The number of coronavirus cases continues to spike across the Southland.

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Coronavirus Cases, Hospitalizations Continue To Spike In SouthlandThe number of coronavirus cases continues to spike across the Southland.
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.
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.
David Goldstein Investigation: LA County Charter Schools Received Over $78 Million In PPP MoneyWe found nearly $78 million in PPP money going to LA Charter Schools, with over $4.5 million alone going to Palisades Charter High, even though it is receiving all of its public funding.
Riverside County Urges Residents To Cooperate With Contact Tracing EffortsAs intensive care unit beds continued to fill up with new coronavirus patients, fewer people were cooperating with Riverside County contact tracers.
Northridge Family Subjected To Anti-Asian Racist Rant In CarmelBrittney Hopper reports.
Coronavirus Controversy: OC Health Department Doesn't Require Restaurants To Report OutbreaksSome residents are concerned that restaurants aren't required to report this information.
LA County Reports Record-High 4,000 Cases, Officials Say Half Of Increase Due To Delayed ReportsThe Southland continued to see spikes in coronavirus cases Tuesday, with Los Angeles County reporting more than 4,000 new cases, though officials said have of those were due to delayed reporting.
Southland Universities Weigh Impact Of ICE Directive On International StudentsUniversities across the Southland Tuesday said they were reviewing a directive from federal immigration authorities that could force thousands of international students out of the country if schools offer online-only courses due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Trump Pushes States To Reopen Schools This Fall As Coronavirus Pandemic RagesAs the coronavirus pandemic rages across the nation, hospitals from Florida to California are nearing capacity. The news comes as President Donald Trump said he would put pressure on governors and other state leaders to reopen classrooms this fall
Who's Hiring: SoFi StadiumSoFi Stadium is looking to hire 3,000 new team members doing everything from ticket taking and parking to security and maintenance.
Fire Crews Put Out Blaze At Pico-Union Paint StoreAccording to the Los Angeles Fire Department, the blaze started at about 6:30 p.m. outside of the shop in the 1600 block of Vermont Avenue.
LA County Votes To Initiate Plan To Close Men’s Central Jail Within The YearThe Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted 4-0 Tuesday to initiate a plan to close Men’s Central Jail in within the year.
West Nile Virus Reemerges In Long Beach, Marking City’s First Human Case Of 2020The West Nile virus reemerged in the Southland on Tuesday, with the city of Long Beach reporting its first human case of the year.
California AG Sues Department Of Education Over CARES ActSecretary of Education Betsy DeVos wants to divert hundreds of millions from the CARES Act to private schools. Chris Holmstrom reports.
Evelyn Taft's Weather Forecast (July 6)Evelyn Taft takes a look at tonight's weather forecast.

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