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LASD Releases Video Of Deputy-Involved Shooting That Killed Father Of 3The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department released a video with footage of the June 6 deputy-involved shooting that left an unarmed father of three in Willowbrook.
Garden Grove Woman's Legs Amputated After Suspected DUI CrashThe unidentified woman was taken to UCI Medical Center in severe critical condition. She was treated for internal bleeding and had to have her legs amputated, Garden Grove police Lt. Carl Whitney said.
Caught On Video: Man Runs Off After Allegedly Tampering With Water Bottles At Mission Viejo StoreVideo of the incident shows him removing the lids off some water bottles, but authorities didn’t say if he did anything else.
Community Mourns Shooting Death Of DJ OfficialA makeshift memorial filled the street in front of a South Los Angeles home Tuesday afternoon.
More Than 1,000 Small Earthquakes Hit Southern CaliforniaOver the past three weeks, more than 1,000 small earthquakes have hit Southern California — mostly in Riverside and San Bernardino counties.
Police Arrest Suspect In Stater Bros. Market ShootingPolice Wednesday arrested one suspect in the June 10 shooting at Stater Bros. Market in San Bernardino.
Woman Says Her Ex Sold Her Puppy On Craigslist Without Her PermissionAshley Farley says she got Ella on May 5th and they were inseparable.
San Fernando Valley Residents Warned About LADWP Imposters"They didn't look official. They were just wearing their yellow vests. One was wearing a hard hat. The other was wearing a cap," says Sam Cividanis.
Lake Forest Residents Voice Concerns Over 5G TowersDozens gathered in Lake Forest Wednesday at a meeting to share their concerns about potential health impacts related to 5G technology.

CBS National News

Communities celebrate high school grads who enlistIt's high school graduation season, when many schools celebrate the colleges their students plan to attend. But some districts are also honoring graduates who decided to enlist in the military. Vladimir Duthiers has the story of a group that’s honored high schoolers heading into uniform for a decade.
Planned Parenthood won't comply with Missouri exam ruleMissouri's last remaining abortion clinic, Planned Parenthood of St. Louis, says it will not comply with a new state requirement to conduct a second pelvic exam before an abortion. CBS News reporter Kate Smith joined CBSN with more on what's at stake.
Workplace chat phenom Slack set to go public"I'll Slack you" is a common phrase in a certain workplaces—and many are betting it'll become a dominant form of workplace collaboration
Tech with a twist: Innovative program combines coding and danceOur series, A More Perfect Union, aims to show that what unites us as Americans is far greater than what divides us. In this installment, we introduce you to a corporate executive who spends his Saturdays teaching technology with a twist. Jericka Duncan stopped by for a lesson.
How to get a good night's sleep during long summer daysFriday is the Summer Solstice, the day we get more sunlight than any other day of the year. But all that light can throw off your circadian rhythm, which controls sleep patterns. Dr. Tara Narula joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the best ways to make sure you're getting enough sleep each night.
Freddie Mercury sings version of "Time Waits For No One" in previously unseen recordingA never-before-seen video of Queen's longtime frontman, Freddie Mercury, was released overnight. The stripped-down version of the song "Time Waits For No One" was recorded in 1986.

CBS World News

After David Ortiz mistakenly shot, alleged motive comes to lightPolice say the alleged mastermind in the shooting is a fugitive in the U.S.
Biden slams Trump's Iran policy as a "self-inflicted disaster""By walking away from diplomacy, Trump has made military conflict more likely. Another war in the Middle East is the last thing we need" Biden said.
Iran shoots down American drone in "clear message" to U.S.Tension in Mideast soars as U.S. and Tehran offer differing accounts of shoot down, and a missile apparently fired by Iranian-backed rebels in Yemen hits Saudi Arabia
Anger mounts as Hong Kong leader ignores protesters' ultimatumChinese-appointed Chief Executive Carrie Lam faces fresh groundswell of fury after ignoring demands to retract proposed extradition law
Iran shoots down American drone, further escalating tensionsIran says it shot down an American drone, raising fears that a larger military conflict could break out in the Middle East. Details are in dispute, but U.S. officials confirm an Iranian missile downed a Triton drone. Iran claims it was a different model. The U.S. says the surveillance drone was flying over the Strait of Hormuz in international airspace. Charlie D'Agata reports.
Iran shooting down U.S. drone is "another step up the escalatory ladder"CBS News senior national security contributor and former acting CIA director Michael Morell joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss Iran’s recent announcement that it shot down an American drone. Morell explains that the drone was monitoring the Iranian Navy at the time of the attack, which he describes as “another step up the escalatory ladder” in tensions between the two nations. He also stressed that the U.S. and its allies must work together to stop the conflict from escalating further.