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Evelyn Taft's Weather Forecast (Oct. 28)Evelyn Taft takes a look at tonight's weather.
The Boys Are Back In Town: Dodgers Return To LA After World Series Win Without Justin TurnerA salute with water cannons welcomed the World Series Champion Los Angeles Dodgers as they landed at Los Angeles International Airport Wednesday evening.
Cleanup Continues After Downtown LA Foot Locker, Other Stores LootedSeveral stores and restaurants in downtown and East L.A. saw their windows shattered and their entrances sprayed with graffiti following the Los Angeles Dodgers' World Series Win.
Panic Buying Increases As COVID-19 Cases Rise AgainCentricity Inc., a group that tracks e-commerce, reports a 3,400% increase in demand for baking goods compared to last Oct.
Supreme Court: North Carolina Ballots Can Be Received And Counted Up To 9 Days After Election DayThe SCOTUS says that mailed ballots postmarked on or before Election Day must be received by 5 p.m. on November 12 to be counted in the 2020 Election. KCAL9's Tom Wait reports.
Remembering Coach Jim Bonds: 'He Had A Really Deep Connection With The School And All The Players'Beloved high school football coach, Jim Bonds, who was battling cancer passed away on Wednesday morning and is sorely missed by students,  athletes and other loved ones. Sara Donchey reports.
Firefighters Make Progress On Blue Ridge, Silverado FiresThousands of Irvine residents who were ordered to evacuate due to the Silverado Fire returned home Wednesday as firefighters made significant progress amid calmer winds.
Khloe Kardashian Reveals She Had COVID-19 Earlier This Year"Just found out that I do have corona," Khloe Kardashian said in a preview for Thursday's episode of "Keeping Up With The Kardashians." "I have been in my room. It's gonna be fine, but it was really bad for a couple of days."
27 Arrested For Alleged EDD Fraud In Torrance Since Sept. 10More than two dozen people have been arrested in Torrance since Sept. 10 for alleged unemployment benefits fraud and identity theft, police reported Wednesday.
Health Officials Urge Sports Fans Who Attended Celebrations To Get Tested As COVID Cases RiseAcross the Southland, health officials are urging people who attended celebrations after the Dodgers won the World Series to quarantine and get tested as the number of coronavirus cases continued to rise Wednesday.
Some Evacuations Lifted Over Orange County FiresFire crews are continuing to make progress in the Orange County fires, which has led to some evacuations being lifted in the Irvine and Yorba Linda areas. Michele Gile reports.
Online Help Desk Provides COVID-19 Information For Filipino CommunityTayo, which means "us" in Tagalog, the Filipino language, is a virtual COVID-19 help desk created by a group of young leaders from Southern California's large Filipino American community with the goal of providing reliable and discreet information.
Amber Lee's Weather Forecast (Oct. 28)Temperatures warming up through the weekend.
Evacuation Orders Lifted For Blue Ridge Fire In Yorba LindaMichele Gile reports.
Anyone Who Attended Dodgers Celebration Should Quarantine, LA County Health Officials SayAnother 1,351 cases were confirmed by L.A. County, and Long Beach reported 45. Pasadena health officials reported six. The countywide total from throughout the pandemic stood at 303,420 as of Wednesday.
STEAM: Meet Creator Of Haunt'oween LAJasen Smith, the chief executive of Experiential Supply Co., used technology, art and math to transform a deserted mall parking lot into a one-of-a-kind Halloween experience.
DTLA Residents, Businesses Cleaning Up After Dodgers World Series Celebrations Turn ViolentA Foot Locker was among several downtown Los Angeles businesses which were looted or vandalized after the Dodgers clinched their first World Series in 32 years Tuesday night.
Stores Sell Out As Dodger Fans Line Up To Get World Series GearDodger fans woke up early Wednesday and lined up at Dick's Sporting Goods stores across the Southland to get their hands on World Series gear the morning after the Boys in Blue won their first title in four decades.
Glendale Police Arrest Tujunga Man On Suspicion Of EDD FraudRazmik Grigoryan, of Tujunga, was arrested Friday on suspicion of unemployment insurance fraud.
Who's Hiring: Ashley FurnitureAshley Furniture, the largest furniture manufacturer in the world, is looking to hire both part-time and full-time team members in departments ranging from receiving and assembly to sales and customer care.
COVID-19 Rapid Antibody Testing Available At Ralphs PharmaciesRalphs now offers rapid antibody testing at its 77 pharmacy locations in Southern California and the Central Coast, the company announced Wednesday. Katie Johnston reports.
Playboy Sues Fashion Nova Over Bunny Halloween CostumePlayboy Enterprises filed suit in federal court Tuesday against Fashion Nova, alleging the Los Angeles-area online apparel company is selling knock-offs of its signature bunny costume for Halloween. Curtis Silva reports.
‘Just Amazing’: High School Students Build Tiny House For Homeless Military VeteransAnother homeless military veteran will soon be off the streets thanks to some kind and talented high school students in Texas. Katie Johnston reports.
Barn Owl Rescued From Silverado FireA barn own is safe after being rescued Tuesday by some alert firefighters who were battling the Silverado Fire burning east of Irvine.

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