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President Trump To Visit LA Tuesday, Several Road Closures In EffectDrivers in the L.A. metro area should be prepared for rolling road closures and major traffic delays with President Donald Trump visiting the region Tuesday afternoon and evening for a fundraising event and a meeting with local officials to discuss plans for the 2028 Olympic Games. Tina Patel reports.
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New California Law Prompts Boy Scouts Of America To File For BankruptcyThe organization is facing hundreds of sexual abuse lawsuits after the passage of a new California law extending the time victims can file a civil lawsuit. Jake Reiner reports.
Family Of Whittier Man Shot, Killed By Deputies Files Civil Rights LawsuitThe family of a mentally-ill Whittier man who was shot and killed by Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputies last year after allegedly brandishing a large knife filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the agency Tuesday, claiming the shooting was unjustified. Kara Finnstrom reports.
CBS2 Celebrates Black History Month: The Tuskegee AirmenTheir courage is legendary. The Tuskegee Airmen were America's first black military aviators.
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CBS2 Celebrates Black History Month: Kenny WashingtonRams Running back, Kenny Washington broke records and racial barriers at UCLA and the NFL
CBS2 Celebrates Black History Month: Katherine JohnsonA brilliant mathematician, Katherine Johnson's work at NASA was vital to the first human space flight.
CBS2 Celebrates Black History Month: Shirley ChisholmThe dynamic Shirley Chisholm was the first black U.S. Congresswoman and the first woman to run for the Democratic Presidential nomination.
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Sharon Osbourne Goes Platinum Blond"The Talk" host says she had been dyeing her hair red every week.
Man Sues LA's Cedars-Sinai After Wife Dies From C-SectionCharles Johnson says he was continually ignored by staff at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and they waited hours for her surgery as wife's health declined.
Players Respond to MLB Cheating ScandalThe Dodgers' Justin Turner and the Angels' Mike Trout both commented on the scandal.
'Young And The Restless' Celebrates 40 Years Of Victor NewmanEric Braeden talked to DeMarco Morgan and Suzanne Marques about the television milestone.
Woman Takes Service Mini Horse On Trip To OntarioFred flew first-class from Michigan to Dallas, then on to Ontario, before heading home. Suzanne Marques reports.
Pier 1 Files For BankruptcyThe home decor retailer is already in the process of closing hundreds of stores. DeMarco Morgan reports.
Boy Scouts Of America Files For BankruptcyThe move is in response to the passage of statute of limitation reform around the country. Jake Reiner reports.
President Trump Headed For SoCal TodayMeetings on the 2028 Olympics and fundraisers on the president's schedule. Tina Patel reports.
Man Wanted In Sexual Assault On Woman In MalibuThe woman was in her home when she was attacked. Kara Finnstrom reports.
1 Dead, 2 Critically Injured In Pomona CrashThe car had slammed into a concrete divider and rolled into a tree. DeMarco Morgan and Suzanne Marques report.
Should You Cut The Cord? As Streaming Options Flood The Market, Consumers Weigh The CostWith more streaming options available than ever before, cutting the cord is on the minds of millions of Americans. Many alternative options come with a cost, however, and that can make the decision even harder to make.
Boy Scouts Of America Files For Bankruptcy Due To Sex-Abuse LawsuitsBarraged by hundreds of sex-abuse lawsuits, the Boy Scouts of America filed for bankruptcy protection Monday in hopes of working out a potentially mammoth victim compensation plan that will allow the hallowed, 110-year-old organization to carry on.
Van Nuys Intersection Closed, Businesses Evacuated For Suspicious VehicleA suspicious vehicle closed the intersection of Van Nuys Boulevard and Sherman Way in Van Nuys Monday night as the bomb squad investigated.
Armed Suspect Killed After Exchanging Gunfire With Police In Long BeachThe suspect was shot to death at 10:10 p.m. in the area of East Rhea Street and Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue after pulling out a handgun and opening fire, Long Beach police report.

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