The Better Business Bureau is reporting a spike in online shopping scams — just in time for holiday shopping season.
Vaccine Line Jumpers Heading Out To Hard-Hit Communities, Improperly Using Access Codes To Get Vaccinated FasterShortly after officials in Los Angeles County planned an effort to get vaccines out to people in underserved communities, the system is being abused. Kristine Lazar reports.
Women Advised To Get Mammograms Before Or At Least 4 Weeks After Getting COVID VaccineWomen who recently got the COVID vaccine are being told it could affect their mammograms.
'I Feel Pretty Alone Right Now': Residents Over 65 That Are Homebound Are Struggling To Get VaccinatedCalifornia has now given out more than eight million COVID vaccines, but those who qualify to receive a shot but are homebound say they have been left behind.
LA County: Northridge Hospital Violated Tier System By Vaccinating Teachers, School StaffKristine Lazar reports.
Is New EDD Identity Verification Process Causing More Problems For Victims Of Fraud?Automated identification verification has been touted as one of the ways to address the massive problem with fraudulent unemployment benefit claims, but is it actually causing even more problems for people desperate for their benefits?
North Hollywood Private School Staff Receive First Dose Of COVID-19 Vaccine, Prompting QuestionsThousands of local school children are not in the classroom because their teachers are unable to get vaccinated, but the educators at an area private school were able to get their first dose. Kristine Lazar reports.
Experts Weigh In On How To Go About Day-To-Day After Receiving Coronavirus VaccineKristine Lazar reports.
2 On Your Side: Neighborhood Vaccination ClinicsKristine Lazar reports.
Ralphs Postponing Vaccination Appointments After LA County Pulls DosesRalphs Pharmacy has postponed upcoming COVID-19 vaccine appointments at its Los Angeles County pharmacies after the Department of Public Health took back thousands of doses intended to go to the grocery chain.
LA City, County Face Shortage Of COVID Vaccine AppointmentsRight now, there are no COVID vaccine appointments available in the city or county of Los Angeles - and that has those looking for their first and second dose asking, "Now what?"
Millions Of Californians May Have To Repay Unemployment Benefits Due To EDD FailuresAn independent audit has found that poor planning and ineffective management led to massive failures within California's unemployment system.
OC District Attorney: Convicted Murderers Conspired To Commit Massive EDD FraudTen people, including two convicted murders and four other California state prisoners, have been charged in fraudulent unemployment claim schemes that netted nearly half a million in cash, according to Orange County District Attorney Todd Spitzer.
Health Care Workers Struggle To Book Appointments To Receive Second Dose Of COVID VaccineA recent study found that California has the sixth-lowest rate of COVID-19 vaccine distribution at just 2.7 percent and now some health care workers say they're having a hard time getting their second dose.
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.