A judge rules LAUSD teachers can go on strike Monday if no deal is reached by then, and California Sen. Kamala Harris is expected to run for president. Juan Fernandez and Markina Brown have your Rundown.

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Democrats Finish Opening Arguments, Trump's Lawyers Start SaturdayHouse impeachment managers finished their opening arguments in President Donald Trump's impeachment trial on Friday with an impassioned plea for a fair trial. Mr. Trump's lawyers will start their opening arguments on Saturday.
CBSLA: The Rundown (Jan. 24)The latest news, weather, and sports.
4.6-Magnitude Earthquake Strikes North Of BartstowA 2.9-magnitude earthquake struck less than a mile away six minutes later.
SoCal Hospitals Work To Stop Spread Of Coronavirus As Deadly Virus Continues To SpreadSouthern California hospitals are working to stop the spread of Wuhan coronavirus before it gets here as a second confirmed case has been reported in the United States — this time in Chicago.
'They All Went To Heaven Together': Family Of Teen Boy Killed Along With 2 Best Friends Speaks OutA family whose one son was killed, along with his two friends, in a car crash involving an enraged driver spoke out Friday after their injured younger son returned home from the hospital.
Borderline Owners Open New Bar 14 Months After MassacreFriday marks the grand opening of BL Dancehall and Saloon in Agoura Hills.
3 Injured After Suspected Illegal Drug Lab Explodes In Mission ViejoAccording to officials, three people were injured when a suspected illegal butane drug lab caused an explosion at about 4:23 p.m. in the 22900 block of Via Cereza.
Garth Kemp's Latest Weather ForecastGarth Kemp takes a look at tonight's weather forecast.
LAPD Chief Moves To Fire Officer Involved In Investigation Of Alleged Gang Member FramingLos Angeles Police Department Chief Michel Moore has moved to fire an officer who allegedly falsified information collected during traffic stops of motorists, the agency announced Friday.
Biggest Names In Retail - Pier 1, Macy's, JC Penney - Brace For New Slew Of Store Closures In 2020Macy's, J.C. Penney, Express, and other retailers are set to close more than 1,200 stores across the U.S. over the course of 2020, according to market research firm Coresight.
Victims Of Corona Plane Crash IdentifiedThe coroner Friday released the names of the four people killed when a small plane crashed at the Corona Municipal Airport Wednesday afternoon.
Dodgers Surprise Saugus High School Students, First Responders In Santa ClaritaThe Los Angeles Dodgers surprised students at Saugus High School and first responders in Santa Clarita Friday as part of the team’s Dodgers Love L.A. Community Tour.
GRAMMY AWARDS: Names You Might Not Expect To HearThere are nominees you expect at the GRAMMYs, like Lizzo and Taylor Swift ... then there are some you may not associate with "Music's Biggest Night." A former first lady and music composed for a theme park are nominated this year. And did you know comedians are also honored at the GRAMMYs?
GRAMMY AWARDS: How Are The Trophies Made?The GRAMMY Awards show is Sunday night on CBS2. The winners get a gramophone trophy. Have you ever wondered who makes the awards or what they are made of? Take a look.
GRAMMY AWARDS: Where The Stars Will SitMusic's biggest stars will be at the Staples Center for the GRAMMY Awards on Sunday... but where will they sit? Here's a look at where artists like Lizzo, Ariana Grande and Lil Nas X will be during the show.
SoCal Museums Offer Free Admission This WeekendOver 40 museums across Southern California are celebrating Free Museum Day on Saturday with free admission.
CBSN LA's One-on-One With Nury MartinezFull interview with Los Angeles City Council President, Nury Martinez.
Man Found Shot To Death Outside West Hills Medical CenterA man in his 20s was found shot to death in a car in a parking lot of the West Hills Hospital and Medical Center Friday morning.
Fundraiser Next Week for Deputy Amber LeistCaptain Edward Ramirez from the West Hollywood Station discusses fundraiser being held at In-N-Out on Tuesday 1/28 for fallen Deputy Amber Leist.
Tony-Award Winning Actress Christine Ebersole Talks Life, CareerTony-Award winning actress and singer Christine Ebersole drops by the KCAL9 studio to talk about her CBS show "Bob Hearts Abishola" and her upcoming Feb. 28 performance in Beverly Hills.
Holding A Super Bowl Or Grammys Party? Here Are Some Great Food IdeasEvelyn Cardoza with El Torito stops by the KCAL9 studio with some ideas for your Super Bowl or Grammy Awards party.
Trump Threatens To Withhold Federal Money To Calif. Over Elective Abortion Insurance Coverage RequirementThe Trump administration Friday threatened to withhold federal funding to California over state laws which requires that all private health insurance plans cover elective abortions.
70 Cars Damaged By Vandal With BB Gun In WhittierReports of cars shot out with a BB gun were also investigated in neighboring La Habra and Pico Rivera. Kara Finnstrom reports.
Homeless People In Echo Park Face Off With Rangers, Cleanup CrewsPeople living in Echo Park refused to make way for a scheduled sweep of the park. Tina Patel reports.

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