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Torrance To Begin Grocery Delivery ProgramThe $70 service will be for senior residents, and those with disabilities and underlying health conditions. DeMarco Morgan reports.
Nursing Homes Scramble To Slow Spread Of CoronavirusResidents at nursing homes in Reseda and Burbank are dying of coronavirus. Kara Finnstrom reports.
7 More LAPD Employees, 3 More LAFD Employees Test Positive For COVID-19Seven more Los Angeles Police Department employees and three more Los Angeles Fire Department employees tested positive for the novel coronavirus. Katie Johnston reports.
Social Distancing Guidelines Extended Another MonthMayor Eric Garcetti says he doesn't know when the social distancing guidelines will end. Tina Patel reports.
Ventura County Reports 2 More Coronavirus-Related DeathsVentura County officials Friday reported 22 additional cases of the novel coronavirus and two more virus-related deaths. Katie Johnston reports.
Ironworker At Under-Construction SoFi Stadium Positive For CoronavirusConstruction on the stadium continues, however. DeMarco Morgan reports.
The Latest: Over 2,100 Cases Of Coronavirus In LA CountyDeaths are also on the rise across Southern California. Suzanne Marques reports.
Off-Duty Officer Fires At Car Thief In Woodland HillsPolice say the officer fired at someone who was trying to break into his car and had brandished a weapon. Suzanne Marques reports.
IOC Announces New Dates For Summer Olympic GamesThe 2020 Olympic Games will now be from July 23 to Aug. 8, 2021. DeMarco Morgan reports.
Pasadena Unified Suspends Grab-And-Go Meal ProgramAn employee in the district's central kitchen has tested positive for coronavirus. DeMarco Morgan reports.
More Jail Deputies, An Inmate Positive For Coronavirus In Riverside CountySheriff Chad Bianco said the inmate is the first to test positive for COVID-19. Suzanne Marques reports.
2 Dead After Car Slams Into Hydrant In Hancock ParkThe car somehow lost control before hitting the fire hydrant. DeMarco Morgan reports.
CNET Tech Minute: Gadgets To Make It Easier To Work From HomeCertain gadgets will make working from home as productive as working from work. Kara Tsuboi reports.
Lomita Triple Shooting Possible Murder-SuicideTwo boys and a man were found dead in Lomita Sunday afternoon. Suzanne Marques reports.
Iconic Ocean Institute Ship Sinks In Dana PointThe institute had been raising money to repair the Pilgrim. Suzanne Marques reports.
LA Mayor Eric Garcetti Reminds Angelenos To Practice Social DistancingKCAL9's Jeff Nguyen reports on Mayor Garcetti's March 29 update on the city's coronavirus response.
Grocery Stores Taking Steps To Keep Employees Safe During PandemicGrocery stores in the Southland remain open and are taking steps to keep employees safe during the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus: LA Convention Center Undergoing Preparations For Possible UseThe Los Angeles Conference Center is being prepped in case it needs to be used as a field hospital to help ease the burden from ovewhelmed hospitals.
Nate 'N Al's Closing Its Doors For NowA staple in Beverly Hills is making it clear it wants to stay open, but has temporarily closed its doors in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Coronavirus: Deputies And Inmate Test PositiveA total of three deputies and one inmate have tested positive for coronavirus in Riverside County.
Coronavirus Outbreak Hits Burbank Nursing HomeTen employees and seven residents have tested positive for coronavirus at the Alameda Care Center in Burbank. Two people have died so far.
Gift Of A Towel Raises Spirits For Those Experiencing HomelessnessIn difficult times, sometimes it is the little things that make the biggest difference. Sandra Mitchell reports.
After 75 Years, Landmark Restaurant Nate 'N Al's Closing Its Doors ... For NowAfter 75 years, landmark restaurant Nate N' Al's in Beverly Hills will be closing its doors for the foreseeable future. Joy Benedict reports.
COVID-19: The Latest In Numbers Of Confirmed CasesHospitals across the nation are making preparations for a surge in COVID-19 cases. Here's the latest. Amy Johnson reports.

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