Shaun Brown stopped by to drop off toys with Garth Kemp at the Citadel Outlets, for the annual CHiPs For Kids toy drive.
Dramatic Video Shows LAPD Sergeant Coming To Aid Of Lifeless Toddler Near Echo ParkA Los Angeles police sergeant on patrol near Echo Park last week helped save the life of a toddler who had stopped breathing.
Fire Damages Apartment Building In Anaheim, 11 Residents DisplacedEleven people were displaced early Tuesday morning after a two-alarm fire broke out in a garage in Anaheim and then spread to an apartment building.
Thieves Rob Diamond StoreFour suspects stormed a jewelry storm Monday afternoon and stole multiple cases of jewelry.
Rams-49ers Fans Battle For Tickets To NFC Title GameThe stage is set for a contentious rematch against the San Francisco 49ers at SoFi Stadium just two weeks after the Niners overcame 17-point deficit beat the Rams there in overtime. And while the Rams did have home field advantage — the crowd was a sea of red. Rams fans are trying to change that on Sunday.
Homeless Encampment Sweeps Near SoFi Stadium Ahead Of Super BowlCHP officers in hazmat suits cleared away a homeless encampment near SoFi Stadium in Inglewood on Monday. Homeless advocates are criticizing the timing as the cleanup comes just weeks before the Super Bowl.
Doctors Struggle To Acquire Prescriptions For PatientsWhile sicknesses among fully vaccinated and boosted people are fairly mild, doctors are finding that the illness from Omicron is doing harsh damage to unvaccinated individuals. Doctors are also finding it harder and harder to locate the prescriptions needed to help their patients and keep them out of the hospital.
Man Harasses Teens For Wearing Masks, Allegedly Coughs In Teens' FaceParents in La Crescenta asked deputies to go after a man who has reportedly been harassing and threatening children for at least a month.
Vehicle Crashes Into Townhouse In Canoga ParkSky9 was overhead a single vehicle crash into a townhome on North De Soto Avenue in Canoga Park. There are no injuries reported.
CBSNLA: The Rundown (Jan. 24 PM Edition)Here are the latest headlines in local news and weather. Updated twice daily.
LA County To Consider $10K Reward For Information In Tioni Theus Killing, Teen Found On Side Of 110 FreewayThe Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors Tuesday will consider posting a $10,000 reward for information leading to the person or people responsible for the shooting death of 16-year-old Tioni Theus whose body was found alongside the 110 Freeway.
Memorabilia Used By Paul McCartney, BTS, Tom Petty & More Featured In MusiCares Charity AuctionSome items up for auction include a painting of Jimi Hendrix and signed guitars from Keith Richards, Paul McCartney, BTS, Tom Petty and Harry Styles.
Financial Planner Expects More Volatility In Stock Market, Says Nothing There Is Nothing To FearFinancial planner David Rae feeling positive even though he believes more volatility is in store for the stock market.
Mental Health Monday: Pomona High School Peers Counseling ProgramGo to any high school and ask what the greatest unmet need is. You'll likely hear about mental health services. While waiting lists for professionals can be weeks if not months, in one local high school, a long-standing program is bringing help to students the minute they ask. In today's Mental Health Monday segment we go inside Pomona High School's peer counseling program.
Crews Cleanup Damage After Wind Knocks Down TreesClasses were canceled today at all Claremont Unified School district campuses due to the weekend windstorms that caused major damage to many homes and took out power lines throughout the region.
LAUSD Medical Director Dr. Smita Malhotra Discusses New Mask MandateLAUSD Medical Director Dr. Smita Malhotra discusses the new mask mandate requiring LA Unified students to wear surgical masks or better. Students must wear the masks at all times whether they are indoors or outdoors.
4 Killed At Birthday PartyFour people were killed Sunday in an “ambush-style” shooting during a house party in Inglewood. A fifth person was wounded.
Back To School After Covid SurgeStudents in Culver City returned to classes Monday after a surge of COVID-19 cases forced the district to cancel classes for a week.
Distribution Of Free N95 Masks Begins TodayThe masks are being shipped by the federal government to pharmacies and community clinics. Rachel Kim reports.
Stormy Daniels To Testify Against Former Attorney Michael AvenattiOpening statements begin today in the trial against Michael Avenatti. Suzanne Marques reports.
Monday Is First Day Taxes Can Be FiledBut Americans should be extra patient when waiting on their 2021 tax refunds. Rachel Kim reports.
'Super Bowl Experience' Welcomes Football Fans Of All Ages To Downtown LARachel Kim and Suzanne Marques talk to the NFL's Nicki Ewell about how fans can get their own Super Bowl Experience even before the big game.
Proposed Bill Would Add COVID Vaccine To Required Student ImmunizationsState Sen. Richard Pan's proposed bill that would require all California children to be vaccinated against COVID-19. Tina Patel reports.
Worker Seriously Burned In Explosion, Fire In Chipotle Of Downtown LA High-Rise, Dozens EvacuatedOne man suffered serious burns when an explosion and fire occurred in a Chipotle restaurant of a high-rise residential building in downtown Los Angeles Monday morning, sending smoke billowing hundreds of feet into the air and forcing dozens of people to evacuate.
Alex Biston's Weather Forecast (Jan. 24)A high of 72 for the beaches and 75 for the valleys Monday.