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LA County Passes 400,000 COVID-19 Cases, Marking Grim MilestoneGov. Newsom said that the first doses of Pfizer's COVID-19 should come to California by mid-December.
Actress Laverne Cox Target Of Transphobic Attack At Griffith ParkActress Laverne Cox took to social media over the weekend to say that she and a male friend were safe after a man attacked them at Griffith Park.
CA Supreme Court Upholds Reversal Of Kimberly Long's Murder ConvictionChris Holmstrom reports.
LA County Surpasses 400K COVID-19 Cases, Ventura Hits 20KThe coronavirus pandemic continues to surge in Southern California.
People Making A Difference: Project Angel Food Driver Brings More Than A Meal To Those In NeedFranklin Hall has been delivering meals to Angelenos with life-threatening illnesses for two years.
'I Hit My Wall': Redondo Beach Restaurant Continues Serving Diners Despite RestrictionsEat at Joes in Redondo Beach continued to offer outdoor dining for its customers Monday, despite a Los Angeles County order prohibiting the practice as COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations surge.
Orange County Hospitals Brace For Post-Thanksgiving COVID-19 SurgeAs the surge in COVID-19 cases continues in Orange County, doctors are bracing for what they're calling the "Thanksgiving effect."
Olga Ospina's Weather Forecast (Nov 30)Increased fire danger due to Santa Ana winds this week.
'The Face Mask Phenomenon': Plastic Surgeons See Sizable Increase In Patients During COVID-19 PandemicPlastic surgeons say they are seeing a sizable increase in patients and the pandemic is one of the reasons behind the surge.
Statewide COVID-19 Restrictions Loom As Case Numbers RiseHermela Aregawi reports.
Lines Return At LA County COVID Testing Sites Following Thanksgiving HolidayThe lines were long, but people waited patiently in their cars Monday at a COVID-19 testing site at Hansen Dam Recreation Center following the Thanksgiving holiday.
Fitness Trainer Tony Horton Bounces BackFor Tony Horton, life on top of the fitness world led to incredible success. But in 2017, a neurological disorder brought his career to a halt. Chris Hayre catches up with the health and wellness guru as he talks about his road back & a 2nd act to his already storied career
LA County Passes 400,000 COVID-19 Cases, Marking Grim MilestoneLos Angeles County reached a grim milestone Monday as health officials reported 5,150 new cases bringing the county's total over 400,000.
Veterans' Voices: Soldiers' AngelsPat Harvey reports.
LAUSD Working To Keep Students Connected To CommunitySuperintendent Austin Beutner focused his Monday morning briefing on highlighting the activities students are doing to stay connected. Suzanne Marques reports.
California Mandates Testing For All Health Care Workers Starting Dec. 14Nurses have been saying they can't get tested unless they get sick. Lesley Marin reports.
New Safer-At-Home Order Bans All Gatherings, Tightens Occupancy LimitsThe surging number of COVID-19 cases and deaths have prompted new guidelines that went into effect Monday. Kara Finnstrom and Tina Patel report.
Amanda Seyfried On Netflix's 'Mank': 'It Just Couldn't Get Any More Beautiful'The actor talks with CBS Local's DJ Sixsmith on The Sit-Down about her new movie Mank, what it was like to work with David Fincher and Hollywood in the 1930's.
Teacher Of The Week: Lauree Johnson-PittmanThe Los Angeles Chargers, CBS2/KCAL9 and LAUSD congratulate Lauree Johnson-Pittman from Canoga Park High School!
Student Wine Brand Partners With State’s Largest Winery To Launch New Product, Expand PhilanthropyA student-run wine brand that’s already raised over $35,000 in scholarship funds has partnered with a local winery for its latest product. Katie Johnston reports.
LA Coroner To Conduct Inquest Into Death Of Andres GuardardoThe 18-year-old was shot and killed in Gardena as he ran away from deputies last June. Suzanne Marques reports.
Nurses Protest For More Pandemic Safety In West HillsProtests are happening today both at West Hills Hospital and Los Robles Regional Medical Center. Suzanne Marques reports.
New Safe-At-Home Order Takes Effect Today In LA CountyThe new order is aimed at cutting down gatherings amid a big surge in cases of COVID-19. Kara Finnstrom and Tina Patel report.
Sky Watchers Spot 2 Lunar Events In Sunday Night SkyThe Frost Moon and a penumbral lunar eclipse was visible over Southern California. Suzanne Marques reports.

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