Disney Pushes Back Release Dates For ‘Black Widow,’ ‘West Side Story’ Among OthersThe coronavirus pandemic continues to take a heavy toll on Hollywood, forcing entertainment giant Disney this week to push back the release dates of several highly anticipated movies, some for up to a full year. Katie Johnston reports.
Death Valley National Park Breaks Several Heat Records This SummerSeveral heat records were broken between June and August at Death Valley National Park, which marks "a continued record of a changing climate," park officials said. Katie Johnston reports.
ER Physician Talks About Whether LA Will See A Labor Day SurgeLAC+USC Medical Center emergency physician Dr. Erika Flores Uribe talks to CBS2 News This Morning about whether Los Angeles will see a Labor Day surge in coronavirus cases.
School Bus-Sized Asteroid Circles Close To Earth ThursdayA school bus-sized asteroid came within about 13,000 miles of the earth Thursday, according to scientists.
LA City Finalizes Plan To Help Renters Stay In Their HomesThe $10 million defense fund is aimed at helping Angelenos from being evicted. DeMarco Morgan reports.
LA To Use $6M Of CARES Act Funding To Help Street Vendors Get Permits, Equipment Amid COVID-19 StrugglesLos Angeles City Council voted Wednesday to use $6 million in federal CARES Act funding to help street vendors procure equipment and permits needed to comply with local laws. Katie Johnston reports.
LA Metro To Replace Smart Bikes With Classic Bikes In Westside Area Due To Lack Of PopularityLos Angeles County Metropolitan Authority has announced bicycles with smart technology offered for public use will be replaced with classic models due to lack of popularity in Westside neighborhoods. Katie Johnston reports.
LA Sheriff Alex Villanueva Says Calls For His Resignation From Local Officials Are 'Downright Un-American'Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva says calls for him to step down are "downright un-American" and has signaled he would not honor a subpoena from local officials. Katie Johnston reports.
SGV Man Faces Federal Gun Charges After Allegedly Driving Truck Toward Demonstrators In PasadenaA San Gabriel Valley man who allegedly drove his truck into a crowd of demonstrators in Pasadena on May 31 was arrested Wednesday. Katie Johnston reports.
Deputies Seeking Tips After Man Was Found Fatally Shot In WestmontTwo people were detained on Wednesday after a man was shot and killed in the Westmont area. Katie Johnston reports.
Firefighters Strengthen Containment Lines Around Bobcat Fire, 47 Homes DestroyedFirefighters Thursday morning continued to make significant progress on the stubborn Bobcat Fire burning in the Angeles National Forest and Antelope Valley foothills amid a new investigation into whether Southern California Edison’s utility equipment may have sparked the blaze. Kara Finnstrom reports.
LASD Deputy Shoots Man In Parking Garage Near Whittier CourthouseAuthorities were investigating Wednesday after an off-duty deputy with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department shot a man in a parking garage near the Whittier Courthouse. Katie Johnston reports.
Only One Arrest, No Violence During Downtown LA Breonna Taylor ProtestsThere was some vandalism but no violence after hundreds of people took to the streets of downtown Los Angeles Wednesday night to peacefully protest a Kentucky grand jury’s decision not to charge officers directly in the killing of Brianna Taylor. Tina Patel reports.
Woman Killed, Several Hurt In Multicar Crash On The 405 Freeway In GardenaA young woman was killed and several people were hurt in a five-vehicle wreck on the 405 Freeway in Gardena early Thursday morning.
Residents Moving Out Of California On The RiseExperts say over the decade, over 150,000 people have left the state and that number is expected to climb as remote working options increase during the coronavirus pandemic. Alex Biston reports.
Gov. Gavin Newsom's Plan Promotes Electric CarsCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom issued an ambitious executive order Wednesday requiring that all new passenger vehicles sold in the state be zero-emission by 2035. Sara Donchey reports.
Olga Ospina's Weather Forecast (Sept. 23)Olga Ospina takes a look at tonight's weather.
Suspected Drunk Driver Taken Into Custody In Montecito Heights After High-Speed PursuitThe driver stopped in the Montecito Heights neighborhood and attempted to run from deputies. Shortly before 10 p.m., the man was taken into custody without incident.
SoCal Edison Cooperating With Federal Investigators Into Potential Link To Bobcat FireFederal investigators are looking into whether a huge wildfire in the Angeles National Forest was sparked by Southern California Edison utility equipment, according to the company.
Hundreds Marching Outside Of Downtown LA Over Protest Over Grand Jury Decision In Breonna Taylor CaseHundreds of people marched westbound on 8th Street Wednesday night to protest the grand jury decision to not charge three Louisville officers in connection with the killing of Breonna Taylor.
2 Officers Shot In Louisville Amid Breonna Taylor ProtestsTwo police officers were shot in downtown Louisville on Wednesday night amid protests over the death of Breonna Taylor, interim police chief Robert Schroeder said at a press conference.
Southland Making Progress In Fight To Slow Spread Of COVID-19Counties across the Southland have reported fewer coronavirus cases and deaths in the past few weeks, though officials worry there might be a spike following the Labor Day holiday.
Trash To Treasure: Discarded Masks Used To Create Unique SurfboardsThey make their living by upcycling and turning used coronavirus face coverings into surfboards. Danielle Gersh reports.
Palmdale Man Facing Federal Charges For Allegedly Supplying Narcotics To LA-Based Drug Trafficking CrewFederal investigators are looking for a Palmdale man who is allegedly a methamphetamine trafficker who was a key supplier to a Los Angeles-based drug trafficking organization.