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The data shows the unvaccinated don’t fear the virus, even

CNN — Coronavirus cases and hospitalizations are again rising in the US. All the evidence we have suggests that vaccines help prevent most cases, and those who are unvaccinated are putting themselves at major risk. Yet, all the data we have suggests that it is the unvaccinated who are the...
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Suspect Charged With Murder In Corona Movie Theater Shooting

After a shooting inside a Regal movie theater in Corona, suspect Joseph Jimenez was arrested and charged with murder, appearing in court July 30. The shooting occurred Monday, July 26, with the two victims suffering gunshot wounds inside an auditorium showing a 9:30 p.m. screening of The Forever Purge. Corona...
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Exclusive Video: Glenn Allen Brooks, 61, Of Huntington Beach Arrested Thursday In Connection To Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol Riot

HUNTINGTON BEACH (CBSLA) – A Huntington Beach man was arrested Thursday morning in connection to the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. Security camera video shows the moment just before the FBI raided the home of 61-year-old Glenn Allen Brooks, who owns a home remodeling firm, in Huntington Beach. Federal agents descended on Brooks’ residence just before 6 a.m. with shields up and weapons drawn. Federal agents ready to raid the home of Glenn Allen Brooks, wanted for participation in Jan. 6 Capitol riots, Thursday morning in Huntington Beach. (CBSLA) One of Brooks’ neighbors who did not want to be identified told CBSLA that...
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Less Than Half Of Hospital Employees Vaccinated At LA+USC Medical Center, Olive View UCLA Medical Center In Sylmar

SYLMAR (CBSLA) – As concerns over unvaccinated COVID-19 infected patients overwhelming hospitals in Los Angeles, data suggests that a large number of employees at area hospitals aren’t vaccinated against the coronavirus either. At County USC Medical Center in Boyle Heights, federal data shows about half of the workers have not received a COVID-19 vaccine. The same is true at Olive View UCLA Medical Center in Sylmar. Some doctors said that vaccination rates at hospitals often reflect the rates of the population or community that it serves and that health care workers are not immune to all the same misinformation everyone else sees. “It...
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DUI Suspect Arrested In Deadly Traffic Collision That Killed 2 People On 110 Freeway In South LA Sunday

SOUTH LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — A suspected drunk driver has been arrested in connection to a fatal traffic collision Sunday morning. Authorities said two people were killed in a crash in South Los Angeles that spurred the closure of the 110 Freeway temporarily. The crash unfolded on the southbound thoroughfare near Slauson Avenue and caused the deaths of a 43-year-old man and a 40-year-old woman in a 2014 Hyundai Elantra after being broadsided by a 2017 Buick Regal. They were both pronounced dead at the scene. The Buick’s driver was later identified as 30-year-old Wamervee Walton, arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence. The California Highway Patrol’s Central Los Angeles Area office urged anyone with information regarding the crash to contact them at 213-744-2331.
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Robbery Suspect Holes Up On Rooftop Before Being Arrested

FLORENCE (CBSLA) – A robbery suspect that Gardena Police and Los Angeles Police Departments were trying to take into custody refused, for a time, to surrender Sunday afternoon. The suspect holed up on a building rooftop off of South San Pedro Street between Manchester Avenue and East 87th Street for an hour. The man was eventually taken into custody by a team of LAPD officers. Another suspect in the robbery was arrested earlier.  
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Financial Schemer Sentenced – Over 6 Years for Skimming IDs at Nationwide Gaspumps

GLENDALE – A theft scheme using stolen credit/debit-card information has a Southern California man slapped with a heavy federal-violation sentence. For credit-card skimming fraud at the gaspumps, the Department of Justice (DOJ) U.S. Attorney’s Office Eastern District of Pennsylvania has announced that Verzh Movsisyan (43), of Glendale, was sentenced to six years and three months in prison, five years of supervised release, and was ordered to pay $599,000 in restitution.
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