Gov. Newsom Praises Farm Workers In Coachella ValleyWhile visiting a vaccine clinic in the Coachella Valley, Gov. Newsom took time to praise the farm workers who have been providing food without interruption during the pandemic. Amy Johnson reports.
LAUSD Planning Large-Scale Vaccine Site At SoFi Stadium For All LA County TeachersThe Los Angeles Unified School District is planning to open a new COVID-19 vaccine super site at SoFi Stadium that would serve as a vaccination point for all teachers in L.A. County. Kara Finnstrom reports.
Hate Crimes Against Asian Americans Continue To Be On The Rise During PandemicSince the pandemic began, Asian American hate incidents in California have risen by 115% in Los Angeles County, 150% in San Jose, and 200% in Orange County, studies show. Stacey Butler reports.
25-Year-Old Arrested On Suspicion Of DUI After Crashing Into Simi Valley HomeA 25-year-old was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of driving under the influence after crashing his vehicle into a home in the 700 block of Ventura Avenue in Simi Valley.
LA County Elementary Schools Get Green Light To Reopen, But LAUSD Says It Won't Open Campuses Until Staff VaccinatedLAUSD said it would not be reopening its campuses for in-person instruction just yet. Lesley Marin reports.
Garbage Truck Driver Arrested In Connection With Deadly 2019 Sandalwood FireAntonio Ornelas-Velazquez was arrested Saturday on two counts of involuntary manslaughter and one count of unlawfully causing a fire that causes great bodily injury.
LAUSD Board Votes To Cut School Police Force, Divert Funds To Black Student Achievement PlanThe Los Angeles Unified School District Board of Education Tuesday voted to cut 133 positions from the L.A. School Police Department, ban the use of pepper spray on students and divert $25 million in funding cut from the department to better support Black students.
FEMA-Run COVID Vaccine Super Site Serving Hard-Hit Community Opens At Cal State LAOne of the major goals of the site is to distribute vaccines more quickly and equitably to communities of color who have been hard-hit by the virus. The site will offer vaccines for both drive-thru and walk-up appointments. It will also deploy a mobile clinic that will visit local community centers and schools.
Trump Unloads On 'Dour, Sullen And Unsmiling' McConnellFormer President Trump unloaded on Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell in a lengthy statement Tuesday, after McConnell voted no on impeaching the former president but held him "practically and morally responsible" for the assault on the Capitol on Jan. 6.
FBI Arrests Orange County Suspect In US Capitol InsurrectionFederal officials on Tuesday morning made an arrest in Costa Mesa of a man accused in the attack on the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6. Michele Gile reports.
LA Sheriff's Deputies Shoot At Allegedly Armed PersonDeputies with the Los Angles County Sheriff's Department Tuesday shot at an allegedly armed person in the City of Industry.
Pursuit Of Suspected Stolen Vehicle Ends In Del Rey With Driver In CustodyA police pursuit of an allegedly stolen vehicle ended Tuesday evening with the driver in custody.
Cedars-Sinai: Women Have Lower Normal Blood Pressure Range Than MenA study at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center found that women have a lower normal blood pressure range than men.
Conception Dive Boat Captain Pleads Not Guilty To Seaman's Manslaughter ChargesJerry Nehl Boylan, 67, of Santa Barbara, is facing 34 counts of seaman's manslaughter in connection with the deadly Sept. 2, 2019, fire aboard the Conception that killed 33 passengers and one crew member.
3 Arrested In Fatal Beating Of Long Beach Man In West HollywoodThe Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department said 23-year-old Neko Denson, 27-year-old Natali Gonzalez and 29-year-old Krissie Morales were taken into custody Monday afternoon on suspicion of murder.
Calls For Accountability Grow After LAPD Officers Allegedly Shared Image Mocking George FloydCommunity activist Najee Ali read a statement Monday from the attorney for George Floyd's family in reaction to reports of a photo of the slain Black man with the words, "You take my breath away," in a Valentine-like format being circulated by Los Angeles Police Department employees.
Local Bar, Restaurant Owners Feel They Have Been Vilified By Health Inspectors During PandemicBravery Brewing owner Brian Avary spoke out Monday about a video that showed the moment a Los Angeles County health inspector tried to shut down his Lancaster brewery.
Residents Moving Out Of Los Angeles Metro Area To Inland Empire, Causing Rents To SkyrocketThere has been a movement of residents from Los Angeles Metro to the Inland Empire so people can get more bang for their buck, but because of this trend, rents are drastically rising in the I.E. Nicole Comstock reports.
Garbage Truck Driver Arrested In Connection With Deadly 2019 Sandalwood FireAn arrest has been made in the deadly 2019 Sandalwood Fire, which burned more than 1,000 acres in Riverside, Cal Fire Riverside announced Monday.
Caught On Camera: Police Searching For Robbers Targeting Shoppers In Melrose AreaThe Los Angeles Police Department is searching for two men who are suspects in a series of armed robberies along Melrose Avenue. Stacey Butler reports.
San Bernardino County Reports 325 New COVID-19 Cases, 26 DeathsSan Bernardino County Monday reported 325 newly confirmed COVID-19 cases and 26 deaths, bringing countywide totals to 282,494 cases and 2,418 deaths.
10-Year-Old Pasadena Boy Shot, Critically Wounded While Playing In YardThe shooting occurred in the 300 block of Parke Street at about 3 p.m. Pasadena police officers responded to reports of multiple gunshots to find that a boy, identified by the family as Mario Gabriel Ramirez, had been struck several times.
Fallout From Trump's Impeachment Trial ContinuesIn the days following former President Donald Trump's second acquittal, he emerged from his Palm Springs home to drive by a rally held by his supporters while House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called for an independent commission to investigate the security failures of the Jan. 6 assault on the Capitol.
Supervisor Hahn Says Schools Can Reopen, LAUSD Says It Will Not Open Campuses Until Staff VaccinatedLos Angeles County Supervisor Janice Hahn Monday said the county had "officially reached the state's threshold for reopening elementary schools," but Los Angeles Unified said its campuses would not reopen until all staff was vaccinated.

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