A barn own is safe after being rescued Tuesday by some alert firefighters who were battling the Silverado Fire burning east of Irvine.

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Four of Southern California's Top High School Football Coaches Discuss the State of the SportBruce Rollinson from Mater Dei, St. John Bosco's Jason Negro, Arnold Ale from Carson and Warren's Kevin Pearson join Chris Hayre for a discussion on the state of High School Football.
Evelyn Taft's Weather Forecast (Dec 3)Strong Santa Ana winds are raging throughout SoCal
LA County Again Sets Record For COVID-19 Cases, HospitalizationsLos Angeles County announced 7,854 newly confirmed cases and 44 deaths, bringing countywide totals to 421,881 cases and 7,782 deaths. There were 2,572 coronavirus patients hospitalized, 23% of whom were being treated in intensive care units.
Man Suspected Of Killing Woman Found In Pasadena Park Arrested In New MexicoA 26-year-old parolee from Pasadena has been arrested in connection with the killing of a woman whose body was found in Pasadena's Hahamongna Watershed Park last month, police said Thursday.
Santa Clarita Stylist, Customers Preparing For Possible COVID-19 ClosureStylist Cynthia Morgan curled her client's hair Thursday for what might be the final time this month after Gov. Gavin Newsom announced regional stay-at-home orders could come as soon as Saturday.
Newsom Announces Targeted Stay-At-Home Order As COVID-19 Cases SurgeCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom Thursday announced a regional stay-at-home order that was likely to impact Southern California and other areas statewide amid new fears that hospitals could be overwhelmed within weeks.
Mulch, Corona Fires Threatening Inland EmpireThe Pallet Mulch Fire and the Corona fire are both threatening the Inland Empire as the Santa Ana winds continue to rage.
Santa Ana Winds Threaten To Spread Orange County Brush FireTwo firefighters were injured Thursday in a 6,400-acre wildfire east of Irvine that forced thousands of people to flee their homes.
David Sheehan, Veteran LA Entertainment Journalist, Dies At 82Former CBS Los Angeles entertainment reporter David Sheehan has died at the age of 82.
People Making A Difference: Dream Seam TeamSince March, the Dream Seam Team has made more than 7,000 masks. And while some are donated to different groups in need, many are sold for $5 each with profits donated to Feeding America. So far, the group has raised $15,000.
Newsom Announces Regional Stay-At-Home Order As California Faces Acute Shortage Of ICU BedsWith the COVID-19 pandemic surging across the state, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Thursday he would issue a regional stay-at-home order in areas facing ICU bed shortages.
Who's Hiring: Children's BureauThe Children's Bureau is looking to fill 20 positions with people who want to help vulnerable communities
Thousands Still Unable To Access EDD Benefits From Bank Of America Due To Ongoing Fraud SuspicionsCBS San Francisco first reported about the fraudsters draining the accounts of unemployed Californians in October. At that time, the EDD office said 350,000 debit card accounts had been frozen due to suspected fraud.
Raging Santa Ana Winds Prompt More Power Outages Across SoCalThousands of SoCal Edison customers are without electricity Thursday as a precaution because of the gusty, powerful winds raking the region.
Safe Santa: Holiday Tradition Gets Pandemic MakeoverThe coronavirus pandemic has already canceled a number of holiday traditions, but there's one that is still happening — even if it looks a little different this year.
Firefighters Hurt, Thousands Evacuated In Wind-Driven Bond Fire Near IrvineTwo firefighters were injured Thursday in a 7,200-acre wildfire east of Irvine that forced thousands of people to flee their homes.
Evacuation Orders Issued After Mulch Yard Fire Spreads To Santa Ana River Bottom In Riverside CountyA huge fire that started in a mulch yard has jumped to a pallet yard and is now threatening structures.
SoCal, Other Regions ‘A Day Or Two’ Away From New Stay-At-Home OrderCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom Thursday announced a regional stay-at-home order that was likely to impact Southern California and other areas statewide amid new fears that hospitals could be overwhelmed within weeks.
Residents' Cell Phones Couldn't Alert Them Of Bond Fire Because Of Public Safety Power ShutoffPeople who were forced to evacuate from the Bond Fire didn't know it was burning until their neighbors pounded on their front doors. Kara Finnstrom reports.
CSU Presidents Urged To Reassess Campus Plans Amid Surging COVID-19 CasesAs COVID-19 cases continue to surge and with the likelihood of students and staff traveling over the holidays, campus presidents in the Long Beach-based California State University system were urged Thursday to reassess post-holiday scheduling, including possibly delaying the start of already limited in-person instruction. Katie Johnston reports.
Mulch Fire In Riverside County Spreads To Pallet YardTrucks and buildings have been spotted burning in the large industrial lot. Amy Johnson reports.
Wind-Driven Bond Fire Explodes In Silverado Canyon Near Irvine, Evacuations OrderedA 7,200-acre wildfire broke out in Silverado Canyon east of Irvine late Wednesday night amid gusty Santa Ana winds, forcing thousands of people to flee their homes. Kara Finnstrom reports.
Luke Greenfield On New Movie 'Half Brothers' & Making 'The Girl Next Door'The director joins CBS Local's DJ Sixsmith on The Sit-Down to discuss his new movie "Half Brothers" that comes out on December 4 and what it was like to make "The Girl Next Door" 16 years ago.
Layoffs Could Hit LAPD As Los Angeles Grapples With $600 Million Budget DeficitThe Los Angeles Police Department could be hit with layoffs as the city reels from the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic. Katie Johnston reports.

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