New COVID Strain Found In One-Third Of All LA Cases, Researchers SayA new coronavirus strain which has been found in about one-third of all coronavirus cases in Los Angeles County since December could be partly responsible for L.A.’s COVID-19 surge, medical researchers announced Monday.
CHP Pursuit Comes To Crashing End When Car Slams Into Home In BellA woman crashed her car into the living room of a Bell home during a pursuit early Tuesday morning.
No Surprise: Los Angeles Ranks No. 1 In Having The Nation’s Worst TrafficJoy Benedict reports.
Evelyn Taft's Weather Forecast (Jan. 18)Evelyn Taft takes a look at tonight's weather.
LA, San Bernardino Counties Report New COVID-19 CasesDue to the Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday, only Los Angeles and San Bernardino counties reported COVID-19 data Monday.
LA County Fire Department Seeing 'Drastic Decline' In COVID-19 CasesThe Los Angeles County Fire Department has experienced a "drastic decline" in the test positivity rate and the number of individuals out sick with COVID-19 within its workforce, officials said Monday.
A Quarter-Million SoCal Edison Customers Could See Power Shutoffs Due To Santa Ana WindsNicole Comstock reports.
LA County Supervisor Directs Public Health To Open COVID-19 Vaccine Appointments To Older ResidentsLos Angeles County Board of Supervisors Chair Hilda L. Solis Monday signed an executive order directing Public Health to make COVID-19 vaccine appointments available to residents 65 and older starting Thursday. But hours earlier, Dr. Jeffrey Gunzenhauser, the county's chief medical officer, said that the county was not yet at a point to move forward with vaccinating seniors.
Security Tightens In D.C., Trump Prepares To Issue Additional Pardons As Inauguration NearsPresident Trump plans to spend his last day in office on Tuesday issuing 100 pardons or commutations, a senior administration official and a senior White House official tell CBS News. Meanwhile, the Senate will reconvene that day for the first time since the House impeached Mr. Trump last week, and will begin confirmation hearings for some of President-elect Joe Biden's Cabinet nominees.
Victims Of EDD Fraud Say They Are Going Broke While Waiting For Bank Of America To RespondNot The California Employment Development Department says it has resolved 95% of its backlogged claims, but said that only Bank of America could resolve these claims of fraud.
Son Who Lost Father To COVID Believes He Was Infected At Work Despite Taking PrecautionsAn Inland Empire family who lost their loved one to COVID-19 said he took all precautions but believe he was infected at his workplace.
Kamala Harris Resigns From Senate Ahead Of VP Inauguration: A Look Back At Her JourneyWith the inauguration just days away, we're taking a look back at the legacy of Vice President-elect Kamala Harris and how her California roots helped in her historic rise to power. Jeff Nguyen reports.
Kamala Harris Resigns From Senate Ahead Of VP Inauguration: A Look Back At Her JourneyWith the inauguration just days away, we're taking a look back at the legacy of Vice President-elect Kamala Harris and how her California roots helped in her historic rise to power. Jeff Nguyen reports.
LA County Supervisor Directs Public Health To Open COVID-19 Vaccine Appointments To Older ResidentsLos Angeles County Board of Supervisors Chair Hilda L. Solis Monday signed an executive order directing Public Health to make COVID-19 vaccine appointments available to residents 65 and older starting Thursday.
Former LA Councilman Alex Padilla Formally Appointed To US SenateFormer Los Angeles City Councilman Alex Padilla resigned Monday as California secretary of state and was formally appointed by the governor to fill the U.S. Senate seat vacated by Vice President-elect Kamala Harris.
Life Of Martin Luther King Jr. Celebrated Virtually Across The SouthlandThe life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his dream of racial and economic equality was honored across the Southland Monday, though events looked a bit different due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Chris Holmstrom reports.
Bayron Salguero, New South Pasadena Police Dispatcher, Dies From COVID-19The South Pasadena Police Department Monday announced the death of 30-year-old Police Assistant Bayron Salguero, who died Saturday from complications of COVID-19.
Windy Day Leads To Power Outages Across SoCalUp to 250,000 Southern California Edison customers across the Southland could see their power shut off Monday or Tuesday in an attempt to prevent powerful Santa Ana winds from sparking wildfires. Hermela Aregawi reports.
Orange County Health Officials Still Concerned About Rising COVID-19 Cases As New Numbers Encourage OptimismA record was set recently for daily deaths reported in Orange County, but some health care workers say they are now seeing some signs of improvements locally while acknowledging there are still tough days expected ahead. Michele Gile reports.
Life Of Martin Luther King Jr. Celebrated Virtually Across The SouthlandThe life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his dream of racial and economic equality was honored across the Southland Monday, though events looked a bit different due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
City Expands COVID-19 Care Kit Initiative To South LA And LA's EastsideMayor Eric Garcetti and Councilwoman Monica Rodriguez announced Monday the city is expanding its COVID-19 care kit initiative, which has been distributing supplies in the northeast San Fernando Valley.
Vaccination Supersite Prepares To Open At ForumFive vaccination supersites will open across Los Angeles County on Tuesday. Kara Finnstrom reports.
LA Enforcement Agencies In High Alert For Presidential InaugurationLaw enforcement agencies across the nation are under high alert for the presidential inauguration.
Danielle Gersh's Weather Forecast (Jan. 18)A high of 77 for the Inland Empire and 51 for the mountains Monday.

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