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Shaq’s Fun House: The Big Man is ComingCBS reporter Rick Montanez was joined on the red carpet by Shaquille O’Neal himself at Shaq’s Fun House, a huge party to kick off Super Bowl weekend with a bang.

Shaq’s Fun House festivities are underwayAs celebrities and attendees begin to arrive, Rick Montanez was on hand as the party got underway at Shaq’s Fun House in the Shrine Auditorium – a larger-than-life event, like former Lakers big man himself Shaquille O ‘Neal.

Check it out: the pride of ramsFrom the US Bank Tower and City Hall to a Los Angeles bus depot, Sky9’s Desmond Shaw shows us buildings across the city lit up in yellow and blue in support of the Ram’s and their bid for a Super Super Bowl this Sunday.

Super Bowl ticket prices plummet midweek, though experts say it won’t lastJoy Benedict reports from Inglewood where many fans are opting for game day seats located at their local bar instead of SoFi Stadium where ticket prices may have dropped but are still in the thousands.

Former LAPD chief Charlie Beck withdraws support for LA County prosecutor George GascónPolitical reporter Tom Wait reports comments by former LAPD Chief Charlie Beck regarding his previous endorsement of LA County DA George Gascón, saying Friday he was now rescinding his endorsement.

Shaq’s Fun House set to kick off Super Bowl weekend with great fanfareThe annual pre-Super Bowl party hosted by former Lakers big man Shaquille O’Neal traveled to Los Angeles ahead of Sunday’s big game. Rick Montanez was on hand to signal that the celebrities and attendance began to arrive.

TSA deploys VIPR security team for Super BowlIn addition to the other security measures already in place for Super Bowl LVI, the TSA is also deploying its Visible Intermodal Prevention and Response, or VIPR, team for Sunday’s big game.

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Real estate developer Rick Caruso announces bid for Los Angeles mayor“I believe in the LA dream – and I know we can end homelessness, crime and corruption. But politicians can’t,” Caruso said on Twitter after filing for office. from the clerk on Friday afternoon.

Big Game Roundtable with Jim HillJim Hill sits down with The Talk’s Jerry O’Connell and Akbar Gbajabiamila ahead of the Super Bowl on Sunday to get their thoughts and picks for the big game MORE, Chris Hayre is joined by The Athletic’s Daniel Popper and Bally Sports’ Sarina Morales

Father of local teen who died of COVID warns parents of risks of not getting vaccinatedMichele Gile reports from Costa Mesa where Lee Stonum, an Orange County attorney, just lost his healthy 17-year-old daughter who was not vaccinated against COVID. Stonum speaks out now, hoping to spare others the same devastating heartbreak.

Super Bowl: House split for two SoCal nativesZak and Kalika Johnson may live under the same roof as husband and wife, but when it comes to which team they’re cheering on in Super Bowl LVI, they couldn’t be more divided.

Andrew Whitworth named Walter Payton NFL Man of the YearRams offensive tackle Andrew Whitworth is this year’s Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year, an award that honors a player’s volunteer and charitable work as well as excellence on the field.

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Navigate Inglewood before Super Bowl LVIWith multiple road closures and nearly 100,000 people set to descend on Inglewood on Sunday alone, transport officials have been working to put in place additional options for football fans. However, many residents of Inglewood, on the other hand, plan to avoid leaving their homes altogether.

Stub Hub Spokesman Adam Budelli Talks Super Bowl Ticket PricesTicket prices for the big game dropped by around $2,000 midweek, according to Budelli, who says the average price is currently $3,400, with no around 3,000 tickets left on sale on Stub. Hub.

Rams Superfans head to the Super Bowl Join DeMarco Morgan outside SoFi StadiumDeMarco Morgan was joined by Da’Mon Jackson and Marvin Smith Jr., a pair of Rams superfans, outside SoFi Stadium on Friday morning, where they discussed their fandom, what it means to host and to play in the same Super Bowl and their excitement. are for the big game on Sunday.

Andrea Castillo and Coach Steve Rodriguez of ‘The Watts Rams’ talk about Project Blue“Project Blue” was created in 2013 to help bridge the gap between communities and police through sport. The Watts Rams, a team in this program, were recently selected to receive Super Bowl tickets for all kids involved! DeMarco Morgan is joined by coach Steve Rodriguez and one of the players, Andrea Castillo. Andrea will help with the in-game draw!

Norco students protest statewide mask mandateHundreds of students in the Corona Norco Unified School District continue to attend class without masks, despite the statewide mandate. According to the district, about 200 students have participated in the mask protest since last Friday.

Arrested in sycamore fire, families return to burned neighborhoodAuthorities have arrested a man they believe was involved in starting the brush fire that struck a Whittier neighborhood on Thursday, along with several other fires in the area.

Super Bowl: FBI sets up ‘war room’ in Westwood to coordinate Super Bowl securityKristine Lazar reports from West Los Angeles where she receives a guided tour of the FBI’s Intelligence Operations Center which coordinates Super Bowl security among federal, state and local law enforcement partners.

Body Cam Video Released 2017 Deputy Shooting That Killed Dumpster DiverEdward Paul Manning’s family is suing the county in the shooting, and the judge had ordered the release of the video. reports Amy Johnson.

Bears’ Robinson Gifts Super Bowl PackageAs part of Chicago’s Dovetail Project for Parents, Bears wide receiver Allen Robinson helped sponsor an all-expenses-paid trip to Los Angeles and 2 Super Bowl tickets to a father who graduated at the top of his class .

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