Apple has temporarily closed 15 stores in Southern California because of the spike in coronavirus cases.
Officials Break Ground On Wilmington Waterfront ProjectThe more than $70 million project will include a promenade, a public pier and a dock. Jeff Vaughn reports.
Owner Of Paramount Silk Screen Printing Shop Charged With Sexual Assault, Molestation Of 11 More VictimsThe owner of a T-shirt silk screen printing shop accused of sexually assaulting 12 women and girls he hired to model his merchandise faces new charges involving 11 more victims. Katie Johnston reports.
Woman Extradited From Australia To Face Charges In 2017 Fatal Hit-And-RunAndrea Chan Reyes fled the U.S. after the fatal crash, and lived in Hong Kong and Australia, where she was arrested. Suzie Suh reports.
CBS2 Gets Spooky On Halloween EveA rare second blue moon is making for a very eerie sight in the night sky.
Eerie: Halloween Sky To Get A Rare Blue MoonHalloween will be eerie Saturday thanks to a Blue Moon, the first the U.S. has seen in more than two-and-a-half years.
Daylight Saving Time Ends This WeekendDr. Raj Gupta of USC's Keck School of Medicine gave Jasmine Viel and Suzanne Marques some tips on how to adjust easily and sleep better.
LA Galaxy Fire Head Coach Guillermo Barros SchelottoThe Los Angeles Galaxy, languishing in last place of Major League Soccer's Western Conference, fired the bulk of the team's coaching staff Thursday, including head coach Guillermo Barros Schelotto — effective immediately. Katie Johnston reports.
La Habra Heights Church Sues City Manager, Resident Over AccusationsLawyers for Word Aflame Ministries have filed suit against the city manager of La Habra Heights and a resident, alleging the church has been falsely accused of violating COVID-19 health orders. Katie Johnston reports.
Duplicates And Dead People: Hundreds Of Thousands Of Questionable Ballots Sent Out To LA County VotersWith Election Day next week, a new investigation has found hundreds of thousands of questionable ballots sent to Los Angeles County voters.
Super Vote Centers Open Across SouthlandSeveral Los Angeles landmarks will serve as voting centers beginning Friday and lasting through election day. Kara Finnstrom reports.
No Massive Halloween Bash In West Hollywood This Year, City Begs Revelers To Stay HomeOne of the biggest Halloween parties in the world will not be taking place this year because of the coronavirus, and West Hollywood city leaders are begging people to stay home. Joy Benedict reports.
Evelyn Taft's Weather Forecast (Oct. 29)Evelyn Taft takes a look at tonight's weather.
Super Voting Centers Open Friday In LA CountyPolling centers will continue to open across the county, including Dodger Stadium.
DTLA Neighborhood Council Debates Election Night CurfewA heated virtual town hall meeting had downtown Los Angeles residents up in arms about whether a curfew should be enforced on election night in an effort to prevent looting.
LAPD Responds To Car Show In Downtown Los AngelesThe Los Angeles Police Department Thursday responded to a large car show in downtown Los Angeles.
Californians Experience Issues Receiving EDD Benefits Through Bank Of AmericaThousands of California residents who get their EDD benefits through Bank of America debit cards are now having their accounts frozen for suspected fraud, and they are struggling to get answers from the bank.
Mission Viejo Yogurt Shop Receives Overwhelming Support After Couple Threatens To Sue Over Face Mask RequirementA couple walked into a Mission Viejo yogurt shop this weekend and threatened to sue after being told they needed to wear a face covering in accordance with local health orders. Now, customers are coming out in droves to support the shop.
Ryan Groy, Chargers Offensive Lineman, Tests Positive For COVID-19Ryan Groy, a Los Angeles Chargers offensive lineman, has tested positive for COVID-19, the team announced Thursday.
LA County Reports 1,745 New COVID-19 Cases, Highest Since Late-AugustThe Los Angeles County Department of Public Health Thursday reported 1,745 newly confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus and 19 new deaths, bringing countywide totals to 305,070 cases and 7,044 deaths.
LA County Says Dodgers In 'Close Contact' With Justin Turner Must QuarantineLos Angeles County's chief medical officer Thursday said health officials were continuing to work with the Dodgers to gauge the extent of possible coronavirus after third baseman Justin Turner tested positive during Game 6 of the World Series.
'If Florida Goes Blue, It's Over,' Biden Says As He And Trump Campaign In FloridaPresident Donald Trump and Joe Biden both campaigned Thursday in Florida, a pivotal swing state this year. "If Florida goes blue, it's over. It's over!" Biden said at a drive-in rally in Broward County.
Suspect Arrested In Fatal South LA Hit-And-Run That Killed FatherA suspect was behind bars Thursday, nearly three months after a South Los Angeles father was killed in a hit-and-run.
Facial Recognition System Unveiled At LAX's Tom Bradley International TerminalA facial-recognition system to simplify the arrival of international travelers was unveiled Thursday at LAX.
People Making A Difference: Woodland Hills Business Owner Starts Group Championing Small BusinessesSmall businesses that are still open in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic are relying on their local communities for support, and in the West Hills area of Los Angeles that community is the Maiden Community.