A judge ordered that Kimberly Long's 2003 conviction for the murder of her boyfriend to be overturned, and Long will face a new trial in the future. Randy Paige reports.
Luke Walton and Bill Macdonald Look Back at Kobe's 81-Point Game16 years ago, basketball magic happened. In one of the great performances of all time, Kobe Bryant took over Staples Center, scoring an incredible 81 points against Toronto. We look back at that incredible night through the eyes and memories of two people who had an up-close view at basketball history - former Laker Luke Walton and Lakers play-by-play announcer Bill Macdonald.
Local Schools Forced To Adapt As Omicron Surge ContinuesWith Pasadena City College returning on in-person learning on Monday, some students waited in line for several hours on Sunday, as the school required proof of a negative test within 72-hours of being on campus. On top of this, students are required to wear surgical quality facemasks as opposed to cloth masks.
Willowbrook Pursuit Ends With 2 Fatalities, 1 Critically Injured on Saturday EveningTwo men involved in a pursuit with Los Angeles County Sheriff's Deputies were killed on Saturday evening at the tail end of the chase, when they collided with a traffic signal. No deputies were injured in the incident, however one person unrelated to the pursuit was recovering on Sunday.
Health Experts Indicate That Decreasing Numbers May Mean the Omicron Surge is Nearing it's EndDr. Michael Daignault of Providence St. Joseph Medical Center in Burbank joined the studio to discuss how while the COVID-19 numbers on the surface still indicate the Omicron surge is nowhere near over, a deeper dive reveals that numbers on the downward trend. He also touches on the reassuring drop in the number of cases nationwide, and how these numbers relate to what we're seeing elsewhere.
Dry, Warm Weather Incoming As Winds Finally Die DownOlga Ospina explains the incoming weather, now that the severe Santa Ana winds appear to have finally died down.
Firefighters Battle Blaze at Altadena Gas StationFirefighters were on the scene of a fire that broke out at a gas station in Altadena on Sunday. It's unclear what caused the fire, but a severely damaged vehicle could be seen next to a gas pump that was knocked over.
Aftermath of Windy Storm That Toppled Trees In ClaremontClaremont residents continue cleanup after wind storm that toppled trees and powerlines on Friday.
Four People Killed At Party In Inglewood In Ambush ShootingFour people were shot and killed at a party in Inglewood early Sunday morning in what authorities say was a gang-related ambush shooting.
COVID-19 Testing Site Opens In Beverly HillsAnother COVID-19 testing site capable of administering high quantities of tests is set to open on Sunday evening in Beverly Hills. The site is reportedly able to give up to 2,000 tests a day.
CA Wineries, Farms, Outdoors Businesses Eligible for Fire Insurance in FAIR PlanCalifornia Wineries, farms, outdoor businesses and others affected by wildfires are now eligible to apply for additional fire insurance under the California FAIR Plan.
Inside SoCal: 1/23 Wrap-UpDeclutter your closet and think about sustainable “slow” fashion for 2022! Erica Olsen reports.
4 Dead, 1 Injured When Gunfire Erupts At House Party In InglewoodFour people were killed Sunday in an "ambush-style" shooting during a house party in Inglewood. A fifth person was wounded. Joy Benedict reports from the scene.
2 Dead, 1 Injured After Pursuit Ends In Crash In WillowbrookAn investigation was underway Sunday after a pursuit crash left two people dead and one hurt in Willowbrook. Jasmine Viel reports.
Los Angeles County Animal Services is launching a campaign to get big dogs adopted and out of the shelter.Los Angeles County Animal Services is launching a campaign to get big dogs adopted and out of the shelter. Jasmine Viel reports.
3 Dead, 2 Injured When Gunfire Erupts At Inglewood House PartyThe incident unfolded around 1:30 a.m. Sunday on Park Avenue near Hargrave Street. Joy Benedict reports.
Instagram Rolls Out New Feature Allowing Certain Influencers To Charge For ContentA small group of influencers will now be allowed to offer their followers subscriptions for exclusive content on Instagram Live and stories. Jasmine Viel reports.
Black Restaurant Week Kicks Off Sunday In Long BeachBlack Restaurant Week was expected to kick off Sunday in Long Beach highlighting some of the best culinary experiences in the area. Amy Johnson reports.
It's A Seller's Market: SoCal's Housing Market Hit Record-High Last MonthLow inventory means it's a seller's market and experts blame a lack of new construction and current low mortgage rates. Jasmine Viel reports.
Saturday's Powerful Winds Wreak Havoc In Claremont, Across Foothill AreasSaturday's powerful winds caused a lot of damage in the foothill areas, especially in Claremont. Jasmine Viel reports.
Alissa Carlson's Weather Forecast (Jan. 23)Plenty of sunshine is anticipated this week. Alissa Carlson reports.
Claremont Hammered By High Winds, With Downed Power Lines, Toppled Trees Across Most If CityLaurie Perez reports from Claremont where many residents were still without power after strong winds whipped through the Southland Friday night into Saturday morning, toppling trees on cars, houses and power lines.
2 Dead, 1 Critically Injured In Compton Pursuit CrashSky9 was over the scene of a two vehicle crash that killed two people and critically injured another in Compton. The crash stemmed from a pursuit that sheriff's deputies were in with one of the vehicles.
COVID-19 Continues to Mentally Drain Americans, Dr. Britany Alexander Explains How to Make the Best Out of The PandemicAs the Coronavirus continues to rage despite impacting life for the better part of two years, many people around the world are beginning to feel the effects of the pandemic on their mental health. Dr. Britany Alexander, a Kaiser Permanent Psychiatrist, joined the studio to discuss how you can beat the negativity and stay mentally healthy in the face of the virus.
COVID-19 Hospitalizations Down Slightly, Sparking Some Hope For A Plateau In InfectionsKandis Crone reports from Sherman Oaks where there are some signs, such as a lower demand for tests and a drop in hospitalizations, that the number of people infected with the Omicron variant of COVID-19 may be plateauing. Experts, though, said everyone should remain cautious and continue wearing masks.