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Evelyn Taft's Weather Forecast (May 27)Evelyn Taft takes a look at tonight's weather forecast.
LA County Accounts For Nearly Half Of California's More Than 100K Coronavirus CasesCoronavirus cases in Los Angeles County approached 50,000 Wednesday as the state surpassed 100,000, according to the Los Angeles Times tracker.
La Mirada Teen Celebrates College Graduation With Front Yard CeremonyJack Rico, 13, just became the youngest Fullerton College graduate and he finished with not one, but four associate's degrees.
Doctors Worry Coronavirus Fears Are Keeping Patients From The ERDoctors say some patients are making the dangerous decision to avoid or delay the urgent care they need due to a fear of getting coronavirus. Sara Donchey reports.
Students To Wear Face Masks At All Times Under LA County Plan To Reopen SchoolsWhen schools in Los Angeles County eventually reopen, students will required to wear face masks at all times under a plan released Wednesday.
Crowds In Downtown Los Angeles Protest Death Of George FloydDemonstrators gathered in Los Angeles on Wednesday afternoon to protest police violence following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Stacey Butler reports.
LA City Announces $100M Relief Program For Renters, LandlordsThe city said it will use $100 million in federal pandemic relief funding to help about 50,000 families across the city struggling to pay rent.
Nation Continues To Reopen As US Coronavirus Death Toll Surpasses 100KMore than 100,000 people have died from coronavirus in the U.S., the highest death toll of any nation, according to data collected by Johns Hopkins University. There have been nearly 1.7 million confirmed cases of the virus across the country (out of more than 5.6 million cases worldwide).
Galaxy Pack & Deliver Food to FamiliesDaniel Steres, Joe Corona & members of the Galaxy packed and delivered food to LA families in need along with Hannah Berger and others from A Place Called Home
Coachella Organizers Considering Postponing 2020 Festival Until 2021, Report SaysOrganizers of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival have reportedly asked artists scheduled to play the festival in October to instead play in 2021, signaling that the popular two-weekend music festival may again be postponed, according to Bloomberg.
Protesters Blocking 101 Freeway In Downtown LAProtesters on the 101 Freeway in Los Angeles could be seen smashing the windows of two CHP cruisers as one fled with a protester on the vehicle. The protestor was later taken away in an ambulance. The group was protesting the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.
Pastors Decline To Return To Church Despite Easing Of LA County GuidelinesAs churches across California prepare to reopen, pastor Michael Yearley says Rocky Peak in Chatsworth will remain closed and will continue to livestream services.
Former Aide To LA Councilman Jose Huizar To Plead Guilty In Federal Corruption Probe At City HallA former aide to Los Angeles City Councilman Jose Huizar Wednesday agreed to plead guilty to a felony charge related to the federal corruption probe into an alleged pay-to-play scheme at city hall.
Female Deputy's Arm Broken, Suspect Arrested For Meth In Rough Arrest Caught On VideoSheriff Alex Villanueva says a criminal investigation is underway after a video of a traffic stop involving Los Angeles County deputies is raising questions about department policy.
Store Owners Prepare To Reopen For In-Person Shopping With Safety Guidelines Including Limited Capacity, MasksRestrictions are being eased in Los Angeles County and shoppers can now go inside of stores, but things may look a little different heading back to your favorite shops.
Sword-Wielding Suspect Killed During Officer-Involved Shooting In North HollywoodA suspect allegedly armed with a "sword-type weapon'' was killed Wednesday morning in an officer-involved shooting in North Hollywood.
LA County In 'Recovery Phase' Of Coronavirus Pandemic, Ferrer SaysFerrer also announced that pools, hot tubs and saunas in multi-unit residences or that are part of a home owners association could reopen for use in addition to churches and retail shops, which could both allow people inside once again.
Face Coverings Now Mandatory In Orange County, But Sheriff Don Barnes Says He Is Not 'The Mask Police'Orange County public health officials have quietly made face coverings mandatory, but Sheriff Don Barnes says he and his deputies are “not the mask police.”
Download The New CBSLA AppJasmine Viel has a look at the new and improved CBS Los Angeles app.
Pau Gasol: A Jim Hill Interview Part 1Jim asks Pau if he'll be coming back to the Lakers next year and if he considers himself a Laker for Life in Part 1 of our 3-Part Exclusive Interview with the Lakers Legend
Police See Spike In Raucous Hollywood Hills House PartiesDon’t get the party started in the Hollywood Hills. That’s the message from Los Angeles police, who have seen a significant increase in calls about loud house parties in the Hollywood Hills since the coronavirus temporarily closed bars and clubs. Katie Johnston reports.
Students To Wear Face Masks At All Times Under LA County Plan To Reopen SchoolsWhen schools in Los Angeles County eventually reopen, students will be required to wear face masks at all times under a plan released Wednesday. Katie Johnston reports.
SpaceX Set To Become First Private Company To Launch Astronauts Into SpaceElon Musk's Hawthorne-based SpaceX will seek to make history Wednesday afternoon and become the first private company to launch a crewed mission into space.
'Game On' Premieres On CBS2 TonightKeegan Michael Key hosts the new sports-themed game show along with Venus Williams and Rob Gronkowski. DeMarco Morgan reports.