Take a look at four stories to watch for Wednesday.
California Has Another $770M in Unclaimed Cash
The state recently added $770 million to its staggering sum of unclaimed cash, money transferred to the state for safekeeping until claimed by its rightful owner. The money includes bank accounts that might have been forgotten, uncashed checks, insurance policy money and other items. See whether some of that cash might belong to you.
Local news from across Southern California
LA's Typhus Outbreak: Breeding Grounds for an Epidemic
For months rat-infested trash has been piling up on Ceres Avenue, a street that connects downtown LA's bustling produce and garment districts. Now, health officials say accumulations of trash like this could be a cause of an outbreak of the bacterial disease typhus. Click here to see the I-Team report.
'Just Like He's Disappeared': Mystery Surrounds Missing Delivery Driver
Police are searching for a delivery truck driver who disappeared on the job. Cole Barrett didn't check in as usual during a delivery run in Brea, but his unoccupied truck was found with his cellphone and wallet inside. Click here for updates on this story.
DTLA Installation Celebrates 90 Years of Mickey Mouse
A new pop-up art installation is opening at Lupetti Pizzeria in the Arts District on Wednesday. "Mickey: The True Original Exhibition" is a tribute to nine decades of Disney's iconic mouse. Click here for details.