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Study Finds Men Hit Harder By Coronavirus Than WomenUCLA doctor and professor Dr. Matthew Rettig talked to DeMarco Morgan about what may be the reason for the disproportionate impact of coronavirus on men.
SpaceX Makes Preparations For Historic LaunchIt will be the first time SpaceX will carry humans into space. Tina Patel reports.
Police Search For Hit-And-Run Driver Who Injured Woman Walking Near Beverly CenterOfficers with the Los Angeles Police Department sought the public's help identifying the driver of a vehicle who severely injured a woman Saturday night. Katie Johnston reports.
In-Store Shopping Allowed, Once Counties ApproveMost stores are still only open for curbside pickup. Kara Finnstrom reports.
Dodgers, Angels Reopen Stadiums And Spring Training FacilitiesCould baseball be inching its way to opening the season? DeMarco Morgan reports.
Danielle Gersh's Weather Forecast (May 26)Scorching heat is expected to engulf the Southland Thursday, with temperatures in the Antelope Valley communities of Palmdale and Lancaster expected to spike into triple digits.
State Releases Guidelines For Churches To ReopenHowever, LA's Archbishop says he supports a slow reopening. DeMarco Morgan reports.
Grammy Museum Celebrates Peggy Lee's 100th BirthdayPeggy Lee's granddaughter Holly Wells talked to Suzanne Marques about the milestone.
LA County Temperatures Expected To Hit Triple DigitsScorching heat is expected to engulf the Southland Thursday, with temperatures in the Antelope Valley communities of Palmdale and Lancaster expected to spike into triple digits.
Garth Kemp's Weather Forecast (May 25)Garth Kemp takes a look at tonight's weather forecast.
Trona High School Seniors Hope To Have Traditional Graduation CeremonyThis past school year has been anything but normal for Trona High School senior Bryce Johnson and his mom Bridgette.
In-Person Retail Shopping Allowed In California, County Approval Expected TuesdayThe reopening of stores is subject to approval by individual county health departments, and Supervisor Janice Hahn indicated that Los Angeles County might lift its current restrictions that only allow curbside service at nonessential retail shops on Tuesday.
Fallen Service Members, Coronavirus Victims Honored In Candlelight VigilMemorial Day commemorations fell hand-in-hand with the community grappling with the realities of the ongoing pandemic. Jeff Nguyen reports.
Beachgoers Enjoy Warm Day In Huntington Beach To Kick Off Memorial Day WeekendRestrictions were eased in Orange County and other surrounding areas, allowing locals to enjoy the warm weather on beaches this weekend. Laurie Perez reports.
People Flock To LA County Beaches For Memorial DayDespite the county's growing case count and death toll, thousands flocked to recently reopened beaches for Memorial Day.
Locals To Orange County On Memorial Day WeekendOver the weekend, some restaurants in Orange County were happy to welcome patrons and beachgoers were also able to head out to the shore, as long as they stayed active, wore masks and kept their distance. Michele Gile reports.
Brush Fire Threatens Coco Palm, Pomona Valley Mining Company RestaurantsLos Angeles County Fire Department crews worked Monday evening to control a brush fire in Pomona.
RV Sales Increase Dramatically In Wake Of Coronavirus PandemicCampgrounds and RV parks that have been allowed to reopen during the coronavirus pandemic have been filling up quick and rental companies said they, too, have seen a dramatic increase in interest.
Brush Fire Threatens Buildings Near 10 Freeway In PomonaFire crews worked to extinguish a brush fire in Pomona threatening a nearby building.
Memorial Day Flyover Includes 18 Historic Warplanes Honoring Veterans, COVID-19 Healthcare WorkersVintage warplanes flew over different parts of Southern California on Memorial Day for Operation Social Strong, which honored veterans and COVID-19 HEalthcare workers.
Police Patrol Ventura County Beaches, Enforce Guidelines As Crowds Gather On Memorial DaySan Buenaventura Beach drew a steady stream of visitors on Memorial Day, but this year, in addition to the red white and blue, there was yellow tape and signs reminding everyone of the rules in place to slow the spread of COVID-19.
LA County's Coronavirus Cases Surpass 46K, Death Toll Grows To 2,100The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health Monday reported 1,047 new cases and 12 additional deaths attributed to the novel coronavirus, bringing countywide totals to 46,018 cases and 2,116 deaths.
Fire Crews Battle Fontana BlazeA Monday afternoon fire engulfed multiple homes in Fontana.
Restaurant Owner Says Some Employees Are Hesitant To Return To Work After Making More Money On UnemploymentA Ventura County restaurant owner said he is having a hard time getting back to business because about half of his staff doesn't want to return to work.

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