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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.
DEA Warns Of Aggressive Scammers Texting Fake FBI Badges To Extort Money, Steal Personal InformationThe Drug Enforcement Administration issued a warning Thursday of callers impersonating agents to extort money or steal personal information from people.
Granada Hills Junk House: 'Hoarders' TV Show, City, LAPD Get Involved As Junk Remains Piled In Yard Of Granada Hills HomeNeighbors have been trying to get the city to force the owner of a home in Granada Hills to clean up their yard for nearly three years, but to no avail. Now, the city, the Los Angeles Police Department, and even the television show "Hoarders," have gotten involved.
Movement Started To Stop Hate Crimes Towards Asians As LA Sees 114% IncreaseA movement called "Asians With Attitudes" is aimed at uniting all Asians and allies to stand up and fight back against a surge in racism and hate crimes.
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.
State Prioritizing COVID Vaccine Distribution To Most Vulnerable CommunitiesCalifornia has announced a new COVID-19 vaccination strategy in an effort to rein in the pandemic and get businesses and schools reopened.
Natural History Museum’s Butterfly Pavilion Reopens To The Public On March 18The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County will reopen its Butterfly Pavilion and outdoor gardens to the public on March 18 for the spring and summer seasons. Katie Johnston reports.
San Diego Woman Sues GoFundMe Campaign Creator Over Starbucks Barista FundraiserA woman has filed a lawsuit again the creator of a GoFundMe campaign that raised tens of thousands of dollars for a Starbucks barista in San Diego who went viral after asking her to mask up.
Driver Killed In Fiery Wreck On 60 Freeway In Hacienda Heights Despite 'Heroic' Efforts Of Good SamaritanOne driver was killed and a second injured in a fiery crash on the 60 Freeway in Hacienda Heights Thursday morning that may have been caused by speeding. Kara Finnstrom reports.
19-Year-Old Stabbed To Death At River-Bottom Party Attended By ThousandsA 19-year-old Riverside man was fatally stabbed at a river-bottom party in Riverside that police say was attended by thousands of people. Katie Johnston reports.
Dozens Of Railcars Left Scattered On Ludlow-Area Tracks After Train DerailmentCleanup continues Thursday after a train derailed near Ludlow, leaving railcars scattered all over the tracks. Katie Johnston reports.
Universal Studios To Reopen Park, But Rides Remain ClosedUniversal Studios announced Thursday that it is reopening its park to the public, but in a limited format. Katie Johnston reports.
West Valley Animal Shelter To Reopen On March 15 After Closing Due To PandemicThe West Valley Animal Shelter is set to reopen on March 15 after temporarily closing last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Los Angeles officials said Wednesday. Katie Johnston reports.
One Killed In 60 Freeway Wreck In Hacienda HeightsOne person was killed in a crash on the eastbound 60 Freeway in Hacienda Heights Thursday morning.
New Streaming Service Paramount Plus Launches WednesdayThe new streaming service Paramount Plus launched Wednesday. It will feature a bevy of content, including movies from Paramount, shows from CBS, cartoons from Nickelodeon, live sports and news, and more from Comedy Central, MTV, BET and the Smithsonian Channel.
Driver Speeds Away After Hitting, Killing Woman On Topanga RoadwayThe search is underway for a driver who struck and killed a woman in Topanga Wednesday night.
Driver Slams Into Homeless Encampment In BrentwoodThree people suffered minor injuries after an SUV crashed into a homeless encampment in Brentwood while people were asleep inside it early Thursday morning.
Local Columnist Weighs In On Harry And Meghan's Move To MontecitoThe Duke and Duchess of Sussex left behind palaces and castles in exchange for casual California. But what kind of reception can they expect in Montecito?
Evelyn Taft's Weather Forecast (March 3)Evelyn Taft takes a look at tonight's weather.
'They Suffered': Higher Demand For Pets Leads To Increase In Backyard Breeders Selling Sick DogsPet sales and adoptions are at an all-time high with more people staying home due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but that demand has led to an increase in backyard breeders.
Mid-City Man Tries To Evict Tenant, Finds He's Accused Of Stealing Nearly $2K From Georgia CharityA Mid-City property manager got more than he bargained for when he decided to help a man he thought was down on his luck.

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