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New Rapid COVID-19 Test Developed By UC Davis-SpectraPass Partnership Able 'To Test Millions Of People A Day'The University of California, Davis has partnered up with Allegiant Airlines’ CEO Maurice Gallagher, a UC Davis alumnus, to create a rapid test that has efficacy in the high 90 percentiles for positive and negative COVID tests. Katie Johnston reports.
Amber Lee's Weather Forecast (May 18)A high of 67 for the beaches and 81 for the valleys Tuesday.
Homeless Encampments On Venice Boardwalk Has Residents On EdgeResidents are asking city officials to address the growing homeless encampments on the Venice boardwalk. Tina Patel reports.
Police Identify Homeless Man Arrested In Palisades FireAuthorities Tuesday identified the man arrested in connection with the Palisades Fire, which threatened homes in Pacific Palisades and Topanga over the weekend.
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Long Beach Offering Chance To Win Nintendo Switch Or Hotel Stay For Those Getting VaccinatedLong Beach has a new incentive program to encourage residents to get their COVID vaccinations. Katie Johnston reports.
LAUSD Says In-Person Graduation Ceremonies Will Take Place In 2021High schools within the Los Angeles Unified School District will be able to have "safe, socially distanced" outdoor graduation ceremonies this year, Superintendent Austin Beutner said Monday. Katie Johnston reports.
Sole Folks: One-Of-A-Kind Leimert Park Cooperative Provides Home, Platform For Talented Black ArtistsHe went from prison to local entrepreneur and philanthropist. CBS2 News This Morning's DeMarco Morgan has the story of a man whose mission it is to cultivate culture while creating opportunities for others.
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Family Of George Floyd Joins Family Of Anthony McClain, Of Pasadena, Who Was Killed In Officer-Involved ShootingAnthony McClain was shot in the back while running from officers in Pasadena in August 2020 after a car where he was a passenger was pulled over for a missing license plate. Nicole Comstock reports.
Evacuation Orders Lifted As Containment Of Palisades Fire Grows, Suspect ArrestedThe Palisades Fire, which has burned approximately 1,325 acres and is 23% contained as of early Monday evening, forced about 1,000 people in the Topanga area to flee their homes for hours. They were allowed to return at 6 p.m. with proper identification.
CHP Investigating String Of Freeway Car Shootings With BB Or Pellet GunAt least four freeway shootings happened across Southern California on Monday, the latest in a string of similar shootings that have occurred on area freeways over the past few weeks. Stacey Butler reports.
Venice Residents On Edge After Another Fire Breaks Out At Boardwalk EncampmentVenice residents say they are sympathetic to their unhoused neighbors living on the boardwalk, but want something done about the recent uptick in violence and fires
Child Tax Credit Payments ComingMillions of middle and low-income families across the U.S. will soon get monthly cash payments beginning in July. Hermela Aregawi reports.
Several More Freeway Shootings Over The Last Few DaysThe rash of Freeway shootings just won't let up. There were several more in just the last few days as the CHP is investigating. Michele Gile reports.
Rally To Demand Police Accountability In Shooting Death Of Anthony McClainThe family of George Floyd joined the family of Anthony McClain, who was shot in the back last year while running from officers, to demand police accountability for the deadly shooting. Nicole Comstock reports.
50 Years After Getting His MBA From USC, Robert Kroener Finally Gets To Attend Graduation CeremonyRetired Air Force Lt. Col. Robert Kroener finally got his chance to walk across that stage 50 years after completing the coursework needed for his Master of Business Administration degree.
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Monterey Park Police Shoot, Injure Person Outside Fire StationMonterey Park Police Department officers Monday shot and injured a person outside the Monterey Park Fire Department.
After Year Delay, Robert Durst Murder Trial Set To ResumeThe trial of Robert Durst, a multimillionaire accused of killing his longtime friend Susan Berman at her Benedict Canyon home back in 2000, is set to resume this week at the Inglewood Courthouse after a year-long delay due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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