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5 hours ago | ABC 7 News
VIDEO: Amazon driver comes face to face with bear during delivery
UPLAND, Calif. (KABC) -- Tense moments showing the moment an Amazon driver came face to face with a bear in Upland were caught on surveillance video. The bear was captured on video just behind the gate seconds before the driver showed up. He tried to scare the bear away after it climbed on top of a wall. All of the commotion seemed to have scared the bear off, allowing the driver to carefully deliver the package. The homeowner said he often sees wildlife such as bears, coyotes, and mountain lions on his property. Thankfully, the driver was not injured.
5 hours ago | CBS LA
Willowbrook Pursuit Ends With 2 Fatalities, 1 Critically Injured on Saturday Evening
Two men involved in a pursuit with Los Angeles County Sheriff's Deputies were killed on Saturday evening at the tail end of the chase, when they collided with a traffic signal. No deputies were injured in the incident, however one person unrelated to the pursuit was recovering on Sunday.
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5 hours ago | CBS LA
Local Schools Forced To Adapt As Omicron Surge Continues
With Pasadena City College returning on in-person learning on Monday, some students waited in line for several hours on Sunday, as the school required proof of a negative test within 72-hours of being on campus. On top of this, students are required to wear surgical quality facemasks as opposed to cloth masks.
6 hours ago | CBS LA
Four People Killed At Party In Inglewood In Ambush Shooting
Four people were shot and killed at a party in Inglewood early Sunday morning in what authorities say was a gang-related ambush shooting.
6 hours ago | CBS LA
Aftermath of Windy Storm That Toppled Trees In Claremont
Claremont residents continue cleanup after wind storm that toppled trees and powerlines on Friday.
6 hours ago | CBS LA
Firefighters Battle Blaze at Altadena Gas Station
Firefighters were on the scene of a fire that broke out at a gas station in Altadena on Sunday. It's unclear what caused the fire, but a severely damaged vehicle could be seen next to a gas pump that was knocked over.
9 hours ago | ABC 7 News
Millions of at-home COVID tests at Monterey Park warehouse backlogged
MONTEREY PARK, Calif. (KABC) -- Millions of at-home COVID-19 tests are being left untouched and unable to be distributed inside a warehouse in Monterey Park due to massive supply chain issues. According to an published last week, some 17 million tests -- including some earmarked by the California Department of Public Health for schools, nursing homes, homeless shelters and childcare centers - have been sitting backlogged on giant pallets for days. The impacted tests are some of the test kits produced by iHealth, which are manufactured in China and have been purchased by at least 15 states. As of Thursday, the distribution company that handles the iHealth shipments from China, XChange Logistics, had worked through the millions of backlogged tests, only to face delays on three of iHealth's charter planes carrying roughly 25 million tests, the company told
9 hours ago | Fox LA
Four killed during house party in Inglewood
Four people were killed and another person was wounded in a shooting Sunday morning at a house party in Inglewood, authorities said.
9 hours ago | Fox LA
Rams fans celebrate big win over Tampa Bay
Fans erupted in joy as the LA Rams defeated the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 30-27 Sunday.
9 hours ago | ABC 7 News
LAUSD to require students to wear non-cloth face masks starting Monday
LOS ANGELES -- The Los Angeles Unified School District said it will prohibit students from wearing cloth masks as the highly transmissible omicron variant of COVID-19 continues to spread. Starting Monday, students must wear "well-fitted, non-cloth masks with a nose wire" at all times, including outdoors, the district announced. Higher grade masks will be made available to students upon request, the announcement said. The shift away from cloth masks was prompted by guidance from Los Angeles County health authorities, said Shannon Haber, a spokeswoman for LAUSD. LAUSD, the nation's second-largest school district, does allow exemptions to mask rules for some students who have a disability, medical or mental health condition that makes them unable to comply, the Los Angeles Times reported. Health officials in Los Angeles and across the state have increasingly urged all residents to upgrade masks to surgical-grade or greater, such as N95 and KN95 masks, to protect against the omicron variant.
10 hours ago | NBC LA
Lakers Comeback Falls Short in 113-107 Loss to Heat
Jimmy Butler broke LeBron James' record for triple-doubles in a Miami uniform, Duncan Robinson scored 25 points and the Heat held on late to beat the Los Angeles Lakers 113-107 on Sunday night.Butler finished with 20 points, 10 rebounds and 12 assists for Miami, his 10th regular-season triple-double for the Heat — one more than James had in his four Miami seasons.Caleb Martin scored 15, Bam Adebayo scored 14 and Gabe Vincent had 11 for Miami, which wasted most of a 26-point first-half lead.
11 hours ago | Fox LA
LAUSD to require students to wear non-cloth face masks
LOS ANGELES - The Los Angeles Unified School District said it will prohibit students from wearing cloth masks as the highly transmissible omicron variant of COVID-19 continues to spread.Starting Monday, students must wear "well-fitted, non-cloth masks with a nose wire" at all times, including outdoors, the district announced.Higher grade masks will be made available to students upon request, the announcement said.
11 hours ago | NBC LA
Man, 18, Shot To Death at Nightclub in Downtown Santa Ana
An 18-year-old man was shot dead at a nightclub in downtown Santa Ana, authorities said Sunday.Officers were dispatched at 10:40 p.m. Saturday to the nightclub in the 300 block of West Fifth Street, according to a watch commander at the Santa Ana Police Department.The shooting occurred during the establishment's open mike night, he said.The victim was later identified as Zion Gonzalez of Moreno Valley, according to a police statement.
12 hours ago | Fox LA
U.S. embassy families in Ukraine ordered to leave country as war fears mount
WASHINGTON - The travel advisory for Russia was also changed: "Do not travel to Russia due to ongoing tension along the border with Ukraine, the potential for harassment against U.S. citizens, the embassy’s limited ability to assist U.S. citizens in Russia, COVID-19 and related entry restrictions, terrorism, harassment by Russian government security officials, and the arbitrary enforcement of local law."
12 hours ago | Fox LA
LA Rams defeat Tampa Bay Buccaneers, SoFi Stadium to host NFC title game
LOS ANGELES - SoFi Stadium will become the first stadium to host an NFL conference championship game and a Super Bowl in the same season after the Rams punched their ticket to next week's NFC championship game with a dramatic 30-27 victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Sunday in Tampa, Florida.The NFC title game will be played Sunday at 3:30 p.m., with the Super Bowl following two weeks later on Feb. 13, with kickoff also slated for 3:30 p.m.
12 hours ago | NBC LA
Rams Hold on to Defeat Bucs 30-27, in What Could be Tom Brady's Final Game
The Los Angeles Rams are hoping history repeats itself.Less than a year after Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers became the first team in NFL history to win the Super Bowl on their home soil, the Rams seek a similar destiny in 2022.On an overcast and muggy winter day, the Rams held on to defeat the aforementioned Buccaneers 30-27 on Sunday in the NFC divisional round, denying them the opportunity to defend their title, while simultaneously advancing to the NFC Championship game next week.
13 hours ago | ABC 7 News
COVID testing mega-site set to open in Beverly Hills
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (CNS) -- Amid a shortage of COVID-19 test kits in Southern California and elsewhere, a private firm is expected to open its fourth COVID mega-testing site Sunday night in a lot on Santa Monica Boulevard in Beverly Hills. Crews were working throughout the weekend in an effort to open the site by 6 p.m. Sunday at 9900 N. Santa Monica Blvd., said Steve Farzam, Chief Operating Officer at 911 COVID Testing. The site will then be open daily from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. to perform up to 2,000 tests per day, Farzam told City News Service. "We ultimately aim to accommodate the extremely high demand for testing by expanding our operations to the Beverly Hills/Westwood area to ease the hardest-hit hospitals such as Cedars-Sinai and UCLA,'' he said. "We aim to assist ERs and first responders who have been crushed by a flood of patients,'' Farzam said. Emergency departments are essentially acting as shock absorbers, facing unrelenting stress as they struggle with staff shortages all while grappling with the sheer volumes of ER visits.''
13 hours ago | ABC 7 News
High winds topple massive trees in La Verne; public park red-tagged
LA VERNE, Calif. (KABC) -- High winds toppled several massive trees at La Verne's Kuns Park, which was subsequently closed to the public, pending a cleanup operation. The gusty conditions had mostly subsided by Sunday morning, the day after one witness captured the falling of one of the decades-old pine trees on video. No injuries were reported, but two of the trees landed on a structure at the park that is used for picnicking. The uprooted trees at Kuns Park, located at 1600 Bonita Avenue, are said to be among the oldest in the city. "All I can say is, I was really scared," said La Verne resident Ana Esqueda. "I've never been through anything like this before and it was kind of scary. I thought the roof was going to go off." No estimate was given of when the park would be reopened.
14 hours ago | ABC 7 News
Dog left at OC grooming salon stolen by employee, owner says
YORBA LINDA, Calif. (KABC) -- An Orange County man is pleading for the public's help finding his beloved dog, who was allegedly stolen by the pet's groomer. Keian Vahedy said that when he went to pick up his 5-year-old Maltese, Furley, from Pawradise Grooming in Yorba Linda, he was told the dog was stolen by an employee who only worked at the business for two days. The employee was said to have taken the dog and never returned. Vahedy and his family blame the business. They say the grooming shop apparently didn't check the employee's background or verify his information. Vahedy is offering a $5,000 reward -- no questions asked. He calls his dog "the light of his life." Anyone with information can contact the Orange County Sheriff's Department. People can also reach out with tips on .
14 hours ago | NBC LA
LA County Sees Third Straight Drop in Number of COVID Patients
The number of COVID-positive patients in Los Angeles County hospitals has fallen for the third day in a row, dropping from nearly 4,700 yesterday to 4,568, according to the latest state figures out Sunday.However, the number of those patients in intensive care continues to climb, increasing from 769 on Saturday to 774.The latest numbers came as the county reported another 63 deaths associated with the coronavirus, and 26,354 new positive COVID tests. Sunday's number of cases and deaths likely reflect reporting delays over the weekend, according to the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health.
14 hours ago | Fox LA
In Depth: Composting
Rachel Machi Wagoner, Director for CalRecycle talks to Hal about the importance of compost.
14 hours ago | Fox LA
Strong winds topple trees, cause power outages
Strong Santa Ana winds caused major damage across Southern California this weekend.
14 hours ago | ABC 7 News
COVID hospitalizations decrease in LA County for third consecutive day
LOS ANGELES (CNS) -- The number of COVID-positive patients in Los Angeles County hospitals has fallen for the third day in a row, dropping from nearly 4,700 yesterday to 4,568, according to the latest state figures out Sunday. However, the number of those patients in intensive care continues to climb, increasing from 769 on Saturday to 774. The latest numbers came as the county reported another 63 deaths associated with the coronavirus, and 26,354 new positive COVID tests. Sunday's number of cases and deaths likely reflect reporting delays over the weekend, according to the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health. Sunday's test positivity rate was 15.1%, down from 16.1% on Saturday and from 17.4% last Sunday. On Saturday, the county health department said more than 250,000 COVID-19 cases had been confirmed during the past seven days, down from the 291,000 cases reported for the previous seven days.
15 hours ago | Fox LA
SoCal woman killed in 1977 identified by cold case team
RIVERSIDE COUNTY, Calif. - A Southern California woman who was killed in 1977 has recently been identified by the Riverside County Regional Cold Case Homicide Team.A skull and other skeletal remains found in 1986 were identified this week as those of Linda LeBeau, who was reported missing in Tustin, the Riverside County district attorney’s office said.Her remains were found down an embankment along the Ortega Highway in Lake Elsinore by Cal-Trans crews. Investigators determined that the victim had been shot in the head but they couldn’t identify the remains, the DA’s office said.
15 hours ago | Fox LA
Fauci: Omicron COVID-19 infections likely to peak in February
WASHINGTON - The country’s top infectious disease expert, Dr. Anthony Fauci, predicted Sunday that COVID-19 cases induced by the omicron variant will peak next month.Fauci said he was "as confident as you can be" that states will hit their highest point of infections in February to ABC News’ "This Week." However, he noted cases should start dropping off after that, as seen in other countries, but that the virus is still unpredictable. 
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