Nellie Valentine wrote books to inspire her four childdren, all on the autism spectrum. Now, she's writing books that touch and inspire kids all over the world. Lisa Sigell reports.
Paddleboarder Arrested In Malibu For Refusing To Exit WaterA paddleboarder was arrested Thursday afternoon near the Malibu Pier for ignoring orders from lifeguards to get out of the water.
Man Wanted For Attacking Jogger In Aliso Viejo Park May Be Connected To Suspected Kidnapping On Same TrailDeputies are searching for a suspected kidnapper accused of attacking a jogger in an Aliso Viejo park Thursday afternoon and believe it may be connected to another crime on the same trail.
Garcetti Announces Partnership Between City, YMCA To Help HomelessMayor Eric Garcetti Friday announced a new partnership between the city and nine YMCA facilities that will soon reopen for those experiencing homelessness to use the facilities and shower.
Second Riverside County Sheriff's Deputy Dies Of CoronavirusDeputy David Werksmen passed away Thursday from complications associated with coronavirus, the sheriff's department reported.
Keeping Sober In The Time Of CoronavirusFinding community in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic has been difficult for many, but for those struggling with addiction, the lack of face-to-face meetings poses a unique challenge.
Coronavirus: UCI Medical Center Nurses Protest Over Personal Protective EquipmentMore than 50 UCI Medical Center nurses aired their frustration Friday afternoon over what they say is a lack of personal protective equipment used to keep them and their patients safe.
Coronavirus: LA County Cases Doubling Every 6 DaysSo far, 78 percent of the COVID-19 deaths in the county have been people age 65 or older.
'Lean On Me' Singer Bill Withers Dies At 81Renowned R&B singer Bill Withers has died at the age of 81.
Danielle Gersh's Weather Forecast (April 3)Warm and sunny conditions through Saturday. A storm system arrives Sunday afternoon bringing rain and mountain snow. A high Friday of 67 for the beaches and 71 for the valleys.
The Rundown (April 3)The latest news, weather and sports with Hermela Aregawi.
Coronavirus: When Will It Peak In California?Sara Donchey reports on a potential timeline for COVID-19 cases.
Suspected Thief Electrocuted Trying To Steal Copper In DuarteA man died after being electrocuted early Friday morning on a construction site in Duarte while possibly trying to steal copper. Katie Johnston reports.
Disneyland Annual Passholders Can Get Partial Refund, Payment Waivers During Coronavirus ClosureWith the Magic Kingdom closed until further notice, Disneyland says they will make some refunds and waive upcoming payments for annual passholders. Katie Johnston reports.
Judge JudyOpinionated Judge Judith Sheindlin holds court and presides over real, small claims cases.
Second Riverside County Sheriff's Deputy Dies Of COVID-19A second Riverside County Sheriff's deputy has died after contracting COVID-19, authorities announced Friday.
'Everybody's Not Doing It': Angelenos React To New Guidelines On Wearing MasksSome say they are comfortable with wearing face coverings, but still others can't get ahold of any masks. Kandiss Crone reports.
Salvation Army Cancels Local Summer CampThe organization says they canceled the three camps to keep kids safe. Suzanne Marques reports.
Man, Woman Found Dead In Burning West Covina HomeFirefighters responding to the fire found the two victims inside. DeMarco Morgan reports.
'The Work Continues': LAUSD Superintendent Austin Beutner Thankful For Donations To Keep Students LearningThe fundraising drive with CBSLA, the Chargers and iHeartRadio raised $1.6 million.
Self-Serve Coronavirus Testing Underway In Redondo BeachPeople who have been approved to make an appointment at the testing site drive up and swab their own cheeks under the supervision of a nurse. Tina Patel reports.
Struggling Businesses, Workers Can Get Help From New State, Federal Assistance ProgramsOne of the programs is offering help to business that keep workers on their payroll. Kara Finnstrom reports.
Fun Things To Do While Staying At HomeMichael Juliano from TimeOut (temporarily TimeIn) LA shares some great ideas on things to do safe at home this weekend.
LA Times Owner Makes Bid For Closed St. Vincent Medical CenterA family foundation led by the owner of the Los Angeles Times is seeking to buy the shuttered St. Vincent Medical Center in the Westlake District and turn it into a hospital for coronavirus patients and research. Katie Johnston reports.
COVID-19's Impact on CA's LGBTQ+ CommunitySamuel Garrett-Pate from Equality California discusses how Coronavirus pandemic is impacting the local LGBTQ+ community.