Director Quentin Tarantino responded on Wednesday night to criticism over his remarks concerning police shootings. Tarantino said his critics are trying to slander and silence him rather than deal with the issues he's raised. Dave Bryan reports.
Stolen Motorcycle Suspect Killed In West Hills After Crashing Into Another VehicleA supposed stolen motorcycle suspect was fleeing from authorities on Thursday at speeds of up to 130 miles per hour when he crashed into another vehicle, launching himself into the air. He died at the scene, and the two vehicles in the other vehicle were transported to a nearby medical center with non-life-threatening injuries.
New Details Emerge In Vanessa Bryant's Lawsuit Against LA CountyAttorneys for Bryant claim that pictures of Kobe and Gianna's bodies were passed around on 28 LA County Sheriff's Department devices and others belonging to a dozen firefighters.
Workers In Orange County Demand Right To Work From HomeWhile Omicron continues to spread in Orange County, employees from Orange County Social Services Agency are asking to work from home for at least two days during the week after their office had an outbreak of cases.
Look At This: The VineyardDesmond Shaw takes us to Tower Grove, also known as the Vineyard, which is likely the most expensive piece of Beverly Hills real estate, even though there's nothing on it.
3 Men Wanted For Assault On Father And Son Leaving Mrs. Robinson's Irish Pub In Toluca LakeKandiss Crone reports from Toluca Lake where authorities were seeking the public’s help to identify and capture three men police say attacked a father and his adult son as they left a pub in the Toluca Lake area last summer.
Jewish Leaders And Law Enforcement To Hold Press Conference After Attack In TexasThe announcement comes after a British man took four people hostage at a synagogue in Texas last Saturday. The hostages escaped but now local Jewish leaders are coming together with law enforcement to talk about ways to keep people safe.
Judge Reduces Bail For 22-Year-Old Accused Of Giving Lethal Fentanyl Dose To 20-Year-Old WomanA federal judge on Thursday ordered that bail be cut in half for a 22-year-old Riverside man accused of supplying a lethal dose of fentanyl to a young Temecula woman, likely enabling the defendant to be released from detention pending trial.
Judge Allows Bill Paxton's Family to Seek Punitive DamagesNearly five years after Bill Paxton's death, a Los Angeles County judge ruled the actor's family can seek punitive damages from Cedars Sinai Hospital.
Federal Court Rules Closing Gun Shops During Pandemic UnconstitutionalPolitical reporter Tom wait looks at a ruling by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals that said LA and Ventura Counties categorization of gun shops, as well as bars, restaurants, salons and other outlets, as nonessential, forcing them to shut their doors at the outset of the pandemic, was unconstitutional.
Gov. Newsom Helps Clean Up After Rail Thefts, Addresses New Task ForceGov. Gavin Newsom joined CalTrans workers to clean up a section of the tracks littered with thousands of discarded boxes and to announce a multi-agency task force, led by the California Highway Patrol, charged with cracking down on the massive amount of rail theft occurring in the city.
Omicron Surge Continues As Los Angeles County Reports Highest Death Toll Since March 2021COVID-19 numbers continue to surge across the Southland, as Los Angeles County reported 102 deaths due to COVID-19 on Thursday, the highest daily total since March 2021. However, some health experts indicate that despite this consistenly rising numbers, we may be reaching the end of this most recent surge.
People Making A Difference: A Place Called HomeAn act of kindness doesn't need to be huge to make a difference. For people that need help, the smallest deed can be life changing and sometimes life saving. Tonight's "People Making A Difference" looks at a local nonprofit teaching young people core values and helping them find their own voice.
CBS2 Investigates: Thieves Raid Catalytic Converters From 39 City Vehicles In North HollywoodInvestigative reporter David Goldstein reports on a Christmas weekend crime spree where thieves stole nearly 40 catalytic converters from vehicles at a city yard in North Hollywood, and it's not even the first time the city has been hit with similar crimes.
Blood Supply Crisis Continues As COVID-19 Scares Away DonorsDr. Brian Lee from Providence St. Joseph Hospital in Orange County calling on Southland residents to donate blood.
Gov. Newsom Vows To Crackdown On Rail TheftsGov. Gavin Newsom announced a multi-agency task force to crackdown on rail thefts.
Motorcyclist Killed In Horrific West Hills CrashA motorcyclist riding what was suspected to be a stolen motorcycle died on Thursday when traveling at extremely high speeds. The vehicle was being followed by LAPD, who noted that the bike was stolen, when he crashed head-on into another vehicle causing the biker to launch into the air.
CBSNLA: The Rundown (Jan. 20 PM Edition)Here are the latest headlines in local news and weather. Updated twice daily.
Herd Immunity to COVID-19 May No Longer be a PossibilityNeeraj Sood, leader of the COVID Initiative at the USC Schaeffer Center, joined the studio to discuss a recent study out of his program which indicates that the world may never reach herd immunity when it comes to Coronavirus, based on a variety of factors.
Rewards Offered In Spate Of Hit-And-Runs In Jefferson ParkAuthorities were offering a reward for three separate cases of hit-and-run incidents, which occurred less than a week apart, that killed one person and injured two others.
Mission Viejo Teen With Muscular Dystrophy Pulls Through COVID at Children's Hospital Of Orange CountyMichele Gile reports from Orange where 13-year-old Henry Nilson and his mother attribute his recovery from COVID to the tireless staff at Children's Hospital of Orange County.
LA County Reports Over 42,000 New Cases and 100 Deaths on ThursdayThe Omicron variant continues to force a surge of COVID-19 cases across the nation, as Los Angeles County Department of Health reported 42,115 new cases and 102 deaths, the highest since March 2021. They also reported 4,814 hospitalizations due to the virus.
Friends And Family Gather To Mourn 24-Year-Old Stabbed To Death While Working Alone In Hancock ParkHundreds gathered in front of Croft House to mourn the death of Brianna Kupfer, a 24-year-old UCLA student who was stabbed to death while working at the furniture store in Hancock Park.
Flag Ceremony Held For Fallen Firefighter Jonathan FlaglerThe firefighter died while battling a blaze in a Rancho Palos Verdes home. Amy Johnson reports.
Warning Graphic: Pursuit Of Motorcycle Driver Comes To End With Horrific CrashA police pursuit of a motorcycle driver came to an end with a horrific crash at an intersection in West Hills.