The impacts of the pandemic have hit women in the workforce hardest, with some moms having to stay home to care for children no longer attending in-person school and others saying they're concerned about telling employers they have children.

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'It's Just Not Working': Women In The Workforce Hit Hardest By PandemicThe impacts of the pandemic have hit women in the workforce hardest, with some moms having to stay home to care for children no longer attending in-person school and others saying they're concerned about telling employers they have children.
Plans To Reopen Disneyland Wins Big With FansThe updated reopening guidelines allows theme parks in California to reopen at 15% capacity as early as April 1 once their counties reach the red, or second most restrictive, tier of reopening. Stacey Butler reports.
UTLA Teachers Ready To Strike Over Reopening PlansTeachers say they are prepared to strike if the Los Angeles Unified school district tries to force a return to the classroom next month. Laurie Perez reports.
Deal Reached In Coronavirus Stimulus BillTonight -- a breakthrough for Democrats in the Senate after a day of delays and uncertainty. A deal has been reached in a coronavirus stimulus package. Tom Wait reports.
Perseverance On The Move: Mars Rover Completes First Test Drive On Red PlanetScientists at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory Friday released additional images from the Perseverance rover's life on Mars.
LA County Sheriff's Department Holds Vaccine Clinic For Deputies, Employees At Pomona FairplexThe Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department held a COVID-19 vaccination clinic at the Pomona Fairplex Friday for deputies and other employees.
'Refreshed' Reopening Guidelines Allow California Theme Parks, Ballparks To Reopen April 1Theme parks and outdoor sports stadiums could reopen as soon as April 1 under new reopening guidelines released Friday by the California public health officials.
Fairfax’s Iconic El Coyote Restaurant To Offer 90-Cent Taco Plate, Pizza For 90th AnniversaryEl Coyote Mexican Cafe is celebrating its 90th anniversary Friday. The restaurant is located on Beverly Boulevard in the Fairfax District. Amy Johnson reports.
Police: Face Coverings Helping Thieves Blend In, Fueling Crimes Of OpportunityPolice say the pandemic has forced everyone outside, making us easier prey - and with masks on, thieves can blend in.
LAX Seeing 'Noticeable Uptick' In Travelers Though LA County Travel Advisory Remains In EffectHealth officials are warning people not to travel over Spring Break, but that guidance doesn't seem to be stopping people at Los Angeles International Airport which is seeing an uptick in travelers.
'She Represents Love And Light': Dolly Parton Mural On Wall Of Costa Mesa Bar Nearly CompleteLuke Nero, the club's owner, said he chose to honor Parton after learning more about her — including her $1 million donation toward Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine research program.
Massive Dual Quakes Rock New Zealand; No Tsunami Threat To Southern CaliforniaA pair of strong earthquakes that struck Thursday off the coast of New Zealand did not post any tsunami threat to Southern California, authorities said.
FBI-LAPD Joint Investigation Seizes $112 Million Worth Of DrugsA whopping 1,500 pounds of drugs were seized from an unnamed location in Paramount, according to the FBI. Juan Fernandez reports.
Driver Speeds Away After Hitting, Killing Woman On Topanga RoadwayThe search is underway for a driver who struck and killed a woman who was walking on the shoulder of Topanga Canyon Boulevard Wednesday night.
Movement Starts To Stop Hate Crimes Towards Asians As Incidents Surge In Southern CaliforniaPeople from Los Angeles to Orange County are coming together to bring awareness to a surge in hate crimes and racist incidents against Asian-Americans. 
Woman Shot In Robbery Targeting Owner Of Beverly Hills Jewelry StoreA woman was shot Thursday afternoon in an apparent robbery attempt at an upscale restaurant in Beverly Hills.
New COVID Vaccine Site Opening At USC, City Working To Get Doses To Homebound ResidentsMayor Eric Garcetti Thursday announced that a new Los Angeles city-run site will open next week at the University of Southern California.
Senate Votes To Kick Off Marathon Debate Over $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief BillThe Senate voted to proceed to debate over President Biden's $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package on Thursday, kicking off a flurry of activity aimed at getting a final bill to the president's desk before several key relief programs expire on March 14.
Family Of Marine Corps Veteran Fatally Shot By CHP Officer Files $15M Claim Against StateThe family of a man fatally shot last month by California Highway Patrol officers has filed a multi-million dollar claim against the state.
Orange County Reaches Grim Milestone, Surpasses 4,000 COVID-19 DeathsDespite continuing good news on COVID-19 statistics, Orange County reached one unfortunate milestone Thursday when its coronavirus death toll surpassed the 4,000 mark.
CA Updates Face Mask Guidance, Joins CDC In Suggesting Double-MaskingFollowing the lead of federal health authorities, California officials Thursday urged residents in the Southland and across the state to consider wearing two masks to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
'One Word Can Make The Difference': Locals Talk Pet Peeves On National Grammar DayDo you know the difference between they're, there and their? What about when to use it's versus its? If you still struggle knowing when you use who or whom, you're not alone.
DEA Warns Of Aggressive Scammers Texting Fake FBI Badges To Extort Money, Steal Personal InformationThe Drug Enforcement Administration issued a warning Thursday of callers impersonating agents to extort money or steal personal information from people.
Movement Started To Stop Hate Crimes Towards Asians As LA Sees 114% IncreaseA movement called "Asians With Attitudes" is aimed at uniting all Asians and allies to stand up and fight back against a surge in racism and hate crimes.

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