CBS2/KCAL 9's Greg Mills talks to Saugus High School students dealing with the emotional toll of this week's shooting.

Latest Videos

Street Racing Likely To Blame For Fiery Burbank Wreck Which Killed 3, Injured 2At least three people were killed and two others seriously injured in a fiery multivehicle wreck in Burbank late Tuesday night that was likely caused by street racing. Tina Patel reports.
CBSNLA: The Rundown (Aug. 3 PM Edition)Here are the latest headline in local news and weather. Updated twice daily.
Gunman Barricaded In RV In South LA After ShootingPolice were surrounding a suspected gunman who had barricaded himself in an RV in South Los Angeles Wednesday morning after a shooting which left another man wounded.
Hollywood Museum Reopens Wednesday For First Time Since Start Of PandemicThe iconic Hollywood Museum reopened Wednesday for the first time since the start of the pandemic in March of 2020.
CBSNLA: The Rundown (Aug. 4 AM Edition)Here are the latest headline in local news and weather. Updated twice daily.
LAPD Investigating Whether Officers Used Excessive Force In Woodland Hills Arrest Of NBA Player Jaxson HayesLos Angeles police are launching a categorical use of force investigation into the arrest last week of New Orleans Pelicans player Jaxson Hayes at a home in Woodland Hills. Katie Johnston reports.
CVS To Increase Hourly Minimum Wage To $15Retail giant CVS Pharmacy is increasing its hourly minimum wage to $15 per hour beginning in July of 2022. Katie Johnston reports.
Spirit Airlines’ Massive Flight Cancellation Debacle Enters Fourth DayMany passengers remained stranded at Los Angeles International Airport Wednesday as the flight cancellation fiasco which has engulfed Spirit Airlines entered its fourth day.
Out-Of-Work Public Housing Residents Trained To Install Solar Panels On RooftopsMany Americans who lost work during the pandemic are considering new careers. A ground breaking environmental program is giving people a helping hand, with free training for green jobs. Katie Johnston reports.
Man Shot To Death By Azusa Police In GlendoraA man was shot and killed by Azusa police officers early Wednesday morning on a street in the neighboring city of Glendora.
Los Angeles Public Library Restores Hours To Pre-Pandemic ScheduleThe Los Angeles Public Library has restored its libraries' hours to their pre-pandemic schedules. Katie Johnston reports.
First Human Case Of West Nile Virus Reported For 2021 In LA CountyThe first human case of West Nile Virus has been reported in Los Angeles County for this year, public health officials said on Tuesday. Katie Johnston reports.
Long Beach Pro Skateboarder Arrested, Charged With 1st-Degree MurderA professional skateboarder from Long Beach, 36-year-old Terry Kennedy, is being held without bail after he allegedly punched and kicked a man from Wheaton who later died. Katie Johnston reports.
3 Killed, 2 Injured In Fiery Wreck In BurbankAt least three people were killed and two others injured in a fiery multivehicle wreck in Burbank late Tuesday night. Authorities are investigating whether street racing may have been involved. Tina Patel reports.
Calif. Imposes Major Water Cutbacks For Farmers As Drought Crisis DeepensSome farmers in one of the country's most important agricultural regions will have to stop taking water out of major rivers and streams because of a severe drought that is threatening the drinking water supply for 25 million people, state regulators said Tuesday.
3 Killed In Fiery Wreck In BurbankAt least three people were killed in a fiery crash in Burbank late Tuesday night.
Evelyn Taft's Weather ForecastEvelyn Taft provides the latest forecast for the southland.
Police Dog Attacks Boy At National Night Out EventA police dog reportedly bit a 5-year-old boy in the head in South Pasadena on Tuesday night during a National Night Out event. His father is speaking out.
LAPD Officer Arrested For Resisting ArrestAn LAPD Officer has been suspended and stripped of police powers after resisting arrest by Ventura County Deputies.
Cities Across Southland Take Part In 'National Night Out' To Promote Police-Community PartnershipsSeveral cities across the Southland joined the nationwide campaign to promote police-community partnerships on Tuesday.
High Heat Forcing Southland Residents To Find Ways To Stay In The ShadeReporting from Fontana, Nicole Comstock speaks with an ice cream truck owner, a community service supervisor at a cooling center and professional boxer on their routines for keeping cool during the hot days and nights.
Count Board Of Supervisors To Vote On Vaccine Mandate, While More Businesses Begin To Require Proof Of VacciantionLaurie Perez reports on the latest development in vaccine mandates among not only private businesses, but also a push by the County Board of Supervisors, who are set to vote on whether employees will need to be vaccinated or undergo weekly testing.
Independent Investigation Finds Gov. Andrew Cuomo Harassed Multiple WomenAn independent investigation has determined New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo harassed multiple women. He has denied all allegations. Tom Wait reports.
Veterans' Voices: Patriots And PawsTonight's Veterans' Voices looks at one organization focusing on giving veterans the support they need when making the move from military to civilian life.

Search Video

Videos by Category