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Stores Looted At Third Street Promenade As Peaceful George Floyd Protest Escalates To UnrestStores were being looted at the Third Street Promenade in Santa Monica as a peaceful protest denouncing the deadly arrest of George Floyd has escalated to unrest. Desmond Shaw reports.
CBSNLA: The Rundown (May 31)Here are the latest headlines in news and weather. Amy Johnson reports.
Hundreds Of George Floyd Protesters Gather In Huntington Beach Where Unlawful Assembly Is DeclaredPolice have declared an unlawful assembly in Huntington Beach where hundreds have converged. Greg Mills reports.
Stores Looted At Third Street Promenade As Peaceful George Floyd Protest Escalates To UnrestA peaceful protest denouncing deadly arrest of George Floyd has now turned to looting on the Third Street Promenade. Amy Johnson reports.
'Here's My Business Card': Chief Moore Tells All Who Think Their Rights Were Violated That Their Complaints Will Be InvestigatedLAPD Chief Michel Moore says he has been handing out his business card to demonstrators who complained about police conduct over the weekend.
Mayor Garcetti Announces Another Citywide Curfew For SundayMayor Garcetti announces another citywide curfew to go into effect at 8 p.m. tonight through 5:30 a.m. Monday.
'This Is Not The Answer': Businesses On Brink Of Reopening After COVID-19 Closures Devastated By LootingSeveral days and nights of unrest have really taken a deep toll on neighbors and small business owners in several local communities, including in the Fairfax District.
Alex Biston's Weather Forecast (May 31)Temperatures Sunday were expected to remain mild. Alex Biston reports.
'It Really Hit Us Hard': CBS2 News Crew Exposed To Tear Gas As Police Work To Disperse Nearby Unruly CrowdFace to face with hundreds of protesters in Beverly Hills, police deployed tear gas after making repeated attempts to have the crowd disperse on their own following the city's mandated curfew. Laurie Perez reports.
Around 1,000 People Believed To Have Been Arrested In LA Following Night Of UnrestIn downtown Los Angeles, the scene was very similar, with glass shattered, and businesses looted. Joy Benedict reports.
Aerials Over Fairfax District Show Aftermath Of Night Of UnrestThe Fairfax District was just one of several places in California that really saw peaceful protests over the death of George Floyd turn into violence, vandalism, and looting. Amy Johnson reports.
National Guard Arrives To LA After Night Of Violent Protests With Rocks, Bricks, Metal Rods Thrown At PoliceThe days of continuous violence and unrest has led to a state of emergency in Los Angeles County. Kara Finnstrom reports.
Santa Ana PD: "400+ Took Over The Intersection of Bristol and McFadden"Corporal Anthony Bertagna of the Santa Ana PD talked to CBS2 News about Saturday evening's protest on the corner of Bristol and McFadden. Bertagna says the protest quickly swelled to over 400 people who began throwing rocks, bottles, fireworks and projectiles at officers.
Looting, Violence And Vandalism: Peaceful Protests Take A Turn In Fairfax District, Beverly HillsThousands of protestors gathered in the Fairfax District on Saturday, marking a fourth night of unrest across Los Angeles after the deadly arrest of George Floyd in Minneapolis on Monday. At first, the situation was relatively peaceful and organized, but after a few hours tensions began to rise.
Santa Ana Protestors Throw Bottles, Fireworks At Officers; 1 OC Sheriff's Deputy InjuredAround 400 protestors gathered in Santa Ana on Saturday night to protest the deadly arrest of George Floyd in Minneapolis on Monday. Some threw mortars, rocks, and bottles at officers, who deployed tear gas in response. One O.C. Sheriff's deputy has been injured and transported to the hospital.
'I'm Disappointed': LAPD Chief Michel Moore Discusses Clashes Between Protesters And Police"People should go home, they should stay home," said about unrest on Saturday evening in the city of Los Angeles.
Looting, Vandalism Erupts In Downtown LA Despite Citywide CurfewDespite Mayor Garcetti's citywide curfew — which began as a curfew only for the downtown area to clean up the remnants of Friday night's protests — vandalism and looting began again in the area on Saturday night.
A Boarded-Up Beverly HillsCBS2's Laurie Perez takes a walk down Rodeo Drive where windows are covered in boards and graffiti. Our cameras caught a group of around 50 people attempt to break into the Gucci store and successfully break into and loot the Alexander McQueen store just down the street.
Demonstrators Ignite Fires Throughout Los AngelesSky2 was over this fire at the 7600 block of West Melrose Avenue. It is believed to be an apparel/shoe store.
Mayor Garcetti: "There Will Be Officers Out There To Protect Our City And National Guard Within About Four Hours"Mayor Garcetti called CBS2 to make an impassioned plea to the people still out on the streets to "go home". He also talked about what will happen to those arrested tonight.
Mayor Garcetti: Anyone Outside Will Be ArrestedJeff Nguyen is live from the Fairfax District as many of the demonstrators are being arrested.
Lynn Family Foundation Hosts Madden WeekendChargers Head Coach Anthony Lynn and the Lynn Family Foundation are hosting their First Annual Madden Tournament. After being forced to cancel the 2nd annual golf outing due to the pandemic, the Lynns decided to host a virtual tournament to help raise funds for the North Texas Food Bank in their home state
Beverly Hills Police SUVs Set On FirePolice have declared an unlawful assembly in Beverly Hills.
CBS2 Cameras Catch Looters Breaking Into Alexander McQueen Store In Beverly HillsCBS2 cameras were on the ground during a protest in Beverly Hills as a group of people broke into the store and ran out with merchandise.

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