With 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.
Ventura County Preparing For Rain As Latest Winter Storm Moves Into RegionThe storm is expected to bring 1.5 to 3 inches of rain to low-lying areas in Los Angeles and Ventura counties, and up to 10 inches of rain to mountain areas.
Napa Valley Man Arrested After Allegedly Making Threats Against Gov. Gavin NewsomThe Federal Bureau of Investigation Wednesday said it stopped a possible bomb plot that might have targeted Gov. Gavin Newsom. Agents said they arrested a Napa Valley man who had five pipe bombs and who they believe made threats against the governor.
Reddit Posters Make Millions On GameStop's Wild Stock RideOn Wednesday, the stock price of the troubled retailer of video games soared yet again, this time up more than $200, to surpass $350 a share.
STEAM: Meet An Electrical EngineerAllen Parker is an electrical engineer at NASA usually based at the Armstrong Flight Research Center located inside Edwards Air Force Base in the Antelope Valley, though he's been working out of his garage in Lancaster lately due to the COVID-19 pandemic. He said his career relies on all of the STEAM disciplines — science, technology, engineering, art and math.
LA County Eyes Tougher Face Mask Policy For Metro Riders In Response To David Goldstein InvestigationThere's new reaction tonight to our CBS2 investigation on Metro bus drivers forced to work extra days to cover for those out sick suffering from COVID.
Doctors Say COVID Vaccine Not A Reason To Let Guard Down Just YetWith more and more people getting their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, doctors Wednesday warned that now was not the time for people to let their guard down.
Expert Says COVID-19 Deaths In OC Could Reach 4K In Next 3 WeeksOrange County reported an additional 71 COVID-19 fatalities Wednesday bringing the county's death toll to 2,839. According to a UC Irvine public health expert's projections, that number could reach 4,000 in three weeks
Homicide Suspect Barricaded In Koreatown BuildingAn alleged gang member wanted in connection with a homicide was barricaded in a Koreatown building Wednesday night.
Vaccination Sites In Torrance, Orange County Hamstrung By Lack Of Staffing, VolunteersOne critical element of distributing COVID-19 vaccines is in extremely short supply – people to help staff vaccination sites.
Third Storm Bringing Drenching Rain To SoCal Through Friday, Snow Temporarily Closes GrapevineYet another storm was bearing down on the Southland Wednesday, this one expected to bring heavy rainfall that will continue through Friday, creating the possibility of dangerous mud flows in wildfire burn areas and treacherous driving conditions due to snow and ice through mountain passes such as the Grapevine.
Ventura County Bracing For Rain As Storm System Rolls ThroughThe storm is expected to bring 1.5 to 3 inches of rain to low-lying areas in Los Angeles and Ventura counties, and up to 10 inches of rain to mountain areas.
LA County Restaurants Prepare For Outdoor Dining As Vaccination Efforts ContinueRestaurants up and down Santa Monica Boulevard in West Hollywood Wednesday were once again getting ready to offer outdoor dining.
Legends: Jerry WestMr Clutch, as he was affectionately known, played for the Lakers for 14 years, then went on to win numerous championships as the team's top executive.
Campaign To Build Wildlife Crossing Over 101 Freeway Raises $18 MillionA fundraising campaign created to raise funds for a wildlife crossing over the 101 Freeway in Agoura Hills has reached the $18 million mark, putting the groundbreaking within sight, organizers announced Wednesday. Katie Johnston reports.
Oxnard, Garden Grove Strawberry Festivals Cancel Their 2021 EventsTwo Southern California festivals celebrating the strawberry will both be canceled for a second straight year due to ongoing concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic. Katie Johnston reports.
Monrovia Residents Prep Sandbags Ahead Of StormResidents below the Bobcat Fire burn scar are eying the bare hillsides warily. Kara Finnstrom reports.
Third Storm Bringing Drenching Rain To LA County Through Friday, Snow Closes GrapevineYet another storm will bear down on the Southland Wednesday, this one expected to bring heavy rainfall that will continue through Friday, creating the possibility of dangerous mud flows in wildfire burn areas and treacherous driving conditions due to snow and ice through mountain passes such as the Grapevine. Kara Finnstrom reports.
LA Educator Trimaine Davis Named Honorary Super Bowl CaptainA longtime educator in Los Angeles has been named one of three honorary captains for upcoming Super Bowl LV.
Danielle Gersh's Weather Forecast (Jan. 27)A high of 58 for the beaches and 56 for the valleys Wednesday.
Semi-Truck Sheers Fire Hydrant In Van NuysA big-rig sheered a fire hydrant in Van Nuys, sending water gushing throughout the intersection.
Appointments For COVID-19 Vaccines Canceled In Torrance On The SpotOne person drove from as far as Arcadia with his 90-year-old mother. Jeff Vaughn and Lesley Marin report.
Young Mountain Lion Discovered In Santa Monica MountainsA young mountain lion was captured and released by researchers in the Santa Monica Mountains earlier this month.
Sharing Table Pops Up In Santa MonicaOnce a week, the table is set up to hold food, toilet and cleaning supplies that are free to take, no questions asked. DeMarco Morgan reports.
Compton School District, Health Group Partner For Mass Vaccination Sites At Schools Throughout CityCompton Unified School District and St. John's Well Child & Family Center have partnered to operate mass community vaccination sites at schools throughout the city, it was announced Tuesday. Katie Johnston reports.