In a three-month period, Nancy Silverton faced the closure of her three restaurants due to the coronavirus pandemic, contracted COVID-19 and then had to shut down her restaurants again after they were looted and burned in widespread unrest following the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police officers.

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Goldstein Investigation: Some Californians Receive EDD Letters Despite Not Applying For AssistanceA man who CBSLA is not identifying received these letters from EDD telling him he’s been accepted for pandemic unemployment insurance - even though he never applied and has been on disability for years.
At Least 1 Hit By Vehicle During Hollywood Demonstration To Protest Death Of Breonna TaylorAt least one protester was taken to the hospital after being struck by a vehicle during a demonstration in Hollywood Thursday night.
Research Shows Wearing Face Coverings Could Help Build Coronavirus ImmunityNew research suggests that wearing a face covering could help people build immunity to COVID-19. "Until we get a vaccine, it's the best shot you have for not getting this infection," Dr. George Rutherford, a UCSF epidemiologist said.
Evelyn Taft's Weather Forecast (Sept. 24)Evelyn Taft takes a look at tonight's weather.
Protesters Continue Marching In Hollywood After Driver Strikes ProtesterAt least one protester was taken to the hospital after being struck by a vehicle during a demonstration in Hollywood Thursday night.
Riverside County Nail Salons Reopen At 50% Capacity On ThursdaySalons are hopeful they can finally keep their businesses up and running.
Firefighters Take Advantage Of Cooler Weather To Gain Ground On Bobcat FireThe fire has burned at least 113,986 acres and was 50% contained as of Thursday morning. At least 47 homes have been destroyed.
Some GOP Lawmakers Dismiss Trump's Refusal To Commit To Peaceful Transfer Of PowerA handful of GOP lawmakers, including Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, are distancing themselves from President Trump's refusal to commit to a peaceful transfer of power should he lose the election to Joe Biden, although most congressional Republicans have so far remained silent on the subject.
Protester Taken To Hospital After Being Struck By A VehicleAt least one protester was taken to the hospital after being struck by a vehicle during a demonstration at Hollywood Forever Cemetery Thursday night.
People Making A Difference: Mom Lobbies For Change In Caregiver Law To Provide Stronger Safety NetWhile grieving the loss of her son, Cathyleen Williams was informed that her IHSS income would also come to an end and that she was not eligible for unemployment benefits due to a quirk in the law.
Demonstrators Gather At Hollywood Forever Cemetery To Protest Death Of Breonna TaylorDozens of demonstrators gathered at Hollywood Forever Cemetery Thursday night to protest the grand jury decision in the shooting death of Breonna Taylor by police in Louisville, Kentucky earlier this year.
2 On Your Side: Despite 2-Week EDD Pause, Homeowners Still Getting Dozens Of Fraudulent LettersWhile the state is in the middle of investigating possible unemployment fraud, local homeowners say they're still getting Employment Development Department letters mailed to their homes, but addressed to other people.
Danny Trejo Teams Up With Foundation To Feed Hundreds Of Homeless VeteransActor Danny Trejo and Trejo's Tacos teamed up with the Everest Foundation and the West Side Veterans Administration Thursday to feed hundreds of homeless veterans living on the VA West Los Angeles campus.
In-Home Care Company Looking To Hire Around 550 CaregiversIn-home care company Comfort Keepers is looking to hire around 550 caregivers across Southern California.
Woman Who Alleges She Was Raped At Temecula Resort Files $10M ClaimA $10 million claim was filed Thursday against the Pechanga Resort & Casino in Temecula on behalf of a woman who alleges she was raped by an employee during her March stay.
Study: 1 In 4 Low-Income LA Households Have Experienced Food Insecurity At Least Once During PandemicA new study by USC Dornsife's Public Exchange found that more than one in four L.A. County households experienced food insecurity at least once from April to July.
DA's Office Will Not Pursue Charges Against KPCC Reporter Arrested During Compton ProtestsThe Los Angeles District Attorney's office is not filing charges against KPCC reporter Josie Huang who was pinned to the ground and arrested while covering demonstrations following the shooting of two Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies in Compton.
Homicide Detectives Investigating After Man's Body Found In Wooded Area Of Agoura HillsLos Angeles County Sheriff's homicide detectives were investigating Agoura Hills Thursday after a man's body was found near the side of a road.
Authorities: Homeless Man Shot In San Clemente Grabbed Deputy's FirearmMichele Gile reports.
Sheriff Talks Deadly San Clemente Shootingsan clemente homeless man confrontation orange county deputies shooting
Parents Sue LAUSD Over Distance Learning PlanA group of parents has filed a class action lawsuit against the Los Angeles Unified School District over its distance learning plan, alleging the district was violating students' rights.
Amber Lee's Weather Forecast (Sept. 24)Triple digits expected to return next week for parts of SoCal.
Over 70 Citations Issued To Businesses Violating LA County Health Orders In Past Month, Officials SayOn Thursday, Los Angeles County reported another 39 deaths and 1,165 new cases, bringing the total number of cases to 264,414 and the death toll to 6,455.
'A Bit Of Anxiety': El Monte Earthquake Followed By Series Of Moderate Quakes Across SoCalSince the magnitude 4.5 earthquake that shook Angelenos out of bed on Friday night, several smaller quakes have hit this week — including a magnitude 3.2 near Rancho Cucamonga and a 3.3 near Lake Elsinore.

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