Dodgers Remember Baseball's Post-9/11 ImpactAfter the 9/11 attacks brought the US to a halt, baseball was the first sport to return. Members of the '01 Dodgers look back at the impact the return of baseball had on them and the country as a whole
Mountain Lion Known As P-22 Reappears In Hollywood Hills NeighborhoodKandiss Crone reports from the Hollywood Hills where a mountain lion, known as P-22, has reemerged in the same neighborhood he was seen in a year ago.
Security Guard Stabbed To Death In Unprovoked Attack By Homeless ManA transient was arrested Saturday on suspicion of fatally stabbing a Tustin man who was working in Anaheim as a security guard.
Deputies Injured in Chase And ShootingLA County Deputies were chasing a suspect wanted for robbery, when a shooting happened. Two deputies were taken to the hospital.
Fire Crews Gaining Ground On 400 Acre Route Fire Near CastaicLaurie Perez reports from Castaic where a wildfire has burned 400 acres and put nearby residents on evacuation warnings.
Deputy Involved Shooting In PalmdaleAt the end of a pursuit, a deputy-involved-shooting occurred.
400 Acre Route Fire Near Castaic Has Traffic Snarled On 5 Freeway North and SouthboundRoad closures related to the Route Fire, north of Castiac, have snarled traffic in the area.
Torrance Marks 20th Anniversary Of 9/11The solemn ceremony took place in the pre-dawn darkness.
WeHo Approves Vaccine Proof MandateThe city of West Hollywood on Friday issued an emergency executive order to require proof of vaccine for anyone 18 years and older entering many indoor businesses like restaurants, bars, gyms and spas.
Bill Returning Bruce's Beach To Original Owner On Newsom's DeskThe Manhattan Beach property was taken from the Bruce family in the 1920s. Lesley Marin reports.
LA Kings Remember Team Scouts Lost On 9/11The hockey team's mascot is named Bailey, in honor of scout Ace Bailey. Lesley Marin reports.
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Some Parents Alarmed At LAUSD's Decision To Mandate Vaccines For StudentsThe COVID-19 vaccine does not yet have full approval for children 12 to 15 years old. Joy Benedict reports.
Simon Weisenthal Center's Museum Of Tolerance Commemorates 9/11The center commemorated the tragic events of 9/11 with a candle lighting ceremony and a display of a heroes quilt.
TSA Announced Fine Increase For Refusing To Wear Masks On PlanesLaurie Perez reports from Ontario International Airport on the Biden Administration's doubling fines for passengers refusing to wear masks on airplanes.
Firefighter Places Thousands Of Flags Outside Home In Remembrance Of 9/11 Victims Killed, InjuredA Fullerton front yard memorial honors 9/11 victims.
Finally FreeMan from Bakersfield freed from prison on crime he was wrongfully convicted
LAUSD Parents Debate Over COVID-19 Vaccine MandateSome parents are voicing fears about getting the shot for their children. Joy Benedict reports.
Motorcycle Club Of LA Firefighters Bike Across US To Commemorate 9/11A motorcycle crew made up of Los Angeles city and county firefighters have traveled across the United States to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.
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Retired FDNY Fire Captain Recalls Responding To 9/11 AttacksRetired FDNY Battalion Chief Paul Conlon recalls responding to the 9/11 attacks.
Sun Valley School Installs 9/11 Interactive Memorial ExhibitSun Valley Magnet School has created an interactive memorial exhibit for the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. The exhibit is open to the public. Tina Patel reports.
Caught On Camera: Shootout Between LA County Sheriff's Deputies And Robbery Suspects In LynwoodDramatic video captured shootout between LA County Sheriff's Deputies and robbery suspects in Lynwood.
LAUSD Board Votes To Require COVID-19 Vaccination for Students Over 12All eligible students age 12 and over in the Los Angeles Unified School District will be required to get vaccinated against COVID-19 to attend in-person classes under a policy unanimously approved by the district's Board of Education Thursday.