Police responded to the area because of a 911 hangup. Kara Finnstrom reports.
Evelyn Taft's Weather Forecast (July 6)Evelyn Taft takes a look at tonight's weather forecast.
Family Devastated After 13-Year-Old's Death In Pico Rivera CarjackingAs a suspect in a deadly Pico Rivera carjacking sits behind bars, a community is mourning the loss of 13-year-old Isabella Cortes, who they described as friendly, funny and happy. Kandiss Crone reports.
Thousands Worldwide Volunteer For Possible Human Coronavirus TrialAs thousands around the world have signaled their interest in being participants in the trial, some health experts say they don't believe there is enough known about COVID-19 right now to speed things up by going straight to a human trial. Brittney Hopper reports.
Kanye West's Company Receives More Than $2M In Federal Small Business LoansKanye West's company Yeezy received a loan from the federal government's Paycheck Protection Program worth between $2 million and $5 million, according to data released Monday by the U.S. Treasury Department.
Gov. Newsom, OC Officials Clash Over Face Covering EnforcementA war of words between Gov. Gavin Newsom and Orange County officials over enforcement of statewide mandates to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus could end up costing the county hundreds of millions of dollars in state funding.
Assemblymember Autumn Burke And 4 Other Capitol Employees Test Positive For COVID-19Assemblymember Autumn Burke shared Monday on Twitter that she was one of the five individuals at the California Capitol who have tested positive for coronavirus. Chris Holmstrom reports.
LA County Health Officials Say Young People Make Up Half Of New Coronavirus CasesLos Angeles County Public Health Director Dr. Barbara Ferrer blamed the numbers on increased socializing, citing a study by the University of Southern California that found more than half of those polled admitted having contact with someone they don't live with.
Majority Of States Report Spike In COVID-19 Cases, While White House Defends Trump Statement On Virus' ImpactMayors in hard-hit cities have pushed back against President Donald Trump's claim that 99% of COVID-19 cases were "completely harmless." The statement was made, without evidence, as 32 states report spikes in the number of coronavirus cases.
Positivity Rate Increases To 10% As Counties Continue To Report Drastic Jumps In CasesThe number of people testing positive for the novel coronavirus increased to 10% Monday as Southland counties again reported drastic jumps in cases.
International Students May Need To Leave The US If Their University Is Fully Remote In The Fall, ICE SaysInternational students may have to leave the U.S. if their universities switch to online-only courses during the coronavirus pandemic, Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced on Monday, or they could risk deportation.
Jeffrey Epstein Accuser Seeks Investigation Into Santa Monica PD For Handling Of ComplaintA Southern California woman, who claims she was abused nearly 30 years ago by convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, said Monday she wants the Santa Monica Police Department investigated.
Scientists, Researchers Recruiting People For Coronavirus Vaccine TrialAntonio Cisneros recently answered a call for volunteers for a potential human trial to help speed up the development of a vaccine against the coronavirus. Rachel Kim reports.
State Capitol Closes After 5 Assembly Employees Test Positive For CoronavirusThe State Capitol is closing its doors after several employees have tested positive for coronavirus, officials said. Lesley Marin reports.
Seal Beach PD Searching For Men Accused Of Firing Weapon While Leaving Beach Parking LotThe Seal Beach Police Department Monday asked for the public's assistance as officers continued to search for two men accused of brandishing a handgun and firing shots into the air.
Gov. Newsom, OC Sheriff Clash Over Face Covering EnforcementA war of words between Gov. Gavin Newsom and Orange County Sheriff Don Barnes over enforcement of statewide mandates to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus could end up costing the county hundreds of millions of dollars in state funding.
Dodger Stadium COVID-19 Testing Site To Reopen TuesdayThe largest coronavirus testing site in Los Angeles located at Dodger Stadium remained closed Monday with plans to reopen Tuesday, the city confirmed.
LA County Reports 1,584 New Coronavirus Cases, 48 Additional DeathsLos Angeles County public health officials reported 1,584 newly confirmed cases of COVID-19 Monday and 48 additional fatalities, bringing countywide totals to 116,570 cases and 3,534 deaths.
Forward Progress On Soledad Fire Halted, Evacuations LiftedThe Soledad Fire broke out before 3:30 p.m. in the area of Agua Dulce Canyon Road and the 14 Freeway. As of 5:20 p.m. Monday the blaze had consumed 1,300 acres, was 30% contained and all evacuation orders had been lifted.
2 On Your Side: California Lawmaker Calls For Audit Of EDD While Many Wait For BenefitsIn the past three months, the California Employment Development Department has paid out $37.5 billion in unemployment benefits — but a number of people are still waiting, prompting a lawmaker to call for an audit.
Fire Crews Battling Brush Fire Off La Tuna Canyon Road In Shadow HillsFirefighters were battling a 5-acre brush fire burning along La Tuna Canyon Road in Shadow Hills Monday afternoon.
No Decision Yet On Whether Students Will Return To LAUSD Campuses This FallA survey by LAUSD says 59% of parents want their children to return to school in the fall. Jasmine Viel reports.
San Diego, Marin Counties Among 6 Added To California Monitoring ListBars are now ordered to close all operations in those counties, along with indoor operations of restaurants, wineries, movie theaters and other businesses.
Man Shot, Killed During Fight With Gardena Store EmployeeA man was shot and killed during an altercation with a store employee in Gardena Sunday night while waiting for a tow truck. Katie Johnston reports.
Forward Progress On 1,300-Acre Soledad Fire HaltedFirefighters working throughout the night stopped forward progress on a fast-moving 1,100-acre fire which broke out Sunday afternoon and ripped through brush between Santa Clarita and Agua Dulce, forcing the evacuation of several homes.