Tiger Woods Recovering From Crash As Fans Reflect On His Educational Facility, LegacyStarted nearly 25 years ago, TGR Learning Lab has helped two million students with after school programs, college scholarships and even golf careers. Stacey Butler reports.
Want More For The Money? Real Estate Agent Says Look To The Inland EmpireDave Clark, a real estate agent with Keller Williams Corona, says homes are flying off the market so fast they only stay up for a few days. Right now, he has 75 homes on the market. But, he says, he normally has four times as many.
Golf Great Tiger Woods Hospitalized, Recovering After Rollover Crash Near Rancho Palos VerdesTiger Woods, one of the world's most iconic athletes, suffered major leg injuries Tuesday morning in a single-vehicle crash near Rancho Palos Verdes. The crash was reported just after 7 a.m. when sheriff's officials responded to a rollover traffic collision on the border of Rolling Hills Estates and the Rancho Palos Verdes, according to an LASD statement. Lesley Marin reports.
Tiger Woods 'Responsive And Recovering' After Suffering Serious Leg, Ankle Injuries In Rollover CrashTiger Woods, one of the world's most iconic athletes, suffered major leg injuries Tuesday morning in a single-vehicle crash near Rancho Palos Verdes. According to a statement, he was "awake, responsive and recovering" at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center. Chris Holmstrom reports.
Ex-Officials Blame Intelligence Failure, Red Tape For Botched Response To Capitol AttackTop security officials who were responsible for protecting the Capitol during the January 6 attack on the complex faced lawmakers for the first time on Tuesday, revealing new details about the intelligence leading up to the assault and the frenzy to respond as the chaos unfolded.
LA County Surpasses 20K COVID-19 Deaths; Test Positivity Rate Falls to 5.1%The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health Tuesday reported 2,091 newly confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 157 deaths, bringing countywide totals to 1,183,378 cases and 20,057 deaths.
Local School Districts Improving Air Filtration As More Campuses Allowed To ReopenAs part of the pathway to reopening school buildings for in-person learning, Los Angeles Unified School District and others said they have upgraded their air filtration systems.
LA County Adopts Ordinance Requiring $5 Hero Pay For Grocery WorkersThe Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted 4-1 Tuesday to adopt an ordinance requiring national grocery and drug retail employers in unincorporated areas of the county to pay workers an additional $5 per hour in hazard pay for the next 120 days.
Resident Describes Street Tiger Woods Crashed On As Steep, Hard On Vehicle BrakesNeighbor Dave Olsen told Jeff Nguyen that residents of Rancho Palos Verdes and Rolling Hills Estates is hard on drivers' brakes, and that the crash impact was probably heard by neighbors in the area.
Neighbor: Road Tiger Woods Crashed On Steep, Turns Sharply For Unsuspecting DriversDave Olsen talked to Jeff Nguyen about the hazards of the road that golf legend Tiger Woods crashed on.
Sheriff's Official: Speed A Possible Factor In Tiger Woods CrashA lieutenant with the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department told KCAL 9's Jasmine Viel the golf star was conscious when he was extricated from his crashed vehicle, and was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
Reports: Tiger Woods Was In Town For Genesis Invitational Prior To CrashThe golf star was not playing because he was still recovering from back surgery. Jasmine Viel reports.
Organizer Of Good Samaritan Effort To Protect Asian American Family Is Threatened With Possible Defamation LawsuitThe family has finally gotten to have some peaceful nights with the outpouring of support from neighbors, but now some parents of the teens are threatening to sue the organizer for posting one of the alleged harassment incidents on social media as captured on home surveillance video. Stacey Butler reports.
Los Angeles County Continuing Vaccinations Efforts Despite Ongoing ShortagesDespite ongoing COVID-19 vaccine shortages, both the city and county of Los Angeles are continuing to move forward with their vaccination programs.
Spectrum Says Internet Service Restored After Hours-Long OutageSpectrum said it had fixed an unspecified problem that left many people around Los Angeles without internet Monday night.
SUV Crashes Into Preschool In Saugus; No Major Injuries ReportedThree children were transported to the hospital as a precaution Monday after a car crashed into a preschool in Saugus. Chris Holmstrom reports.
Crowd Gathers, Driver Arrested After Pursuit Ends In South LAA driver who led police on a pursuit through the South Los Angeles area Monday was taken into custody without incident.
Biden Commemorates 500,000 U.S. Lives Lost To COVID-19Hours after the U.S. crossed the threshold of 500,000 deaths from COVID-19, President Joe Biden commemorated the lives lost over the past year on Monday night. No other country has lost more lives to the yearlong pandemic than the U.S.
Beloved West Covina Nurse Known As 'Mama Amy' Dies From COVID-19 ComplicationsFor nearly 30 years, Amelia Agbigay Baclig, known as "Mama Amy," cared for patients at Queen of the Valley Hospital in West Covina. But last month, the night nurse died from complications of COVID-19.
Students Prepare To Return To School In Santa ClaritaSome parents and students in Los Angeles County are excited for a return to school after nearly a year of online learning.
Locals React To United Airlines Midair Engine ExplosionPassengers settling back into airplane seats and starting to relax on the way to Hawaii were terrified when a huge explosion and flash of light interrupted an in-flight announcement.
Newsom Tours New Mobile Vaccination Site In InglewoodGovernor Gavin Newsom toured a new mobile vaccination site Sunday at Faithful Central Bible Church in Inglewood.
High School Sports Allowed To Resume As COVID-19 Case Rates Decline In CaliforniaHigh school sports can now resume, even if their home counties remain in the purple, or widespread, tier of reopening, under new guidelines released by the California Department of Public Health.
One Million COVID Vaccines Backed Up Due To Severe Weather, Dodger Stadium Still ClosedMore than one million COVID-19 vaccine deliveries are backed up due to severe weather in parts of the country.

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