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More Than Two-Dozen LA Deputies Disciplined Over Internal Gang InvolvementLos Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva Thursday said disciplinary action is being taken against over two-dozen deputies accused of being part of secret cliques that engaged in violent or criminal behavior. Kara Finnstrom reports.
AMC To Begin Reopening Theaters Nationwide Next Week; Will Offer 15-Cent TicketsStruggling theater chain AMC announced Thursday that it will reopen 100 of its theaters next week for the first time since it was forced to shutter back in mid-March. Katie Johnston reports.
10,500-Acre Lake Fire Continues to Rage Near Lake Hughes Thursday, Evacuations Remain In PlaceThere was zero containment Thursday morning on the rapidly-spreading Lake Fire which has destroyed several homes near Lake Hughes in the Angeles National Forest between Santa Clarita and Palmdale.
Steve-O Removed After Taping Himself To Hollywood BillboardThe prankster taped himself to the Hollywood billboard in a promotional stunt. Suzanne Marques reports.
Man Wanted In Attack At West LA ProtestA protest in West LA in July turned into a melee. Pat Harvey reports.
County Deploys 23 Teams To Control COVID-19 Infection Among HomelessCheri Todoroff of the LA County Department of Housing For Health Services talked to DeMarco Morgan and Suzanne Marques about efforts to keep infections low among the homeless.
Drive-Thru Halloween Haunt Planned For OC Fair & Event Center In Costa Mesa“Urban Legends of Southern California” will take thrill-seekers through the whispered folklore that has tortured and terrorized generations of Southern California, executive producer Mark Entner says. Katie Johnston reports.
LAPD Investigating 'Possible Swatting' Call At Home Of Black Lives Matter ActivistThe Los Angeles Police Department was investigating Wednesday after an apparent prank call brought armed officers to the home of Melina Abdullah, co-founder of Black Lives Matter Los Angeles. Katie Johnston reports.
Pandemic Forces 'Pull Up Neighbor' To Make Left Turn In Helping Underserved CommunitiesThe founders of the organization, Anthony Holt and Curtis Hamilton, talked to DeMarco Morgan about their work helping their neighbors.
SoCalGas Launches Recovery Program For Black-Owned Restaurants Affected By COVID-19 PandemicSoCalGas announced Wednesday the launch of a recovery program for Black-owned restaurants in Los Angeles County and the Inland Empire that have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Katie Johnston reports.
Fire Crews Battling Lake Fire Save American Flag from Burning PropertyCrews fighting the fast-spreading Lake Fire burning in the Angeles National Forest between Palmdale and Santa Clarita late Wednesday night were able to save an American flag from a property that appeared to be ablaze.
4-Month-Old Puppy Missing After Being Snatched From Owner In KoreatownDetectives need help finding a puppy that was snatched from its owner in the Koreatown area. The puppy, a 4-month-old brown Chihuahua named Bean, is about 6 pounds and has a white chest marking. Katie Johnston reports.
LA County Reports First West Nile Virus Death Of 2020The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health Wednesday reported the first death due to West Nile virus for the 2020 season. Katie Johnston reports.
Annie Murphy On "Schitt's Creek" & Working With Eugene Levy, Dan Levy And Catherine O'HaraThe actor talks with CBS Local's DJ Sixsmith about the wild journey of "Schitt's Creek," how the show became a mainstream phenomenon, life after "Schitt's Creek" and her next TV show.
No Containment In Sight As Lake Fire Continues to Rage Near Lake Hughes ThursdayThere was zero containment Thursday morning on the rapidly-spreading Lake Fire burning near Lake Hughes in the Angeles National Forest between Santa Clarita and Palmdale.
10,000-Acre Lake Fire Burns Overnight, Hundreds Remain EvacuatedA brush fire scorched thousands of acres on Wednesday in the Angeles National Forest, prompting evacuation orders and road closures in the Lake Hughes area.
Transformer Explosion In Valley Glen Knocks Out Power To ThousandsMore than 12,500 Los Angeles Department of Water and Power customers in the San Fernando Valley were without power early Thursday morning following a transformer explosion.
Evelyn Taft's Weather Forecast (Aug. 12)Evelyn Taft takes a look at tonight's weather.
Uber Threatens To Halt California Service Over Judge’s Ruling On AB 5The head of ride-sharing giant Uber Wednesday said the company could temporarily halt service in California in response to the gig worker law which took effect in January and was upheld by a judge earlier this week.
Claremont, Compton Latest To Crack Down On Those Not Wearing MasksFollowing in the footsteps of several other Southland communities, the cities of Claremont and Compton have implemented fines for those who do not wear face coverings in public.
Lake Hughes Fire Burns 10,000 Acres, Prompts Mandatory EvacuationsA brush fire quickly scorched thousands of acres on Wednesday afternoon in the Angeles National Forest, prompting evacuation orders and road closures in the Lake Hughes area. Lesley Marin reports.
Family Holds Vigil For Pregnant Woman Struck, Killed By Drunk Driver In AnaheimHer baby is stable but still in critical condition.
Only On 9: Military Medical Professionals Join County/USC Staff To Treat Surge Of COVID-19 PatientsDuring the surge in cases over the past couple of months, County/USC at one point was almost overrun with coronavirus patients. There were so many new admissions that the county requested military assistance, and the Department of Defense stepped in, sending in U.S. Air Force medical staff to help the hospital.
Joe Biden, Kamala Harris Make First Joint AppearanceThe presumptive Democratic nominee and his VP pick made their first public appearance since Biden announced his choice on Tuesday.

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