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California’s latest coronavirus forecast projects peak in late May: Officials

Police in Texas have arrested a teenager who allegedly claimed she had contracted coronavirus and planned to infect others.​

CA lawmakers considering relief for undocumented immigrants excluded from federal stimulus bill

John Prine, legendary country artist and songwriter, dies of COVID-19 complications at age 73

Hal Willner, the Grammy-winning record producer and longtime "Saturday Night Live" sketch music producer, has died from complications from COVID-19.​

Court dismisses sex-abuse case against Mexican megachurch leader jailed in L.A.

Detectives were investigating the fatal stabbing of a 60-year-old man in Long Beach Tuesday, according to police.​

Gov. Newsom: California to have monthly supply of 200 million medical masks amid pandemic

San Bernardino County requires residents wear face covering when leaving home, orders electronic-only religious services

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K-Pop sensation BTS joined us live, and even taught @SamOnTV  a few dance moves. @BTS_twt 

Boy, 8, wrote a letter asking Santa to stop the bullying of his overweight sister at school -

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#BREAKING: All LAUSD schools closed due to "credible terror threat." Students & staff directed to stay away from district buildings.

We have some sad news to report. Chris Burrous, a fixture on the KTLA 5 Morning News since 2011, passed away Thursday. He was a beloved member of the KTLA family and will be deeply missed. He was 43.

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Iconic ‘Brady Bunch’ House in Studio City Goes on the Market After Nearly 50 Years

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#BREAKING: Proposition 64, ballot initiative to legalize recreational marijuana, has passed.

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Mayor Garcetti announces water and power will be shut off for nonessential L.A. businesses that don’t close

State Senate Says it Should No Longer Be a Felony to Knowingly Expose Others to HIV

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