Restaurant chain is taking temperature of would-be patrons before dining to help fight coronavirus

As the spread of coronavirus continues, one restaurant chain is taking a proactive approach to fighting off the coronavirus.  The Sichuan Impression restaurant greets every would-be customer by taking their body temperature at the door, so any potential for spreading the coronavirus would not occur at their establishment. If the infrared thermometer reads more than 100 degrees, the would-be customer is politely asked to leave.

Body found outside home in Alhambra

The Los Angeles County Sheriffs Department is investigating a possible homicide after a bloody body was found with a cardboard box over the head in the backyard of a home in Alhambra.