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Community Mourns Death Of Beloved Griffith Park Carousel Co-Owner Julio GosdinskiJulio Gosdinski was a common and friendly face at the Griffith Park carousel and now a community is in mourning over his sudden death. Jeff Nguyen reports.
31-Year-Old Released From Hospital After Nearly 4 Months Of Battling CoronavirusFor the first time since April, 31-year-old Francisco Garcia is finally leaving the hospital after his long battle with coronavirus, and he is encouraging others to take precautions seriously. Lesley Marin reports.
Party House Crackdown Draws Resistance From Police UnionThe police union representing Los Angeles Police Department officers up to the rank of lieutenant is speaking out against Mayor Eric Garcetti's plan to turn off power and water at houses repeatedly defying coronavirus health orders to avoid large gatherings. Laurie Perez reports.
Pastor Holds Indoor Worship In Defiance Of Court Order, Warns Congregants They May Be Cited TooHundreds of worshippers filled the pews at Godspeak Calvary Chapel in Newbury Park without social distancing or masks. Joy Benedict reports.
Parents, Teachers, Students Prep For Unprecedented First Day Of 'Stay At Home' SchoolSchool starts on Monday morning in Chino, but the first-day jitters will be felt remotely throughout Southland homes rather than inside busy hallways and classrooms. Greg Mills reports.
State Resolves Issue With Computer System That Tracks Coronavirus CasesCalifornia officials said on Saturday that they have resolved problems with the state's computer system that tracks coronavirus cases. Jeff Nguyen reports.
Alex Biston's Weather Forecast (Aug. 9)Mild conditions are expected Sunday. Alex Biston reports.
Skateboarder Killed In Crash Involving Metro Bus In East LAAuthorities were investigating the circumstances surrounding a crash involving a Metro bus that claimed the life of a skateboarder in East Los Angeles. Amy Johnson reports.
Pastor To Hold Indoor Worship In Defiance Of Court Order, Warns Congregants They May Be Cited TooA California pastor plans to defy an emergency temporary restraining order issued Friday in which he was told to refrain from holding additional indoor worship. Joy Benedict reports.
State Resolves Issue With Computer System That Tracks Coronavirus CasesCalifornia officials said on Saturday that they have resolved problems with the state's computer system that tracks coronavirus cases. Jeff Nguyen reports.
$25,000 Offered In FBI, Army Investigation Of Dismembered Army Paratrooper Enrique Roman-MartinezThe dismembered body of 21-year-old Specialist Enrique Roman-Martinez washed up on shore in May, sending shockwaves throughout the country. The Army and FBI are investigating his death. Kandiss Crone reports.
Trump Signs Executive Orders Related To Unemployment ReliefLoyola Law Professor Jessica Levinson takes a look at the impacts and legality of President Donald Trump taking action on coronavirus unemployment relief. Laurie Perez reports.
Hundreds Of Trump Supporters March Through Beverly Hills For Planned RallyHundreds of supporters of President Donald Trump marched from West Hollywood to Beverly Hills on Saturday afternoon for a planned rally.
Drive-Thru Backpack Giveaway In Harvard Heights Assists Low-Income HouseholdsA drive-thru backpack giveaway was held on Saturday at Los Angeles City Council President Emeritus Herb Wesson's West Adams district office. Joy Benedict reports.
Hermosa Beach To Enforce Masks With Fines Ranging From $100 To $500Those caught not wearing masks would receive a $100 fine for a first offense, $200 fine for a second offense, and $500 fine for additional offenses. Greg Mills reports.
Southern California Parents Sue Gov. Newsom Over Demands That Schools ReopenParents across Southern California are suing Governor Gavin Newsom over demands that schools open. Nicole Comstock reports.
Hermosa Beach To Enforce Masks With Fines Ranging From $100 To $500Hermosa Beach is beefing up its mask mandate enforcement in more crowded areas. Amy Johnson reports.
Danielle Gersh's Weather Forecast (Aug. 8)Temperatures Saturday were expected to be in the 90s in parts of the Southland. Danielle Gersh reports.
Drive-Thru Backpack Giveaway Underway In Harvard Heights To Assist Low-Income HouseholdsA drive-thru backpack giveaway was scheduled to take place Saturday at Los Angeles City Council President Emeritus Herb Wesson's West Adams district office. Joy Benedict reports.
Evelyn Taft's Weather Forecast (Aug. 7)Evelyn Taft takes a look at tonight's weather.
Glitch Holding Up COVID-19 Data Fixed As California Death Toll Reaches 10,000A top California health official says a technical glitch that caused a lag in collecting coronavirus test information has been fixed, but it could take up to 48 hours to get the data updated.
Stolen Car Suspects Arrested After Wild Chase Ends In BellA pair of suspected car thieves tried to steal at least two additional vehicles during a bizarre police pursuit through Southern California Friday afternoon.
Trump Claims He'll Extend Unemployment Benefits Through The End Of The YearPresident Trump forecasted his future executive actions after a failed week of negotiations on Capitol Hill, holding a news conference Friday night at his New Jersey club in front of mostly mask-less club members.
Riverside County Sheriff's Officials Say 2 People Reported Missing Near Idyllwild Located; Search Continues For Other 4Two of the six people who have gone missing in the Idyllwild area since March have been located, law enforcement officials said Friday.

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