In California alone, more than 2.4 million jobless claims were filed last month as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Just last week, the state processed more than 925,000 claims — up 2,418% over last year.

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Car Slams Into Hydrant In Downtown LA, Driver Flees SceneA car careened into a hydrant in downtown Los Angeles Wednesday morning. A witness said a woman and a young girl fled the scene.
Death Toll From Beirut Explosion Crosses 100-Mark, Thousands WoundedResidents of Beirut awoke to a scene of utter devastation on Wednesday, a day after a massive explosion at the port sent shock waves across the Lebanese capital. Tina Patel reports.
Sunken AAV Found Off San Clemente Island With Remains Of Missing MarinesAn amphibious assault vehicle which sank last week during a training accident off the coast of San Clemente Island was located in an underwater search Monday. The remains of seven missing Marines and a sailor were inside of it.
Disney Releasing 'Mulan' On Disney PlusDisney announced Tuesday it will release "Mulan" on Disney Plus.
Serinda Swan & Roger Cross On The CW Network's New Show "Coroner"The actors talk with CBS Local's DJ Sixsmith about the U.S. debut of Coroner on The CW Network, why this show resonates with audiences all over the world and working with people like Kiefer Sutherland on 24 and Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson on Ballers.
New Charges Allege Ed Buck Enticed 2 Men To LA Area To Engage In ProstitutionA federal grand jury Tuesday returned an indictment charging former prominent Democratic donor Ed Buck with four additional felonies, the U.S. Attorney's Office announced.
LA County Reports 1900 New Coronavirus Cases, 57 DeathsOrange County health officials reported 253 more cases of coronavirus and two additional deaths Tuesday as the state released updated guidance for youth sports activities.
Evelyn Taft's Weather Forecast (Aug. 4)Evelyn Taft takes a look at tonight's weather.
Union To Hold Rally At Westlake District Food 4 Less After Nearly 30 Employees Test Positive For COVID-19Nearly 30 grocery store workers have tested positive for the novel coronavirus at a Food 4 Less in the Westlake District, according to the workers union.
Domino's Gifts Wedding Registry To Northridge CoupleA Northridge couple had their entire wedding registry gifted to them after winning a contest hosted by Domino's.
Most Evacuation Orders Lifted As Apple Fire Scorches 26,850 Acres; 20% Containment ReportedMost evacuation orders were lifted Tuesday evening as the Apple Fire continued to burn — 26,850 acre as of the latest update — with a reported 20% containment.
Man Charged In Connected With 2017 Disappearance Of His UncleA Valencia man went missing in 2017. Now, his nephew has been arrested in connection with his disappearance.
Inland Empire Seeing Decreases In Coronavirus HospitalizationsRiverside and San Bernardino counties are reporting decreases in the number of coronavirus hospitalizations, but health officials warn that now is not the time to stop wearing face coverings or practicing physical distancing.
Orange Police Looking For Man Suspected In Series Of Assaults On Women At Grijalva ParkOfficers with the Orange Police Department were asking Tuesday for the public's help identifying a man suspected in a series of assaults on women in the past eight days.
Massive Explosions In Beirut Leave Dozens Dead, More Than 3,000 InjuredA massive explosion rocked Beirut on Tuesday, flattening much of the city's port, damaging buildings across the capital and sending a giant mushroom cloud into the sky. More than 70 people were killed and 3,000 injured, with bodies buried in the rubble, officials said.
Orange Police Looking For Man Suspected In Series Of Assaults On Women In ParkOfficers with the Orange Police Department were asking Tuesday for the public's help identifying a man suspected in a series of assaults on women.
Who's Hiring: El Monte, City Of Industry Team Up To Match Workers With EmployersTwo neighboring cities — El Monte and the City of Industry — have created a partnership aimed at helping both residents and businesses by matching workers with employers.
Group Aims To Flatten Remote Learning Curve For LA Teachers, StudentsTechnology is making school possible in this pandemic for LAUSD students.
Disney Reports Third-Quarter Revenue Decline Of 42%, Partly Due To Pandemic-Related ClosuresThe Walt Disney Co. reported sharp year-over-year third-quarter revenue drops Tuesday, due in part to pandemic-related closures of its theme parks.
Compton City Leaders Call For State, Federal Investigation Into Sheriff's StationCompton city leaders are calling for an investigation of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Compton Station by state and federal agencies over allegations of excessive force and discrimination.
USC Student Writes Children's Book To Encourage Mask WearingThe USC senior wrote and illustrated a playful book to help children understand why it's important to wear a mask.
Gun Charges Filed Against Jackie Lacey's Husband In Confrontation With Black Lives Matter ProtestersThe California Attorney General has filed misdemeanor gun charges against the husband of Los Angeles County District Attorney Jackie Lacey for an incident back in March in which he allegedly pointed a gun at Black Lives Matter protesters.
'Looking Very Promising': COVID-19 Prevention, Treatment Clinical Trials Begin In OxnardFOMAT Medical Research is testing an antibody cocktail called REGN-COV2, which has been gaining attention nationally as a possible way to treat and prevent the infection.
Amber Lee's Weather Forecast (Aug. 4)Temperatures are cooling down into the 60s for some parts of SoCal this week.

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