Questions are being raised about whether police officers in Beverly Hills are playing music while being filmed by activists in a purported effort to activate copyright filters on social media sites when those videos are shared online. Nicole Comstock reports.

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STEAM: LAFD IT Chief Uses Technology To Help Save LivesMeet Scott Porter, bureau commander of technology for the Los Angeles Fire Department. Pat Harvey reports.
CBS NEWS CHIEF INVESTIGATIVE CORRESPONDENT JIM AXELROD DISCUSSES SIX MONTH INVESTIGATIONIn a new investigation, CBS News Chief Investigative Correspondent Jim Axelrod found that, since 2015, despite receiving over 50,000 complaints against doctors, just 201 licenses were revoked.
Evacuations Ordered As University Fire Burns In San BernardinoEvacuations were ordered for some residents as a brush fire burned in San Bernardino Wednesday afternoon.
Person Runs Onto Runway, Disrupting Operations At Burbank AirportThe person is now in custody and the airport's operations are back to normal. Amy Johnson reports.
Proof Of Vaccination Must Be Shown With Photo ID To Get Into LA County Indoor Events Of 1,000 Or More AttendeesWant to get into a concert or a baseball game in California? People in Los Angeles County will now have to show one of several types of vaccination proof, along with photo identification. Katie Johnston reports.
Angeles National Forest To Reopen Thursday After Three-Week ClosureAfter being shuttered for about three weeks due wildfire concerns, the Angeles National Forest will finally reopen to the public. Katie Johnston reports.
Amber Lee's Weather Forecast (Sept. 22)A high of 83 for the beaches and 106 for the valleys Wednesday.
OC Business Owner Angela Mirabella Among Several Arrested In $6.1M Student Loan ScamAn Orange County business owner has been arrested in a $6.1 million student loan debt relief scam. Katie Johnston reports.
Judge Orders Paul Flores, His Father, To Stand Trial For Murder In Kristin Smart DisappearanceA San Luis Obispo Superior Court judge Wednesday morning ordered a San Pedro man to stand trial on a murder charge in the 1996 Northern California disappearance of college student Kristin Smart. His father has also been ordered to stand trial on being an accessory after the fact.
Christian Nava Arrested In June 27 Murder Of 17-Year-Old Johnny AvalosAn Anaheim man has been arrested in connection with the June murder of a 17-year-old boy. Katie Johnston reports.
Search Continues For Lauren Cho Of New Jersey, Last Seen On June 28 In Remote Area Of Yucca ValleyThe search is ramping up for a New Jersey woman who has been missing in Yucca Valley since the end of June. Katie Johnston reports.
Singer Sarah Dash Dies At 76Dash was one of the founding members of the all-female group Labelle, which was known for the hit "Lady Marmalade." DeMarco Morgan and Suzanne Marques report.
CBSNLA: The Rundown (Sept. 22 AM Edition)Here are the latest headlines in local news and weather. Updated twice daily.
Fullerton To Honor Tommy And Jo Lasorda WednesdayThe city of Fullerton will honor Dodgers great Tommy Lasorda on Wednesday and pay tribute to his wife, Jo Lasorda, who passed away Monday at the age of 91.
Heat Advisory Issued In Parts Of The Southland Until Wednesday EveningThe triple-digit temperatures that scorched the Southland on Tuesday will continue into Wednesday, despite it being the first official day of fall. Tina Patel reports.
Nearing Historic Strike Vote, Thousands Of Hollywood Workers Could Walk Off Sets NationwideTens of thousands of behind-the-scenes entertainment workers in Hollywood are one step closer to a strike, a move that would carry massive implications for the industry as a whole. Kara Finnstrom reports.
Burglars Ram U-Haul Into Tarzana Cell Phone Repair ShopBurglars rammed a U-Haul truck into a cell phone repair shop in Tarzana early Wednesday morning and then ransacked the store.
CBS2 Investigation Uncovers Dozens Of Security Breaches At LAXA CBS2 investigation has found that there have been more than 100 security breaches at Los Angeles International Airport over the last six years. David Goldstein reports.
LA County Increases Water Usage As State Drought Conditions WorsenDifficult drought conditions are being felt across the state. However, a new report shows parts of Los Angeles actually increased water usage.
Hiring Crisis At Pechanga Resort And Casino Causes Management To Offer Big Bonuses To Potential EmployeesA hiring crisis at Pechanga Resort and Casino has the establishment offering big money to bring potential employees in. 
LA City Councilman, Kevin De Leon, Enters LA Mayoral RaceLos Angeles City Councilman Kevin de Leon announced Tuesday he is entering the 2022 L.A. mayoral race.
Thousands Of Hollywood Workers Could Potentially Strike, Crippling Entertainment IndustryLaurie Perez reports from Hollywood where tens of thousands of behind-the-scenes entertainment workers in Hollywood are one step closer to a strike, a move that would carry massive implications for the industry as a whole. 
Armed Robberies Becoming Alarming Trend, Says LAPD OfficialsSara Donchey reports from the Melrose Corridor where armed robberies, stretching from Hollywood to Mid-Wilshire, West Los Angeles and the beaches are part of an alarming trend, the Los Angeles Police Department revealed Tuesday.
Thousands Lined The Streets As Remains Of Lance Cpl. Dylan Merola Carried From Ontario Airport To Covina Funeral HomeNicole Comstock reports from Covina where the remains of Dylan Merola, 20, of Rancho Cucamonga, who was among the dozens killed in an Aug. 26 bombing at an airport in Kabul in Afghanistan, were carried in a procession from the Ontario Airport to a funeral home in Covina.

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