A 29-year-old San Clemente woman was sentenced Feb,. 27 to 51 years to life in prison for a DUI crash in Huntington Beach that killed three Las Vegas students visiting on spring break.
Tiffany Boone On Amazon's "Hunters," Al Pacino, & "Little Fires Everywhere"The actor talks with CBS Local's DJ Sixsmith about her new Amazon series with Al Pacino and executive producer Jordan Peele, working with Kerry Washington and Reese Witherspoon in Hulu's "Little Fires Everywhere" and her favorite memories from "The Following."
Kevin Heffernan & Steve Lemme On "Tacoma FD" Season 2 & "Beerfest"The stars and creators of "Tacoma FD" on truTV talk with CBS Local's DJ Sixsmith about pivoting from movies to TV, season 2 of their hilarious series, and their favorite memories from making "Beerfest." #Interview
Bankrupt Hospital To Reopen As Coronavirus Surge FacilityKaiser and Dignity Health will run the facility. Kara Finnstrom reports.
Mask Mandate Now In Effect In Riverside CountySheriff's officials say they won't cite people at this time for not covering their faces, but the fine is steep -- $1,000. Kandiss Crone reports.
With Coronavirus Cases Spiking, Seniors Urged To Stay HomeSeniors are being told this week is not safe to go grocery shopping. Tina Patel reports.
Drivers Taking Advantage Of Open Freeways, StreetsWith millions staying close to home, freeway speeds and speeding tickets are up, but traffic accidents are down. Suzanne Marques reports.
Quibi Founder Jeffrey Katzenberg Discusses New Streaming ServiceQuibi founder Jeffrey Katzenberg talks to CBSN LA about the launch of the new streaming service amid the coronavirus pandemic.
THR Reporter Weighs In On How Entertainment Industry Has Been Hard Hit By CoronavirusHollywood Reporter staff writer Mia Galoppo talks with CBSN LA about the devastating effect the production shutdown has had on Hollywood.
LA County To Give Out $500K In Grants To Small BusinessesLos Angeles County is giving out $500,000 in grants to small businesses hurt by the coronavirus pandemic.
California Judicial Council Votes To Set Bail At Zero For Most Misdemeanor and Lower-Level FeloniesCalifornia's Judicial Council moved Monday to set bail at zero for most misdemeanor and lower-level felonies in an effort to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus by limiting the number of inmates in jails. Katie Johnston reports.
Riverside County Residents Face $1,000 Fine For Not Wearing Face CoveringsFace coverings and masks are now mandatory in public in Riverside County. Kandiss Crone reports.
At Least 1 Dead In Menifee HomicideAt least one person was found dead Monday in Menifee, but few details have been released. Katie Johnston reports.
Seniors Urged To Stay Home, Avoid Shopping This WeekHealth officials say this week -- which happens to be the days approaching Easter -- may be the most dangerous. Tina Patel reports.
Shuttered St. Vincent Medical Center To Reopen As Surge HospitalWhen the downtown LA hospital reopens next week, it will have 266 beds. Kara Finnstrom reports.
The Latest: Riverside County Coronavirus Cases Shoot UpLA County still has the most cases at 6,377, but Riverside County is now second with 946. Suzanne Marques reports.
St. Vincent Medical Center To Reopen As Temporary Surge HospitalThe recently closed St. Vincent Medical Center in the Westlake District will reopen later this month to increase the number of hospital beds in the region and expand intensive care unit capacity for patients who have contracted the novel coronavirus, Gov. Gavin Newsom said Monday. Katie Johnston reports.
Coachella To Debut Documentary This WeekendThe two-weekend desert music festival was originally slated to start Friday. Suzanne Marques reports.
4 Feet Of Snow Fall On Mammoth MountainThe resort is closed, but the heavy snowfall is good news for the snowpack. Suzanne Marques reports.
Garth Kemp's Weather Forecast (April 6)Garth Kemp takes a look at tonight's weather forecast.
White House On Coronavirus TestingKCAL9’s Randy Paige on President Donald Trump’s response to concerns about the ongoing pandemic and testing people who may be infected.
Coronavirus: Community Health Clinics Struggle With Lack Of Supplies, Testing KitsIn Los Angeles County alone, more than 350 community clinics and health centers provide primary care and preventive services to 1.7 million patients every year, and some of them are struggling to continue to provide services amid the coronavirus pandemic.
People Without Face Coverings In Public Could Face Fines In Riverside CountyMany people ignored requests to wear face coverings in Riverside County, so now it is mandatory, and those found in violation can be charged a fine of up to $1,000 per violation per day.
LA County Officials Plead With Elderly, Those With Health Officials To Stay Home As Coronavirus Cases Continue To GrowHealth officials Monday pleaded with Los Angeles County's elderly population and those with underlying health conditions to stay home as the number of coronavirus cases continued to rise at a startling rate.
Hotel Scraps Plan To House Homeless Coronavirus Patients Near Senior CommunityThe Ayres Hotel announced Monday the company would not be moving forward with plans to house homeless coronavirus patients following days of protests from concerned senior citizens who live nearby.