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Claremont Hammered By High Winds, With Downed Power Lines, Toppled Trees Across Most If CityLaurie Perez reports from Claremont where many residents were still without power after strong winds whipped through the Southland Friday night into Saturday morning, toppling trees on cars, houses and power lines.
2 Dead, 1 Critically Injured In Compton Pursuit CrashSky9 was over the scene of a two vehicle crash that killed two people and critically injured another in Compton. The crash stemmed from a pursuit that sheriff's deputies were in with one of the vehicles.
COVID-19 Continues to Mentally Drain Americans, Dr. Britany Alexander Explains How to Make the Best Out of The PandemicAs the Coronavirus continues to rage despite impacting life for the better part of two years, many people around the world are beginning to feel the effects of the pandemic on their mental health. Dr. Britany Alexander, a Kaiser Permanent Psychiatrist, joined the studio to discuss how you can beat the negativity and stay mentally healthy in the face of the virus.
COVID-19 Hospitalizations Down Slightly, Sparking Some Hope For A Plateau In InfectionsKandis Crone reports from Sherman Oaks where there are some signs, such as a lower demand for tests and a drop in hospitalizations, that the number of people infected with the Omicron variant of COVID-19 may be plateauing. Experts, though, said everyone should remain cautious and continue wearing masks.
Omicron Surge Continues to Batter Southland, Health Expert Explains Why Death Totals Remain HighDr. Suman Radhakrishna with Dignity Health joined Lesley Marin to discuss the current state of the Omicron surge, hospitalizations due to the virus and where the Southland stands moving forward in the pandemic.
Memorial for Fallen 13 Unveiled in Norco On SaturdayThe City of Norco unveiled a memorial for the 13 service members who were killed in a suicide bombing in 2021, while American troops were being withdrawn from Afghanistan.
Latest Weather In The SouthlandYour Saturday evening weather forecast.
Top News Stories You Might Not Have Heard About This WeekThe latest news stories you might have missed this week.
High-Winds Topple Power Lines, Down Trees And Leave Some Community Cleaning Up The AftermathJeff Nguyen reports from Claremont where high-winds damaged some homes and cars, as well as downing trees and power lines. Some area residents could be seen Saturday morning cleaning up debris blocking roads, littering their yards and that of their neighbors.
Shooting At South LA Family Dollar StoreSky2 was over the scene of South Los Angeles shooting at a Family Dollar Store. Officials with LA City Fire said one person was transported to a nearby hospital in unknown condition. Investigators are still at the scene, though the shooting suspect is said to have fled.
Strong Winds Wreak Havoc Across SouthlandThe Santa Ana Winds moving through the Southland over the weekend have caused damage in countless areas, including one Ontario home were three people were trapped on Saturday morning.
New Year's Resolutions: Losing WeightCBSLA interviews Dr. Pouya Shafipour about healthy ways to stay fit in 2022.
High-Powered Winds Whip Through Southland, Bringing Damage To Houses, TreesSaturday morning, a large tree was knocked over and blocking the road in Arcadia. Another tree was knocked down by the strong winds in Van Nuys. A house in Monrovia was damaged by powerful winds in the San Gabriel Valley area. 
Strong Winds Bring Cold Weather and Dust Advisories to the SouthlandAs a Santa Ana wind movement starts to blow through the Southland, residents are feeling the impact, as cold, dry weather and dust advisories take hold of much of the weekend.
Powerful Winds Set to Whip Through Southland Over the WeekendA strong Santa Ana wind movement is set to blow through the Southland over the weekend, and some areas will experience extremely high force winds of up to 25 miles per hour.
Beverly Grove Hit-And-RunPolice said a suspect in a black Ford Mustang struck two people at around 9 p.m. near the intersection of 3rd Street and Fairfax Avenue in what they said appears to be an incident of domestic violence. One person was transported to the hospital.
19-Year-Old Shot And Killed Near Favorite Basketball CourtThe shooting occurred on the basketball court outside Trinity Recreation Center in the 2400 block of Trinity Street at about 10:45 p.m., according to Los Angeles police. Police said the victim was standing with a friend when two cars drove into the parking lot from opposite directions, and suspects in both cars opened fire.
What Are The Santa Ana Winds? Olga Ospina ExplainsWith powerful winds set to whip across the Southland, Olga Ospina clears the air on the Southern California phenomenon and what causes the seasonal gusts.
Omicron Surge Still Hitting SoCal, While Declining In Other Areas Of CountySara Donchey reports on the latest COVID-19 numbers for LA County, as well as proposed legislation that would make it legal for kids aged 12 to 17-years-old to get vaccinated without permission from their parents.
Powerful Winds Disrupting PlansResidents in the Inland Empire in Cajon Pass are scrapping their plans for the weekend after gusting winds continue in the area.
Wind Gusts To Dissipate Saturday And Relax On Sunday NightOlga Ospina reports the latest weather with the Santa Ana winds expected to dissipate Saturday night and normalize on Sunday night.
Arnold Schwarzenegger Involved In Four-Car Collision In BrentwoodFormer California Governor and actor Arnold Schwarzengger was involved in a four-car collision in Brentwood on Friday. According to reports, the actor rolled through a 'red arrow' traffic signal and collided with a vehicle attempting to make a u-turn. One injury was reported, and that person, who is not the former governor, was transported to a nearby hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
CBSNLA: The Rundown (Jan. 21 PM Edition)Here are the latest headlines in local news and weather. Updated twice daily.
State Senate Bill To Allow Preteens To Get COVID Vaccine Without ParentsState Sen. Scott Weiner introduced the bill to allow children 12 and older to get their COVID vaccine without their parents' consent.

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