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Danielle Gersh's Weather Forecast (Nov. 13)A cooling trend continues into Friday. A high of 70 for the beaches and 80 for the valleys.
LA Archbishop Jose Gomez First Latino To Be Voted President Of U.S. BishopsArchbishop Gomez says his advocacy for immigration will continue in his new role. Suzanne Marques reports.
The Rundown (Nov. 13)The latest news, weather and sports with Hermela Aregawi.
John Ridley On Winning Academy Award, 12 Years A Slave, Social Justice ReformThe Academy Award winning director and screenwriter talks with DJ Sixsmith about 12 Years A Slave, the movie industry, and his social justice work.
2 Texas Men Arrested In Slaying Outside Tarzana AirbnbTwo Texas men have been taken into custody in the murder and robbery of an Indiana man outside a Tarzana home back in September.
Startup Looking To Fly Commuters Over SoCal TrafficFLOAT, which stands for "Fly Over All Traffic, believes they can use SoCal's small airports to cut down daily commutes at just $30 each way. Tina Patel reports.
F-117 Nighthawk Stealth Fighter Brought To Reagan Library In PiecesThe jet is on permanent loan from the Air Force and will go on public display on Dec. 7. Suzanne Marques reports.
Security Tightened At Fremont High School In South LA After MeleeAs many as eight fights broke out at Fremont High School. Kandiss Crone reports.
Vice President Mike Pence To Attend Fundraising Lunch In Huntington BeachThe vice president will continue on to Northern California tomorrow. DeMarco Morgan reports.
Public Impeachment Hearings Begin TodayTwo state officials, George Kent and Bill Taylor, are scheduled to testify before the House Intelligence Committee. Kara Finnstrom reports.
Chino Students Send Off School Resource Officer With Dance RoutineCorporate Tillman performed a medley of dance moves on his way out as Don Lugo High School's school resource officer. DeMarco Morgan and Suzanne Marques report.
$3M Rent Relief Program To Help Low-Income LA Tenants Facing Short-Term Rent HikesLos Angeles officials Wednesday provided more details regarding an emergency rent relief subsidy to help low-income city residents who may have seen a spike in their rents ahead of a new state rent cap which takes effect in 2020.
Fire Breaks Out At Downtown LA WarehouseSixty-eight firefighters fought the flames and hand it out within 26 minutes. Suzanne Marques reports.
Ivy Claire On New Book With Kobe BryantThe former professional squash player discusses her new book with NBA champion Kobe Bryant and what it was like to work with the Black Mamba.
Caught On Video: Good Samaritans Warn Residents Of Fire In Westlake DistrictMen were seen pounding on windows and yelling "fire!" as flames glowed in the background. Suzanne Marques reports.
Caught On Camera: Driver Rams Into Man With CarIt was a shocking end to an argument caught-on-camera in the northern California city of Antioch. Tom Wait reports.
F-117 Nighthawk Stealth Fighter Arrives At Reagan Presidential LibraryAn unexpected guest arrived tonight at the Reagan Presidential Library. SKY2 was overhead.
Report: 25 Percent Of Angelenos Can Afford Median-Priced HomeAccording to a report by the California Association of Realtors, homebuyers need to make at least $127,000 annually to buy a median-priced home. Crystal Cruz reports.
Public's Help Sought In Search For Missing 81-Year-Old Lake Elsinore Man With DementiaManuel Soto wandered away from home early Thursday morning. His wife of 56 years, Maria, is worried sick, according to their niece, Gabriella Rosas.
88-Year-Old Woman Who Fractured Hip After Tripping Over Scooter, Sues Lyft, Santa MonicaDorothy “Dolly” Green's life changed when she tripped over a scooter parked in front of Santa Monica Community College Emeritus. Chris Holmstrom reports.
Family Remembers Anaheim Veteran Allegedly Killed By ExThe night Judith Spirtos got the call that her 40-year-old sister, Navy Lieutenant Ruth Cortes, was murdered in the driveway of their aunt’s house in Moreno Valley October 30th, she says it was "an absolute shock."
#SealTheMeal: David Goldstein's Investigation Into Food Delivery Services Prompts County-Wide ChangeJust weeks after our hidden camera investigation, the L.A. County Board of Supervisors passed a motion that could lead to sealed bags for all food deliveries and restaurants.
CBSLA: The Rundown (Nov. 12)There was a possible road rage shooting on the 405 Freeway Monday night. Former President Jimmy Carter is recovering from brain surgery. Hyatt is becoming more environmentally friendly by removing miniature toiletries. 
Man Exonerated 11 Years After Wrongful Conviction For Armed Robberies In Boyle HeightsRuben Martinez Jr. was wrongfully convicted in 2008 for a series of armed robberies in Boyle Heights.Rachel Kim reports.

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