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Earth Day: Is Carbon Removal The Future Of Combatting Climate Change?The idea of removing carbon from the atmosphere by sucking emissions from the air and storing them underground has been pushed aside for years, but some scientists and government officials say the moment to break out the giant vacuums has arrived.
Migrant Children Begin Arriving At Long Beach Shelter ThursdayMigrant children were beginning to arrive in Long Beach Thursday, where they will be housed at the city’s convention center.
DEA To Hold National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day This SaturdayThe Drug Enforcement Administration will hold its semiannual National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day on Saturday at numerous locations in the Southland and throughout the country. Katie Johnston reports.
Murder Charge Against Kimberly Long DismissedThe Riverside County District Attorney's Office dismissed the charge against Kimberly Long and won't seek a retrial in her case. Amy Johnson reports.
UCLA Engineering Team Wins $7.5M Prize For Developing Eco-Friendly Concrete That Absorbs Carbon DioxideA group of UCLA engineers were awarded the $7.5 million NRG COSIA Carbon XPrize for creating a near carbon dioxide-neutral version of concrete. Katie Johnston reports.
Amber Lee's Weather Forecast (April 22)A high of 62 for the beaches and 69 for the valleys Thursday.
Village Of Tiny Homes Opens In North HollywoodThe development's opening comes as a judge has ordered the city of Los Angeles to clear Skid Row and provide homes for its residents. Tina Patel reports.
Historic: NASA Rover Produces Oxygen On Surface Of MarsNASA’s Perseverance rover has made history yet again, extracting oxygen from the atmosphere of Mars, the first time oxygen has ever been artificially produced on another planet.
Migrant Children To Begin Arriving At Long Beach Shelter ThursdayMigrant children were expected to begin arriving in Long Beach as early as Thursday, where they will be housed at the city’s convention center.
Hate Crime Charges Filed Against Michael Vivona In Attack On Elderly Korean Couple At Grijalva Park In OrangeA 26-year-old man was charged with multiple hate crimes after punching an elderly Asian couple as they took a walk and a verbal attack on Japanese American Olympic karate athlete, Sakura Kokumai, all at the same park in Orange. Katie Johnston reports.
Woman Hurt After Car Slams Into Hydrant, Creates GeyserA driver was taken to the hospital after she slammed her car into a fire hydrant, sending water gushing hundreds of feet into the air.
Glendale Library, Arts & Culture Reopens 3 Libraries For Public AccessGlendale Library, Arts & Culture has reopened three library locations following modified safety guidelines from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health. Katie Johnston reports.
Senate Prepares To Vote On Anti-Asian Hate BillThe bill is supposed to address anti-Asian hate crimes by allowing the Justice Department to respond to them faster. Suzanne Marques reports.
Social Distancing Not Required: Dodgers Offer ‘Fully Vaccinated Fan Section’ For Saturday's GameThe Los Angeles Dodgers are giving their newly inoculated fans special access this Saturday. Katie Johnston reports.
Father Of Kristin Smart Murder Suspect Released From Jail After Posting BailThe father of the man charged with murder in the 1996 San Luis Obispo disappearance of 19-year-old Kristin Smart was released from jail late Wednesday night after posting reduced bail.
Car Slams Into Hydrant In Bell, Creates Massive GeyserA car crashed into a fire hydrant in Bell Thursday morning, creating a geyser which sent water streaming hundreds of feet into the air.
2 Arrested After East LA PursuitTwo suspects were arrested after a pursuit of stolen car on 710 Freeway in East L.A. The suspects were captured at gunpoint after a foot chase.
Edward Ayans Arrested On Suspicion Of Raping, Beating Elderly Woman In MoorparkA 49-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after allegedly attacking a 76-year-old woman in her Moorpark home.
Dodger a Day Artist Gets Exhibit2020 gave Eduardo Gomez an opportunity he couldn't pass up. Draw a Dodger a day until Opening Day and hopefully turn that into something fans can cherish forever. He did just that and 119 drawings later he has his own exhibit for all of LA to see. Chris Hayre caught up with Eduardo nearly a year after their first meeting
Evelyn Taft's Weather Forecast (April 21)Evelyn Taft takes a look at tonight's weather.
Judge Orders LA To Offer Shelter To All Unhoused Skid Row Residents By OctoberA federal judge Tuesday ordered the city and county of Los Angeles to offer housing to the entire unhoused population of Skid Row by October.
LeBron James Deletes Tweet Saying It Was 'Being Used To Create More Hate'In the since-deleted tweet, James wrote, "YOU'RE NEXT #ACCOUNTABILITY," in an apparent reference to the consequences faced by Chauvin, who has been convicted of murdering George Floyd last May.
'This Is The Time To Transition': LAUSD Supt. Austin Beutner To Step Down When His Contract Ends In JuneLos Angeles Unified School District Supt. Austin Beutner announced Wednesday he will be stepping down from his position when his contract expires on June 30.
Exclusive: Reseda Family Finds Noose On Backyard Tree, Police Investigating Incident As Hate CrimeA family in Reseda called the Los Angeles Police Department to investigate a possible hate crime after they discovered a noose hanging from a tree in their backyard.