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Evelyn Taft's Weather Forecast (June 2)An excessive heat warning will remain in effect for the Coachella Valley through Thursday evening, before an expected abrupt cool down.
Community Members Call For LAPD Chief To Be Fired During Virtual Police Commission MeetingIn a Tuesday morning virtual meeting of the Los Angeles Board of Police Commissioners, a number of community members called for the firing of Moore.
Protestors, Police Remain Peaceful During Demonstration Outside Mayor's House In Hancock ParkWhile L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti was working at city hall, thousands of protesters converged on Tuesday to protest the May 25 deadly arrest of George Floyd in Minneapolis.
Civil Rights, Faith Leaders Hold Peace Vigil For George Floyd In PasadenaCivil rights and faith leaders, in conjunction with the NAACP Pasadena Branch, hosted a peaceful protest and rally Tuesday night in Pasadena, amplifying Black voices calling for an end to police brutality and justice for George Floyd who was killed by Minneapolis police.
Protesters Arrested In DTLA For Curfew Violations After Seventh Day Of DemonstrationsAccording to police, approximately 250 protesters were arrested and would be cited with curfew violations and then released.
Police Arrest Hollywood Protestors From Apartment Building Roof For Curfew ViolationLAPD arrested peaceful protestors who took to the roof of a Hollywood apartment building to continue protesting after the countywide curfew set in.
Trump Faces Backlash From Religious Leaders For Church Photo ShootPresident Trump faced backlash Tuesday from religious leaders and elected officials for his photo shoot at St. John's Episcopal Church, where peaceful protestors outside the White House were tear gassed to clear the way for him.
Police Arrest Curfew Violators In KoreatownPolice began arresting curfew violators in Koreatown Tuesday night. It was unclear if the people detained had been part of a protest or were simply outside.
Long Lines Form At OC Gun Shop As Unrest ContinuesThere was a long line of gun buyers in Laguna Niguel Tuesday afternoon at the On Target indoor shooting range where the owner says he's busier than ever.
Approximately 250 Protesters Arrested In DTLA For Curfew ViolationsAccording to police, approximately 250 protesters were arrested and would be cited with curfew violations and then released.
USC To Resume In-Person Classes For Fall SemesterUSC announced Tuesday that classes will resume in-person beginning in the fall.
LA High Schoolers Organize Large Hollywood Protest Against Police BrutalityA group of high schoolers organized a demonstration that drew thousands to Hollywood to protest the deadly arrest of George Floyd in Minneapolis on May 25.
Protesters Arrested In DTLA For Violating Curfew OrderDozens of peaceful protesters gathered in downtown Los Angeles were arrested Tuesday night for violating a countywide curfew order.
Clippers Head Coach Doc Rivers discusses the tense racial climate in America with Jim HillThe former coach of the year also talks about the NBA's prospects of returning to the court this summer
Millions Show Support By Participating In #BlackoutTuesday, But Many Say Sharing Image Cannot Be Ending PointUsing the hashtags "Blackout Tuesday" and "The Show Must Be Paused," millions of social media users posted a black square to their accounts following days of unrest over the killing of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police.
Police Officers Take A Knee With Protestors During March In Hancock ParkSky2 was over an incredible moment and several police officers, walking and talking with a crowd of protestors in Hancock Park Tuesday evening, took a knee together and embraced in a hug.
'We're Not Gonna Have A Showdown': LAPD Commander Palka Addresses Peaceful Protest Outside Mayor's HomeA large crowd gathered outside Mayor Eric Garcetti's home in Hancock Park Tuesday to protest the deadly arrest of George Floyd in Minneapolis, continuing a week of protests across L.A. County. LAPD Commander Cory Palka said he wanted to show solidarity, rather than use a show of force against the demonstrators.
'The Officers Who Killed George Floyd Are Murderers': Garcetti Defends LAPD Chief Michel Moore In Tuesday Briefing"The officers who killed George Floyd are murderers," Mayor Eric Garcetti says while defending LAPD Chief Michel Moore after saying that he hopes to see minimal use of batons and rubber bullets as police disband peaceful protesters
16-Year-Old Shares Experiences With Police, Asks For Protests To Remain Peaceful"I am a God-fearing young Black man," said 16-year-old Davion Pilgrim who said one of the biggest fears folks in South L.A. have is being killed by police. "I have seven brothers and sisters, and I for sure don't want that to happen to them."
Protestors Chant 'Defund The Police' Outside Of Mayor Eric Garcetti's Home In Hancock ParkA group protesting the death of George Floyd stopped outside of Mayor Eric Garcetti's house in Hancock Park and began chanting "defund the police."
Activist Speaks Out After Confronting People Tagging Los Angeles Starbucks SundayIn the video posted to social media, activist Courtney Nichole can be heard screaming at two women dressed in black to stop vandalizing businesses, saying that the protest was peaceful and their actions were not helping.
'We Need A Country That Listens': Mayor Eric Garcetti Engages With DTLA ProtestersMayor Eric Garcetti speaks with protesters in downtown Los Angeles Tuesday and invites leaders of the Black Lives Matter group to a meeting.
Hundreds Gather In Hollywood To Protest Death Of George Floyd, Rapper YG Cancels Protest Planned For Same LocationA group of students and others led by the student body president of a local high school gathered today in Hollywood to protest the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.
Journalist Deletes Social Media Accounts After Video Of Her Pretending To Board Up Santa Monica Business Goes ViralA journalist for the Washington Examiner has deactivated her social media accounts after a video of her pretending to board up a Santa Monica business went viral.

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