Rheuben Allen of Torrance in the repairer-in-chief for musician Kenny G's saxophones. He says he mainly uses art and engineering when designing saxophones.
Several Cows Escape From Meatpacking Plant In Pico RiveraSeveral cows escaped from a meatpacking plant in the Pico Rivera Tuesday night, authorities said.
‘Absolutely Horrifying’: Man Says Hawthorne Police Altercation Left Him Blind In Right EyeThe plaintiff says he was not resisting arrest and had his hands restrained behind his back when an officer violently shoved him face-first into a row of metal lockboxes. Rachel Kim reports.
1 Dead In Stabbing On Metro Train In DTLA, Suspect In CustodyThe Los Angeles Police Department Tuesday was investigating a fatal stabbing on a Metro train in downtown Los Angeles.
Veterans' Voices: Joseph CallahanNavy veteran Joseph Callahan is sharing his experiences in a new book titled "1972: My War Story." The proceeds from his book are being donated to the Veterans Resource Center at the Monrovia Public Library.
Vanessa Bryant, Families Reach Settlement With Company That Operated Helicopter Involved In CrashPlaintiffs in the suit included Vanessa Bryant and her three surviving daughters, John James and Alexis Altobelli, Christopher Chester and his two surviving children and Matthew Mauser and his three children.
Single-Engine Plane Catches Fire After Crash Near Big Bear City AirportAuthorities said bystanders pulled the pilot and passenger to safety. They were airlifted to an area trauma unit with moderate to serious injuries.
LA County Board Of Supervisors Extends Eviction Moratorium Through Sept. 30Los Angeles County’s renters will continue to be protected from eviction until Sept. 30. However, the board wants renters to begin applying for state and local relief, and help landlords whose tenants are not paying rent. Jeff Nguyen reports.
Olympic Diver Greg Louganis Talks About Carl Nassib Coming Out As GayOlympic diver Greg Louganis, who is an LGBTQ+ activist and HIV awareness advocate, talks with Juan Fernandez and Lesley Marin about Raiders defensive end Carl Nassib coming out as gay and the importance of that visibility for the LGBTQ+ community, especially youth.
Garcetti Asks Chief Of Staff Ana Guerrero To Step Down Over Facebook CommentsLos Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti Tuesday asked Chief of Staff Ana Guerrero to step down after inappropriate comments made in a private Facebook group came to light.
Changes Underway At LAX As Rideshare Prices Shoot UpSeveral changes are happening at Los Angeles International Airport as more people begin getting comfortable taking flights again. Hermela Aregawi reports.
OC Triplets Set To Give Birth To Babies Of Their OwnThe Tran triplets were born just four minutes apart, and now the Orange County sisters are celebrating another milestone.
Caught On Camera: Violent Street Takeover Crash Damages El Tarasco Restaurant In SlymarAn early Sunday morning street takeover in Sylmar ended with a vehicle careening into El Tarasco Mexican Restaurant.
LA County Board Of Supervisors Extends Eviction MoratoriumRenters will continue to be protected from eviction through Sept. 30. Lesley Marin reports.
CBS2/KCAL 9 Anchor Jasmine Viel Welcomes Baby BoyBaby chase is a healthy eight pounds and 21 inches long. Lesley Marin reports.
LA Street Vendors Hold Large Rally, Claim Aggressive Crackdown From County InspectorsDozens of street vendors held a rally outside Los Angeles City Hall Tuesday morning against what they call an uptick in aggressive enforcement tactics by county health inspectors. Tina Patel reports.
Arkansas Teen Fights Anti-Trans Healthcare Law60 Minutes+ correspondent Seth Doane speaks to CBS2 News This Morning about a trans teen who is suing the state of Arkansas to try and stop a law which would prevent him from receiving gender affirming healthcare.
Tortillas Thrown At Latino High School Basketball Players After Game In San DiegoCoronado High beat Escondido Saturday night, but that didn't stop someone from their side from throwing tortillas at the opposing team. DeMarco Morgan reports.
Social Media Goes 'Crazy' After Biden Gifts Putin Pair Of Iconic American-Made Aviator SunglassesThe company that manufactures iconic American-made aviator glasses says it was surprised when President Joe Biden gifted a pair of its classic shades to Russian President Vladimir Putin at their historic summit in Geneva, Switzerland, on June 16. Katie Johnston reports.
2 Men Arrested In Deadly Stabbing Near Third Street PromenadeA man was found stabbed in the neck and later died at a hospital. DeMarco Morgan reports.
Scientists Believe Mysterious Skin Disease In Reef Sharks Could Be Caused By Rising Sea TemperaturesA mystery skin disease affecting whitetip reef sharks in Malaysia could be caused by rising sea temperatures, according to marine biologists. Katie Johnston reports.
Man Suspected Of Arson In Thousand Oaks Brush FireAuthorities have identified a 25-year-old man who was arrested on suspicion of arson in connection with a small brush fire which broke out off the 101 Freeway in Thousand Oaks last week.
Burglary Suspect Arrested After Barricading Himself In Hummer In Studio CityA possible burglary suspect was taken into custody after barricading himself in a Hummer for several hours in a Studio City neighborhood Tuesday morning, prompting a SWAT standoff that forced nearby evacuations. Kara Finnstrom reports.
Long Beach Acura Grand Prix To Return In Sept. With Full CrowdsThe 2021 Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach will be held on Sept. 24-26 with fans at full capacity. Katie Johnston reports.
Silver Alert Issued For Missing 62-Year-Old John Frias In LancasterA Silver Alert was issued on Monday for John Frias, who was last seen at about 2 a.m. Sunday in the area of 15th Street West and Avenue J in Lancaster, according to the California Highway Patrol. Katie Johnston reports.