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John Gregory

ABC7 Eyewitness News

California, United States

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Recent articles by John:

LAPD sees apparent spike in shootings, homicides

The LAPD is dealing with an apparent spike in violent crime as officers have responded to nearly 50 shootings since last Monday. → Read More

Coronavirus: Gov. Newsom extends state eviction moratorium through September

Gov. Gavin Newsom extended an authorization allowing local governments to delay evictions through the end of September for renters impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

LA Metro board to vote on replacing armed officers on transit

The LA County Metro board of directors will consider whether to replace armed officers on public transit amid the growing movement across the nation to overhaul policing procedures. → Read More

Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach reopens this weekend

The Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach is reopening Friday with new safety measures after it closed nearly three months ago due to the novel coronavirus. → Read More

Santa Monica couple sees dreams shattered after optometry business ransacked by looters

The owners of a Santa Monica optometry business have been hit hard with back-to-back devastation -- first the COVID-19 shutdown, then they were wiped out by looting. → Read More

George Floyd protests continue in Los Angeles, Santa Monica and across Southern California as demonstrators demand justice

Hundreds of people again took to the streets of Southern California Thursday for marches sparked by the in-custody death of George Floyd in Minnesota, and long-simmering frustrations over incidents of police brutality. → Read More

Protests continue across SoCal over George Floyd death

Demonstrations are expected to resume across Southern California on Wednesday after mainly peaceful protests were held in every state in the country and across the world one week after the in-custody killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police. → Read More

CVS opening 91 new drive-thru coronavirus testing sites in California

CVS is expanding its COVID-19 testing program by opening 91 more sites across California at select drive-thru locations. → Read More

Citadel Outlets in Commerce reopens for in-person shopping with new safety measures

The Citadel Outlets in Commerce reopens Thursday for in-person shopping with physical distancing and safety measures in place. → Read More

Reopening California: 46 DMV field offices resume operations after being temporarily shuttered amid pandemic

The DMV has reopened 46 more field offices to the public on Thursday. Those offices will be able to help customers with appointments and with limited transactions that require an in-person visit. → Read More

Coronavirus: AAA anticipates possible record-low holiday travel

The summer travel season was supposed to kick off Friday, but airports will look more like ghost towns this year because of the novel coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Seal Beach allows access to beaches on weekends, reopens parking lots

Seal Beach is taking steps toward easing restrictions ahead of Memorial Day weekend by extending beach hours and opening more beach parking lots. → Read More

WATCH LIVE: 3 flyovers in Southern California today will honor COVID-19 front-line workers

HONORING HEROES: Southern California will see three different flyovers today honoring workers on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

WATCH LIVE: U.S. Air Force conducts flyover in Antelope Valley to salute front line workers

Southern California will get the chance to see three different flyovers Thursday as part of a nationwide effort from different sectors of the U.S. military honoring frontline workers battling COVID-19. → Read More

LA County beaches reopen with restrictions after 2 months

Beach visitors will be required to be engaged in some sort of activity in order to be on the sand, such as walking, swimming and surfing. → Read More

Monrovia small business struggling during coronavirus pandemic takes first step of reopening

As California begins to ease restrictions, a small business in Monrovia struggling during the coronavirus pandemic will open its doors for curbside pickup Friday. → Read More

SoCal businesses turn to steep discounts, new marketing methods to keep afloat

Amid the coronavirus economic downtown, many Southern California small companies are offering steep discounts and turning to social media marketing to try to stay in business. → Read More

Coronavirus: How to protect your skin from side effects of wearing mask amid pandemic

Wearing face masks can increase acne -- what many are calling "maskne." Doctors have seen an increase in treating acne, among other skin irritations, since the mandate of wearing masks in public. → Read More

Coronavirus pandemic: El Monte offering $10,000 grants to small businesses affected by downturn

The city of El Monte is offering one-time grants to as many as 55 small businesses. To apply, companies must have 20 or fewer employees and be in operation for at least a year. → Read More

Coronavirus crisis: Produce industry struggling with glut, lack of buyers amid restaurant shutdowns

The produce industry, like Listo Produce and L.A. Produce Association, is struggling with a surplus of produce, but not enough buyers, with business down for some around 50% since the coronavirus forced the shut down of many restaurants. → Read More