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Theme Parks Can Reopen At Limited Capacity In Yellow TierThe state also released new guidelines for sporting events at outdoor venues. Lesley Marin reports.
Spencer Davis, Of Popular 1960s Band The Spencer Davis Group, Dies At 81Singer and guitarist Spencer Davis, of the 1960s beat band The Spencer Davis Group, has died at the age of 81. Katie Johnston reports.
NTSB Unable To Determine What Sparked Dive Boat Fire Which Killed 34 People Off Santa Barbara CoastNational Transportation Safety Board investigators were unable to determine what sparked the September 2019 dive boat fire off the coast of Santa Cruz Island which killed 34 people, they announced at a special meeting Tuesday morning.
Department Of Justice Files Antitrust Lawsuit Against GoogleThe Department of Justice has filed a suit against Google on Tuesday for violating antitrust regulations.
Riverside County Back Into Restrictive Purple TierThe move means that some businesses that just got to reopen, like movie theaters, will have to close again. DeMarco Morgan reports.
Danielle Gersh's Weather Forecast (Oct. 20)A high of 71 for the beaches and 87 for the valleys Tuesday.
Calif. Has Over A Quarter-Million Homeless Students, Report FindsJust over 4% of all K-12 students in California were homeless during the 2018-19 school year, according to a report released Monday by UCLA. Katie Johnston reports.
Free Wifi Available At 4 YMCA Centers In LA; Program Expanding To 20 Branches By NovemberFree unlimited internet access is now available outside four Los Angeles YMCA branches through a program funded by the Southern California Gas Co. Katie Johnston reports.
NASA Prepares For Historic Mission To Grab A Sample From An AsteroidMark Clampin, the NASA Goddard Director of Science and Exploration, speaks to CBS2 News This Morning about NASA's historic mission to collect a sample of an asteroid using a spacecraft.
Dodgers Broadcaster Rick Monday Talks Game 1 Of The World SeriesDodgers broadcaster Rick Monday spoke to CBSLA Tuesday ahead of Game 1 of the World Series against the Tampa Bay Rays.
LA City Council Considers Making Al Fresco Dining Program PermanentThe Los Angeles City Council Transportation Committee Monday voted in favor of having a report created to look into the possibility of making the Al Fresco program permanent. Katie Johnston reports.
West LA Donut Shop Makes Special Dodger Donuts Ahead Of World SeriesThe iconic Primo's Donuts in West Los Angeles was making a fresh batch of Dodger Donuts Tuesday morning ahead of Game 1 of the World Series.
Report: Homicides In LA Increased By 20% In First 9 Months Of 2020While overall crime has decreased in Los Angeles during the COVID-19 pandemic, the number of homicides increased by 20% this year compared to 2019, according to a report released Monday. Katie Johnston reports.
Evelyn Taft's Weather Forecast (Oct. 19)A slight cool down is expected over the next few days.
Newsom Expected To Unveil Theme Park Reopening Guidelines TuesdayGov. Gavin Newsom is expected to issue theme park reopening guidelines Tuesday, and the stakes couldn't be higher. Disneyland has lost an estimated $5 billion in operating revenue by following the state's order to remain closed.
Ahead Of Final Presidential Debate, Trump Calls Fauci A 'Disaster,' Commission Plans To Mute Mics At DebatePresident Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden will have their mics cut during opponent's answers in the final debate, the Commission on Presidential Debates announced. Additionally, Trump was heard on a campaign call saying Dr. Anthony Fauci is a "disaster" but says it would be "a bigger bomb to fire him." Tom Wait reports.
Airbnb Sues Promoter Over Packed Glendora Mansion PartyAirbnb Inc. Monday sued the organizer of a party held at a Glendora mansion this summer that attracted about 700 people, despite gathering restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic. Rachel Kim reports.
Holly Courtier, Woodland Hills Woman Missing In Zion National Park, FoundA Woodland Hills woman who was lost for nearly two weeks in Zion National Park is recovering after injuring her head on a tree and being stranded without food until she was found, her daughter said in a statement Monday.
FBI Looking Into Ballot Drop Box Catching Fire In Baldwin Park, Arson Investigation UnderwayThere were over 200 ballots reportedly involved in the incident -- up from an initial estimate of between 60 to 100, according to Baldwin Park Mayor Manuel Lozano. Nicole Comstock reports.
Newsom: Potential COVID Vaccines To Be Reviewed By State PanelPreparing for the next step in the battle with COVID-19, Governor Gavin Newson Monday unveiled the framework for a massive statewide vaccine distribution network.
Pair Of Iconic Eddie Van Halen Guitars Go To AuctionTwo guitars designed and played by the late Eddie Van Halen will soon be up for auction, Julien's Auctions announced Monday.
Jeff Bridges Starting Treatment After Being Diagnosed With LymphomaJeff Bridges announced Monday evening he has been diagnosed with lymphoma and is starting treatment.
Gastro Garage Back After Pandemic HiatusGastro Garage offers pandemic-safe outdoor dining experiences.
How To Cope As Holiday Season, COVID-19, Election 2020 Adds On To StressorsThe best thing experts recommend is to set boundaries for holiday gatherings and pre-determine which topics are up for discussion and what safety precautions are required. Kristine Lazar reports.

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