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Gift Of A Towel Raises Spirits For Those Experiencing HomelessnessIn difficult times, sometimes it is the little things that make the biggest difference. Sandra Mitchell reports.
After 75 Years, Landmark Restaurant Nate 'N Al's Closing Its Doors ... For NowAfter 75 years, landmark restaurant Nate N' Al's in Beverly Hills will be closing its doors for the foreseeable future. Joy Benedict reports.
COVID-19: The Latest In Numbers Of Confirmed CasesHospitals across the nation are making preparations for a surge in COVID-19 cases. Here's the latest. Amy Johnson reports.
Alex Biston's Weather Forecast (March 29)A nice warm up is on the way this week but spots of rain possible by Sunday afternoon. Alex Biston reports.
Free Grocery Giveaway Helps Families Impacted By Coronavirus PandemicUrban Partners Los Angeles gives away groceries at First Unitarian Church in Koreatown each week, usually serving about 200 people. This Saturday, they gave away 1,000 bags of groceries.
Frustrated Pico-Robertson Residents Sound Off Amid On-And-Off Power Outages As They Social DistancePower outages, sometimes lasting for hours, have residents in the Pico-Roberston area very upset.
'Not A Soul In Sight': Hermosa Beach Residents Heed Warnings, Social Distance Amid COVID-19 PandemicAs Southern California entered its second weekend under local, state and federal orders to stay-at-home, beach community residents appeared to be heeding those orders in an effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Greg Mills reports.
Woman Found Dead In Whittier; Homicide Investigation UnderwayHomicide detectives are investigating a woman's death in Whittier early Friday morning.
Coronavirus: LA Closes Popular Runyon Canyon In Hollywood HillsAdd the popular Runyon Canyon Park in the Hollywood Hills to the list of trails being closed in Los Angeles County due to large crowds amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Amazon Worker In Moreno Valley Tests Positive For COVID-19A worker at an Amazon fulfillment center in the Riverside County city of Moreno Valley has tested positive for coronavirus.
State, LA Leaders Push Back Against Trump Administration's 'Open By Easter' IdeaMayor Eric Garcetti, in a not-so-subtle response to President Donald Trump, said that the city would not revoke measures to stop the spread of the illness until it was safe.
Orange County Board Considers County-Wide Beach BanOrange County shut down all its parks and trails Tuesday to help combat the spread of the coronavirus, but many of its beaches remained open. Kara Finnstrom reports.
Runyon Canyon In Hollywood Clears Out MondayThe popular Runyon Canyon Park was considerably less crowded Monday after being packed over the weekend.
COVID-19: Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer Warns Against Price-GougingAuthorities locally are on the lookout for anyone who is price-gouging consumers. Amy Johnson reports.
COVID-19: Hospitals Make Urgent Plea For Donations Of Personal Protective Gear For Healthcare WorkersLocal hospitals running desperately low on supplies to keep healthcare workers safe are making an urgent plea for donations. Amy Johnson reports.
More Houses Of Worship Offering Virtual Services In Wake Of COVID-19 PandemicToday marked the first Sunday since the stay-at-home order took effect throughout California and in Los Angeles County. Laurie Perez reports.
Olga Ospina's Weather Forecast (March 22)It is expected to rain starting Sunday afternoon with temperatures into the 60s. Olga Ospina reports.
Glendale Firefighters To Begin Delivering Groceries To Seniors; Several Grocery Stores Offering Special Hours For The ElderlyThe city of Glendale will begin delivering groceries to senior citizens amid the coronavirus outbreak.
'This Is Appalling' Says Frustrated Passenger Who Waited In CDC Line At LAX For 4 HoursThe CDC is taking the temperature of every passenger coming in from a country on the travel ban at LAX, and passengers are sounding off over the long lines. Laurie Perez reports.
'This Is Appalling' Says Frustrated Passenger Who Waited In CDC Line At LAX For 4 HoursThe CDC is taking the temperature of every passenger coming in from a country on the travel ban at LAX, and passengers are sounding off over the long lines. Laurie Perez reports.
NFL Players Approve New Collective Bargaining AgreementThe deal includes higher salaries, increased roster sizes and larger pensions. Leslie Marin reports.
Nike Announces Temporary Closure Of Stores In U.S., Other Countries To Limit Spread Of COVID-19The store closures will go into effect from Monday, March 16 through Friday, March 27. Leslie Marin reports.
OC Confirms Its First Case Of Locally Acquired CoronavirusOrange County has confirmed its first case of locally acquired coronavirus. Leslie Marin reports.
Commerce Hotel & Casino Employee Presumed Positive For COVID-19An employee of the Commerce Hotel & Casino has tested presumptive positive for COVID-19. Leslie Marin reports.

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