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Help Needed To Find 1969 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am That Was Being Stored In Trailer In Los Angeles Tow YardPolice need help Friday tracking down a 1969 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am drag race car that was stolen in its trailer from a tow yard. Katie Johnston reports.
Massive Dual Quakes Rock New Zealand; No Tsunami Threat To Southern CaliforniaA pair of strong earthquakes that struck Thursday off the coast of New Zealand did not post any tsunami threat to Southern California, authorities said.
3 Face Drug Charges After Honey Oil Lab Explodes In Riverside ApartmentThree people face several drug-related charges Friday after a honey oil lab exploded inside a Riverside apartment. Katie Johnston reports.
COVID Vaccine Event Held For Seniors In City Of CoronaThe city of Corona teamed up with Riverside County to offer seniors a a chance to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
FBI-LAPD Joint Investigation Seizes $112 Million Worth Of DrugsA whopping 1,500 pounds of drugs were seized from an unnamed location in Paramount, according to the FBI. Juan Fernandez reports.
Cleanup Underway After Train Derailment In LudlowSomehow the derailment of at least 25 railcars didn't injure anyone. Jasmine Viel reports.
Search Continues For 2 Missing Kern County ToddlersOrrin and Orson West disappeared from their California City home more than two months ago. Jasmine Viel reports.
OC Sheriff's Employee Suspended In Capitol Riot-Related InvestigationAn Orange County Sheriff's Department employee has been placed on administrative leave pending an internal investigation after attending the rally that preceded the Capitol riot on Jan. 6. Katie Johnston reports.
New Mobile COVID Vaccine Unit Comes To Southeast LA FridayA new COVID-19 mobile vaccine unit will launch Friday in Southeast Los Angeles as part of an effort to vaccinate the hardest-hit areas of L.A. County.
Woman Shot During Brazen Daylight Robbery At Beverly Hills RestaurantA woman was shot Thursday afternoon during an armed robbery attempt at an upscale restaurant in Beverly Hills. Kara Finnstrom reports.
Woman Killed In Collision At South LA IntersectionA driver was struck and killed in a collision in South Los Angeles early Friday morning.
Family Of Man Who Disappeared 28 Years Ago Holding Out Hope For JusticeAustin Jay Smith, a 23-year-old aspiring accountant, walked out of his El Monte home on the night of March 23, 1993 for a meeting with his former boss. That was the last time his family saw him.
Deadly Crash Shuts Down All I-5 Northbound Lanes Near CommerceAll lanes of the northbound 5 Freeway just south of Terra Bella Street near Pacoima are blocked due to a traffic collision that killed a pedestrian, according to the California Highway Patrol, which has issued a SigAlert.
Driver Speeds Away After Hitting, Killing Woman On Topanga RoadwayThe search is underway for a driver who struck and killed a woman who was walking on the shoulder of Topanga Canyon Boulevard Wednesday night.
Olga Ospina's Weather Forecast (March 4)Olga Ospina takes a look at tonight's weather.
Movement Starts To Stop Hate Crimes Towards Asians As Incidents Surge In Southern CaliforniaPeople from Los Angeles to Orange County are coming together to bring awareness to a surge in hate crimes and racist incidents against Asian-Americans. 
Woman Shot In Robbery Targeting Owner Of Beverly Hills Jewelry StoreA woman was shot Thursday afternoon in an apparent robbery attempt at an upscale restaurant in Beverly Hills.
New COVID Vaccine Site Opening At USC, City Working To Get Doses To Homebound ResidentsMayor Eric Garcetti Thursday announced that a new Los Angeles city-run site will open next week at the University of Southern California.
Senate Votes To Kick Off Marathon Debate Over $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief BillThe Senate voted to proceed to debate over President Biden's $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package on Thursday, kicking off a flurry of activity aimed at getting a final bill to the president's desk before several key relief programs expire on March 14.
Family Of Marine Corps Veteran Fatally Shot By CHP Officer Files $15M Claim Against StateThe family of a man fatally shot last month by California Highway Patrol officers has filed a multi-million dollar claim against the state.
Orange County Reaches Grim Milestone, Surpasses 4,000 COVID-19 DeathsDespite continuing good news on COVID-19 statistics, Orange County reached one unfortunate milestone Thursday when its coronavirus death toll surpassed the 4,000 mark.
CA Updates Face Mask Guidance, Joins CDC In Suggesting Double-MaskingFollowing the lead of federal health authorities, California officials Thursday urged residents in the Southland and across the state to consider wearing two masks to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
'One Word Can Make The Difference': Locals Talk Pet Peeves On National Grammar DayDo you know the difference between they're, there and their? What about when to use it's versus its? If you still struggle knowing when you use who or whom, you're not alone.
People Making A Difference: Mobile Groomer, Local Rescue Team Up To Get Dogs AdoptedBarkbus, a mobile grooming service, has teamed up with a West Hills rescue in an effort to give pups a better chance at finding a forever home.

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