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Monrovia Residents Prep Sandbags Ahead Of StormResidents below the Bobcat Fire burn scar are eying the bare hillsides warily. Kara Finnstrom reports.
Third Storm Bringing Drenching Rain To LA County Through Friday, Snow Closes GrapevineYet another storm will bear down on the Southland Wednesday, this one expected to bring heavy rainfall that will continue through Friday, creating the possibility of dangerous mud flows in wildfire burn areas and treacherous driving conditions due to snow and ice through mountain passes such as the Grapevine. Kara Finnstrom reports.
LA Educator Trimaine Davis Named Honorary Super Bowl CaptainA longtime educator in Los Angeles has been named one of three honorary captains for upcoming Super Bowl LV.
Danielle Gersh's Weather Forecast (Jan. 27)A high of 58 for the beaches and 56 for the valleys Wednesday.
Semi-Truck Sheers Fire Hydrant In Van NuysA big-rig sheered a fire hydrant in Van Nuys, sending water gushing throughout the intersection.
Appointments For COVID-19 Vaccines Canceled In Torrance On The SpotOne person drove from as far as Arcadia with his 90-year-old mother. Jeff Vaughn and Lesley Marin report.
Young Mountain Lion Discovered In Santa Monica MountainsA young mountain lion was captured and released by researchers in the Santa Monica Mountains earlier this month.
Sharing Table Pops Up In Santa MonicaOnce a week, the table is set up to hold food, toilet and cleaning supplies that are free to take, no questions asked. DeMarco Morgan reports.
Compton School District, Health Group Partner For Mass Vaccination Sites At Schools Throughout CityCompton Unified School District and St. John's Well Child & Family Center have partnered to operate mass community vaccination sites at schools throughout the city, it was announced Tuesday. Katie Johnston reports.
Riverside County Deputies Shoot, Kill Suspect In HomelandRiverside County Sheriff's deputies shot and killed a suspect in the community of Homeland Tuesday night. Katie Johnston reports.
Riverside Police Shoot, Injure Suspect During StakeoutPolice on a stakeout in a Riverside neighborhood Tuesday shot and injured a person, described only as a suspect. Katie Johnston reports.
Third Storm Bringing Drenching Rain To LA County Through Friday, More Snow To GrapevineYet another storm will bear down on the Southland Wednesday, this one expected to bring heavy rainfall that will continue through Friday, creating the possibility of dangerous mud flows in wildfire burn areas and treacherous driving conditions due to snow and ice through mountain passes such as the Grapevine.
Tourists Flock To Snow-Capped Mountains Ahead Of Yet Another StormA series of storms have turned the local mountains into a winter wonderland, and there's even more on the way according to meteorologists.
Evelyn Taft's Weather Forecast (Jan. 26)Evelyn Taft takes a look at tonight's weather.
LA City Councilman Kevin De León Stumbles Through Pledge Of AllegianceLos Angeles City Councilman Kevin de León had a rough time Tuesday getting through the Pledge of Allegiance.
EDD Controversy: Millions Of Californians May Have To Repay Unemployment Benefits Due To EDD FailuresMillions of Californians could have to pay back a portion of their unemployment benefits due to failures within EDD, according to a state audit that was just released. Tom Wait reports.
Single Mother Of 5 Dies From CoronavirusJasmine Jacobo died from coronavirus a few days after FaceTiming her five daughters. Stacey Butler reports.
Over 1M Infected, Nearly 16K Dead In LA County 1 Year After First COVID-19 Case AnnouncedRestrictions on businesses are being lifted as the number of daily reported COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations continues to drop as health officials mark the one-year anniversary of the county's first reported case.
LA Marathon Rescheduled For FallThe 2021 Los Angeles Marathon, originally scheduled for March 21 and subsequently postponed to May 23, has again been rescheduled due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Southland Counties Continue To Add New COVID-19 Cases, DeathsAcross Southern California, the COVID-19 pandemic continues to rage with L.A. County leading the charge as it reported nearly 300 new deaths and almost 6,000 new cases.
Altobelli Family, Christina Mauser Remembered On Anniversary Of Calabasas Helicopter CrashFriends and family members honored 56-year-old John Altobelli, a longtime baseball coach at Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa, his 46-year-old wife Keri and their 13-year-old daughter Alyssa Tuesday.
Southwest Airlines Bans Emotional Support Animals From Their FlightsSouthwest Airlines has joined American, United, and Delta Airlines in banning emotional support animals from their flights starting March 1.
Relief, Continued Worry As The State Lifts Stay-At-Home OrdersAs people around Southern California have gotten their hair styled and cut in creative ways since the pandemic shut down indoor salons, announcements that some restrictions are now lifted came as exciting but surprising news for business owners. Rachel Kim reports.
Veterans Voices: Shelter To Soldier DogsFor many of us, a dog is a best friend. For a soldier fighting PTSD, a dog can be a lifesaver.

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