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Only On CBS2: Sexual Assault Survivor Speaks OutA sexual assault survivor is speaking out against her former school tonight. She claims they chose athletics over her safety. Andrea Fujii reports.
Los Alamitos City Council Votes To Opt Out Of Sanctuary StatusEmotions exploded outside the Los Alamitos City Hall as the city council discussed the hot button issue Monday night.
Burbank Residents Gearing Up For More MudThe setup is much like what we saw with the storms last year – a strong low that originated from the Pacific tapping into a long fetch of subtropical moisture we call an atmospheric river event. These storms can deliver very impressive rainfall totals – and the models are implying they will do just that over the next several days.
SoCal Drivers React To Self-Driving Car Killing PedestrianUber has suspended all testing of its self-driving vehicles after a pedestrian was struck and killed. That accident happened in Tempe, Arizona when a driverless car hit a woman trying to cross the street. Tina Patel reports.
Burn Areas Bracing For Powerful StormThis storm system is expected to be the biggest of the season for Southern California. CBS2's Tom Wait reports.
CBSLA Evening Weather Brief (March 19)Clouds increasing with showers, some heavy, expected Tuesday and through most of the rest of the week. Garth Kemp reports.