Salons Await Reopening Guidelines From GovernorHair and nail salons are both part of phase 3 of Gov. Newsom's reopening plan. While hair salons have received the green light in some counties, nail salons must remain shuttered.
People Making A Difference: Teens Create Virtual Tutoring Platform To Help Kids Learning From HomeTwo 17-year-old girls created a platform that offers virtual tutoring for students staying home in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. In the summer, the project will host a virtual summer camp.
Protesters Take Minneapolis Police Precinct Building During Third Night Of George Floyd ProtestsMinneapolis is in the midst of a third night of unrest in the aftermath of George Floyd’s death, with protesters taking over the police department’s 3rd Precinct building late Thursday night.
Who's Hiring: Chili'sChili's restaurants across Southern California are looking to hire hundreds of cooks, servers and hosts to help them reopen.
Driving Schools Adopt New Changes To Help Prevent Spread Of COVID-19Driving schools are incorporating new changes because of the coronavirus to protect instructors and students. Orange County's Varsity Driving Academy was sidelined for more than two months because of the pandemic.
Officers Block Hill, 3rd Street Intersection For Ongoing Protest Against Police BrutalityPolice blocked Hill at 3rd Street downtown in an apparent move to allow the protesters to congregate peacefully.
LA Council President, Mayor Call For Jose Huizar To Resign Amid Federal Corruption ProbeLos Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and Council President Nury Martinez Thursday called for the resignation of Councilman Jose Huizar, one day after a former aide agreed to plead guilty in a federal corruption probe.
Protesters Again Take To Streets Over Death Of George FloydGroups of people protesting police brutality following the death of George Floyd, an unarmed black man who died while in the custody of Minneapolis police, took to the streets Thursday for the second night in a row.
First Shipment Of 100,000 N95 Masks Arrives In LA For Frontline WorkersThe masks, which are part of an order of 24 million masks, will be given to healthcare workers and first responders.
3 Known Gang Members Arrested in Murder Of Young Mother At South LA IntersectionThree gang members have been arrested on murder charges in the drive-by shooting death of a 28-year-old single mother in South Los Angeles last month.
2 On Your Side: Turbulence Over Flight RefundsWith thousands of cancelled flights, airlines are strapped for cash - and some passengers are having trouble getting refunds.
Glendale Galleria Reopens Some Stores, Food Court Dine-In Stays ClosedThe Glendale Galleria reopened Thursday for the first time since the coronavirus shutdown, with new measures in place for visitors and employees alike.
Protesters Gather In Venice For 2nd Day Of Police ProtestsA crowd gathered Thursday afternoon in Venice to condemn the death of a black man in police custody in Minneapolis.
Bossa Nova Hollywood Prepares To Resume Dine-In Service, Following Strict New Safety MeasuresAs they wait for L.A. County to give restaurants the green light to reopen dining rooms, the staff at Bossa Nova is getting ready to seat customers following a new set of safety guidelines.
Pau Gasol: A Jim Hill Interview Part 2In Part 2 of our Exclusive 3-Part Interview, Jim asks Pau about the first time he met Kobe Bryant and how much he valued their relationship both on and off the court
LAFC Owners Host Blood Drive at The BancLAFC Owners Mia Hamm and Tom Penn were among those taking part in a blood drive with the American Red Cross at Banc of California Stadium. It's the second of four planned drives by the club with two more in June.
Kobe Bryant's Hall Of Fame Induction Pushed To Spring Of 2021The enshrinement ceremony for Lakers legend Kobe Bryant and the rest of the inductees into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame will be pushed to 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Man Killed By Fullerton Police After Stabbing K9A man was shot to death by officers after allegedly stabbing a police K9 following a domestic violence incident in Fullerton Wednesday night. Tina Patel reports.