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Wind Takes Out Tent Set Up For Anaheim Church's Outdoor ServicesKnott Avenue Christian Church had just decorated for the holidays last weekend. Lesley Marin reports.
Rancho Bernardo Boy Becomes Author To See More Diversity In BooksArden Pala talked to Suzanne Marques about why he decided to begin writing books.
Shoppers Line Up For Black Friday Shopping Despite PandemicMasks are required, and virtual lines are being implemented at some stores at the Citadel Outlets in Commerce. Joy Benedict reports.
Power Out For Thousands Amid Continuing Windy ConditionsPublic safety power shutoffs made it a blackout Friday morning in Simi Valley. Tina Patel reports.
SoCal Residents Embrace Different Black Friday OperationsMany stores are not opening on Thanksgiving day, and residents said they aren't upset about it.
Pasadena Restaurants Provide Thanksgiving Dining Option For Families, Despite LA County BanThanksgiving night offered several options for outdoor dining in Pasadena, where the city is not forcing restaurants to shut down despite a county health order that is banning in-person dining for at least three weeks.
Over 9,000 SoCal Residents Without Power On ThanksgivingAs of 9:30 p.m., SCE had shut off power to about 9,000 customers total: 2,266 in Los Angeles County; 2,679 in Orange County; 1,201 in San Bernardino County; and 3,015 in Ventura County.
SoCal Family Feeds Strangers For ThanksgivingThe Frazier family spent the week cooking meals for those who need them.
SoCal Edison Begins Shutting Off Power In LA, Ventura CountiesAs of 6 p.m., SCE had shut off power to about 5,100 customers total: 3,015 customers in Ventura County and another 2,127 in L.A. County.
Thousands Line Up At Honda Center For Free Thanksgiving MealsThousands of people in need across the Southland were receiving Thanksgiving Day meals Thursday, although the annual traditions were taking a different form because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Thousands Of Meals Provided To Those In Need Across Southland In A Thanksgiving Like No OtherThousands of people in need across the Southland were receiving Thanksgiving Day meals Thursday, although the annual traditions were taking a different form because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Over 5K New Coronavirus Cases Reported In LA County On ThanksgivingMore than 5,000 new coronavirus cases were recorded in Los Angeles County on Thanksgiving Day.
LA County COVID-19 Transmission Rate Highest Since MarchThe outbreak of COVID-19 in Los Angeles County continues to get worse, and public health officials estimate every infected person is passing the virus to an average of 1.27 people – the highest transmission rate the county has seen since March. Tina Patel reports.
No Massive COVID-19 Outbreak At Concordia University After Slew Of False PositivesA reported coronavirus outbreak among dozens of students at Concordia University in Irvine earlier this week turned out to be a false alarm because of a flurry of false positives.
Actress Megan Hilty Talks New Series 'TrollsTopia'Actress Megan Hilty spoke to CBS2 News This Morning about the new series "TrollsTopia."
Activists Confront Officers As They Evict Squatters From Vacant Homes In El SerenoCalifornia Highway Patrol officers were confronted by dozens of protesters Wednesday night as they evicted squatters from vacant homes in the East Los Angeles neighborhood of El Sereno.
SoCal Edison Could Shut Off Power To 88K Customers On Thanksgiving Due To Santa Ana WindsPowerful Santa Ana winds could force Southern California Edison to shut off power to thousands of customers on Thanksgiving. Kara Finnstrom reports.
Fontana Residents 'Fed Up' With Possible Thanksgiving Day Planned Power OutagesNearly 84,000 homes and businesses in Southern California could have their power shut off on Thanksgiving Day to try to prevent wildfires during a Red Flag Warning when the risk for wildfires sparking is high.
Up To $1 Billion Could Be Lost Due To Massive EDD Fraud In California PrisonsThe fallout continues from the massive fraud scheme where prisoners were siphoning off at least $140 million dollars in unemployment benefits. Tom Wait reports.
Thanksgiving Day Red Flag Warning Could Cause Thousands To Lose PowerSoCal Edison announced the move to try to prevent brush fires from sparking from power lines.
In-Person Dining Ban Hits LA County As COVID-19 Cases SurgeThe next three weeks are usually the most profitable of the year. This year, that won't be the case for restaurants in L.A. County.
CHiPs For Kids 2020: Walgreens Drive-ThruJoin us on December 1st at the Walgreens in Thousand Oaks
Woman Speaks Out After Catching Coronavirus Within Small Family Friend GroupA Southland woman who had coronavirus and is still suffering symptoms, is warning others to be cautious, even if they're just gathering within their small social groups. Sara Donchey reports.
LA County Public Health: 1 In Every 145 People Infected With COVID-19 And Transmitting It To OthersBased on the transmission rate that LA County Public Health shared Wednesday, officials estimate that one of every 145 people in the county are now infected and transmitting it to others.

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