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California to release 3,500 inmates early as coronavirus spreads inside prisons

The average price of a gallon of gas has fallen below $2 in the United States — the lowest price in four years, according to AAA.​

California public schools likely to stay closed through end of academic year, state superintendent says

L.A. County supervisors remove Sheriff Villanueva as head of emergency operations

San Francisco to pay journalist $369,000 after raiding home for confidential information

Feds warn 100,000 to 240,000 Americans may die from COVID-19 — even with social distancing

In the coming weeks, if they have not already, your government is likely to begin advising you to wear a face mask to protect against coronavirus.​

White House prepares for coronavirus death toll in U.S. to exceed 100,000 and warns next 30 days are crucial

Joe Sanchez is seen in an undated booking photo released March 31, 2020, by the Riverside County Sheriff's Department.​

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

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

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

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