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Gascón Drops Bid For Death Penalty In Killing Of 10-Year-Old Anthony AvalosThe Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office has dropped its bid for the death penalty against a Lancaster mother and her boyfriend charged in the death of her 10-year-old son, a prosecutor told a judge Thursday.
People Making A Difference: The Knitting MachineCecile Nohadani, 90, has spun her love of knitting into a gift for service members. Her daughter Leila Colgan says that for the last 20 years Nohadani has been turning out at least 10 scarves a week and insists on covering all the costs.
Detectives Search For 2 Men Who Followed Teen Girl In Rancho Santa MargaritaInvestigators are asking for the public's help in finding two men who followed a 15-year-old girl in Rancho Santa Margarita Tuesday afternoon.
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Brush Fire Burns Next To 105 Freeway In HawthorneA brush fire sparked along the Freeway in Hawthorne Thursday evening.
OC Mass COVID Vaccination Sites Closing In JuneThe mass COVID-19 vaccination sites at the Anaheim Convention Center, the OC Fair & Event Center, Soka University and Santa Ana College will close June 6.
Angels Release Albert PujolsJim Hill examines Albert Pujols history with the Angels
Police Pursuit Ends In Standoff In North Hollywood; Suspect Spotted Making Phone Call On RoofA robbery suspect has surrendered after leading police in a pursuit, then trying to lose them by jumping walls and roofs in North Hollywood.
Knottsberry Farm ReopeningTina Patel interviews season-pass holders enjoying the theme park before it's official reopening.
Police Break Up Large Party At Tarzana Home Of Singer Chris BrownA massive birthday party at the Tarzana home of singer Chris Brown was broken up by police early Thursday morning.
Hollywood’s Legendary Musso & Frank Reopens After Nearly Year-Long ClosureThe landmark Hollywood restaurant Musso & Frank Grill will reopen Thursday for the first time since being shuttered last summer because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Police Pursuit Ends In Standoff In North Hollywood; Suspect Spotted Making Phone Call On RoofA robbery suspect has surrendered after leading police in a pursuit, then trying to lose them by jumping walls and roofs in North Hollywood.
Armed Suspect Barricaded Inside Porter Ranch HomeA reportedly armed suspect is barricaded inside a Porter Ranch home, LAPD officials said Thursday.
LA Metro Relaunches Electric Bike Share Stations Throughout WestsideThe Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority announced Thursday it relaunched its electric bike share program on the Westside.
Suspect Barricaded Inside Porter Ranch HomeA SWAT team is on its way to the scene. Amy Johnson reports.
Honda Treats Nurses To Free Gas Near SoCal HospitalsThursday is National Nurses Day. DeMarco Morgan reports.
String Of Starlink Satellites Spotted Across Southern California OvernightIt wasn’t the aliens – that string of lights that were visible over Southern California were a string of SpaceX’s Starlink satellites. Katie Johnston reports.
LAUSD Unveils Its First Electric School BusThe district recently ordered 10 new electric school buses, and lawmakers are working to make electric school buses part of the federal government's larger infrastructure plan. DeMarco Morgan reports.
Even With LA County In The Yellow Tier, Businesses Face ChallengesRestaurants and bars are finding that people still don't feel comfortable dining indoors, and they are having trouble hiring enough people to accommodate the customers who do come in. Kara Finnstrom reports.
Robbery Suspect Surrenders After Car Chase, Standoff In North HollywoodBefore he surrendered, the suspect appeared to take a break on a block wall so he could make phone calls and smoke a cigarette. Amy Johnson reports.
Sneak Peek: Rose Parade Organizers Release First Renderings Of 2022 FloatsAfter having to cancel the 2021 Rose Parade for the first time in 75 years, the parade’s organizers say they are excited to give a sneak peek Thursday at some of the floats that will be part of the 2022 parade. Katie Johnston reports.

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