Dodger Chris Taylor helped build a playground set for a Los Alamitos girl with cancer. Taylor lost two of his close friends to pediatric cancer.
Emotional Vigil Held For 18-Year-Old Victim Of Fatal Crash By Alleged Drunk DriverKandiss Crone reports from Whittier where the family of 18-year-old Garret Hayward, killed when he was struck last week by a suspected DUI driver, spoke out at an emotional candlelight vigil.
Beverly Hills Police Department Hires 5 New Officers In Wake Of Crime UptickLaurie Perez reports from Beverly Hills where the police department announced Saturday that its hired five new officers and increased patrols in the city as violent crime and robberies have increased. The department is also actively recruiting more officers.
Dr. Jose Mayorga Speaks With Lesley Marin About Omicron Variant Of COVID-19Lesley Marin spoke Dr. Jose Mayorga, director of health at the University of Irvine, California Medical Center, about what we do and don't know about the new Omicron variant of COVID-19, as well as how fast it may be spreading.
CHiP's For Kids Program Hands Out Toys At Koreatown Vaccination Clinic For LA Unified StudentsLAUSD hosted a vaccination clinic for students on the playground of the Hobart Elementary School that included appearances by Mr. and Mrs. Clause, a photo booth, free food and a CHiP's for Kids toy giveaway booth for children.
Santa Ana City Leaders Celebrate Orange County's Oldest African American Resident At 108-Years-OldAt 108-years-old, Warren Bussey, who has lived in Santa Ana since 1972, is believed to be Orange County's oldest living African American resident.
Shooting Leads To Crash In North Hollywood SaturdayThe driver of a pickup truck who was shot in North Hollywood crashed his vehicle along Laurel Canyon Boulevard and Valerio Street around 5 a.m. Police are investigating.
Vigil Held For Hit-And-Run Victim Angel David DeMarcosA vigil was held Saturday night in downtown Los Angeles for Angel DeMarcos, the victim of a fatal hit-and-run in September at Figueroa and 17th Street.
Local WWII Veterans Get Special Sendoff To Commemorate 80th Anniversary Of Attack On Pearl HarborJoy Benedict reports from Santa Ana where seven World War II veterans in Orange County are about to cross the Pacific Ocean to remember those who never made it home at Pearl Harbor.
7 California Veterans Of World War 2 Get Special Sendoff To Hawaii For 80th Anniversary Commemoration Of Pearl HarborSeven World War II veterans in Orange County are about to cross the Pacific Ocean to remember those who never made it home at Pearl Harbor.
Judge Denies Firefighter's Union Request To Delay Enforcement Of Vaccine Mandate For City EmployeesA judge denied a request by the Los Angeles city firefighters' union for a preliminary injunction preventing enforcement of a mandate requiring its employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19 pending resolution of a labor issue, saying the balancing of harms favored protecting the public's health.
Firefighters Rescue 3 People In Florence House Fire, Including An InfantFirefighters said a space heater ignited in a Florence area home, prompting the rescue of three people inside the home, including an infant.
Long Beach Police Arrest Youth Volleyball Coach For Alleged Sexual Crimes Against A MinorA-29-year-old youth volleyball coach has been arrested on suspicion of multiple counts of sexual battery and sexual crimes against a minor, Long Beach police said Saturday.
Homeowners Walks In On Robbers Amid Home Invasion In BellflowerA mother and daughter walked into their home in Bellflower only discover robbers ransacking their house. The suspects dropped everything when the homeowners entered, but did punch the mother in the face on the way out of the house.
Sheriff's Deputies Investigating Follow-Home-Robbery Saturday Morning In West HollywoodJeff Nguyen reports from West Hollywood where two people were victims of a follow-home-robbery just outside their apartment building on North Kings Road.
Parents Of Michigan School Shooting Suspect Plead Not Guilty To Involuntary Manslaughter ChargesJames and Jennifer Crumbley, the parents of the accused Oxford High School shooter who were charged with involuntary manslaughter, were captured early Saturday morning in Michigan following a police manhunt that ended in an art studio, Detroit police told CBS News. Later on Saturday, they pleaded not guilty to the charges.
Local WWII Veterans Head To Pearl Harbor For Remembrance CeremonySeven World War II veterans in Orange County are about to cross the Pacific Ocean to remember those who never made it home at Pearl Harbor.
La Mirada Home Decorated Like 'National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation' Could Face Fines Over DisplayThe Christmas comedy classic “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation” home has been recreated in La Mirada for the fourth year in a row.
Several Small Burbank Shops Targeted In Early Morning Burglary SpreeFour small stores were hit by burglars in the early morning hours Friday in the Magnolia Park area of Burbank. Sara Donchey reports.
New COVID Testing Site At LAX Opened Due To Omicron Variant ConcernConcerns over the new COVID-19 variant, Omicron, and an increase in travel for the holidays prompted the Los Angeles County Public Health Department to open a new COVID test site at the Los Angeles International Airport Friday.
Homeless Crisis Complicates Economic Recovery of Historic Olvera Street.Businesses that just barely survived the pandemic are concerned that the local homeless population will drive away visitors.
CHiPs For KIDS: Citadel Outlets Donates Gift Cards For TeensCitadel Outlets donates gift cards for teens as the toy drive comes to an end for the night. People can still donate at the mall until Dec. 20 or give gifts directly to the California High Patrol until Dec. 24
CHiPs For KIDS: An Old Friend Joins Pat HarveyFormer CBS2/KCAL9 reporter Dave Lopez reconnects with Pat Harvey to help with the toy drive.
CHiPs For KIDS: Father And Daughter Donate DollA father and daughter get in the giving spirit even after a tough year.
CHiPs For KIDS: CWS Delivers A Care Package Of 3,000 Toys!California Water Service district manager Jim Crawford continues the CWS tradition of donating thousands of toys.