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Goldstein Investigates: Scammers Going Old School In Attempt To Defraud EDDThe state is spending millions of dollars with high-tech companies to try and stop unemployment fraud at the California Employment Development Department, but some scammers might be using a pre-internet method to outsmart the system.
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CHP Investigating Deadly Fontana Tesla Crash To See If Self-Driving Computer Played PartA man died in a horrific crash while driving his Tesla, and now the California Highway Patrol is trying to determine if the computer in the car, which gives it the ability to self-drive, was a factor.
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Newsom Says Most Californians Will Reap Benefits From State Budget SurplusTrying to dig himself out of a recall rut, Gov. Gavin Newsom Friday said the state budget was in great shape — thanks to a surprise tax windfall from the state's highest earners — and that most Californians will reap the benefits.
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'Stop AAPI Hate' Provides New Data To LAPD And A Place For Victims To Be HeardOn Monday, two teens attacked an elderly man in the San Francisco Bay Area. Hours later, a 67-year-old Lyft driver was pistol-whipped in South El Monte. Both are being investigated as possible hate crimes after more than 6,600 incidents against the Asian American Pacific Islander community from March 2020 to the end of March 2021.
'Interest Has Been Booming': Encino Pediatric Practice Offering COVID Vaccines To ChildrenBalboa Pediatrics in Encino was able to secure 600 doses and on Friday started vaccinating kids ages 12 and older in the parking lot.
Prosecutors Request Most Charges Be Dropped In Sexual Assault Case Against OC Surgeon, Grant Robicheaux, And GirlfriendIn a case that has seen multiple twists and turns, state prosecutors Friday asked a judge to drop most of the charges against a Newport Beach surgeon and his girlfriend who have been accused of drugging and raping several women.
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Prosecutors Request That Most Charges Be Dropped In Sexual Assault Case Against Newport Beach Surgeon, GirlfriendIn a case that has seen multiple twists and turns, state prosecutors Friday asked a judge to drop most of the charges against a Newport Beach surgeon and his girlfriend who have been accused of drugging and raping several women.
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CDC Says Fully Vaccinated People Can Stop Wearing Masks In Most Indoor SettingsThe CDC this week issued new guidance saying that fully vaccinated people do not need to wear masks in most indoor places. Tina Patel reports.
USC Kicks Off Week Of Graduation Celebrations At Coliseum For Classes Of 2020, 2021USC held the first of 14 special commencement ceremonies at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Friday morning to celebrate both the classes of 2021 and 2020, whose in-person ceremony was postponed last summer because of the coronavirus pandemic. Kara Finnstrom reports.
Secretary Xavier Becerra Visits Intake Center For Migrant Children In Long BeachThe Health and Human Services secretary appeared to be pleased with what he found at the Long Beach Convention Center. Suzie Suh reports.
Class Of 2021 Gets A Sweet Treat From Krispy KremeGraduates donned their caps and gowns a little early, so they could score free doughnuts from Krispy Kreme. Suzanne Marques reports.

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