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California Prepares For Annual Earthquake DrillThe Great California Shakeout will happen at 10:17 a.m. Tina Patel reports.
Assistance Center Opens In Sylmar For Victims Of Saddle Ridge FireThe Saddle Ridge Fire destroyed 19 structures and damaged 88 others, and still hasn't been put out completely. Kandiss Crone reports.
Maryland Congressman Elijah Cummings Dies UnexpectedlyCummings, 68, was known for his passionate debates. Kara Finnstrom reports.
Several Residents Displaced By Fire At Alhambra ApartmentThere were no injuries reported from the fire. DeMarco Morgan reports.
Man Wounded In Shooting At Santa Monica PierThe gunman remains at large. Stu Mundel reports.
Garcetti Announces $1.5M Program To Help Homeless Women Living On Skid RowLos Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti announced a new $1.5 million trauma-assistance program Wednesday to help 100 homeless women living on Skid Row.
'It's Surreal': Martins Licis Talks About Winning World's Strongest Man CompetitionMartins Licis moved to California nine years ago to begin training to be a professional strongman under the watchful eye of strongman legend Odd Haugen. After taking fourth in last year's World Strongest Man competition, he won this year's contest — beating defending champion Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson, best known as The Mountain in Game of Thrones, in the process.
SoCal Edison Warns Of Potential Power Shutoffs As Santa Ana Winds Expected To ReturnThousands of people across Southern California should be prepared for the possibility of more planned power outages over the next several days.
Garth Kemp's Weather Forecast (Oct. 16)Garth Kemp takes a look at the next seven days.
Caught On Video: Off-Duty OC Deputy Shown Pulling Gun On TeenThe deputy is on administrative leave after allegedly pulling the gun on a teen in a San Clemente skatepark. Rachel Kim reports.
Officials Hope To Save Lives With Statewide Earthquake Early Warning System AppAn earthquake early warning system has been in the works for years and, starting Thursday, California residents will have access to the first-ever statewide early warning system — on their phones.
Daughter Of Beloved Maintenance Man Gunned Down By Would-Be Robber Shares Her PainBetzabeth Centeno told CBS2/KCAL9's Tom Wait that her father will never walk her down the aisle. She and her mom are beyond devastated. "There's nothing we can do but to keep on going," says Centeno.
1 Person Injured In Shooting At Santa Monica Pier Parking LotOne person was taken to the hospital Wednesday night with non-life threatening injuries after a shooting in a Santa Monica Pier parking lot.
'It Breaks My Heart': Family Mourns Death Of Santa Ana 10-Year-OldThe family of a 10-year-old girl who police said died of an apparent suicide continued their nine-day prayer vigil Wednesday night.
Person Hit By Car In AnaheimThe person was transported to a nearby hospital in unknown condition. Stu Mundel reports.
Both Sides Now: President Condemned For Decision To Pull US Out SyriaThe move proved to be unpopular with both political parties and the president continues to try to distance himself from the chaos in Syria that some say he created. Chris Holmstrom reports.
1 Taken To Hospital Following Reported Stabbing At Taco Bell In WhittierOne person was taken to the hospital in unknown condition after a reported stabbing Wednesday night at a Taco Bell in Whittier.
Eye On Entertainment (Oct. 16)A sexy "Charlie's Angels" reboot is about to hit theaters and a "Breaking Bad" dining experience sounds pretty good to us. Sara Donchey and Jeff Vaughn report.
CBSLA: The Rundown (Oct. 16)A magnitude-6.4 earthquake hit the Philippines, send children running from a school. SWAT teams moved in on an illegal gambling bust in Long Beach this morning. There are new warnings about a looming recession. 
'I'll Shoot You In The F---king Face': Off-Duty Officer Allegedly Pulls Gun On Teen At San Clemente Skate ParkAn Orange County sheriff's deputy is on administrative leave after pulling a gun on a teen at a San Clemente skatepark.
Water In LA Receives C+ Grade While 60% Continues To Come From Outside RegionThe report included a C+ grade for water supply and consumption even though 60% of the water in L.A. County comes from outside of the region.
On Your Side: Vinny CicereWhen it comes to self-defense, Vinny Cecere figured out that being smart could be the only thing that can keep you safe. Now he's sharing his skills with our veterans and active military.
Earthquake Early Warning Alerts To Go Live Statewide In Time For Great Shakeout DrillThe California Governor's Office of Emergency Services says earthquake early warning alerts will become publicly available statewide starting Thursday.
Teacher Put On Leave After Cellphone Video Surfaces Of Him Grabbing Student By NeckThe Lynwood High School teacher told authorities he grabbed the student to break up an altercation. Dave Lopez spoke to the student in question Wednesday.

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