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Disneyland Changing Jungle Cruise Ride To Remove Negative Depictions Of Native PeopleDisneyland is making more changes and updates to some of its fan-favorite rides, this time to the world-famous Jungle Cruise. Katie Johnston reports.
Pasadena, Long Beach Immediately Give The OK To Resume Outdoor Dining, Reopen Hair SalonsThe cities of Pasadena and Long Beach immediately gave permission for restaurants to resume outdoor dining and hair and nail salons to reopen following the governor’s announcement Monday that California had lifted the regional stay-at-home order due to progress made in combatting the coronavirus.
Safari Park Gorillas Infected With COVID-19 RecoveringThis was the first known case of human-to-primate transmission of COVID-19. Pat Harvey reports.
Gov. Newsom Denies Recall Movement Influenced Lifting Of Stay-At-Home OrderNewsom called the allegation "nonsense." Chris Holmstrom reports.
Samuel L. Jackson Gets '1st Jab' Of COVID-19 VaccineThe 72-year-old 'Avengers' star got his vaccination at the Forum in Inglewood. Pat Harvey reports.
Deadly Fire At Lake Elsinore Home Under InvestigationTwo bodies were found in the back of the home after firefighters put out the flames. DeMarco Morgan reports.
Lawmakers Push For Helicopter Safety Bill On Anniversary Of Kobe Bryant CrashOne day before the anniversary of the Calabasas helicopter crash that killed Laker legend Kobe Bryant, his 13-year-old daughter Gianna and seven others, two local lawmakers again pushed for the passage of a helicopter safety bill.
Grapevine Remains Closed Tuesday Due To Snow, IceThe 5 Freeway remained shut down through the Grapevine Tuesday morning because of treacherous icy and snowy conditions.
OC Woman Charged In Husband’s Stabbing DeathAn Orange County woman is accused of stabbing her husband in what police suspect was an attempted murder-suicide. Katie Johnston reports.
Man Found Dead In Burbank Home, Homicide Investigators On SceneA homicide investigation is underway after a man was found dead in a Burbank home early Tuesday morning.
Lakers Legend 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.
Winter Storm System Brings Light Snow To FoothillsAs one storm came to an end Saturday night and an even stronger is expected to come, families in foothill communities across Southern California were happy to get a quick dusting of snow. Nicole Comstock reports.
Evelyn Taft's Weather Forecast (Jan. 25)Evelyn Taft takes a look at tonight's weather.
Santiago Carrillo, LASD Deputy Assigned To Twin Towers Correctional Facility, Dies From COVID-19A deputy with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department has died of complications related to COVID-19, the department announced Monday.
OC Business Owners Cautiously Optimistic As State Lifts Regional Stay-At-Home OrderAlthough the state order was lifted, individual counties are still able to impose stricter restrictions than the state, though Orange County CEO Frank Kim said that it is unlikely the county will adopt any more restrictive terms.
Winter Weather: Snow Shuts Down GrapevineUnstable weather brought snow, drenching rain and biting cold to the Southland Monday, creating hazardous driving conditions for drivers. Brittney Hopper reports.
Counties React After Gov. Gavin Newsom Lifts Regional Stay-At-Home OrderMost Southern California Counties say they will abide by the state's return to the tier system after Gov. Gavin Newsom Monday lifted the regional stay-at-home order.
LA County To Resume Outdoor Dining After Stay-At-Home Order Lifted; Nail Salons, Barbershops ReopenLos Angeles County will resume outdoor dining by the end of the week after the state's COVID-19 stay-at-home order was lifted, officials said Monday.
Senate Receives Article Of Impeachment Against TrumpTom Wait reports.
OC District Attorney: Convicted Murderers Conspired To Commit Massive EDD FraudTen people, including two convicted murders and four other California state prisoners, have been charged in fraudulent unemployment claim schemes that netted nearly half a million in cash, according to Orange County District Attorney Todd Spitzer.
LA County To Resume Outdoor Dining After Stay-At-Home Order LiftedLos Angeles County will resume outdoor dining by the end of the week after the state's COVID-19 stay-at-home order has been lifted, officials said Monday.
Father, Daughter Apparently Electrocuted After Coming In Contact With Downed Power LineA man and a woman have died after apparently being electrocuted by downed power lines in Panorama City early Monday. Rachel Kim reports.
$11B In Bogus Jobless Claims Paid Out Last Year In CaliforniaCalifornia paid out $11 billion in bogus jobless claims last year and investigators are looking into possible fraud involving $20 billion more, authorities said Monday.
Over $100K Raised To Support Furloughed Musso & Frank EmployeesLoyal patrons of Hollywood's famed Musso & Frank Grill have donated more than $100,000 to help the still-shuttered restaurant's employees during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the owners announced Monday.

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