Quintin Sherard lost his wife to cancer and lost custody of his baby daughter. After living on the streets of San Bernardino, he found help that's available to all veterans in need. Pat Harvey reports.
Blind 10-Year-Old Girl Reaches Finals Of L.A.-Based National Writing CompetitionA Nebraska girl who is legally blind has been selected as a finalist for a national writing competition sponsored by the Los Angeles-based Braille Institute. Katie Johnston reports.
University Students Developing At-Home COVID-19 Test That Returns Results In 30 MinutesStudents at Purdue University say they are developing a COVID-19 test that’s designed to be taken at home and return results in as little as 30 minutes. Katie Johnston reports.
Kroger Grocery Stores Will No Longer Give Change In Coins Amid ShortageDon't expect to receive change in coins when you go to one grocery store. Kroger, a supermarket chain with hundreds of locations in Texas alone, has stopped giving customers coin change, citing the nationwide shortage of pennies, nickels, dimes and quarter in circulation as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Katie Johnston reports.
Crews Continue To Battle Fire Aboard Navy Ship In San DiegoFirefighters Tuesday continued to battle a blaze which broke out aboard a Navy ship in San Diego and injured 21 people.
Small Brush Fire Erupts In Beverly Crest, Power Lines DownA quarter-acre brush fire erupted in the Beverly Crest hillside neighborhood Tuesday morning after reports of a transformer explosion.
Multiple Workers At Silver Lake Whole Foods Store Contract CoronavirusSeveral workers at a Whole Foods store in the Silver Lake neighborhood of Los Angeles have contracted coronavirus. Katie Johnston reports.
Danielle Gersh's Weather Forecast (July 14)A high of 73 for the beaches and 87 for the valleys Tuesday.
Natasha Ward On BET's "The Oval" & Tyler PerryThe actor talks with CBS Local's DJ Sixsmith about her work on the hit BET show, the impact of Tyler Perry's work on her and life as a Division 1 track athlete.
Estimated 23K Redlands Residents Affected By Major Water Pipe Break; Residents Told To Fill TubsMore than 23,000 residents in the city of Redlands could be without water for several days after a major water line break.
Fruit Stand Vendor Harassed in Canyon CountryAfter the owner of a local bar and grill harassed the fruit vendor, hundreds of people came out to support him.
Some Businesses Vow To Stay Open Despite California Governor's OrderCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom ordered the closure Monday of all indoor operations at restaurants, bars, gyms, churches, malls, and other locations in 30 counties statewide, including Los Angeles, Riverside, and Orange as officials say coronavirus cases are climbing higher statewide. Tina Patel reports.
'Mythbusters' Host Grant Imahara Dies at Age 49Imahara was known for his work in electronics and animatronics.
Dr. Pat Basu On COVID-19's Impact On Cancer Treatment & ScreeningsThe President of the Cancer Treatment Centers Of America talks with CBS Local's DJ Sixsmith about how many cancer patients are having difficulty getting the treatment and screenings they need during the COVID-19 era.
Chargers Safety Roderic Teamer Gets 4 Game Suspension For Violating Substance Abuse PolicyLos Angeles Chargers reserve safety Roderic Teamer has been suspended without pay for the first four games of the 2020 regular season for violating the NFL's substance abuse police, the league announced Monday. Katie Johnston reports.
Former San Diego County Sheriff's Deputy Charged In Fatal May Shooting Of Escaped DetaineeA former San Diego County Sheriff's Department deputy has been charged in connection with a fatal May 1 shooting, the San Diego County District Attorney's Office announced Monday. Katie Johnston reports.
Vacant Pico-Union Home Goes Up In FlamesA more than century-old home in the Pico-Union neighborhood was engulfed by a greater-alarm blaze early Tuesday morning.
Greater-Alarm Fire Rips Through Downtown LA Strip Mall, Arson Suspect DetainedAn arson suspect has been detained in connection with a greater-alarm fire which broke out at a strip mall in downtown Los Angeles Tuesday morning.
Evelyn Taft's Weather Forecast (July 13)Evelyn Taft takes a look at tonight's weather forecast.
Spike In Coronavirus Cases, Hospitalizations Continues In SouthlandLos Angeles County reported more than 2,500 newly confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus Monday with more than 2,100 people hospitalized with the illness.
Inland Empire Business Owners Ordered To Close Due To Coronavirus Spike Say They Will Stay OpenRiverside and San Bernardino counties reported additional deaths attributed to the novel coronavirus over the weekend as Gov. Gavin Newsom ordered a number of indoor businesses closed to slow the spread, but some business owners said they planned to stay open in defiance of the mandate.
LA County Businesses Prepare For Another Round Of Coronavirus ClosuresAs Los Angeles County officials reported 2,593 newly confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus and 13 deaths, Gov. Gavin Newsom ordered the closure of all indoor operations at restaurants, bars, gyms, churches, malls, and other locations in 30 counties statewide — including Los Angeles — in an effort to slow transmission of the illness.
OC School Board Votes To Allow In-Person Classes This Fall With No Masks Or Physical DistancingThe Orange County Board of Education voted 4-1 to allow schools to reopen next month with in-person instruction. Students and teachers can choose to attend classes without masks and no social distancing required. Protesters clashed outside a board meeting on Monday. Stacey Butler reports.
LAUSD Students Won't Return To Classrooms This Fall Because Of CoroanvirusThe superintendent for the Los Angeles Unified School District announced Monday that students will not return to the classroom when the fall semester begins next month because of the surge in coronavirus cases across the Southland. Brittney Hopper reports.
White House Targets Fauci After Blunt Warnings About CoronavirusAs the nation confronts a surge in coronavirus infections across the South and parts of the West, tensions between the White House and Dr. Anthony Fauci, a highly respected and leading expert on infectious diseases, have burst into public view amid competing assessments of the country's response to the crisis.