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Boy, 13, Arrested For Planning Mass Shooting At South LA School; AR-15, Ammo SeizedAn unregistered gun and ammunition were seized and a 13-year-old student was arrested for allegedly planning a mass shooting at his South Los Angeles school, authorities announced Friday. Rachel Kim reports.
South LA School Shooting Plot Foiled, Student ArrestedA gun and ammunition were seized and a 13-year-old student was arrested for allegedly planning a mass shooting at his South Los Angeles school, authorities announced Friday.
2 In Your Town: Danielle Gersh Visits Alma Mater Westlake High SchoolDanielle Gersh got a chance to show off why she's so proud of having graduated from Westlake High School.
No Injuries After Metrolink Train Collides With RV In Santa Fe Springs, Sparks FireNo one was seriously hurt after a Metrolink train bound for downtown Los Angeles collided with an abandoned RV in Santa Fe Springs Friday morning, sparking a fire and leaving a massive debris field. Tina Patel reports.
Man Killed, Dog Struck By Gunfire In Santa Ana Apartment ComplexThe suspect remains at large, is considered armed and dangerous and may have taken the victim's car. Kara Finnstrom reports.
Jennifer Kim's Weather Forecast (Nov. 22)Average temperatures Friday before we warm up this weekend. Another storm front arrives late next week. A high of 67 for the beaches and 72 for the valleys.
Metro Takes Action After David Goldstein Investigation Of Stolen BikesAfter our investigation showed that out of the 3,000 Metro Bikes in operation, 1,000 of them were stolen, the Metro Board is taking action!
The Rundown (Nov. 22)The latest news, weather and sports with Hermela Aregawi.
Dr. Stacy Smith On #MeToo Movement, Representation In Hollywood, Annenberg Inclusion InitiativeThe USC professor and director of the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative talks with CBS Local's DJ Sixsmith about the representation issues in Hollywood, the impact of the #MeToo Movement, and Elizabeth Banks.
Metrolink Train Collides With Vehicle In Santa Fe SpringsNo one was hurt after a Metrolink train bound for downtown Los Angeles collided with a vehicle in Santa Fe Springs Friday morning, leaving a massive debris field.
Garcetti Announces Design Competition For New Standard StreetlightThe entries will be judged by a panel of seven experts in design, lighting and public infrastructure. The winner will be announced in June 2020. Katie Johnston reports.
Pets2Love: ChicoTo adopt Chico, call (805) 388-4341 and ask for ID# A704996.
2 In Your Town: Danielle Gersh Returns Home To Westlake VillageThe hometown spirit, resilience and community was on full display in Westlake Village.
Manhunt Underway For Shooter Who Killed Man In Santa Ana Apartment ComplexA 20-year-old man was found shot and killed at the Waterstone Park apartments. Kara Finnstrom reports.
5 Injured In Crash That Left Car Wrapped Around Koreatown Light PoleOne person had to be extricated from a car by firefighters. Tina Patel reports.
25-Year-Old Man Critically Injured In Pico-Union Hit-And-RunA 25-year-old man was in critical condition early Friday morning after being struck by a car in Pico-Union Thursday night, and police were searching for the driver.
Anaheim To Pay Family $13M After Deadly Struggle Between Officers, ManMillions of dollars were awarded Thursday to the children of an Anaheim man who died after being restrained in a carotid hold by two officers back in 2016.
Police Increase Patrols After Threat Against Charter Oaks High School In CovinaThere will be an increased police presence at Charter Oak High School in Covina Friday in response to a possible threat.
Man With Dementia Missing For 2 Weeks, Family Says CHP To BlameDouglas James has been missing for two weeks, ever since he and his brother were pulled over by California Highway Patrol officers earlier this month.
Pedestrian Critically Injured In Hit-And-Run Near MacArthur ParkA driver struck a pedestrian near the intersection of Alvarado Street and Olympic Boulevard before driving off Thursday night. The pedestrian was taken to the hospital in critical condition.
Local Ski Resorts Prepare For Opening Day Following Season's First Heavy SnowMountain High got between six and eight inches of snow Wednesday, and, if conditions allow businesses to make a little more over the next few nights, resorts said they might be able to open as early as this weekend.
Parents Of Sick Baby ScammedThe house they bought ended up being a Craigslist scam.
Saugus Strong: Group Selling Apparel To Raise Money For Victims Of School ShootingIn the aftermath of a fatal shooting at Saugus High School that killed two, the community is coming together to help the families of the victims — collecting money by selling Saugus Strong apparel.
Goldstein Investigates: Metro Board Takes Action After Investigation Into Missing, Stolen BikesMetro Los Angeles is taking action after a David Goldstein investigation showed hundreds of bike share bikes had gone missing or were stolen — at a cost of more than $1.7 million.

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