As LA Reopens On June 15, Shedding Most COVID-19 Safety Protocols, Unanswered Questions RemainThe LA County Public Health Department held a town hall meeting Thursday even and tried to answer the many questions that residents, employees and businesses have regarding reopening guidelines.
Cal-OSHA's New Workplace Mask Guidelines Lead To Confusion For Some EmployersCal-OSHA's new mask guidelines, set to go into effect June 15, are causing some confusion among employees and employers
City Employee Diagnosed With Typhus Last Year Still Not Well Enough To Return To WorkCBS2/KCAL9's Jake Reiner spoke to Liz Greenwood Thursday evening.
Construction Company Says Worker Who Fell Had No Reason To Be On 53rd FloorA construction worker fell to his death from the Wilshire Grand Tower high-rise building Thursday in downtown Los Angeles.
ExxonMobil Fined $566K Following Probe Into Torrance Refinery ExplosionThe California agency that investigates workplace accidents has cited and fined ExxonMobil more than $560,000 dollars for workplace safety and health violations following a probe into February's explosion at a Torrance refinery.
Worker, 24, Electrocuted At Home In EncinoCAL OSHA is investigating the accident.
Stuntman Critically Injured After Blast During Filming Near Dodger StadiumAuthorities say a stuntman suffered burns while filming in the Elysian Heights Park area, north of Dodger Stadium.
Thousands Of Elevators Found Running With Expired PermitsEven though elevators are supposed to be inspected every year, we found permits in elevators well past the deadline -- tens of thousands of expired permits statewide. It's a potential for a hazard.