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Knott's Berry Farm's Fall-O-Ween Celebrates Mashup Of The Season With Harvest Foods, Spooky DecorationsIs it fall yet? Is it the Halloween season? Knott’s Berry Farm in Buena Park will celebrate them both with its new Fall-O-Ween, which starts Friday. Katie Johnston reports.
At Least 29 Structures Damaged Or Destroyed As Bobcat Fire Continues To GrowThe Bobcat Fire continued to threaten hundreds of homes in the Antelope Valley as well as rip through dense brush in the Angeles National Forest Tuesday morning, as containment of the out-of-control blaze continued to fluctuate. Tina Patel reports.
Danielle Gersh's Weather Forecast (Sept. 22)A high of 72 for the beaches and 89 for the valleys.
Virtual Job Fair Gives Unemployed Angelenos The Chance To Find WorkNathan Auzenne with the L.A. County Office of Education speaks to CBS2 News This Morning about the 10th annual Job Services Network Fair taking place Thursday, Sept. 24.
Southland Restaurant Chain Sizzler Files For BankruptcySizzler, the Orange County-based restaurant chain known for its moderately priced steaks and expansive salad bar, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy Monday. Katie Johnston reports.
Vin Scully's Personal Collection Is On The Auction BlockLos Angeles Dodgers legendary broadcaster Vin Scully has put his personal collection on the auction block. CBS2 News This Morning spoke to Hunt Auctions President David Hunt about the collection.
New California Law Makes It A Misdemeanor To Spread Misinformation About Voting By MailA newly signed state law makes spreading misinformation about voting by mail a misdemeanor criminal offense. Katie Johnston reports.
Horse Rescued After 60 Foot Fall Down Ravine At Caspers ParkA horse was rescued on Monday after falling down a ravine in Caspers Park in the Rancho Mission Viejo area. Katie Johnston reports.
Hollywood Unions, Studios Reach Deal On COVID-19 ProtocolsHollywood labor unions and studios announced Monday that the two sides have reached a deal on coronavirus protocols as tv and film production begins to resume across Los Angeles.
Palmdale Man Convicted For Smearing Semen On Co-Worker’s Belongings, Will Register As Sex OffenderA Palmdale man was convicted on Monday for assault and battery against a co-worker at their La Palma office. Katie Johnston reports.
Fountain Valley Elementary Schools Reopen TuesdayElementary schools in the Fountain Valley School District will welcome back students Tuesday for the first time in more than six months. Kara Finnstrom reports.
LAPD Officers Rescue Disabled Man From Burning Car In PacoimaBodycam video captured the dramatic rescue of a disabled man from a burning car in Pacoima last week.
Families Weighing Pros And Cons Of Pandemic Airline TravelScott Keyes, founder of, says travelers are starting to book again, incentivized by incredible deals going all the way into the summer of 2021. Kristine Lazar reports.
Evelyn Taft's Weather Forecast (Sept. 21)Evelyn Taft takes a look at tonight's weather.
Riverside County Poised To Move To Red Tier As Supervisors Consider Motion To ReopenRiverside County is poised to move from the state's purple to red tier on Tuesday, but at least one county supervisor says his district cannot afford to wait to reopen any longer.
Crews Work To Defend Mt. Wilson Observatory From Bobcat FireFirefighters continued to defend the Mount Wilson Observatory in the Angeles National Forest along with several radio and television communication towers valued at about $1 billion. Hermela Aregawi reports.
Police Searching For Suspects Involved In Fatal Shooting Of 23-Year-Old Man In PacoimaOn Sept. 13, LAPD officers responded to a shooting call around 5:30 a.m. in the 12500 block of De Garmo Avenue. Officers found 23-year-old Rony Jovel suffering from a gunshot wound. 
Trump To Announce Supreme Court Pick Friday Or SaturdayPresident Trump said Monday he intends to announce who he will nominate to the U.S. Supreme Court to replace the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on either Friday or Saturday, waiting until late in the week to allow for funeral services for the justice to be held.
Bobcat Fire Continues To Push Past 100,000 Acres In Its Second WeekAs of Monday night, the fire was 106,179 acres in size and containment decreased from 15% to 13% containment. Nicole Comstock reports.
Hispanic Heritage Month: El Pueblo De Los Angeles Historical MonumentEl Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument is a 44-acre district in downtown Los Angeles that dates back to 1781.
LA County Reports 652 New COVID-19 Cases, 16 DeathsThe Los Angeles County Department of Public Health Monday reported 652 newly confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus and 16 new deaths, bringing countywide totals to 261,446 cases and 6,366 deaths.
Firefighters Tackle Bobcat Fire Moving Near Mt. Wilson ObservatoryThe Bobcat Fire has grown to more than 100,000 acres and remains at 15% containment. Fire officials said it doesn’t appear that the Mt. Wilson Observatory is in immediate danger but they’re monitoring. Hermela Aregawi reports.
Driver Charged After Crashing Into Pomona Home, Killing WomanCarmelino Ordonez, 33, has been charged with vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated in connection with the fatal crash.
Election 2020: Proposition 16A debate over affirmative action that appeared to have been quieted at the ballot box years ago continues to simmer and will get another chance to be decided in November.

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