Loved ones released balloons in their honor Thursday outside the home where the pair was gunned down.

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South LA Gets First Coronavirus Testing SiteSouth L.A. is getting its first coronavirus testing site Wednesday, a mobile testing site at the Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science.
Woman Hires Scissor Lift To Visit Friend In Redondo Beach Assisted Living CenterMargie Jones celebrated her 91st birthday with her friend Lucy thanks to a scissor lift. Suzanne Marques reports.
LA Galaxy Sends Taco Truck To Feed Supermarket WorkersChancho's Tacos fed all the workers at Northgate Market in Norwalk Tuesday, and will come to Northridge Hospital today. DeMarco Morgan reports.
Ventura County Deputy Tests Positive For COVID-19, Number Of Cases Increases To 243Ventura County reported Tuesday that a deputy has tested positive for the novel coronavirus — the first known case in the county involving an employee of the sheriff's department. Katie Johnston reports.
'S.W.A.T.' Tackles Mental Health, Police SuicideTonight's episode will see the team race to save a former leader who they suspect might harm himself. Suzanne Marques reports.
STEAM: Respiratory Therapists In Demand During Coronavirus OutbreakBrian Dodero used to work in real estate, but went back to school to become a respiratory therapist after the housing crash. Pat Harvey reports.
African Americans Found To Die At Higher Rates Of CoronavirusThe higher rate of death from coronavirus has been across the country. Tina Patel reports.
Orange County Coronavirus Cases Near 1,000; Death Toll At 15Orange County officials reported 49 new cases of the novel coronavirus and one more death Tuesday, bringing the county's totals to 931 cases and 15 deaths. Katie Johnston reports.
Essential Businesses Can Turn Away People Without Face Coverings Starting FridayLA County officials are ramping up on the mandate to wear face coverings in public. Kara Finnstrom reports.
The Latest: Cases Of Coronavirus Top 1,000 In Riverside CountyMeanwhile, Los Angeles County cases nears 7,000. DeMarco Morgan and Suzanne Marques report.
Appeals Panel Orders Case Against Mexican Megachurch Leader To Be DismissedA California appeals court panel Tuesday ordered a Los Angeles Superior Court judge to dismiss the case against the leader of a Mexico-based megachurch who was charged last year with rape and other sexual acts against children. Katie Johnston reports.
LAX Passenger Traffic Down A 90 Percent Since Last YearLAX, typically the second-busiest airport in the nation, looks more like a ghost town these days. Kandiss Crone reports.
Winter Storm Brings Showers, SnowBut with several inches of snow coming to local mountains, authorities are warning people to stay away. DeMarco Morgan and Suzanne Marques report.
Amazon Says It Will Fire Workers Who Flout Social Distancing GuidelinesThe online retail giant says it will give workers 2 warnings about staying six feet apart. DeMarco Morgan reports.
Legendary Singer-Songwriter John Prine Dies At 73 From CoronavirusJohn Prine, the legendary American country folk singer-songwriter best known for his often humorous style of music, died Monday at the age of 73.
LAX Traffic Down 90 Percent Due To Coronavirus PandemicThe usually bustling LAX is a ghost town lately, as the coronavirus pandemic has caused a significant decrease in travelers.
African Americans Sees 'Slightly Higher' Coronavirus Death Rate In LA CountyThe coronavirus death rate in Los Angeles County is "slightly higher" for African Americans than other ethnicities, officials said Tuesday.
DTLA Residents Clap For Healthcare WorkersEvery night at 8 p.m., Downtown L.A. residents open their windows and clap for those on the front lines fighting the coronavirus outbreak.
San Bernardino Orders Residents Wear Face Masks Outside HomeSan Bernardino is the latest county in SoCal to order residents to wear face masks when leaving the home for essential activities.
Garcetti Says Non-Medical Essential Workers, Customers Required To Wear Face CoveringsMayor Eric Garcetti announced Tuesday that non-medical essential employers as well as customers visiting essential businesses in the city of Los Angeles will be required to wear facial coverings starting Friday.
Newsom Signs Deal For N95 MasksGov. Gavin Newsom has signed a deal to obtain 200 million N95 masks per month for California.
California Website Seeks To Connect Job Seekers With Available Work Amid Coronavirus PandemicAs part of the state's coronavirus response, a website has been set up in hopes of matching those in need of jobs and critical services with agencies and employers that can help.
Trump Criticizes WHO As U.S. Death Toll From COVID-19 Tops 12,000President Trump harshly criticized the World Health Organization during his daily Coronavirus Task Force briefing on Tuesday, accusing the organization of being "very China-centric" and "wrong about a lot of things," even as New York City reported its deadliest day yet.

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