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Several UC schools will go remotely during the first 2 weeks of the winter termAmid the alarming increase in coronavirus cases following the emergence of the Omicron variant, UCLA joined several other University of California schools on Tuesday in announcing it would return to e-learning for at least the first two weeks of the winter term. Kara Finnstrom reports.

The Rose Parade will continue amid the winter waveThe city of Pasadena is moving forward with its biggest events of the year amid the latest wave of COVID-19.

Watch this: a festive display of lights by the residents of Culver CityCheck it out! Desmond Shaw of KCAL 9 hovers over a festive light show in a Culver City neighborhood. If you’d like Desmond to take a look at something interesting, email us at [email protected]

Fans cheer on Rams after match postponedSeats at SoFi Stadium were filled with the masked masses for the rescheduled Los Angeles Rams game as the NFL and the world pivoted with increasing cases of COVID.

Local small business owners see high turnout this Christmas seasonNicole Comstock reports from Montrose where the seven-block stretch of mom and pop-centric retail stores and restaurants sees a constant stream of customers wanting to shop in person.

5 smoke and vape shops in 4 cities stolen at gunpoint on Monday nightRick Montanez reports from Lakewood where three gunmen, believed to be in their 20s, robbed Cora’s Market, likely their fourth stop in a wave of robberies at five stores.

California to require healthcare workers to receive COVID-19 booster injectionGov. Gavin Newsom’s office announced on Tuesday that the state will soon require all healthcare workers to receive the COVID-19 recall, as concerns about a sharp increase in the number of cases continue to rise.

Rescued baby sea otter moves to new home at Aquarium of the Pacific in Long BeachA baby sea otter who was found orphaned off Pismo Beach has a new home at the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach.

1 person taken to hospital after filming in Baldwin HillsDesmond Shaw of Sky2 reports from Baldwin Hills where Los Angeles Police Department officers were investigating a shooting that resulted in a victim being taken to hospital in an unknown condition.

Judge rejects preliminary injunction for firefightersThis is the third recent decision involving unsuccessful challenges to the vaccination order for city workers taken by firefighters and the LAPD union.

Both PCH branches closed in Big Rock after fatal collisionOne person has died after a collision between a cyclist and a vehicle on the Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu.

Voices of Veterans: No one is left behindWhile our soldiers receive the best training in the world for what they might encounter while on the job, it’s impossible to predict every situation. Our troops often rely on the locals who support our mission for assistance in terms of language and information and they are often invaluable. Today, Veterans’ Voices takes a look at a non-profit organization dedicated to helping those who have helped us even after the mission has ended.

Testing the key to a safe holiday celebrationDr Suman Radhakrihna, director of infectious diseases at Dignity Health, advocates that people do testing before and after holiday gatherings.

COVID-19 boosters in high demand with holidays and increasing casesKristine Lazar reports from Studio City where pharmacies are seeing an increase in business from people lining up to get their COVID-19 booster shots.

Man in critical condition, injured after being hit by SUV in downtownTwo men were injured Tuesday after being struck by an SUV in Los Angeles’s Mid-City neighborhood before the vehicle crashed into a retaining wall.

CBSNLA: The Rundown (December 21 edition)Here are the latest headlines from local news and weather. Updated twice a day.

Dr Kimberly Petrick gives tips for staying safe during holiday gatheringsKaiser Permanente family doctor Dr. Kimberly Petrick joins the show and helps us understand the current COVID-19 situation and how to protect yourself while on vacation.

Residents of Monrovia in burn scar areas on high alert with incoming storm systemKandiss Crone reports from Monrovia where concerned residents said they were monitoring changing weather conditions and possible mudslides and debris, with another storm occurring just after the previous weeks.

Nearly 20 people detained after Homeland Security raids on contraband boatDepartment of Homeland Security agents on Tuesday arrested 18 people in Newport Beach on suspicion of entering the country illegally on a boat.

CHiPs For Kids Toy DriveHelp make a difference in the lives of a child or teen in need this holiday season!

UC system makes changes to start next quarterEligible students and staff returning to University of California campuses will need to be given a COVID-19 booster shot when class resumes, University of California President Michael V. Drake said on Tuesday. in a letter.

Garcetti informs residents about COVID-19 and OmicronMayor Eric Garcetti held a press conference asking residents to be careful this holiday season.

LAX Holiday Travel Season Heats UpLos Angeles International Airport welcomes hundreds of thousands of visitors a day as vacation season travel intensifies. Kara Finnstrom reports.

Olga Ospina weather forecast (December 21)A maximum of 63 for the beaches and 70 for the valleys on Tuesday.

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