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Students Create Apps To Aid In Coronavirus Quarantine, Remote Learning For UCLA HackathonMore than 1,000 college and high school students from all over the country competed last week in a virtual hackathon. Katie Johnston reports.
2 San Bernardino Deputies Test Positive For CoronavirusThe San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department Wednesday confirmed that two more deputies assigned to corrections tested positive for the novel coronavirus. Katie Johnston reports.
Atwater Village Amazon Warehouse Employee Tests Positive For COVID-19An Amazon employee at an Atwater Village warehouse has tested positive for the novel coronavirus. Katie Johnston reports.
LAUSD Announces New Mental Health Hotline For Students, FamiliesThe Los Angeles Unified School District announced Wednesday that it would be operating a mental health hotline to help students and families coping with the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic. Katie Johnston reports.
'FBI' Star Zeeko Zaki Talks About The Importance Of Giving A Helping Hand To Students In NeedActor Zeeko Zaki from the hit CBS show "FBI" spoke to CBS2 Thursday about the importance of stepping up and helping students and their families who are most in need during the coronavirus pandemic. To donate to the cause visit https://losangeles.cbslocal.com/give/.
LAPD, LAFD Report Additional Coronavirus CasesBoth the Los Angeles Police Department and the Los Angeles Fire Department Wednesday reported one more case of the novel coronavirus. Katie Johnston reports.
New Rules Go Into Effect for LA Farmer's MarketsThe changes are required in order for LA-area farmer's markets to reopen. Kandiss Crone reports.
Emergency Room Doctor Adjusts In Unprecedented OutbreakDr. Mark Morocco relies on science and art in his work as an emergency room doctor. Suzanne Marques reports.
State Superintendent: Schools Closed, But Learning Does Not StopEducators from the top down are making major adjustments amid the coronavirus outbreak. Kara Finnstrom reports.
Engineer Purposely Derails Train Near USNS MercyThe suspect said he thought the ship was a secret government plot to take over Americans's lives. Tina Patel reports.
LAUSD Superintendent Austin Beutner Describes Dire Need For Donations During OutbreakBeutner spoke to DeMarco Morgan and Suzanne Marques about today's drive for LA Students Most In Need.
Caught On Video: Trio Ransack Koreatown Restaurants While They're OpenThe owner of Sulbox and Shuto posted video of the burglars on Instagram. Suzanne Marques reports.
Coronavirus: Family Struggles To Say Goodbye To Loved One Amid Coronavirus PandemicThe daughter of a woman who died late last month says a funeral home refuses to take a color photo of her mother due to privacy concerns. The daughter says she's asking for the photo since she will not be able to see her mother before she is interred due to the coroanvirus pandemic.
United States Coronavirus Cases Surpass 215,000, Deaths Surpass 5,000More than 215,000 people have been diagnosed with COVID-19 in the U.S., according to Johns Hopkins University late Wednesday night. More than 5,000 people have died from the disease across the country.
Coronavirus: Southland Teachers Prepare For Long-Term Distance Learning As Closures ContinueCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom confirmed Wednesday that public schools would not reopen this academic year amid a coronavirus pandemic which saw a statewide spike in ICU patient numbers.
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Riverside, Los Angeles Counties Now Recommend Covering Face Due To Coronavirus PandemicRiverside County yesterday put out the recommendation for people to cover their faces while out in public, but today Los Angeles County and the city of L.A. followed suit.
Engineer Arrested For Derailing Train Near USNS Mercy, Claimed Hospital Ship Part Of 'Government Takeover'A train engineer at the Port of Los Angeles was arrested Wednesday for allegedly derailing a locomotive at full speed near the USNS Mercy hospital ship being used to ease the burden on regional hospital systems during the coronavirus pandemic.
California Releases Model Predicting Coronavirus Peak In Mid-MayFor the first time, California has released a timetable for the spread of the virus that shows the state could reach the peak of infection in mid-May and begin to overwhelm hospital systems.
Jeff Bridges: LA Students Most In NeedCBSLA, iHeart Radio stations in Los Angeles, the Los Angeles Chargers and the Los Angeles Unified School District present “LA Students Most in Need,” a fundraiser for LAUSD students and their families who are struggling during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Pauley Perrette: LA Students Most In NeedCBSLA, iHeart Radio stations in Los Angeles, the Los Angeles Chargers and the Los Angeles Unified School District present “LA Students Most in Need,” a fundraiser for LAUSD students and their families who are struggling during the Coronavirus pandemic.
USC Architecture Program Making 3D Masks For Medical Workers Amid Coronavirus PandemicIn connection with the city's L.A. Protects initiative, USC architecture students are working to provide personal protective equipment for health care workers on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic.
Families Work To Plan Living Trusts, Wills Amid Coronavirus PandemicAs the number of coronavirus cases continues to grow, so do concerns about the future.
LA City Councilmen Push Congress On Rent, Mortgage Forgiveness LegislationMembers of the Los Angeles City Council are calling on Congress to move forward with legislation that would grant rent and mortgage forgiveness to millions of renters, homeowners and commercial property owners impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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