Elizabeth Ruzzo from UCLA talks new findings in autism research.
49ers Fans En Route As Southland Prepares For NFC ChampionshipDespite their Rams best efforts, droves of 49ers fans are set to storm SoFi Stadium on Sunday for the NFC Championship. In response, Rams fans across the Southland are showing out for the Rams in hopes of helping their team earn a berth in the upcoming Super Bowl.
Gascón To Face Second Recall EffortThe L.A. County Registrar's office has authorized recall organizers to start circulating their petition. The petition must receive valid signatures from no less than 10% of the registered voters in the county, 566,857, by July 6, 2022, to move forward.
Look At This: Griffth ParkLook at this it's Griffith Park! A beloved green space in the middle of Los Angeles' urban sprawl, Griffith park started with a 3,000-acre donation from its namesake Griffith J. Griffith and has grown to over 4,000 acres making it the 11th largest park in the country.
Rams Surprise Teens With Super Bowl TicketsAhead of the NFC Championship game this Sunday, the Los Angeles Rams rewarded 19 players from the Watts Rams Youth Football Program.
San Bernardino Family Searches For Missing Family MemberA family is desperately searching for one of their own who suspiciously went missing after being transported to a hospital in the area. Now, with no information on his whereabouts, they're searching for answers.
Big Rig Collision Prompts Gasoline Spillage, Lane Closure in WilmingtonA non-injury collision between a compact passenger vehicle and a semi-truck has resulted in approximately 25 gallons of diesel fuel spillage in Wilmington on the northbound 110 Freeway. Several lanes are closed as cleanup crews contain the situation.
Five Injured After Car Collides With Bus In Manchester Square AreaFive people were injured in a fiery collision between a bus and a car on Friday evening. Two of the injured persons were said to be children, though their injuries are considered to be minor. Two of the other occupants of the car are said to be in critical condition.
CBSNLA: The Rundown (Jan. 28 PM Edition)Here are the latest headlines in local news and weather. Updated twice daily.
Staff Shortages Cause Metro to Slash Service CitywideMetro officials are expecting to slash at least 10% of their services across the Southland, due to the substantial impact of staff shortages currently affecting the company. They are looking to fill nearly 600 positions by June to bring things back to normal. As a result, residents and public transportation riders are facing delays and frustration.
"The Queen of Basketball" Documentary Highlights Life of Lucy Harris"The Queen of Basketball" documentary, which showed at the Tribeca Film Festival, among others, and executive produced by Shaquille O'Neal, is set to show in several theaters this weekend on the life of possibly the greatest woman basketball player of all time. Director Ben Proudfoot joined the studio to discuss his film and the impact that Harris had on the game.
LA Metro Bus ShortageLA Metro bus shortage
Firefighters Rescue Person Trapped in Vehicle Following Collision in North HollywoodA person was rescued by Los Angeles Fire Department crews on Friday after a collision caused severe damage to their vehicle in North Hollywood.
Wind Whips Through SouthlandThe Santa Ana winds have affected many residents across the Southland knocking down trees, cutting off power and forcing some outdoor businesses to cut back.
Honoring A Surf Icon In Dana PointA bronze statue of surf legend Joyce Hoffman went up in Orange County Thursday.
Fire Scorches Residential Building In Glassell Park Area; No Injuries ReportedFirefighters Friday needed about 22 minutes to extinguish a second-story residential fire in the Glassell Park area.
SoFi Stadium Pulling Out All the Stops for NFC ChampionshipWith SoFi Stadium set to host the NFC Championship on Sunday, the stadium and staff members are going full tilt with preparations to treat fans to an unforgettable experience, including live music, pre-game airing of the AFC Championship Game and much more. Sarah Schuler, Rams Marketing Spokeswoman joined the studio to discuss all of the things Rams fans can look forward to.
Rams Fans Preparing For NFC Championship On SundayWith less than 48 hours until the biggest matchup of the season for the Rams, fans have already begun making preparations for the NFC Championship against their divisional and instate rivals - the San Francisco 49ers.
High Winds Whipping Up Allergies As more and more people start to feel allergies coming on in Southern California, the symptoms, such as coughing and runny nose, are making some worried that they might have gotten COVID-19.
New Bill Will Crack Down On Street Racing, SideshowsState Sen. Henry Stern is sponsoring another bill tackle the problems of street racing and sideshows. Amy Johnson reports.
Gusty Santa Ana Winds Topple 2 Trees On Same Sylmar PropertyNo one was hurt after two large trees came crashing down onto the same property in Sylmar late Thursday night amid a powerful Santa Ana wind event. Kara Finnstrom reports.
Westbound 91 Freeway To Shut Down All Weekend In CoronaA portion of the westbound 91 Freeway in Corona will be closed for a full 56 hours this weekend as part of an ongoing construction project.
Family Of Slain Rapper Drakeo The Ruler Filing Lawsuit Against Live NationThe family of a rapper who was killed in a stabbing at a Los Angeles music festival last month is filing a lawsuit against the festival's promoters.
CBSNLA: The Rundown (Jan. 28 AM Edition)Here are the latest headlines in local news and weather. Updated twice daily.
Alex Biston's Weather Forecast (Jan. 28)A high of 72 for the beaches and valleys Friday.