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Violent Extremism Concerns Following Attack On US CapitolLaurie Perez reports.
$50K Reward Offered In Arrest Of Driver Who Struck, Killed Southern California Father46-year-old Brandon Finley was struck and killed on Saturday morning in downtown Los Angeles by a carjacker, and now police are trying to track down that suspect. Hermela Aregawi reports.
LA County Surpasses 1 Million Documented COVID-19 CasesLos Angeles County has surpassed one million documented cases of COVID-19. Kandiss Crone reports.
Seniors Line Up To Receive COVID-19 Vaccine At Lake Elsinore Drive-Thru ClinicJoy Benedict reports.
Front Line Workers Head Out To Dodger Stadium To Receive COVID-19 VaccineRick Montanez reports.
Southern California Hits Grim Coronavirus MilestoneLos Angeles County has surpassed one million documented cases of COVID-19.
Seniors Line Up For COVID-19 Vaccines At Drive-Thru Lake Elsinore SiteRiverside County is now allowing anyone over the age of 65 to schedule an appointment for a vaccine
Alex Biston's Weather Forecast (Jan 16)Temperatures cooling down again through the end of the week
Monrovia Chamber Of Commerce Helping Restaurants During PandemicA local Chamber of Commerce has come up with a unique way to help keep restaurants afloat.
Evelyn Taft's Weather Forecast (Jan. 15)Evelyn Taft takes a look at tonight's weather.
Month Of January Could See No Rain in Southern California During High Fire DangerForecasters with the National Weather Service said there is a chance Southern California will not see rain for the entire month of January, as heatwaves and gusty Santa Ana winds are causing dangerous fire conditions.
Coronavirus Pandemic Continues Latest Surge Across SouthlandWhile COVID-19 hospitalizations seemingly stabilized this week, counties across the Southland continued to report an increased number of cases and deaths.
Local Officials Concerned About Possible Hate Crime, Violence In Coming Days Following US Capitol RiotStacey Butler reports.
Concerns Remain Over COVID-19 Vaccine Availability As LA County Nears 1M CasesAs of Thursday, 279,000 doses had been administered to healthcare workers and staff and residents of skilled nursing and long-term care facilities. Simon said the county has administered 44% of the vaccines received for use as first doses and 30% of those earmarked for second doses.
Rioters Wreaked Havoc On Capitol, Almost Got To Vice President Mike PenceRick Montanez reports.
Bonita Fire: Evacuation Orders Lifted As Containment Jumps To 20%Crews were able to stop the forward progress of a 715-acre wildfire burning near Mountain Center Friday, allowing authorities to lift evacuation orders and reopen roads in the area.
Pleas Continue For More Efficient, Faster Coronavirus Vaccination ProcessJoy Benedict reports.
COVID Vaccination Supersite Opens At Dodger Stadium FridayJeff Nguyen reports.
USPS Temporarily Removes Collection Boxes Due To 'Possible Civil Event'The United States Postal Service has removed some mailboxes in the Greater Los Angeles area as the city makes security preparations for potential upcoming civil events.
Class Action Filed Against Bank Of America Over EDD FraudA class action lawsuit has been filed against Bank of America alleging that it hasn't done enough to protect unemployment accounts from fraud.
Orange County Planning To Open COVID-19 Vaccine Sites At Senior CentersOrange County officials announced Friday that some senior centers would become vaccination sites to help inoculate the elderly against COVID-19.
Metro Bus Drivers Say Safety Is Being Compromised With About 800 Operators Out Due to COVID, Unrelated AbsencesAdditional Metro Los Angeles bus drivers have come forward, saying they too have been ordered to work six-day weeks to cover for hundreds out sick with COVID-19.
Westbound 91 Freeway In Anaheim Hills To Close Overnight FridayThe westbound 91 Freeway will be completely closed Friday evening between Corona and Anaheim Hills as part of an ongoing improvement project. Katie Johnston reports.
Free Breast Cancer Screenings Offered For Uninsured WomenThe YMCA of Metropolitan Los Angeles and a medical imaging company kicked off a six-week effort Friday offering free breast cancer mammography screenings for uninsured women. Katie Johnston reports.

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