CBSLA The Rundown: 11/28 8amHeavy snowfall shut down the 5 Freeway through the Grapevine in the Tejon Pass Thanksgiving morning as a storm continues to pummel the region.
CBSLA The Rundown: 11/27 8amDrivers headed through the Grapevine Wednesday morning were greeted with snow flurries and were advised to be aware of slippery, icy conditions as a storm front moved through the region.
CBSLA The Rundown: 11/26 8amCold, howling winds raked Southern California overnight, wreaking havoc on freeways and bringing down a large tree in Panorama City onto two parked vehicles.
CBSLA The Rundown: 11/25 8amA vacant five-story commercial building fire that was believed to be extinguished on Sepulveda Boulevard flared up again Sunday night.
CBSLA The Rundown: 11/22 8amFive people injured, two critically, in a two-vehicle crash in Koreatown Friday morning.
CBSLA The Rundown: 11/21 8amA 16-year-old student who opened fire on his classmates last week at Saugus High School in Santa Clarita – killing two of them before turning the gun on himself -- used an unregistered “kit gun,” authorities disclosed Thursday.
CBSLA The Rundown: 11/20 8amEvacuations were ordered at the Santa Monica Pier and on the city’s beaches Wednesday after lightning strikes were reported.
CBSLA The Rundown: 11/19 8amPolice were called to a report of a car crash into a million-dollar Arcadia home, but instead found a suspected drug lab that had exploded.
CBSLA The Rundown: 11/18 8amAuthorities say have checked out several threats of violence against schools in Santa Clarita, even as the community grieves two students killed in a shooting at Saugus High School last week. Saugus High will remain closed through Thanksgiving break, although all other schools in the Hart Union High School District reopened Monday. 
CBSLA The Rundown: 11/15 8amAll schools in the William S. Hart Unified School District will be closed Friday, a day after a shooting left two Saugus High School students dead and the 16-year-old gunman in grave condition from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
CBSLA The Rundown: 11/13 8amThe California Attorney General is preparing for a showdown Tuesday in the U.S. Supreme Court — the outcome of which could decide the fate of 700,000 DACA recipients.