A commercial fire was burning in Vernon Monday morning.
CDC Including Frontline Workers In Pfizer Booster Shot EligibilityKristine Lazar reports from Sylmar on the latest developments surrounding eligibility for the Pfizer COVID-19 booster shot, which became available Friday.
Crews Working To Contain Brush Fire Burning In Whittier Narrows AreaCrews were working to contain a brush fire burning Friday in a wash in the Whittier Narrows area.
'Rebel Girls' Book Tour Kicks Off In Culver CityThe book is made up of real-life stories from Black women. Chris Holmstrom and Kristine Lazar report.
New 3,000-Square-Foot Skatepark Opens In South LA This WeekendGrab your decks -- a new, world-class skate park is opening Saturday in South Los Angeles. Katie Johnston reports.
Apple's iPhone 13 now on saleApple's new iPhone is now on sale, with pre-orders being shipped starting today.
Thunderstorms Could Bring Heavy Rain To The Inland EmpireSeveral inland areas of Riverside and San Diego counties are under a flash flood watch. Alex Biston reports.
Report: US Rep. Karen Bass To Run For LA MayorDemocratic U.S. Rep. Karen Bass is planning to run for mayor of Los Angeles, according to reports Friday. Katie Johnston reports.
Amber Lee's Weather Forecast (Sept. 24)A high of 72 for the beaches and 88 for the valleys Friday.
4 Teen Girls Arrested For Racist Graffiti In Thousand Oaks, Using Ethnically Derogatory Language Against Other ChildrenFour teen girls were arrested this past weekend for vandalizing a Thousand Oaks business with racial slurs, and then making racially derogatory comments against a younger group of girls, authorities said. Katie Johnston reports.
Chargers Prepare For Week 3 Battle Against The ChiefsThe Los Angeles Chargers get ready for their Week 3 game vs Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs. Jim Hill previews the matchup.
15 LAPD Officers Receive Medal Of Valor For Going Above And Beyond15 Los Angeles Police Department officers were presented with the LAPD's highest honor, the Medal of Valor, for going above and beyond while placing their lives in danger.
60 Minutes Preview: Take The Fight To The NightCalifornia firefighters battling some of the worst wildfires in state history have a new weapon: a fleet of high-tech helicopters – including the heavy-duty chinook that carries 10 times the water other helicopters can – that are able to fight the blazes at night, too. “A game changer,” says one fire chief. Bill Whitaker reports.
Protesters Demand OCFA's Female Firefighting Pilot Be RehiredDesiree Horton's supporters rallied outside the OCFA meeting in Irvine Thursday night. DeMarco Morgan reports.
K-12, Community College Students Can Ride Metro For Free Beginning Nov. 1Beginning later this year, K-12 and community college students in Los Angeles County will be able to ride public transportation for free under a new program approved Thursday.
Black Lives Matter Leader's Home Swatted AgainThe fake 911 call was made the day after Melina Abdullah filed a lawsuit against the LAPD in connection with a previous swatting call made last year. Suzanne Marques reports.
CBSNLA: The Rundown (Sept. 24 AM Edition)Here are the latest headlines in local news and weather. Updated twice daily.
Gunman Opens Fire At Shake Shack In Canoga ParkNo one was wounded after a man opened fire on a Shake Shack restaurant in Canoga Park Thursday afternoon. The suspect was later arrested.
Pelinka Says All Lakers Players Will Be Fully Vaccinated By Season OpenerThe general manager of the Los Angeles Lakers said Thursday he expects his entire roster to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 when the season kicks off next month. Katie Johnston reports.
Suspect Brandishing Gun During Standoff Shot, Killed By Deputies Near LancasterA man who was brandishing a gun during a bizarre standoff was shot and killed by Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputies Thursday afternoon in the community of Rosamond, north of Lancaster. Katie Johnston reports.
Acura Grand Prix Of Long Beach Kicks Off FridayJim Michaelian, president and CEO of the Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach, speaks to CBS2 News This Morning's Kara Finnstrom about what fans can expect this weekend.
Federal Court Vacates Judge's Ruling That City And County House Residents Of Skid RowSara Donchey reports on the latest developments surrounding a court ordered ruling that LA County, along with the city, house every person living on Skid Row, starting with women and unaccompanied women.
Smokey Skies Cover Southland ThursdayNicole Comstock reports from Upland where people across the southland watched as smoke, from wildfires in northern and central California, drifted in.
Father Memorializes Son Who Perished In Conception Boat Fire Along 500 Mile Pacific Coast Trail HikeKandiss Crone reports on a husband and wife who lost their son in the 2019 Conception boat fire and how they've chosen to memorialize him.
CDC Panel Green Lights Pfizer Booster For Some Adults While Newsom Mulls Vaccine Mandate For Children 12 And OlderTom Wait reports on the latest developments surrounding the potential approval of a third Pfizer COVID-19 shot for some adults, as well as a potential new vaccine mandate for California children 12-year-old and up.