CBSLA: The Rundown (Jan. 3)More police will be walking the beat in the North Figueroa Corridor in Highland Park. United Methodist Church could split in two over the issue of same-sex marriage. Tesla beat Wall Street expectations and delivered 112,000 vehicles in the fourth quarter of 2019.
Elephant Seal On The Road To Recovery After Being Attacked By SharkAn elephant seal, nicknamed Peppermint, is on the road to recovery at the Pacific Marine Mammal Center in Laguna Beach after being attacked by a cookiecutter shark.
'It's A Turning Point': SoCal Iranians React To Death Of General SoleimaniAs reports of additional airstrikes in Baghdad come in, Iranians in Los Angeles responded to the Thursday killing of a top Iranian general.
Additional Airstrikes Reported In Baghdad, Day After Top Iranian General KilledReports came in Friday afternoon that additional airstrikes in Baghdad hat hit two cars carrying Iran-backed militia north of the capital city.
Fatal Shooting Inside U-Haul Truck At Moorpark Storage FacilityAuthorities are searching for a suspect after someone was found shot to death at a Moorpark storage facility.
Ventura County Sheriff's Department Comes To The Rescue After Hundreds Ring In 2020 Without Running WaterThe Ventura County Sheriff's Department came to the rescue after hundreds of residents — many of them elderly — rang in 2020 without water service when a main broke.
FDA Bans Vape Flavors In An Attempt To Curb Teen UsageJust one day after the New Year, the FDA took action in an attempt curb the teen vaping crisis — announcing its plan to ban mint, desert and fruit-flavored e-cigarette cartridges popular with teenagers across the county.
New Year's Day Fatal Downtown Stabbing Part Of Growing Problem In Los AngelesThe attack is part of a growing problem in the city, as the Los Angeles Police Department's latest report confirmed there has been an alarming increase in the number of crimes committed by homeless people.
Alleged Drunk Teen Driver Hits Car In Huntington Beach Killing WomanHuntington Beach residents were grieving Thursday night after a beloved teacher was killed in a Wednesday night crash with a teenage driver who was allegedly drunk.
Pentagon: Baghdad Air Strike, Ordered By President Trump, Kills Top Iranian GeneralQasem Soleimani, the head of Iran's elite Quds military Force, was killed Thursday night in an airstrike in Baghdad. The U.S. Defense Department said late Thursday that the "decisive defensive action to protect U.S. personnel" was ordered by President Trump.
Study: Cops More Likely To Pull Over Black DriversBlack drivers in California were stopped by police at 2.5 times the per capita rate of whites and searched three times as often, according to the latest report Thursday from a first-in-the-nation attempt to track racial profiling by police.
CBSLA: The Rundown (Jan. 2)The search continues for a man who fatally stabbed a fellow diner at a downtown L.A. restaurant New Year's morning. The U.S. Postal Service is offering a $50,000 reward for information leading to the people who robbed a letter carrier in Inglewood. The Trump administration announced its policy change to crack down on vaping.
LAPD Releases Video Of Fatal Downtown Stabbing AttackOfficers with the Los Angeles Police Department released video of Wednesday's stabbing attack in hopes that someone will recognize the man accused of fatally stabbing another man inside a downtown restaurant.
Suspect Killed In Deputy-Involved Shooting In MurrietaNo deputies were hurt in the chase and ensuing shootout.
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Flight Attendant On Small Aircraft Injured After Plane Experiences In-Flight TurbulenceA flight attendant was taken to the hospital after a small aircraft carrying a number of people landed at Van Nuys Airport Wednesday. The plane experienced turbulence during its flight from Las Vegas.
Workers Spend New Year's Evening Cleaning Up After 131st Rose ParadeThe daylong New Year's event drew hundreds of thousands of people to Pasadena for the annual parade and the game, with fans hanging out late into the night to enjoy the atmosphere.
Former NBA Commissioner David Stern Dies From Brain Hemorrhage At Age 77Longtime NBA Commissioner David Stern died Jan. 1 after suffering a brain hemorrhage in December, though his legacy will continue to live on.
Fans Outside Staples Center React To Death Of Former NBA Commissioner David SternLongtime NBA Commissioner David Stern died Jan. 1, but his legacy lives on through his contributions to the game and its profitability.
Police Do Not Suspect Foul Play After Woman Found Dead In Whittier ParkParents and neighbors said a homeless encampment in a Whittier park is a danger to the public after a young woman was found dead there Wednesday morning.
Man Fatally Stabbed At Downtown Los Angeles Restaurant By Apparent Homeless ManPolice are investigating after a man was fatally stabbed by an apparent homeless man Wednesday morning at a restaurant in downtown Los Angeles.
Another Horse Euthanized At Santa Anita Park, 39th Since December 2018After a year that saw more than three dozen horse deaths, Santa Anita held its first race of the new season Dec. 28.
Police Following Of Suspected Stolen Vehicle Ends In Crash, 2 In CustodyLos Angeles police officers took two people into custody Wednesday night after a brief following of a suspected stolen vehicle that ended in a crash.
Son Of 'Orange Is The New Black' Creator Dies In Ski AccidentCharlie Noxon, the son of "Orange is the New Black" and "Weeds" creator Jenji Kohan, died in a skiing accident in Utah Tuesday. The 20-year-old lived in Sherman Oaks and was a student at Columbia University in New York.