Here are the latest headlines in local news and weather. Updated twice daily.
Man Charged In Orange County Vaccine Clinic AttackThomas Apollo has been charged with battery and resisting arrest. Lesley Marin reports.
CBSNLA: The Rundown (Jan. 19 AM Edition)Here are the latest headlines in local news and weather. Updated twice daily.
Amber Lee's Weather Forecast (Jan. 19)A high of 62 for the beaches and 67 for the valleys Wednesday.
Manhunt On For Suspect In Slaying Of 24-Year-Old Employee In Hancock Park StoreAuthorities have identified a man wanted in the last week’s murder of an employee at a furniture store in Hancock Park. Kara Finnstrom reports.
Vigil Held For Nurse Killed In Random Attack Near Union StationA vigil was being held Wednesday morning for a 70-year-old nurse who was killed last week in a random attack at a bus stop near Union Station in downtown L.A. Tina Patel reports.
Covered California Director Discusses Health Insurance Enrollment EffortsCovered California Executive Director Peter Lee speaks to CBS2 News This Morning about health insurance enrollment efforts.
Police Continue Search For Suspect Who Murdered 24-Year-Old Woman In Hancock Park.Tuesday night, police identified the suspect as Shawn Laval Smith. He is still at large and is considered armed and dangerous. Anyone who sees him should not approach him and call 911 immediately.
Tribute to Fallen ER Nurse, As Man Charged With Her MurderA man was charged Tuesday with the murder of beloved County-USC Medical Center emergency room nurse Sandra Shells, white LA Metro offers a tribute in blue lights Tuesday thru Sunday.
Man Climbs To Top Of Downtown Transmission TowerLAFD was responding to a man who climbed to the top of a transmission tower in downtown LA, near East Jackson Street, which also stopped all train travel on the west side of the LA River.
Keepsakes Deemed Worthless By Thieves Litter East LA TracksClean-up crews found canvas portraits of a family of four, along with many other personal mementos, among the seemingly endless amounts of debris littered onto the railroads.
LA Mayor Eric Garcetti Nominates LAFD’s First Ever Female Fire Chief, Kristin CrowleyThe Los Angeles Fire Department is on course to get its first-ever female fire chief.
Venice Homelessness Battle Heating Up Yet AgainLaurie Perez reports from Venice where some locals are frustrated and angry with what they say are proposals to offer homeless services at a so-called "decompression center" in Westminster Park.
Orange County's COVID-19 Hospitalizations Remain StableThe number of COVID-positive patients in Orange County hospitals declined slightly Tuesday, but the number of those patients in intensive care increased.
People Make A Difference: A Community Of FriendsIn tonight's People Make A Difference, Amy Johnson takes a look at a local nonprofit that's tackling mental health and homelessness.
Advice From A Doctor: Which COVID-19 Test Should I Take?Dr. Thomas Yadegar, from Cedars Providence Tarzana Hospital, discusses the differences between COVID-19 tests.
CBSNLA: The Rundown (Jan. 18 PM Edition)The latest headlines in local news and weather, updated twice daily.
Combined $200K Reward Offered In Murder Of Brianna Kupfer, Hancock Park Furniture Store Employee Found StabbedPrivate donations have boosted a $50,000 reward to more than $200,000 for information in last week’s murder of Hancock Park furniture store employee Brianna Kupfer.
Teen Boy Victim Of Shooting In PasadenaA teenage boy was shot Tuesday in Pasadena and transported to a nearby hospital where he was listed in extremely critical condition.
Heidi Klum's Legs Insured for $2MSupermodel Heidi Klum's legs are insured for $2 million, though one leg is insured for more than the other. Klum told talkshow host Ellen DeGeneres that it's because she has a scar on one leg.
Betty White'S Birth Challenge Earns LA Zoo Association $70K In DonationsMore than 1,700 donations poured in from across the country and the globe and raised $70,389 to honor beloved actress Betty White on what would have been her 100th birthday.
Mayor Nominates First Ever Female For Chief Of Los Angeles Fire DepartmentKristin Crowley, the first ever female nominated for chief of the Los Angeles Fire Department joins Juan Fernandez and Jasmine Viel to discuss her historic nomination.
Young Woman Shot And Killed While DrivingA 20-year-old woman was shot and killed during an apparent ambush in Harbor Gateway.
LA City Attorney Submits Plan To Curb Increase In Gun ViolenceLos Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer Tuesday announced an eight-point plan to address increasing gun violence in Los Angeles.
Multiple Convenience Stores Hit By Armed Robbers In Bellflower, Long Beach, ParamountAuthorities are investigating a spree of convenience store armed robberies which occurred in South Los Angeles County Monday night.