Over the last month, the number of American mortgages in forbearance — meaning the homeowners have arranged with their bank to stop paying their mortgage — has jumped more than 1000 percent.
COVID-19 Mortality Rate 'Shockingly' Higher For LA County's Black, Latino Men; Also Have Much Lower Rates Of VaccinationPublic health officials say they have determined that men of color in Los Angeles County have shockingly higher COVID-19 mortality rates than women, which is exacerbated by much lower vaccination rates. Katie Johnston reports.
‘We’re Very Excited’: World’s First Physical Gallery Dedicated To NFT Art Opens In New York CityThe world’s first physical permanent gallery space dedicated to the exhibition of artistic works in NFT, a digital format that’s exploding in popularity, has opened in New York City. Katie Johnston reports.
Help Needed To Find Hiker Apparently Lost Deep In Angeles National ForestAuthorities are asking hikers who frequent the Mount Waterman area for help finding a man who said he got lost while hiking along Angeles Crest Highway. Katie Johnston reports.
Amber Lee's Weather Forecast (April 13)A high of 62 for the beaches and 65 for the valleys.
Students Return To LAUSD For In-Person LearningIt's the first time this school year that the district's youngest students have been able to get into classrooms. Tina Patel reports.
Calif. Halts J&J Vaccine On Same Day That City Of LA Opens Eligibility Up To Age 16-PlusThe state of California halted the use of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine Tuesday -- on the same day that the city of Los Angeles opened up COVID-19 vaccinations to anyone age 16 and older.
San Pedro Man Arrested In 1996 Disappearance Of Kristin SmartAuthorities have arrested a San Pedro man in the 1996 San Luis Obispo disappearance of 19-year-old Kristin Smart.
Postal Service Unveils Star Wars Stamps In Time For May The FourthC3PO and R2D2 are featured prominently in the postal service's new line of stamps. Lesley Marin reports.
‘Crazy’ Pandemic Project Sets New World Record For Longest Melody Played By A Model TrainA German museum that temporarily closed during the coronavirus lockdown has broken a Guinness World Record by using a model train and nearly 3,000 wine glasses to play 20 different classical tunes. Katie Johnston reports.
2 Men, Woman Arrested In West Covina After Catalytic Converter Theft In Irwindale Leads To Police PursuitTwo men and a woman face grand theft and burglary charges after leading police on a car chase that started with a stolen catalytic converter from the Irwindale area. Katie Johnston reports.
FEMA Accepting Applications For Funeral AssistanceThe applications require a death certificate that states the person died from COVID-19. Lesley Marin reports.
Robots Test Wastewater For COVID-19 To Help Schools Re-Open SafelyStudents at Vista Grande Elementary School in San Diego are back on campus and ready to learn, thanks in big part to a robot that monitors wastewater. Katie Johnston reports.
Border Crisis: Mexican Border Town Hotel Becomes Migrant Refuge60 Minutes correspondent Enrique Acevedo speaks to CBS2 News This Morning about how the Santa Rosa Hotel has become a migrant refuge at the U.S.-Mexico border.
City Of LA Opens Vaccinations To Age 16-Plus As Questions Swirl Over J&J VaccineAll vaccination sites run by the city of Los Angeles opened up COVID-19 vaccinations to anyone age 16 and older Tuesday, the same day that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Federal Drug Administration recommended a pause in the administration of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine in order to investigate a blood clot issue. Kara Finnstrom reports.
Michael Ray Armijo Convicted In 1993 Rape, Kidnapping Cold CaseAn Orange County man was sentenced to 24 years to life in prison in a cold-case kidnapping and sexual assault from 1993. Katie Johnston reports.
LAUSD Reopens Campuses Tuesday For First Time Since March 2020For the first time in more than a year, dozens of Los Angeles Unified School District will reopen their doors starting Tuesday.
Driver Killed In Two-Car Wreck In Azusa After Running Red LightA man was killed in a two-vehicle collision in Azusa early Tuesday morning in which two other people fled the scene.
Calls For Peaceful ProtestsAs people across the nation stand united to fight for accountability in the deaths of individuals who were killed by police officers, those officials are hoping to spread a message about peaceful protests. Laurie Perez reports.
Evelyn Taft's Weather Forecast (April 12)Evelyn Taft takes a look at tonight's weather.
'Sad To See It Go': ArcLight Cinemas, Pacific Theatres Closing Permanently Due To Pandemic LossesArcLight Cinemas and Pacific Theatres will not reopen due to losses suffered during the pandemic. The news comes just one week after Los Angeles County allowed movie theaters to increase capacity.
2 Men Hospitalized After Large Explosion At Valley Glen Home, Investigation OngoingNeighbors were slowing cleaning up their street Monday after Los Angeles Fire Department crews responded late Sunday to a Valley Glen home when a large explosion rocked an entire neighborhood.
Study Shows That Consumer Confidence In OC Is On The Rise As Residents Brace For Light At The End Of The TunnelA new study from Chapman University finds that consumer confidence in Orange County is soaring back to pre-pandemic levels as businesses begin to reopen and more people receive their coronavirus vaccinations. Stacey Butler reports.
Sister Of Woman Suspected In Children's Deaths Says Court System Failed ThemCourt documents obtained Monday by CBS Los Angeles show 30-year-old Liliana Carrillo, the woman suspected in the deaths of her three children, was involved in an ongoing custody battle with their father, Erik Denton.
Judge Overturns Attempted Murder Conviction For Ignacio Ixta, Jr.An Oxnard man will be home soon after a judge overturned his 2010 attempted murder conviction.