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LOS ANGELES, CA — Share-worthy stories from across the Southland Patch cities to talk about tonight:

COVID-19 Kills More In LA This Week Than The Flu Did Last Year

Predicting an uptick in coronavirus cases as shutdown orders relax, county officials join the City of LA in mandating masks in public masks.

Nate 'n Al's Reopening In Beverly Hills

The legendary deli temporarily closed due to coronavirus mandates - a move that sparked panic-inducing rumors that it was closing for good.

Masks Now Required Outdoors And All Public Places In Los Angeles

Mayor Eric Garcetti's new order requires people walking down the street or strolling a beach to wear a mask or face covering.

Amber Alert: Abducted SoCal Girl Found, Father In Custody

Authorities have reportedly found the 5-year-old girl who was abducted by her father in North Hollywood.

Carrying A Flagpole To A Protest? Not In Laguna Beach

Open California protesters carrying flags on poles are no longer allowed to do so in Laguna Beach, the city says.

Melissa Etheridge's 21-Year-Old Son Dies Of Overdose

Beckett Cypher, whose parents were Melissa Etheridge and Julie Cypher and whose biological father was David Crosby, battled opioid addiction

Seal Beach Cancels Junior Lifeguard Program For 2020

While city staff decides to cancel 2020's Junior Lifeguards, here's what to do to maintain your priority registration for 2021's swim test.

Santa Anita Park Approved To Restart Racing Friday

After being forced to close its doors due to the pandemic, Santa Anita Park will be allowed to resume races without spectators.

Nearly 4,000 Confirmed Cases Of Coronavirus In Orange County

As Orange County opens up businesses, increases testing, an additional 229 people were confirmed to have coronavirus. 80, total, have died.

Historic Church Gutted By Intentionally Set Blaze, OCFA Reports

Flames ignited the abandoned landmark Orange County church in the early morning hours one week ago.

Watch: Student Wins Climate Change Contest With Powerful Video

A Santa Monica middle school student's video offers solutions for a serious climate change problem.

How Would Coronavirus Affect You? UC Irvine Makes Bold Prediction

The minds at UC Irvine believe they can predict how certain people will respond to coronavirus if infected.

Photographer Captures Life In Lockdown To Benefit LA Food Bank

A photographer in Palos Verdes is taking photos of loved ones outside their homes. Proceeds benefit the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank.

LA County Grapples With $2.5 Billion Deficit

The coronavirus pandemic has upended the county's budget, causing a massive drop in revenue as costs for fighting the outbreak skyrocket.

Watch: Camino Real Playhouse Virtual Theater Amid Coronavirus

San Juan Capistrano's favorite playhouse showcases their ShowOff! International Playwriting Festival winners in this extended intermission.

Unidentified Transient Struck, Killed In Huntington Beach

An unidentified victim, described only as a male transient, was struck by a 2014 Toyota Prius Wednesday.

1 Trapped In Ventura Boulevard Rollover Crash

A solo-vehicle crash on Ventura Boulevard left one person trapped when the vehicle landed upside down on the sidewalk Thursday

Firefighters Save San Juan Capistrano Home From Blaze

A home in San Juan Capistrano caught fire this week in the Via Zamora area.

LAPD Officers Shoot Man Involved In Family Dispute

Officers responding to reports of gunfire and a family dispute, shot and killed a man Thursday afternoon.

Photos: Culver City Volunteers Feed Hundreds At Drive-Up Location

Culver City volunteers are working with Nourish LA and the Wood Cafe to deliver food to locals in need and seniors.

Hiding Behind A Surgical Mask, Robber Hits LA Bank

Police hope someone will recognize a LA bank robber who donned a surgical mask — before the pandemic — and robbed a Wells Fargo bank.

Injured Mountain Biker Rescued In Tarzana

A 54-year-old cyclist was unable to walk after a fall at Marvin Braude Mulholland Gateway Park on West Mulholland Drive.

Woman Arrested For Selling Unapproved COVID-19 Testing Kits

A woman was arrested in Santa Monica for allegedly selling COVID-19 testing kits that were not approved by the FDA, police said.

Firefighters Knock Down Commercial Building Fire In Venice

Firefighters quickly extinguished flames at a commercial building fire in Venice early Thursday.

This article originally appeared on the North Hollywood-Toluca Lake Patch

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