Here are the latest headlines in local news and weather. Updated twice daily.
CBSNLA: The Rundown (Dec. 8 AM Edition)Here are the latest headlines in local news and weather. Updated twice daily.
Riverside County Hires Retired Judge To Investigate Systemic Failures In Case Of Turpin FamilyThe case involving the Turpin Family, where 13 siblings were victims of horrific abuse and neglect by their parents, has prompted officials in Riverside County to better protect children by learning exactly what went wrong in this instance.
Growing Concern Over Spike In Violent CrimesPolitical reporter Tom Wait looks at a seeming increase in crime that prompted the head of the LA Police Officer's Union to warn tourists away and had LAPD Chief Michael Moore reassuring residents that crime is not out of control in the city.
Armed Robbers Hit Luxury Hotel In Downtown LA, Steal $100K In JewelryJeff Nguyen reports from downtown Los Angeles where two armed suspects hit the InterContinental Hotel and robbed three men of cash and about $100,000 worth of jewelry.
Advocacy Group Creates Amazon Wish List For Students In Need This Holiday SeasonFor the second year, the public school advocacy group "Parents Supporting Teachers" has made amazon wish lists for the kids at Mission Continuation High School in San Fernando.
Mother Of 12-Year-Old Shot And Killed Monday In Front of Wilmington Elementary Speaks OutRachel Kim speaks to the grieving mother of 12-year-old Alexander Alvarado, shot and killed Monday outside Wilmington Elementary School, an incident that also injured a 9-year-old while she played on the playground.
CBSNLA: The Rundown (Dec. 7 AM Edition)Here are the latest headlines in local news and weather. Updated twice daily.
Californians Could Soon Be Fined For Water OveruseIn the midst of the second-worst drought in California history, residents may soon be subject to fines of up to $500 for failing to comply with water usage guidelines.
USC Student Second of Three Confirmed Omicron Cases In LA CountyA USC student, who returned after traveling to the East Coast for Thanksgiving, is the second of three confirmed Omicron cases in LA County,
One Dead and Two Injured In Wilmington ShootingA 13-year-old boy has died after succumbing to a gunshot wound he suffered on Monday, when a suspect unloaded on a car he was sitting in. A 25-year-old woman, also in the vehicle, and a nine-year-old girl were also wounded in the incident.
Man Charged With Murder of Jacqueline AvantAariel Maynard was charged with the murder of 81-year-old Jacqueline Avant, wife of producer Clarence Avant, on December 1st.
US Surgeon General visits King Drew Magnet High School of Medicine and ScienceU.S. Surgeon General, Dr. Vivek Murthy, visited with local high school students to discuss the effects of the Coronavirus pandemic, especially in relation to mental health.
Mental Health Monday - Help For HolidaysThe holidays are stressful enough on their own. Add in the pandemic, and many are finding themselves struggling. In this week's Mental Health Monday report - Serene Branson shows that help is often just a phone call away.
Renewed Efforts Launched For Recall of George GasconRecall efforts have resurfaced for Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascon amidst rising crime rates in the city.
Homelessness Crisis Frustrating Voters, Poll FindsA poll commissioned by the Los Angeles Business Council and the L.A. Times and conducted by Hart Research found that 80% of voters in L.A. are growing more and more frustrated with the homelessness crisis.
Santa Ana Hit And Run Victim Receives New WheelchairA Santa Ana man escaped a hit and run with his life, but he lost something very important - his wheelchair. Today, a local business helped him get rolling again. KCAL9 Orange County reporter Michele Gile shows us the display of the holiday spirit..
Footage Released in Pacific Palisades Robbery and Canoga Park Flash Mob TheftsTwo men are wanted in connection with a robbery at a Pacific Palisades holiday party; the case is being investigated by LAPD. Meanwhile, footage has been released from a November flash mob robbery, where a security guard was assaulted with bear spray.
Second Positive Omicron Case Detected In Los AngelesA student at the University of California is reported to be the second positive omicron variant case in Los Angeles, after traveling to the East Coast for Thanksgiving.
CHiPs For Kids Toy Drive: Join Us Dec. 10th At Plaza West CovinaJoin CBSLA for our second toy drive event at Plaza West Covina: 112 Plaza Dr. in West Covina from 10am-6pm and bring a new, unwrapped toy for a child or teen in need!
CBSNLA: The Rundown (Dec. 6 AM Edition)Here are the latest headlines in local news and weather. Updated twice daily.
Newsom Announces Plans To Expand Stretch Of Interstate 15 By Next SummerGovernor Gavin Newsom Sunday announced plans to temporarily expand Interstate 15 between the state-line and Barstow to ease traffic during peak hours.
New COVID-19 Protocols For International Travelers At LAX Going Into Effect MondayRick Montanez reports from LAX where new rules going into effect for international travelers require a negative COVID-19 test within one day of departure. The new rule applies to all passengers 2-years-old or older.
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.