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COVID-19 Outbreaks Increasing In LA County As Cases Keep Rising

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – With COVID-19 infections on the rise countywide, health officials said Wednesday they are investigating a rapidly growing number of outbreaks, particularly in non-residential settings that have seen a five-fold increase over the past two weeks. “We’re gonna do what we have to do, when we go inside we are wearing our masks willingly but it would be really nice when everyone gets the vaccine,” said Robin Davidson, who was traveling Wednesday night. Overall, the county reported another 2,454 COVID-19 cases Wednesday, lifting the cumulative total from throughout the pandemic to 1,290,226. Another 15 fatalities were reported, raising the...
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Kelly Clarkson Goes Makeup Free In A Louis Vuitton Jacket After Winning Primary Custody Battle

Fresh faced: Kelly Clarkson arrived at work makeup free amid support rulings with soon-to-be ex-husband Brandon Blackstock. Kelly Clarkson is back to work after her custody battle win and divorce proceedings. The singer, 39, arrived at the Universal Studios lot in Los Angeles looking fresh faced sans makeup on Tuesday, July 27. The star rocked a comfortable all-black ensemble, including a Louis Vuitton jacket, sneakers, and leggings. Kelly finished the look with purple-tinted aviator sunglasses, as seen in photos HERE.
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Disney World, Disneyland Will Require All Guests To Wear Masks Indoors Starting Friday

ANAHEIM (CBSLA) — Disney is the latest of companies to adjust its coronavirus-related policies as the more contagious Delta variant continues to spread. Starting Friday, Disney will require all parkgoers, regardless of vaccination status, to wear face coverings indoors at Disneyland in Anaheim, California, and Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida. The policy change came as coronavirus cases were on the rise in the U.S. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended on Tuesday that fully vaccinated Americans in parts of the country with “substantial or high transmission” of COVID-19 should return to wearing masks indoors. The new policy applies to guests two years and older. Masks remain optional for outdoor activities at Disney sites.
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Concerts in Memorial Park has well-known musical lineup

After a year-long hiatus, Monday Night Concerts makes it return to Claremont with a five-week summer series beginning on Monday, August 2. The concerts will run throughout every Monday in August starting at 7 p.m. at Memorial Park. With five Mondays in the month, the series will feature a new artist each week bringing a new genre of sound to Claremonters.
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‘The Jet Man Is Back’: Another Possible Jet Pack Sighting Reported Near LAX

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — There was another possible jet pack sighting reported Wednesday evening near Los Angeles International Airport. “A Boeing 747 pilot reported seeing an object that might have resembled a jet pack 15 miles east of LAX at 5,000 feet altitude,” a Federal Aviation Administration spokesperson said in a statement. “Out of an abundance of caution, air traffic controllers alerted other pilots in the vicinity.” In recordings obtained by CBS Los Angeles, air traffic control personnel could be heard talking to a pilot about the reported sighting. ATC: Skywest 3626, use caution. The jet man is back, let me know if you see him.” ATC: Skywest 3626, did you see the UFO? Pilot: We were looking, but we did not see Iron Man. Late last year, a number of similar reports were made, prompting the Federal Bureau of Investigation to get involved. A report issued by the agency said that the reported sightings were unlikely to involve an actual person with a jet pack.
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Santa Monica City Council Okays Employment Contract with New City Manager

The Santa Monica City Council this week approved the employment contract with its newly-appointed City Manager David White. AdvertisementWhite will earn an annual salary of $340,000 plus benefits and start his new post on October 11, city officials said. Under the negotiated contract, Santa Monica will also reimburse White's moving...
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