The annual display of pumpkins and lights starts tonight as a drive-thru experience. DeMarco Morgan reports.

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Alex Biston's Weather Forecast (Jan 23)Quite a bit of wet weather expected throughout SoCal into the end of the week.
Authorities Investigating Vandalism, Possible Explosion At El Monte ChurchAuthorities are investigating vandalism and a possible explosion that occurred Saturday morning at a church in El Monte.
Remembering Larry KingBroadcast legend Larry King died Saturday morning at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. He was 87.
Evelyn Taft's Weather Forecast (Jan. 22)Evelyn Taft takes a look at tonight's weather.
Torrance Doctor Among 7,500 Health Care Workers To Get Free Tickets To Super Bowl 55Chargers superfan – and 2020 Chargers Fan of the Year – Dr. Vadim Fanous was unsurprisingly also chosen to go to the big game. Jeff Nguyen reports.
Salons Join Lawsuit Demanding Newsom Allow Business To ReopenA handful of hair and nail salon owners have started adding their names to a lawsuit filed against Gov. Gavin Newsom, demanding they be allowed to reopen as well.
More Than 441,000 Doses Of COVID Vaccine Given Out In LA So Far, More Second Doses Coming Next WeekIn Long Beach, some people have been able to get extra doses of vaccine left over at the end of the day, despite not having an appointment. 
First Of Three Storms Move Into SouthlandNicole Comstock reports.
Trump's Impeachment Trial To Begin Week Of February 8Former President Donald Trump's impeachment trial will begin the week of February 8, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer announced Friday evening on the Senate floor, with pre-trial proceedings beginning on Monday evening, soon after the Senate receives the article of impeachment from the House. 
Corvain Cooper, LA Man Facing Life In Prison For Nonviolent Marijuana Crimes, Granted ClemencyCorvain Cooper, a Los Angeles man who was facing life in prison for nonviolent marijuana crimes, returned home Friday after a last-minute commutation.
Daily COVID-19 Cases Trending Downward Across Southern CaliforniaKey coronavirus metrics were trending downward Friday as Southern California counties reported their latest cases, deaths and hospitalizations.
Health Care Workers Struggle To Book Appointments To Receive Second Dose Of COVID VaccineA recent study found that California has the sixth-lowest rate of COVID-19 vaccine distribution at just 2.7 percent and now some health care workers say they're having a hard time getting their second dose.
Deputies Investigating After Body Found At Trash Processing Facility In PerrisDeputies with the Riverside County Sheriff's Department Friday were investigating after a body was found at a trash processing facility in Perris.
Laguna Woods Village Residents Begin Receiving COVID-19 VaccineOfficials are hopeful that COVID-19 hospitalizations and positivity rates will continue to trend downward as more Orange County residents and workers get vaccinated, including at Laguna Woods Village where 3,000 residents aged 75 and older are expected to get their first dose throughout the weekend.
California DOJ To Investigate LA County Sheriff's Department For Possible Civil Rights ViolationsThe state of California is launching a civil rights investigation of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department (LASD), the largest sheriff’s department in the United States, officials announced Friday.
Storm Watch: Calm Before The Winter StormIncoming storm system could pose a threat to those living near recent burn areas. Alex Biston reports.
Mega Millions Jackpot Soars To An Estimated $1 BillionFriday night’s Mega Millions jackpot has grown to an estimated $1 billion, making it the third-largest U.S. lottery prize of all time.
As Vaccination Efforts Continue, COVID Hospitalizations, Positivity Rate Trending Downward In LAHealth officials also reported that more than 441,000 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine have been administered, including more than 352,000 first doses and 88,000 second doses. And though the supply remains limited — with only enough to vaccinate one in four people who are eligible — clinic sites appeared to be running much more smoothly.
33 Children, Including 8 Being Trafficked For Sex, Recovered In FBI's 'Operation Los Angels'Dozens of missing children, eight of whom were being sexually exploited, have been recovered as part of “Operation Los Angels,” according to the FBI. Katie Johnston reports.
USC Men's Basketball Game Postponed Due To Suspected COVID-19 CaseThursday's USC men's basketball game against Stanford was postponed due to a suspected COVID-19-related issue within the Trojans' program, the university announced. Geoff Petrulis reports.
Construction Requires Overnight Road Closures Near LAXPortions of Lower World Way and the Sepulveda Boulevard access ramp near Los Angeles International Airport will be closed for construction starting Monday through Feb. 5. Katie Johnston reports.
CSUN Soccer Star Danny Trejo Gets Warm Welcome To LAFC From 'Machete' Star Danny TrejoDanny Trejo has been selected by the LAFC in the MLS Super Draft. No, not that Danny Trejo.
California Officials Suspicious At Surge In Unemployment ClaimsThe U.S. Labor Department says California received an additional 77,000 claims last week, compared to the week before. DeMarco Morgan reports.
Coronavirus Vaccine Urged For DockworkersUnions and port officials say the coronavirus vaccination schedule should be opened up to dockworkers, hundreds of whom have been infected. DeMarco Morgan reports.

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