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LA Public Defender Dies Of CoronavirusA deputy public defender who worked out of West Covina has become the first employee in the Los Angeles County justice system to die of COVID-19. Katie Johnston reports.
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Ex-Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin Arrested In George Floyd’s DeathFired Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin has been arrested four days after George Floyd’s fatal arrest that sparked protests, rioting and outcry across the city and nation.
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Rock Band Yachtley Crew Talk About Their Love Letter To LAMembers of the rock band Yachtley Crew spoke to CBS2 Friday about their latest music video "Just the Way You Are," a love letter to L.A. that was shot during the pandemic stay-at-home orders.
CNN Reporter Describes Experience Being Arrested While Covering Minneapolis ProtestsA CNN reporter was arrested in Minneapolis while reporting on the unrest in the city live on air Friday morning.
Managing Student Debt During PandemicNatalia Abrams discusses new data that shows COVID-19 economic downturn is crushing those with student loan debt.
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Orange County Health Officer Threatened Over Mask OrderOrange County's public health chief has received several threats over her order that face-coverings remain mandatory in public, a divisive issue which has prompted angry debate on both sides.
Jon Fratelli On The Fratellis, Chelsea Dagger, New Song Strangers In The StreetsThe musician talks with CBS Local's DJ Sixsmith about his band's new song Stranger In The Streets that is raising money for COVID-19 reliefs, the journey of The Fratellis and how Chelsea Dagger became a hit.
UCLA Online "Spring Sing" PerformanceUCLA students, Jess Grimes and Bella Stenvall, discuss the annual Spring Sing and how this year will be different than usual.
Riverside County Courts To Resume Summoning Jurors In JuneStarting in June, the Riverside County Superior Court will resume summoning jurors for trials in an effort to decrease the number of backlogged cases that have built up in the past two months due to coronavirus closures. Katie Johnston reports.
Fontana Police Fatally Shoot Weapon-Wielding Man; Officer, Police Dog InjuredA male suspect was dead and an officer and police service dog were injured Thursday following a barricade situation in Fontana. Katie Johnston reports.
L.A. Metro Board Seeks To Reduce Price Of Rider Passes Once Normal Boarding ResumesThe Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority Board of Directors voted Thursday to take steps to reduce the cost of rider passes by half once normal boarding resumes. Katie Johnston reports.
9 Arrested In Violent Fontana Police ProtestsNine people were arrested in police protests in Fontana Thursday night which turned violent following the Minneapolis death of George Floyd earlier in the week.
CNN Crew Arrested While Reporting Live During Minneapolis ProtestsThe Minnesota State Patrol arrested a CNN crew live on air early Friday morning as they were reporting on the George Floyd protests.
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Protesters Stage Demonstrations Against Police Brutality Across Southern CaliforniaGroups of people protesting police brutality following the death of George Floyd, an unarmed black man who died while in the custody of Minneapolis police, took to the streets Thursday for the second night in a row.
Coronavirus Cases, Deaths Continue To Rise In SouthlandSouthland counties reported additional coronavirus deaths and cases, even as officials continue plans to reopen.
Los Angeles Traffic Picking Up As Safer At Home Orders EaseAccording to Inrix Transportation, which collects data on drivers around the country by using sensors in roadways and by tracking cell phone data and GPS devices, Angelenos drove 60% fewer miles on April 6 than normal. But on May 23, traffic was only down by 25% ⁠— a huge increase in the number of people on the road in just six weeks.
Researchers Raise Concerns Over Coronavirus Antibody TestsThe CDC has warned coronavirus antibody tests can be wrong up to half the time, concerning researchers about the false confidence the tests will instill in some.
Family Of Lynwood Man Who Died After Contracting COVID-19 Hope People Continue Taking Safety PrecautionsAntonio Pacheco, 42, died on the way to the hospital after learning he tested positive for the novel coronavirus.
SoCal Nail Salons Await Reopening Guidelines From GovernorHair and nail salons are both part of phase 3 of Gov. Newsom's reopening plan. While hair salons have received the green light in some counties, nail salons must remain shuttered.

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