The district is rolling out electric buses for the first time, and asking administrators to move out into local neighborhood offices. Kara Finnstrom reports.

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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.
1 Dead Of Gunshot Wounds In Downtown High Rise, Police Conducting Limited SearchPolice locked down a downtown residential building and surrounding streets Thursday night while they investigated a deadly shooting.
Evelyn Taft's Weather Forecast (Oct. 17)Evelyn Taft takes a look at tonight's weather forecast.
El Chapo's Son Captured After Fierce Gun Battle -- Then ReleasedAfter hours of unrelenting violence, authorities said they released El Chapo's son to protect lives. Tom Wait reports.
Officials Confirm 'Suspicious' Item In Blanket Found In Abandoned Car Is BodyAuthorities are being tight-lipped about the possible identity of the victim. Stacey Butler reports.
Inland Empire Residents Prepare For Potential Power Outages As Winds ReturnThousands of people across Southern California should be prepared for the possibility of more planned power outages over the next several days as another wind event was forecast to hit the area.
Wendy Williams Receives Star On Hollywood Walk Of Fame"The elephant in the room is that I've been having a really, really tough year," television host Wendy Williams said after unveiling her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Williams began the 11th season of her eponymous talk show in September.
President's Acting Chief Of Staff Sets Off Firestorm After Admitting Trump Committed Impeachable OffenseMick Mulvaney, the president's acting chief of staff, said Thursday that the call the president made to Ukraine's president involved a quid pro quo deal to get dirt on Joe Biden and his son Hunter. Later, Mulvaney dialed the comment back and said it was taken out of context. Cristy Fajardo reports.
People Making A Difference: Teen Girls Keep Holocaust Survivor's Story AliveWith the help of a $5,000 grant from the Dragon Kim Foundation, two teen girls paid tribute to an area Holocaust survivor by curating her tapestries into an exhibit at the Feldman Gallery at the Harvard-Westlake School.
1 Dead Of Gunshot Wounds In Downtown High Rise, Police InvestigatingPolice were investigating a deadly shooting in downtown Los Angeles Thursday night.
Residents Of Mobile Home Park Balk At $355 A Month Rent HikeA new law keeps landlords from charging renters more than a 5 percent rent increase -- but that law doesn't include people in mobile home parks. Lesley Marin reports.
CBSLA: The Rundown (Oct. 17)A CHP officer was hurt today following a pursuit today in the San Fernando Valley. Those devastated by the Saddle Ridge Fire can now get help at a new assistance center in Sylmar. A drill at Biola University in La Mirada this morning as part of the Great California Shakeout.
2 On Your Side: Does The Used Car You're Buying Meet Safety Standard?2 On Your Side's Kristine Lazar says as many as one in nine used vehicles have Takata air bags which have been recalled.

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