Mayor Garcetti Friday extended relaxed parking enforcement across the City of Los Angeles until Oct. 1 in efforts to make it easier to stay home when possible.

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Garcetti Extends Relaxed Parking Enforcement In LA Through October 1Mayor Garcetti Friday extended relaxed parking enforcement across the City of Los Angeles until Oct. 1 in efforts to make it easier to stay home when possible.
Evelyn Taft's Weather Forecast (Aug. 14)Evelyn Taft takes a look at tonight's weather.
Azusa Police: Ranch Fire Started By Arson, Search For Suspect ContinuesThe Azusa Police Department Friday said it was searching for a man wanted in connection connection with the Ranch Fire, which has burned roughly 1,500 acres since it started Thursday afternoon.
Shark Euthanized After Coming Onto Newport Beach Shore With InjuriesThe 3- to 4-foot thresher shark appeared to have injuries consistent with being hit by a boat propeller and was later euthanized by animal control officials. Stacey Butler reports.
Business Booming At Local Pizzerias Even As Cheese, Pepperoni Harder To Come ByIn the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, there have been shortages of toilet paper, hand sanitizer and coins, but now some pizza places are reporting a shortage of pepperoni.
Obesity-Linked Coronavirus Death Rates Impacts Men And Women Differently, Study SaysNew research is showing that coronavirus has proven to be deadlier among overweight men than men. Kandiss Crone reports.
Lake Fire Continues To Burn As It Approaches 20,000 AcresThe Lake Fire in the Lake Hughes area continued to burn throughout Friday night and was at 17,482 acres and 12% containment. Nicole Comstock reports.
UCLA Climate Scientist: Possible Heat Wave Could Be Worst Area Has Seen In A DecadeA statewide flex alert has been issued for Friday, when a stretch of hot weather is forecast to begin across Southern California — a potential heat wave that at least one climate scientist said could be the worst the region has seen in a decade.
Coronavirus Hospitalizations Continue Decline, Case Counts Continue To IncreaseCoronavirus hospitalizations across the Southland continued their decline from a peak last month, even though case counts and deaths continue to increase.
South Pasadena Goes Dark As Rolling Blackouts OrderedThe California Independent System Operator Friday declared a statewide Stage 3 Electrical Emergency due to high heat and increased electricity demand — initiating rotating outages throughout the state.
Cal ISO Issues Stage 3 Emergency Notice, Rolling Blackouts UnderwayThe California Independent System Operator Friday declared a statewide Stage 3 Electrical Emergency due to high heat and increased electricity demand — initiating rotating outages throughout the state — for the first time since 2001.
Newport Beach Man Charged After Waving Gun Near Black Lives Matter ProtestersA Newport Beach man has been charged with two misdemeanors for waving a loaded gun at Black Lives Matter protestors while screaming racial slurs during a Newport Beach protest in June.
South LA Woman Charged With Killing 4-Year-Old DaughterA South LA woman was charged Friday with beating her 4-year-old daughter to death.
Beachgoers Attempt To Practice Safety Protocols At OC Beaches As Temperatures SoarWith scorching temperatures across the Southland, many are grabbing their towels and heading for the beach while trying to practice socail distancing and follow face mask orders.
US Postal Service Warns California, 45 Other States On Mail BallotsThe U.S. Postal Service has warned California and 45 states and the District of Columbia it cannot guarantee all ballots cast by mail for the November election will arrive in time.
Shark Euthanized After Coming Onto Newport Beach Shore With InjuriesA thresher shark had to be euthanized Friday after coming onto shore with possible boat propeller injuries.
Hoop Bus Touring Country Fighting for Racial EqualityThe Hoop Bus is rolling across the country, headed to our nation's capital for the March on Washington later in this month. Though it may seem like a fun sports gimmick, the bus has a much deeper meaning as Kristin Smith found out
New Evacuations Ordered As Lake Fire Flares Back UpThe latest evacuations are for north of Avenue D/Highway 138, south of Avenue A, west of 150th Street and east of 200th Street West.
Laid Off Workers Protest Outside Lynwood Hospital Claiming New Ownership Is Compromising Patient CareLaid off hospital workers protested outside St. Francis Medical Center Friday, accusing the hospital's new owner of replacing veteran workers with inexperienced ones and jeopardizing patient safety in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
Smoke Advisory Issued For SoCal As Brush Fires Continue To Burn In Castaic, AzusaThe South Coast Air Quality Management District has issued a smoke advisory due to the fires burning in Azusa and Castaic.
Beverly Hills Man Charged With 6 Counts Of Rape, Sexual Assault May Have Hurt Other WomenA Beverly Hills man has been arrested in several sexual assaults since 2017, and police say he may have more victims.
Residents Allowed To Return Home As Firefighters Make Progress On Ranch Fire Near AzusaEvacuation orders were lifted late Thursday night for the 2,500-acre Ranch Fire burning in the San Gabriel Mountains in the Angeles National Forest north of Azusa, but a hot spell forecast for the weekend was creating challenges for firefighters Friday.
Evacuations Still In Place As Stubborn Lake Fire Burns Near Lake HughesFirefighters Friday continued to contend with the 11,000-acre wildfire burning near Lake Hughes which has destroyed several homes and forced dozens of people to flee.
Ranch Fire Now At 2,500 Acres As Crews Deal With High TemperaturesEvacuation orders were lifted late Thursday night for the 2,500-acre Ranch Fire burning in the San Gabriel Mountains in the Angeles National Forest north of Azusa.

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