A Los Angeles police motorcycle officer was injured in a collision with a minivan Friday morning in Van Nuys.

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'The Ceasefire Is Far From A Victory': Top Republican Senators Slam Trump's Syria StrategyAfter Vice President Mike Pence brokered a five-day ceasefire with Turkey on Thursday, President Trump hailed the agreement as a milestone in the region. But some top Senate Republicans appeared less convinced, expressing concerns with both the ceasefire and the president's overall Syria strategy.
Man Fatally Shot In North HillsA man was shot and killed in North Hills Friday evening.
CBSLA: The Rundown (Oct. 18)Detectives in Orange County confirmed there was a body inside the trunk of an abandoned vehicle. Firefighters are still on the frontlines of the Real wildfire just west of Goleta. Top executives with PG&E testified this morning at an emergency meeting in San Francisco.
Eye On Entertainment (Oct. 18)Actor Bill Macy of "Maude" fame is dead at 97. And Lady Gaga takes a bad tumble off the stage .Those stories and more in this evening's Eye on Entertainment. Pat Harvey and Jeff Vaughn report.
Alex Biston's Weather Forecast (Oct. 18)The weather story for this weekend will remain the wild winds. Alex Biston reports.
Howling Winds Take Down Trees, Could Lead To More Power Outages This WeekendStrong, gusty winds took down trees overnight and has SoCal Edison mulling more power outages to prevent equipment from sparking wildfires.
Jury Recommends Death Penalty For 'Hollywood Ripper' Michael GargiuloIt took jurors less than five hours to decide in favor of recommending death over a life prison sentence.
Law Enforcement Opposes Relocation Of 'Sexually Violent Predator' From Ventura County To Joshua TreeThe community of Joshua Tree and San Bernardino law enforcement are opposing the relocation of a convicted sexual predator from Ventura County to San Bernardino County.
Galaxy Star Zlatan Ibrahimović Sits Down With Jim HillThe LA Galaxy get set for the playoffs.
2 Rescued After Boat Catches Fire Off Newport Beach CoastlineGood Samaritans came to the rescue of two people after a fire broke out aboard a boat about 10 miles off the Newport Beach coastline Friday morning.
Actor-Singer Garrett Clayton Talks 'IT: A Musical Parody'Actor and singer Garrett Clayton drops by the KCAL9 studio to talk about his musical "IT: A Musical Parody" playing at Rockwell Table and Stage in Los Feliz.
Thousands In Orange County To Walk In The Fight Against Breast CancerDr. Marian Waterman with the UC Irvine Cancer Research Institute drops by the KCAL9 studio to talk about the upcoming Making Strides Walk in Costa Mesa.
Danielle Gersh's Weather Forecast (Oct. 18)Mostly sunny skies Friday with Santa Ana winds expected to return over the weekend. A high of 75 for the beaches and 83 for the valleys.
Tony Gonzalez On NFL Career, University of California, Life After FootballThe Hall of Fame tight end talks with CBS Local's DJ Sixmith about how became one of the greatest to ever play and what he's enjoying the most about retirement.
The Rundown (Oct. 18)The latest news, weather and sports with Hermela Aregawi.
New Baby Giraffe Makes Debut At LA ZooThe female Masai giraffe was born on Oct. 5. Suzanne Marques reports.
Girls At Mid-Wilshire School Watch First All-Female Spacewalk LiveThe girls woke up before sunrise to watch the history-making spacewalk. Hermela Aregawi reports.
Food, Music, Fun Take Over Crenshaw District This WeekendThe 14th annual Taste Of Soul Festival will be hosted by CBS2's own Pat Harvey and DeMarco Morgan. Kandiss Crone reports.
LA County Public Health: 'Stop Vaping Now'There are two new reported cases of serious vaping-associated injuries in the county. DeMarco Morgan reports.
Magnitude-3.7 Earthquake Strikes ComptonThe temblor was reportedly felt from Simi Valley to Escondido. Tina Patel reports.
Strong, Gusty Winds Topple Trees, Put Firefighters On AlertHigh winds have returned to Southern California, along with red flag conditions. Kara Finnstrom reports.
Pets2Love: Big ManTo adopt Big Man, call (213) 485-0214 and ask for ID# A1900670.
Pasadena School Board Eyes Further School Closures Over Declining EnrollmentPasadena's school district is losing students — about 1,200 students in the past five years — forcing the board of education to tackle the issue of closing some schools in order to keep the district solvent.
Ridgecrest Quakes Linked To New Movement Along California Fault Capable Of 8.0 TemblorWhen the Ridgecrest earthquakes rocked Southern California this past summer, scientists said a fault capable of producing an 8.0-magnitude quake began sliding.

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