Three months after the Birrueta's purchased their new home, they still can't move in as the previous tenants refuse to leave until the stay-at-home orders are lifted. The Birrueta's continue to pay the mortgage.
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.
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.
Fontana Woman Dies From COVID-19 Weeks After Giving Birth To DaughterA 27-year-old Fontana woman died from COVID-19, just two weeks after giving birth her third daughter.
Differences In State, LA County Guidelines Causing COVID-19 Vaccine ConfusionGov. Gavin Newsom Wednesday announced that anyone age 65 and older could sign up for an appointment to get a COVID-19 vaccine appointment, but L.A. County said it was still only vaccinating healthcare workers.
2 On Your Side: LAUSD Parents Say Students With Special Needs StrugglingStudents at Los Angeles Unified School district went back to school for the start of the spring semester Tuesday, but some parents of special needs students say their children are struggling with the online-only format.
Former Employees Say Wayfinder Family Services Has Been A Hotbed For ViolenceFormer employees of Wayfinder Family Services, where investigators Monday said a young counselor was killed over the weekend, has been a hotbed for violence for years.
Vaccinations For General Public In California Expected By Mid-Spring 2021California Gov. Gavin Newsom says California has only administered about a third of the COVID-19 vaccines in its possession - leaving many wondering when it will be their turn.
Woman, 95, Threatened With Eviction For Socially Distanced Chats With GranddaughterKristine Lazar reports.
Secondary Care Facilities, Like Respiratory Hospitals, Seeing Spike In COVID PatientsIt’s not just local hospitals that are seeing a COVID-19 surge. Secondary care facilities, like respiratory hospitals, are also seeing a spike in COVID patients.
Unemployed Californians, Lawmakers Beg Bank Of America For More Assistance In Wake Of Massive Fraud SchemeLast week, Bank of America estimated that $2 billion had been stolen from California EDD accounts.
LAPD Union Launches Billboard Campaign To Fight Proposed Staffing CutsThe union which represents Los Angeles Police Department officers has started a billboard campaign to draw attention to the budget cuts and proposed staffing reductions which have been brought on as a result of both the police brutality protests and the coronavirus pandemic. Geoff Petrulis reports.
Now That The COVID-19 Vaccine Is In California, Who Foots The Bill To Store And Distribute It?With the COVID-19 vaccine now in California, it begs the question, "Who is footing the bill to store it and distribute it?"
Online Puppy Scams Skyrocket As Pandemic-Isolated People Search For Pets To AdoptPeople feeling lonely and isolated at home due to the ongoing pandemic are increasingly becoming victims of online puppy scams, according to the Los Angeles City Attorney and the Better Business Bureau.
Study: Online Shopping Scams Up 80% As Pandemic Fuels More People To Shop From HomeA new study by Check Point, a cyber security company, found an 80% increase in malicious phishing campaigns aimed at online shoppers, compared to last year.
'The Face Mask Phenomenon': Plastic Surgeons See Sizable Increase In Patients During COVID-19 PandemicPlastic surgeons say they are seeing a sizable increase in patients and the pandemic is one of the reasons behind the surge.
Hundreds Of Thousands Of Residents Stand To Lose Unemployment Benefits By The End Of Next MonthMany Californians who qualified for unemployment under the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance program stand to lose their unemployment benefits on Dec. 26 unless lawmakers take action.
Better Business Bureau Reports Spike In Online Shopping Scams As Holiday Season ApproachesThe Better Business Bureau is reporting a spike in online shopping scams — just in time for holiday shopping season.
Santa Ana Winds Destroy Newbury Park Dance Center's Outdoor Canopies, Floors Purchased For Pandemic OperationsA dance studio in Newbury Park has been tripped up again after Monday’s high winds wrecked the outdoor tents it purchased to adjust to the coronavirus pandemic.
Expert Says State's Thanksgiving Gathering Guidelines Are 'Right On The Money'The state is telling people to gather with no more than three households present and that Thanksgiving dinner must be held outside.
Moorpark, Simi Valley Residents Experiencing Long Delays In Amazon Prime DeliveriesResidents in two Ventura County cities say their Amazon Prime service has suddenly become sluggishly slow without explanation.
UCLA Researchers Testing Effectiveness Of COVID Plasma TransfusionsKristine Lazar reports.
Father Receives Cease And Desist From Neighbor Working Remotely, Gets Police Called On Him Over Noise ComplaintsA Southland man admits he has a noisy second-floor apartment with his 2-year-old son running around and not many alternative locations to turn to during the pandemic, but he said the involvement of law enforcement completely blindsided him. Jasmine Viel reports.
Apparent Glitch On LA Voter Website Causes Polling Place ConfusionHaving a hard time finding your polling place? Kristine Lazar reports there's some confusion over how to find it online.
2 On Your Side: More Than 30K California Addresses Targets Of Potential EDD Fraud, Data ShowThe data show that one Winnetka address had 5,769 individual claims attached to it, another in Valley Village had more than 2,800 and a $78 million Bel Air mansion that just hit the market had 479 claims attached to it. Down the street, a $67 million mansion for sale had 322 claims.