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Colin Powell, 1st Black US Secretary of State, dies at 84 of COVID-19 complications

WASHINGTON — Colin Powell, who served Democratic and Republican presidents in war and peace but whose sterling reputation was forever…

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Inside SoCal: 10/17 Wrap-Up

CHEF CURTIS STONETry your hand at making Chef’s Squid Ink Linguine with Clams, Fennel and Calabrian Chiles as seen on…

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Mid-October Heat and Santa Ana Winds Trigger Red Flag Warning

Temperatures about 10 degrees above normal will make mid-October feel more like summer Friday when a red flag warning is…

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LA City Councilman Mark Ridley-Thomas indicted on federal corruption charges

LOS ANGELES (CNS) — Los Angeles City Councilman Mark Ridley-Thomas and an ex-dean of USC’s School of Social Work were…

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Gabby Petito Died By Strangulation, Wyoming Coroner Finds

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A Wyoming coroner says the results of Gabby Petito‘s autopsy find that she died by strangulation…

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OC oil spill: Huntington Beach to reopen beach access after good news from water tests

HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. (KABC) — City and state beaches in Huntington Beach will reopen to the public Monday morning, more…

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Human Remains Discovered In Yucca Valley Amid Search For Missing Woman

YUCCA VALLEY (CBSLA) – Searchers looking for a missing woman Sunday in the rugged terrain of the Yucca Valley discovered…

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City And County Leaders Call For ‘Nuisance Declaration’ Over Pungent Odor In Carson

CARSON (CBSLA) – Hydrogen sulfide detected in the air near the 405 Freeway may be responsible for the pungent, sulfurous…

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PG&E warns of possible power shutoff for 22 counties, 25K customers in California starting Monday

SAN FRANCISCO — Pacific Gas & Electric said it may shut off power to about 25,000 customers in 22 counties…

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‘Enjoy Halloween’: Fauci Says It’s OK to Trick-or-Treat Outside This Year

The government’s top infectious diseases expert says families can feel safe trick-or-treating outdoors this year for Halloween as COVID-19 cases…

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