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All California National Forests closed until September 17 due to wildfiresThe U.S. Forest Service announced Monday that all national forests will temporarily close due to wildfires until September 17.

CDC urges vaccinees to assess labor day weekend travel risks and unvaccinated people to stay homeStacey Butler reports from Santa Ana where many travelers to John Wayne Airport have said the pandemic will not affect their travel plans.

Caldor fire explodes over 200,000 acres and besieges Lake TahoeThe crews worked against the rapidly moving flames outside the Heavenly Mountain Ski Resort in Lake Tahoe. And the snow machines are being used as giant humidifiers as around 50,000 people are under evacuation order as the Caldor fire explodes over more than 200,000 acres.

Recall from California: Governor Gavin Newsom visits Bay Area with 14 days to go; Participation will be the keyWith two weeks before the recall election, Gov. Gavin Newsom was in the Bay Area to make his point. Meanwhile, experts say participation and enthusiasm will likely be key in determining whether Newsom can keep his job.

LA County Department of Health Reports 2,277 New COVID-19 Cases, 38 More DeathsThe LA County Department of Health on Wednesday reported nearly 2,300 new cases of COVID-19, 38 new deaths and 1,699 hospitalizations.

STEAM: Meet a LAFD Dispatch Battalion LeaderLos Angeles Fire Battalion Chief Tim Weurfel is assigned to the Office of Emergency Medical Services as the operation chief.

Encino couple on the run after being convicted in $ 18 million COVID relief fraud programAn Encino couple convicted in an $ 18 million COVID-19 relief fraud case earlier this summer cut their ankle monitoring bracelets and went on the run, the FBI reported Tuesday night.

Security cameras installed around Seal BeachPolice have installed a dozen cameras around Seal Beach’s main shopping district, capable of returning live footage and recording criminal activity.

CBSNLA: The Rundown (September 13 edition)Here are the latest headlines from local news and weather. Updated twice a day.

LAPD sheds light on Northridge Mall bomb threatThe Los Angeles Police Department was able to determine that a bag was left in the parking lot by a man who made previous threats. The LAPD bomb squad was able to determine that the contents of the bag were not explosive.

City of Los Angeles Launches Housing Is Key Assistance Program for Tenants and LandlordsThe City of Los Angeles has launched a new site to make it easier to obtain rent assistance for tenants and landlords.

Lawsuit claims Beverly Hills Police Department was profiled by people of colorLaurie Perez reports from Beverly Hills where civil rights attorney Ben Crump and local attorney Brad Gage announced a lawsuit against the city for alleged racial profiling of people of color.

Caldor fire explodes over 200,000 acres and besieges Lake TahoeThe crews worked against the rapidly moving flames outside the Heavenly Mountain Ski Resort in Lake Tahoe. And the snow machines are being used as giant humidifiers as around 50,000 people are under evacuation order as the Caldor fire explodes over more than 200,000 acres.

Bomb threat at Fashion Center in NorthridgeSky9 Chopper reporter Desmond Shaw delivers the latest news about a bomb threat at Fashion Center Mall in Northridge. The LAPD bomb squad is on the scene.

The COVID vaccine is here: should I get vaccinated?A few takeaways: Blacks and Latinos are four times more likely to suffer complications from COVID and the same groups are three times more likely to die from COVID

Dignity Health Sports Park Vaccination Clinic for SeniorsDignity Health is committed to vaccinating these underserved communities

You’re not aloneIf you need medical attention, don’t delay the care you need

Intruder Breaks Into Off-Campus UCLA Apartment, Sexually Assaults StudentAuthorities are looking for a man who broke into an off-campus apartment in Westwood and sexually assaulted a UCLA student last week.

Travelers move forward despite concerns over Delta variantThe CDC is urging unvaccinated people not to travel this Labor Day holiday weekend, and more and more destinations are placing restrictions on Americans. Tina Patel reports.

Los Angeles County to Pay $ 400,000 to End Legal Battle with Grace Community Church in Sun ValleyLos Angeles County and the state of California will pay hundreds of thousands of dollars to settle a lawsuit with a Sun Valley church that has repeatedly defied health restrictions during the COVID-19 pandemic. Katie Johnston reports.

LAPD officer injured in crash on Highway 210 in GlendoraA Los Angeles Police motorcyclist was injured in a crash on Freeway 210 in Glendora early Wednesday morning.

LAPD officer injured in crash on Highway 210 in GlendoraA Los Angeles Police motorcyclist was injured in a crash on Freeway 210 in Glendora early Wednesday morning.

Encino couple on the run after being convicted in $ 18 million COVID relief fraud programAn Encino couple convicted in an $ 18 million COVID-19 relief fraud case earlier this summer cut their ankle monitoring bracelets and went on the run, the FBI reported Tuesday night. Katie Johnston reports.

UCLA to Mandate Twice-Weekly COVID Test for Unvaccinated PeopleUCLA officials revised the college’s COVID-19 testing policies on Tuesday, and unvaccinated people “working, learning, or living” on campus will now be tested for COVID twice a week. Katie Johnston reports.

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