Concerns over the new COVID-19 variant, Omicron, and an increase in travel for the holidays prompted the Los Angeles County Public Health Department to open a new COVID test site at the Los Angeles International Airport Friday.

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LA Officials Draw Awareness To Human Trafficking Ahead Of Super BowlExperts say human trafficking cases spike during large sporting events, prompting state and city officials Tuesday to hold a news conference to tackle the issue ahead of Super Bowl LVI.
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Multiple Convenience Stores Hit By Armed Robbers In Bellflower, Long Beach, ParamountAuthorities are investigating a spree of convenience store armed robberies which occurred in South Los Angeles County Monday night.
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Some Health Experts Believe The Peak Of The Omicron Surge May Be Nearing Its EndAs Los Angeles County continues to report increasing numbers of positive COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths, it's hard to see an end to the current surge of the pandemic caused by the Omicron variant. Many health experts indicate that the end may be nearer than we think. Dr. Michael Daignault, with Providence St. Joseph Medical Center joined the studio to discuss the current state of the pandemic and how we can fight the next variant that COVID may present.
Authorities Investigating Fatal Stabbing In Sun ValleyA man was found suffering from multiple stab wounds in Sun Valley on Saturday. He was pronounced dead at the scene. Authorities are still searching for a suspect in the incident.
LA County Reports Highest Amount of Deaths Due to COVID-19 Since April 2021As COVID-19 numbers continue to surge nationwide, Los Angeles County has reported its largest death total since April 2021, with 66. It is also the third-straight day that the county has reported over 40,000 positive cases.
Off-Duty LAPD Officer Shot, Killed In Attempted Armed Robbery In South LAAn off-duty Los Angeles police officer was shot and killed during an attempted armed robbery in South L.A. Monday night.
Off-Duty LAPD Officer Shot, Killed In Attempted Armed Robbery In South LAAn off-duty Los Angeles police officer was shot and killed during an attempted armed robbery in South L.A. Monday night.
Off-Duty LAPD Officer Shot, Killed In Attempted Armed Robbery In South LAAn off-duty Los Angeles police officer was shot and killed during an attempted armed robbery in South L.A. Monday night.

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