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CBSNLA: The Rundown (Jan. 17 AM Edition)Here are the latest headlines in local news and weather. Updated twice daily.
Sandra Shells, ER Nurse Who Was Viciously Attacked On Thursday While Waiting For Bus, Has DiedSandra Shells, the emergency room nurse of nearly 40-years at County-USC Medical Center has succumbed to the injuries she sustained when she was attacked while waiting for a bus to take her to work on Thursday. The man whom attacked her was arrested and is being held on $2 million bail.
COVID-19 Testing Demand Still Rising, Health Experts See Decline ComingThere is no slow down in the rush to get tested for COVID-19 but health experts expect the winter surge to slow down by the end of the month.
Fatal Three Car Crash in Pasadena Shuts Down Michillinda Avenue#SKY9 was over a fatal car crash in Pasadena under a freeway overpass near Michillinda Avenue and Colorado Boulevard. Three passengers inside the vehicle have died, with one of the victim's being pronounced deceased at the hospital.
Pursuit Of Suspected KidnapperPolice are in pursuit of a driver suspected of kidnapping.
Legendary LA Broadcaster Michael Jackson DiesIconic LA broadcaster Michael Jackson died Saturday after a prolonged battle with Parkinson's disease. He was 87-years-old.
Marina Del Rey Dock Damaged By Saturday Tsunami SurgeDolphin Marina Docks in Marina Del Rey suffered minor damage from the tsunami surge Saturday.
LA County Reports Highest Death Total Due to COVID-19 Since April 2021For the third-straight day, Los Angeles County has reported over 40,000 positive cases of COVID-19, and with 66 additional deaths reported on Saturday, Los Angeles County's death toll due to the Coronavirus pandemic has surpassed 28,000. The reported total is also the most since April 2021.
Union Pacific Rep: 'We're Paying The Price As Consumers' For Increased Train Robberies In LALaurie Perez reports from San Pedro on continued problem of Union Pacific cargo containers being robbed while on a section of train tracks in the Lincoln Heights area. A spokeswoman for Union Pacific speaks with Perez about the issue and the added issue of thieves serving little to no time for their looting.