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Disneyland guests enjoy a day at the park on Jan. 13. An outbreak of measles traced back to the busy theme park before Christmas has spread rapidly to four states.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Christina House / For The Times

Miami Heat defender Luol Deng applies pressure on Lakers guard Kobe Bryant at Staples Center in Los Angeles. Miami won the game. The Lakers could shut down Bryant for the rest of the season sometime after the All-Star break.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Luis Sinco / Los Angeles Times

Artisan Joaquin Quintero uses heat and cupric acid to apply the green patina to an actor statue at the American Fine Arts Foundry in Burbank where the solid bronze awards are being cast for the Screen Actors Guild awards show later this month.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Mark Boster / Los Angeles Times

Ohio State football Coach Urban Meyer, left, greets fans as he and his team arrive at Rickenbacker International Airport in Groveport, Ohio, after a College Football Playoff win over the Oregon Ducks.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Paul Vernon / Associated Press

Officials investigate the scene of a prison transport bus crash in Penwell, Texas. The bus carrying prisoners and corrections officers fell from an overpass in West Texas and crashed onto tracks below, where it was hit by a train.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Mark Sterkel / Odessa American

Arctic sea smoke rises on the Royal River in Yarmouth, Maine, as a worker uses a push boat to break ice around a dredging operation. The temperature at sunrise was -8 degrees. Sea smoke occurs when extremely cold air passes over warmer water.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Robert F. Bukaty / Associated Press

A hippopotamus swims in its enclosure at the San Diego Zoo. The name hippopotamus comes from the ancient Greek for "river horse."

PHOTOGRAPH BY: MARK RALSTON / AFP/Getty Images

A woman walks past a sign that translates as "Charlie Hebdo - Sold Out" at a newsstand in Montpellier as the latest edition of the French satirical weekly goes on sale. The first issue published since a jihadist attack decimated its editorial staff last week sold out within minutes at kiosks across France.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: PASCAL GUYOT / AFP/Getty Images

Workers of German carmaker Volkswagen raise their hands to vote during an assembly on the ninth day of an indefinite strike after 800 jobs were cut by the company at the Anchieta plant, south of Sao Paulo, Brazil.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: NELSON ALMEIDA / AFP/Getty Images

Toyota driver Giniel De Villiers of South Africa and co-driver Dirk Von Zitzewitz of Germany compete during Stage 9 of the Dakar 2015 between Iquique and Calama, Chile.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: FRANCK FIFE / AFP/Getty Images

A horse in a field after heavy snow fell near Londonderry in Northern Ireland. More than 100 schools and nurseries have been shut and many roads closed as snow and wintry weather swept across Britain.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: PAUL FAITH / AFP/Getty Images

Ukrainians fish in the frozen river Dnipro in Kiev.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Efrem Lukatsky / AFP/Getty Images

Filipino children gesture beside a picture of Pope Francis in Manila. Millions of faithful will greet Pope Francis during his visit to the Philippines, Asia's largest Catholic-majority country.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: FRANCIS R. MALASIG / EPA

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Wednesday’s Pictures in the News begins in Southern California, where Disneyland guests enjoy a day at the park. Disneyland was filled with holiday tourists from around the world the week before Christmas when someone with measles spread the disease. Since then, at least 26 patients have been identified in California, Utah, Colorado and Washington state, and there are probably more out there. Read story

Burbank: Artisan Joaquin Quintero uses heat and cupric acid to apply the green patina on one of the actor statues at the American Fine Arts Foundry in Burbank where the solid bronze awards are being cast for the Screen Actors Guild awards show later this month.

Columbus, Ohio: Ohio State football Coach Urban Meyer, left, greets fans as he and his team arrive at Rickenbacker International Airport, after a College Football Playoff win over the Oregon Ducks.

Penwell, Texas: Officials investigate the scene of an accident, where a prison transport bus fell from an overpass in West Texas and crashed onto tracks below where it was hit by a train, killing 10.

Montpellier, France: A woman walks past a sign which translates as “Charlie Hebdo – Sold Out – displayed at a newsstand as the latest edition of the French satirical weekly goes on sale.

Add stops in Ireland, Maine, Brazil, Chile and San Diego to round out the report.

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