Woman Shot, Critically Wounded By Long Beach School Security Officer Near Millikan HighA Long Beach Unified School District school safety officer shot the victim after responding to an altercation about a block from the school.
Student Fights Off Suspect In Violent Overnight Attack Near Chapman University Dorm: 'I Chased Him Back Up The Stairs, Cursing Him Out'The victim was standing in a courtyard making a phone call when the suspect jumped out of the bushes and attacked her.
Greater-Alarm Fire Collapses Commercial Building In Boyle HeightsThe fire burned for several hours Tuesday morning. There is no word on a cause.
Family Of Man Killed In DUI Crash Outraged Driver Spent Only One Week In JailA Riverside woman spent just seven days in jail after being sentenced for a death that happened when she was driving under the influence, and now the victim's family said the criminal justice system failed them.
Pasadena Considers Technology To Help Law Enforcement Detect GunshotsIn response to a rise in gun violence in Pasadena, city officials are considering utilizing a technology that detects gunshots in real-time.
LA County Reports 5 New COVID-19 Deaths; Hospitalizations Hold SteadyLos Angeles County's number of COVID-19-positive hospital patients held mostly steady Monday, increasing by one, while the county reported just five new virus-related deaths.
Sempra, SoCalGas To Pay Up To $1.8 Billion Over Aliso Canyon Gas BlowoutAttorneys representing more than 35,000 people impacted by the leak said Southern California Gas Co. and its parent company, Sempra Energy, will have to pay up to $1.8 billion to their clients.
Some Calif. Residents Face Losing Fire Protection Insurance After Moratorium Protecting Them ExpiredThousands of California residents could lose their fire protection insurance and face sky-high premiums after a state moratorium that protected them recently expired.
Local Unhoused Man Creates Wall Of Bicycles In KoreatownA large wall of bicycles created by a local unhoused man is lending a window into the increasing number of people living on the 4th Street sidewalk in Koreatown since the pandemic began.
Seager 2 HRs, Urías, Dodgers Win 100th, Keep Pace In NL WestThe dominant Dodgers rolled to win No. 100 of the season on Sunday afternoon with a mix that's served them well all season: terrific starting pitching, a few long homers and a shutdown bullpen.
Rams' Stafford Throws For 4 TDs, Outduels Brady And BucsMatthew Stafford passed for 343 yards and four touchdowns as he outdueled Tom Brady and led the Los Angeles Rams to a 34-24 victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Sunday.
Acura Grand Prix Of Long Beach Returned This Weekend After Pandemic Forced Cancellation Of Last Year's EventsOrganizers said that despite COVID-19 safety protocols, attendance will likely meet or exceed the 187,000 spectators who came to the last racing event in 2019.
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Mental Health Monday: How Mothers Cope With Stress While Working From HomeCBSLA's Chris Holmstrom takes a look at how some mothers are handling the stress of working from home while taking care of a child.
Sempra, SoCalGas To Pay Up To $1.8 Billion Over Aliso Canyon Gas BlowoutA settlement was reached Monday in the years-long battle over the Aliso Canyon storage facility which leaked natural gas beginning in 2015.
Joseph Jimenez Pleads Not Guilty By Reason Of Insanity In Corona Movie Theater Double MurderJoseph Jimenez, the suspect charged in the murders of Rylee Goodrich and Anthony Barajas at a Corona movie theater, entered a plea Monday of not guilty by reason of insanity.
Woman Dies, 2 Children Hurt In E-Bike Crash On San Juan Capistrano TrailA 36-year-old woman died and two children were hurt Saturday night in an electric bike crash on a trail in San Juan Capistrano.
Support Grows For Behind-The-Scenes Entertainment Industry WorkersIATSE and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers have been at odds over safety and working conditions. Lesley Marin reports.
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Del Rey Neighborhood Lives In Fear Of Nearby Homeless FiresLaurie Perez reports from Del Rey where neighbors have been documenting how often and how close fires from a nearby homeless encampment have encroached on their safety.
Rates Of Vaccination Among LAFD And LAPD Much Lower Than County ResidentsJeff Nguyen reports from North Hollywood on an LA Times investigation that revealed that more than half of the 2,500 coronavirus outbreaks among public safety agencies were among LAFD and LAPD.
CBS2 Investigation Uncovers Dozens Of Security Breaches At LAXA CBS2 investigation has found that there have been more than 100 security breaches at Los Angeles International Airport over the last six years.
CBS2 Investigates Gets Results; City Starts Testing Water After We Found High Levels Of E. Coli In Echo Park LakeThe City of Los Angeles has begun weekly testing of the water at Echo Park Lake after a CBS2 investigation showed high levels of e. coli bacteria.
'The Public Needs To Know': High Levels Of E. Coli Bacteria Found In Echo Park LakePeople are back out having fun on the swan boats and getting soaked under the fountain at Echo Park Lake, but is it safe?