U.S. Supreme Court Rules In Favor Of South Bay Catholic SchoolsThe ruling blocks lawsuits by teachers against schools in Torrance and Hermosa Beach. Amy Johnson reports.
Starbucks Will Require Customers To Wear Masks Starting Next WeekStarbucks will require customers to wear a facial covering while visiting any of its company-owned stores in the United States, starting July 15. Katie Johnston reports.
Survey Finds Which SoCal Areas Are Best At Wearing MasksThere are some areas where people say they always wear masks.
Woman Injured In Northridge House Fire Started By BarbecueA woman suffered second-degree burns Wednesday after a Northridge home went up in flames. According to the Los Angeles Fire Department, the fire started shortly before 7 p.m. at a one-story home in the 8900 block of North Wilbur Avenue.
Downtown Disney In Anaheim Reopens Thursday; All Guests Must Undergo Temperature ChecksAlthough its amusement parks remain closed, several stores and restaurants in Anaheim’s Downtown Disney District will reopen Thursday to customers for the first time since shuttering in mid-March. Kara Finnstrom reports.
Striking Union Workers Protest Outside Wholesale Produce Market In Downtown LAUnion workers at Los Angeles Wholesale Produce Market in downtown L.A. who have been on strike for over a month were holding a protest Thursday morning.
Search Continues Thursday For Naya Rivera After Going Missing On Lake Piru; 4-Year-Old Son Found Alone In BoatThe search for 33-year-old "Glee" actress Naya Rivera was set to continue early Thursday morning after she went missing Wednesday afternoon on a lake in the Los Padres National Forest in Ventura County.
Coronavirus Cases, Hospitalizations Continue To Spike In SouthlandThe number of coronavirus cases continues to spike across the Southland.
Actress Naya Rivera Presumed Drowned After Swimming In Lake Piru With 4-Year-Old SonThe search for 33-year-old actress Naya Rivera was suspended late Wednesday night after she went missing earlier in the day.
Former Orange County Football Player, US Marine Phillip Blanks Saves Baby In Phoenix Fire28-year-old Phillip Blanks was visiting a friend in Phoenix, Arizona on July 3 when he heard cries for help from people trapped inside an apartment on fire, and stepped in to help. Stacey Butler.
LA County Officials Continue To Encourage Following COVID-19 Safety Guidelines As Cases, Deaths RiseLos Angeles County health officials reported 65 additional coronavirus deaths Wednesday and 2,496 new cases following Tuesday's record number of cases. Laurie Perez reports.
Demonstration Held Outside Church Where 'No Trespassing' Sign Put Up After Black Woman Sat On GrassA demonstration was held Wednesday night after a woman filmed two men putting up a "No Trespassing" sign after she sat down on a patch of grass outside of St. Paul First Lutheran Church in North Hollywood.
Security Guard, Wife Charged In Man's Shooting Death After Dispute Over Not Wearing A MaskA security guard who authorities say shot a man after they fought over him not wearing a mask has been charged with murder, according to the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office. Nicole Comstock reports.
Actress Naya Rivera Missing After Swimming In Lake Piru With 4-Year-Old SonAuthorities were searching for actress Naya Rivera Wednesday night after her 4-year-old son was found floating alone on a rented boat in Lake Piru.
1 Adult, 3 Children Injured After Being Struck By Vehicle In South Los AngelesFour pedestrians were struck by a car Wednesday evening in South Los Angeles.
Trump Doubles Down On Reopening Schools, States Continue To Grapple With Coronavirus SpikesAs President Donald Trump doubles down on reopening schools this fall, California has reported three straight days of more than 100 virus-related deaths, Texas reported its highest one-day total of new cases and the number of available ICU beds in Arizona has fallen below 150.
Palmdale Assemblyman Tom Lackey Hospitalized With COVID-19California State Assemblyman Tom Lackey (R-Palmdale) has been hospitalized since Sunday with complications from COVID-19.
UC System To Sue Over ICE Directive Forcing International Students To Take In-Person Classes Or Leave USThe University of California system announced Wednesday that it planned to file suit against the federal government for "violating the rights of the university and its students."
OC Health Officials Report Over 1,333 New COVID-19 Cases, 7 Additional DeathsOrange County Health Care Agency officials reported 1,333 new cases of COVID-19 Wednesday bringing the total to 20,225. Michele Gile.
Independent Autopsy Released In LASD's Shooting Death Of 18-Year-Old Andres GuardadoThe FBI continues to monitor the LASD’s investigation of a deputy-involved shooting that left 18-year-old Andres Guardado dead. An independent autopsy has been released while results of the Medical Examiner’s autopsy remain sealed for now. Rachel Kim heard from the Guardado family attorney.
Fullerton Police: Infant Dead After Being Left In Hot CarAn infant died Wednesday after being left in a hot car in Fullerton, police said.
LA Health Officials Say Students Will Likely Not Return To On-Campus Instruction In AugustIt is still unclear what the upcoming school year will look like, but Los Angeles County Health Director Barbara Ferrer said it is likely students will not return to on-campus instruction in August.
North Hollywood Church Apologizes For Volunteers Who Posted 'No Trespassing' SignsA church in North Hollywood issued a statement on Facebook to atone for volunteers who posted “No Trespassing” signs after a Black woman sat under a tree in front of the church.
LA County Sees Sharp Increase In Community Transmission; Reports 65 Coronavirus Deaths, 2,496 New CasesLos Angeles County health officials reported 65 additional coronavirus deaths Wednesday and 2,496 new cases following Tuesday's record number of cases.

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