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LA Marathon Rescheduled For FallThe 2021 Los Angeles Marathon, originally scheduled for March 21 and subsequently postponed to May 23, has again been rescheduled due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
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Southwest Airlines Bans Emotional Support Animals From Their FlightsSouthwest Airlines has joined American, United, and Delta Airlines in banning emotional support animals from their flights starting March 1.
Relief, Continued Worry As The State Lifts Stay-At-Home OrdersAs people around Southern California have gotten their hair styled and cut in creative ways since the pandemic shut down indoor salons, announcements that some restrictions are now lifted came as exciting but surprising news for business owners. Rachel Kim reports.
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Honoring The Black MambaToday marks one year since the tragic death of NBA legend Kobe Bryant, and eight others who were aboard the helicopter. Chris Holmstrom reports.
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Jane Fonda To Receive Cecil B. DeMille Award At Golden GlobesActress Jane Fonda will receive the Hollywood Foreign Press Association's Cecil B. DeMille Award which honors an individual for their lasting impact on the film industry.
Guitar Center Unveils Mural Of Eddie Van Halen On What Would Be His 66th BirthdayA mural of Eddie Van Halen now adorns the back wall of Guitar Center's flagship Hollywood location on the Sunset Strip, the store announced Tuesday, on the late musician's 66th birthday.
Millions Of Californians May Have To Repay Unemployment Benefits Due To EDD FailuresAn independent audit has found that poor planning and ineffective management led to massive failures within California's unemployment system.
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Episode 7: The California Supreme CourtThis episode, two years in the making, reveals the California Supreme Court’s unanimous ruling. You'll witness Kimberly’s reaction when she learns if California’s high court will send her back to prison or remove her conviction. In this dramatic episode, we are giving you a chance to hear and see it unfold in a special video presentation... and find out why this is not the final chapter in Kimberly’s story.
Environmental Custodians Among Unsung Heroes Who Work Behind The Scenes To Protect Hospital Staff, Patients During PandemicWe’ve seen the stories of doctors and nurses and other frontline workers combating the pandemic for months now, but there are many “unsung heroes” who protect staff and patients behind the scenes. Katie Johnston reports.
Jane Fonda To Receive Cecil B. DeMille Award At Golden GlobesActress Jane Fonda will receive the Hollywood Foreign Press Association's Cecil B. DeMille Award which honors an individual for their lasting impact on the film industry. Katie Johnston reports.
U.S. Faces Growing Shortage Of Pharmacists, Nurses As Pandemic Rages OnThe United States faces a growing shortage of medical workers as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread across the country. Katie Johnston reports.
Man Shot, Killed In Possible Home Invasion Robbery At Burbank ApartmentA man was shot and killed during what may have been a robbery at a Burbank apartment early Tuesday morning.
Lakers Icon Kobe Bryant, Daughter Gianna Remembered On One-Year Anniversary Of Tragic CrashTuesday marks exactly one year since the devastating helicopter crash which claimed the lives of Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant, his 13-year-old daughter Gianna and seven others. Tina Patel reports.

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