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Design Team Selected For La Brea Tar Pits RemodelThe design will add a new exhibition wing for the fossil collection, expand the lawn area, preserve the museum, and keep the mammoths.
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Advocate Explains Lawsuit Against New Visa PolicyHarsha Panduranga from the Brennan Center for Justice breaks down lawsuit filed against the Secretary of State and Homeland Security over new visa policies that require applicants to submit their social media postings.
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'Friends' Pop-Up Experience Comes To Santa MonicaA "Friends" pop-up is now open in Santa Monica just in time for the holidays.
Expert Talks Housing Market Trends For 2020Skylar Olsen from Zillow talks 2020 housing market predictions.
Foster Care Organization CEO Calls for VolunteersWende Julien from CASA LA discusses the dire need for volunteers as foster youth wait lists top 300 children.
Animal Adoption Center To Waive Fees This WeekendOn Saturday, Dec. 14 the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Los Angeles (spcaLA) will waive their pet adoption fees at all of their Southern California locations.
Tech Talk: Is Your iPhone Tracking You?Apple clarifies that it’s not tracking iPhone users, despite what many may think. Amazon leadership gains more women and more TikTok controversy! Jessica Naziri breaks it down for us. Check out techsesh.co for more info on any of these topics.
Claremont Nativity Scene Separates Holy Family, Places Them In CagesClaremont United Methodist Church has a tradition of sparking conversation with their provocative nativity scenes. Laurie Perez reports.
1 Suffers Critical Burn Injuries In San Bernardino FirePolice officers pounded on doors to warn residents, and fire crews had to pull one person out of an apartment. Tina Patel reports.
UCLA: CA Health Insurance Making StridesDr. Shana Charles from UCLA breaks down her study on the state of health insurance in California.
FAA Says Burbank Airport Flights Shifted SouthAfter a series of meetings with valley residents frustrated about loud noise from the Burbank airport, the Federal Aviation Administration says planes have been flying further south in recent years.
New Health Concern Over Hair ProductsAccording to a study published in the International Journal Of Cancer, permanent hair dyes and chemical straighteners may be associated with a higher risk for breast cancer. The study tracked more than 46,000 women over several years. Overall, women using permanent dye had a 9% higher risk of developing breast cancer, and black women who used the product had a 45% higher risk. Women who used chemical straighteners had an 18% percent higher risk of breast cancer.
Corona May Raise Water Rates 5% AnnuallySome Corona residents will pay more for their water starting next month. The Corona City Council gave preliminary approval for a plan to increase rates an average of 5% starting in the new year. More than half of residents would see their bills rise, while some would see a decrease, depending on meter size and the amount of water used. Starting in 2021, Corona plans to raise water rates 5% across the board each year for 4 years. A final vote will happen in two weeks.
Walton Sex Assault Suit DroppedAt her request, former local sports reporter Kelli Tennant's lawsuit accusing former Los Angeles Lakers head coach Luke Walton of sexually assaulting her at a Santa Monica hotel was dismissed this week.
Mountain Lion Kills DogsPet owners were warned to be on alert Thursday after a mountain lion killed one dog and attacked another in Simi Valley.
Urgent Call For Missing FamilyAmber Aiaz, AKA Mei Yi Wu, 34, and her daughter, Melissa Fu, 12, were last seen on Friday, Nov. 22, at their residence located in the area of Michelson and University in Irvine.

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