More than 20 horses had to be euthanized following accidents at the track. KCAL9's Dave Lopez reports.
Community Gathers Around Restaurant Owner In MoorparkOrlando Orozco sustained burns to over 60% of his body when a fire broke out in his restaurant, Lalo's Mexican Food. Now, his community is coming together to give back to the man who already gives them so much.
Suspects Rob Woman Returning To Hancock Park Home With Her BabySecurity camera footage captured two thieves ambushing a woman in one of Los Angeles’ most upscale neighborhoods.
Sheriff's Deputies Searching For Man With A Gun In ParamountSheriff's deputies were looking for man with a gun Tuesday night in the area of Orange Avenue and Somerset Boulevard. The department's Special Enforcement Bureau is on the scene.
IN-N-Out Burger Appears Defiant In Face Of City Mandate To Check Vaccination Status For Indoor DiningPolitical reporter Tom Wait visits several In-N-Out Burger restaurants to see if the iconic burger chain is enforcing the City of Los Angeles' law requiring proof of vaccination for customers who plan to dine indoors. In-N-Out has been openly defiant about such mandates and it appears, even with the threat of fines, the restaurant is ignoring the city's mandate.
Police Seeking Pursuit Suspect in Beverly HillsPolice are seeking a person wanted in connection with a pursuit turned manhunt on Tuesday. When the vehicle was pulled over, the driver attempted to run over a BHPD officer. As the pursuit ended, the perpetrator exited the vehicle and fled on foot.
Police Investigating Suspicious Package Near LAX, Prompting Road ClosuresEastbound Century Boulevard Between Airport and Aviation is closed for a police response to a potentially suspicious item.
Authorities Searching For Missing Teen, Last Seen November 23Jasyre "Eli" Robinson, last seen in the 2400 block of E. 126th Street in Compton, used a rideshare service that was supposed to arrive in Carson, but dropped him off near the Manhattan Beach Pier.
CBSNLA: The Rundown (Nov. 30 PM Edition)Here are the latest headlines in local news and weather. Updated twice daily.
Former Major League Pitcher Ricky Romero Hosts 2nd Annual Baseball CampFormer Toronto Blue Jay Ricky Romero returns home to host his free baseball camp at East Los Angeles College.
Exclusive: Family Discovers Home Listed On Airbnb Without Their PermissionKristine Lazar reports on an exclusive story of a local family who discovered their home was listed on Airbnb when strangers started arriving, claiming that they had rented the home. Despite the homeowners's effort, the listing stayed up for weeks on Airbnb's site until CBSLA brought it to their
School Bus Hit By BB GunThe back window of a school bus was shot out Tuesday night in Koreatown. The bus was empty at the time and no injuries have been reported.
Veterans' Voices: K9 For WarriorsThis Veterans' Voices looks at one non-profit not only giving vets support and comfort but also giving them a new best friend.
Regional Physician Discusses How Local Hospitals Are Preparing For The Omicron VariantDr. Edward Blews III, an expert in infection prevention, discusses how local hospitals are preparing for the omicron variant as it spreads to different countries across the globe.
LeBron James to miss several games after entering health and safety protocolsLos Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James entered health and safety protocols on Tuesday afternoon. He is slated to miss several games.
Arborist Kevin Eckert Discusses Tree Health and SafetyArborist joins the studio to discuss tree health, stability, and how to care for trees outside and around your home to prevent threats to your personal and family safety.
Victim of Fallen Tree RememberedAn Encino man who was killed when a tree fell on his place of residence is being remembered by his friends and family in the wake of the shocking tragedy.
Fisheries Opened Off Orange County Coast After October Oil Spill Temporarily Closed ThemMichele Gile reports from Dana Point where fishermen returned to a 45 mile stretch of water off the Orange County coast that had been closed because of an oil spill in October.
Labor Secretary Marty Walsh Visits Ports As Supply Chain Crisis ContinuesWalsh was joined by port officials, the mayors of Los Angeles and Long Beach, and Long Beach Rep. Nanette Barragan.
Skiers Rejoice: Bear Mountain, Snow Summit To Open ThursdayTwo of the most popular ski areas in Southern California will kick off their ski seasons this week. Katie Johnston reports.
California Ban On High-Capacity Magazines UpheldThe 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals overturned two lower court judges and upheld California’s ban on high-capacity magazines Tuesday in a split decision that may be headed for the U.S. Supreme Court.
LA City Council Approves Ghost Gun BanThe Los Angeles City Council Tuesday unanimously approved an ordinance that bans the possession and sale of ghost guns.
More Than 200 Downed Trees, Fallen Limbs Reported In Santa Ana After Thanksgiving Week WindstormThe high winds that raked Southern California on Thanksgiving week wreaked havoc on trees across the region, particularly in Santa Ana. Katie Johnston reports.
Report: LA Sheriff Halting Use Of COVID Testing Provider Fulgent Over Alleged Ties To ChinaThe Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department will no longer use the COVID-19 testing provider Fulgent over its purported ties to the Chinese government, the Los Angeles Times reported Monday. Katie Johnston reports.
Edward Badalian, Daniel Rodriguez Charged With Conspiracy, Assault In Connection With Jan. 6 Capitol BreachTwo Southern California men faces charges of conspiracy and other crimes, including the assault of a Metropolitan Police Department Officer, in connection with the Jan. 6 Capitol breach. Katie Johnston reports.