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Workers put face masks on giant statue of Buddhist goddess to pray for pandemic endWorkers recently climbed a giant statue of a Buddhist goddess in Japan to place a custom-made mask on her face, an act purported to be a prayer for an end to the coronavirus pandemic. Katie Johnston reports.
Southern Californians are expected to travel in large numbers over the 4th of July weekendWith COVID restrictions relaxed, southern residents are expected to travel in large numbers over the weekend of July 4, according to estimates released Tuesday by the Automobile Club of Southern California. Katie Johnston reports.
Malibu City Hall will reopen next week; Meetings remain virtualMalibu City Hall will reopen to the public at noon next Monday after it is closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, however, public meetings will continue to be held virtually. Katie Johnston reports.
40 cows escape from a meat packing plant in Pico Rivera; One killed by MPs after indicting his familyAbout 40 cows escaped from a meat-packing plant in Pico Rivera on Tuesday night and rampaged through the city streets for more than an hour, injuring a family. Tina Patel reports.
Suspect killed after savage chase ends with Autobahn 10 shooting in FontanaA dangerous chase involving a stolen truck early Wednesday morning ended when police gunned down the suspect on Highway 10 in Fontana. Kara Finnstrom reports.
Cows escape from meat packing factory, rampage in Pico RiveraA herd of cows escaped from a meat-packing plant and went on a rampage in Pico Rivera on Tuesday evening.
Suspect killed after savage chase ends with Autobahn 10 shooting in FontanaA dangerous chase involving a stolen truck early Wednesday morning ended when police gunned down the suspect on Highway 10 in Fontana.
Evelyn Taft’s weather forecast (June 22)Evelyn Taft takes a look at the weather for tonight.
Single-engine plane catches fire after crash near Big Bear City airport, 2 injuredA Piper PA-28 was attempting to land at Big Bear City Airport around 1:30 p.m. when it crashed into a vacant lot in a residential area on the corner of Meadow Lane and Nana Avenue, and caught fire , spokesperson for the Federal Aviation Administration. Ian Gregor said. Two people were on board.
Cows jostle in Pico Rivera neighborhood, at least one person injuredAt least one person was injured on Tuesday after several cows escaped from a meat packing plant in Pico Rivera.
Huge waves and high tides raise fears of coastal flooding in Newport BeachFlooding is possible along the coast with astronomically high tides expected. Stacey Butler reports.
Los Angeles City Councilor Mike Bonin steps up efforts to end Venice homeless campsLA City Councilor Mike Bonin announced that starting June 28, teams from the non-profit St. Joseph Center will use the Ocean Front Walk and provide housing and services to the dozens of homeless people there. live. Tom Wait reports.
Several cows escape from a meat packing plant in Pico RiveraSeveral cows escaped from a meat packing plant in Pico Rivera on Tuesday evening, authorities said.
‘Absolutely horrible’: man says altercation with Hawthorne police left him blind in right eyeThe complainant said he couldn’t resist his arrest and had his hands tied behind his back when an officer violently pushed him face-first into a row of metal boxes. Rachel Kim reports.
1 dead in a stab in a subway train in DTLA, suspect in detentionThe Los Angeles Police Department was investigating a fatal stabbing in a subway train in downtown Los Angeles on Tuesday.
Voice of the Veterans: Joseph CallahanNavy veteran Joseph Callahan shares his experiences in a new book titled “1972: My War Story”. Proceeds from her book are donated to the Veterans Resource Center at the Monrovia Public Library.
Vanessa Bryant, families reach settlement with company that operated helicopter involved in crashPlaintiffs in the lawsuit included Vanessa Bryant and her three surviving daughters, John James and Alexis Altobelli, Christopher Chester and his two surviving children, and Matthew Mauser and his three children.
Single-engine plane catches fire after crash near Big Bear City airportAuthorities said passers-by had brought the pilot and passenger to safety. They were airlifted to a trauma unit in the area with moderate to severe injuries.
LA County Supervisory Board extends moratorium on evictions until September 30Los Angeles County tenants will continue to be protected from evictions until September 30. However, the board wants tenants to start asking for national and local help and help landlords whose tenants don’t pay rent. Jeff Nguyen reports.
Olympic diver Greg Louganis opens up about Carl Nassib turning out to be gayOlympic diver Greg Louganis, LGBTQ + activist and HIV awareness advocate, chats with Juan Fernandez and Lesley Marin about Raiders defensive end Carl Nassib turning out to be gay and the importance of this visibility for the LGBTQ + community, especially young people.
Garcetti asks Chief of Staff Ana Guerrero to step down over Facebook commentsLos Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti on Tuesday asked Chief of Staff Ana Guerrero to step down after inappropriate comments made in a private Facebook group were revealed.
LAX Changes Underway As Carpool Prices RiseSeveral changes are happening at Los Angeles International Airport as more and more people begin to feel comfortable taking a flight. Hermela Aregawi reports.
OC triplets ready to give birth to their own babiesThe Tran triplets were born just four minutes apart, and now the Orange County sisters are celebrating another milestone.
Filmed: Takeover crash on violent street damages El Tarasco restaurant in SlymarAn early Sunday morning street takeover in Sylmar ended with a vehicle driving into Mexican restaurant El Tarasco.