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NFL, LA County Go On Public Education Blitz To Block COVID From Super Bowl FestivitiesWith less than three weeks to the big game, the NFL and Los Angeles County health officials are embarking on public education blitz to try and block COVID-19 from ruining the Super Bowl.
Dr. Barbara Ferrer On Super Bowl PrecautionsDirector of LA County Department of Public Heath, Dr. Barbara Ferrer delivers comments on what precautions fans attending the Super Bowl will have to take against COVID-19.
CBSLA: The Rundown (Jan. 25 PM Edition)Here are the latest headlines in local news and weather, updated twice daily.
Veterans' Voices: Gold Star Wives Of AmericaWhen someone serves in the military, their family serves and sacrifices too. Sometimes that support system needs its own support Tonight's Veterans' Voices takes a look at a nonprofit helping families of fallen service members move forward.
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SAT To Go Digital In The US By 2024Kids will no longer use a pencil and paper for the exam as the SAT will debut abroad in 2023 and come to the states by 2024
Elton John Tests Positive For COVID; Postpones 2 ShowsElton John has tested positive for COVID-19 and has postponed two shows in Dallas.
How To Prepare Your Taxes And Get Your Refund Back As Quickly As PossibleLisa Greene of Turbo Tax shares her tips and tricks on how to get your refund back.
EDD Under Fire As Scammers Target Disability ClaimsFraudsters are once again targeting EDD but this time, they're going after disability claims.
LAPD Sergeant Saves ToddlerA body camera captured the dramatic footage of Los Angeles Police Department Sergeant Dumjin Kim saving a toddler.
LA Officials Draw Awareness To Human Trafficking Ahead Of Super BowlExperts say human trafficking cases spike during large sporting events, prompting state and city officials Tuesday to hold a news conference to tackle the issue ahead of Super Bowl LVI.
California Lawmakers Reach Deal To Bring Back Paid COVID Sick LeaveWith COVID-19 cases still at record highs in California, lawmakers have reached a deal to bring back COVID sick pay for workers through the end of September.
Antiviral COVID-19 Pills In Short SupplyMichele Gile reports from Fullerton on the frustration that many doctors are facing in trying to prescribe new antiviral COVID-19 treatments that are in short supply.
Pasadena To Implement Gunshot Detection SystemPasadena will implement new crime-fighting technology, such as a gunshot detection system, as part of an initiative to enhance policing in the city.
LA Officials Draw Awareness To Human Trafficking Ahead Of Super BowlExperts say human trafficking cases spike during large sporting events, prompting state and city officials Tuesday to hold a news conference to tackle the issue ahead of Super Bowl LVI.
USS Kitty Hawk Makes Final Voyage To Scrap YardThe ship was launched in 1960 and commissioned a year later. Suzanne Marques reports.
Fire Crews Gain Ground On Rare January Wildfire In Big SurThe wildfire is burning dangerously close to the iconic Bixby Bridge. Pat Harvey reports.
Big Bear Bald Eagles Welcome First Egg Of The YearBald eagle Jackie could lay another egg as soon as today. Pat Harvey reports.
CBSNLA: The Rundown (Jan. 25 AM Edition)Here are the latest headlines in local news and weather. Updated twice daily.
Alex Biston's Weather Forecast (Jan. 25)A high of 65 for the beaches and 73 for the valleys Tuesday.
LA County To Consider $60K Reward For Information In Tioni Theus Killing, Teen Found On Side Of 110 FreewayThe Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors and the L.A. City Council Tuesday will consider posting a combined $60,000 reward for information leading to the person or people responsible for the shooting death of 16-year-old Tioni Theus whose body was found alongside the 110 Freeway. Tina Patel reports.
Tax Expert Explains How Angelenos May Qualify For Free Filing AssistanceAudrey Casillas with Free Tax Prep LA speaks to CBS2 News This Morning about how Angelenos can get free filing assistance this tax season.
SAT Exam To Go Entirely Digital By 2024The SAT exam will go fully digital by 2024, officials announced Tuesday. Test-takers will be allowed to use their own laptops or tablets, but they'll still have to sit for the test at a monitored site.
Dramatic Video Shows LAPD Sergeant Coming To Aid Of Lifeless Toddler Near Echo ParkA Los Angeles police sergeant on patrol near Echo Park last week helped save the life of a toddler who had stopped breathing.

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