Two Expo Line stations in downtown Los Angeles reopened Saturday after being closed for the past two months due to construction.

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'Lawful But Awful': Online Publication Now Posting Information Of Those Arrested In West HollywoodAn online publication is now allowing its users to view who has been arrested in West Hollywood including names, ages and the crime they — for alleged crimes from misdemeanors to felonies.
Buyer Beware: Scammers Trying To Profit From Renting Homes They Do Not Own To Unsuspecting VictimsWhen a woman looking for a home in Thousand Oaks saw a posting online for a three-bedroom, two bathroom home for rent in for $1,000 less than other homes in the area, she jumped on it and contacted the poster.
Major League Baseball Hall of Famer George Brett Holds Clinic In InglewoodMajor League Baseball Hall of Famer George Brett held a baseball clinic for local kids in Inglewood on Sunday. The clinic marked the end of Grassroots Baseball's Route 66 campaign, spearheaded by former MLB Hall of Fame President Jeff Idelson.
Fight At Moreno Valley Middle School Leaves One Student With Major InjuriesPolice are investigating after a fight at Moreno Valley Middle School left one student badly injured Monday.
SoCal Gas Prices Could Jump Following Attack On Saudi RefineryA drone attack on a Saudi gas refinery that has sent oil prices skyrocketing could hit the Southland particularly hard.
Car Tumbles Off Embankment In Sherman Oaks At Busy Connector RampAt least one person was injured after a car tumbled off an embankment at a connector ramp from the southbound 405 Freeway to the northbound 101 Freeway Monday evening.
2 Injured In Monday Night Shooting In Fairfax DistrictTwo men were shot after an altercation Monday night near the intersection of Stanley Avenue and Beverly Boulevard. They were taken to the hospital in stable condition.
Gov. Newsom Targets Youth Vaping With Executive OrderCalifornia Governor Gavin Newsom joined the fight against youth vaping, starting with a statewide public awareness campaign.
Police: 'No Threat' To Public From Item Found In Trash Can At Third Street PromenadeSanta Monica police were investigating a suspicious package — that was said to resemble a pressure cooker — left in a trash can near the 1400 block of Third Street Promenade Monday evening, but determined that the package was not a threat to the public.

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Evelyn Taft's Weather Forecast (Sept. 16)Evelyn Taft takes a look at tonight's weather forecast.
CBSLA: The Rundown (Sept.16)An investigation is underway following claims of racial taunts at Friday's football game at San Clemente High School. Three transgender women and a gay man who were seen on video being ejected form a downtown bar after attending the DTLA Pride festival are asking for a public apology. A man is in custody and a woman is being sought for a scam in which they allegedly pretended to be from government agencies and threatened victims with arrest if they didn't pay a bribe.
Police Investigating Suspicious Package Near Third Street PromenadeSanta Monica police were investigating a suspicious package left in a trash can near the 1400 block of Third Street Promenade. The 1400 block of Third Street Promenade and 200-300 block of Santa Monica Blvd was closed to all traffic.
Compensation Program Unveiled For Clergy Abuse VictimsA new program allowing victims of sex abuse by clergy in six Catholic dioceses in California to seek financial compensation without going through the court system began accepting claims Monday.
LA County To Hold Mock Election To Test Out New Voting SystemYou don't have to be registered to vote - or even be 18 years old - to take part in a countywide mock election on Sept. 28-29.
Crossing Guard, Girl Hurt After Being Hit By Car In Valley GlenA female crossing guard and a girl were hospitalized after being struck by a car in Valley Glen Monday morning, shutting down a major thoroughfare for hours.
Natural Gas Pipeline Ruptured At Construction Site In Pacific PalisadesThe Los Angeles Fire Department was working with So Cal Gas Monday afternoon after a natural gas pipeline was ruptured in Pacific Palisades.
Rams Giving Away Free Trips To LondonTwo lucky fans will get the chance to hop the pond to watch the Rams' game next month.
SoCal Gas Prices Could Jump By 50 Cents A Gallon After Attack On Saudi RefineryA drone attack on a Saudi gas refinery that has sent oil prices skyrocketing could hit the Southland particularly hard.
Sheriff’s Investigators Say ‘No Mention’ Of Hate Speech, Slurs At San Clemente HS Football Gameeports of racial slurs being directs and football players and cheerleaders visiting San Clemente High School for a game last week were inaccurate and involved only students being "rowdy and obnoxious", sheriff's officials said Monday.
Woman Stabbed To Death In Rancho Cucamonga HomeA 49-year-old woman was stabbed to death at an upscale home in Rancho Cucamonga Monday morning.
LA Harbor Boat Show Cruises Into San PedroThe Los Angeles Harbor Boat Show comes to San Pedro from Sept. 19 through Sept. 22. L.A. Yacht Club Commodore Marie Rogers drops by KCAL9 to talk about the exciting event.
Bilingual Children's Book 'The Life Of Ritchie' Retells Story Of Chicano Rock-Star Ritchie ValensA local pair of moms and entrepreneurs turned the life of Ritchie Valens into a bi-lingual children's book.
Disneyland Added $8.5B To Local Economy In 2018, Study FindsResearchers say it's all thanks to about 25 million Disneyland visitors who poured money into hotels and local businesses. 
3 Transgender Women Thrown Out Of Downtown LA Bar Speak OutThree transgender women and a gay man who claim they were verbally and physically assaulted before being forcibly removed from a downtown Los Angeles bar last month held a news conference Monday to discuss their ordeal. Kara Finnstrom reports.
Study on the Gender Pay Gap in HollywoodRebecca Sun from The Hollywood Reporter talks gender gap in Hollywood in light of new study.
One Person Stabbed To Death In Rancho Cucamonga HomeOne person was stabbed to death at an upscale home in Rancho Cucamonga Monday morning.
Santa Ana College Closed As Police Investigate Fatal Shooting NearbyA man who was found shot to death in a Santa Ana College parking lot had lost control of his car and crashed into the campus. Kandiss Crone reports.
Crossing Guard, Child Hit By Car In Valley GlenA female crossing guard and a girl were hospitalized but are expected to survive after being struck by a car in Valley Glen Monday morning.
Racial Slurs At San Clemente High Football Game Sparks OutrageParents and students from San Diego say they were the subject of racial slurs when their team visited San Clemente Friday for a football game. Tina Patel reports.

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