Friends, Family Hold Drive-By Birthday Celebration In Ladera RanchAva Duenas, 11, was surprised by the number of her friends and family who came out to greet her. Suzanne Marques reports.
Suspect Armed With Sword Fatally Shot By Police In PomonaThe officers were responding to an assault with a deadly weapon call. DeMarco Morgan reports.
Luxury Shops In Beverly Hills Boarded UpStores that have closed amid the coronavirus outbreak are being boarded up, or their windows emptied of any inventory. DeMarco Morgan reports.
Assistant Director Of 'NCIS:Los Angeles' Part Of Effort To Sew MasksHillary Cohen was part of a 12-hour sew-a-thon and had already donated masks to a hospital in the Valley and to grocery store workers. DeMarco Morgan reports.
Virgin Orbit Gets Into Ventilator Business; UCLA Student Develops Affordable UnitThe UCLA biodesign student created his low-cost ventilator with parts from Home Depot. Suzanne Marques reports.
Coronavirus: Discarded Gloves Litter Public SpacesA new type of littering has emerged during the coronavirus pandemic as people turn to protective gear to keep their hands from having direct contact with germy surfaces.
Sheriff Battles Board Over Emergency PowerThe sheriff says supervisors are trying to reduce his power with a hasty last-minute decision.
Netflix Docuseries 'Tiger King' Reigns Supreme In Era Of Social DistancingA mix of drugs, tigers, polygamy, suspected murder and alleged cult leaders have made one seven-episode docuseries an international hit during an unprecedented time of people staying at home in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus: Nurses Hold Vigil In A Plea For Federal AssistanceA vigil was held at UCLA Ronald Reagan Medical Center Monday night to demand action from the federal government.
Coronavirus: Garcetti Announces New Measures To Ease Burden On Renters, County Reports 7 New DeathsMayor Eric Garcetti announced new measures Monday to ease the financial burden on renters during the coronavirus pandemic as the county reported seven new virus-related deaths and Newsom called for retired health care workers to go back to work.
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President Says Testing For Coronavirus No Longer A Problem, Governors DisagreeCBS News has learned that the nation’s governors used a video conference call with the president Monday to sound the alarm about the need for more medical supplies — including test kits — even as the president touted the number of tests administered.
LA County Sheriff Retracts Orders Closing Gun StoresLos Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva Monday retracted previous orders that would temporarily close gun stores in Los Angeles County during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Police Fatally Shoot Suspect In Pomona Sword AttackPolice fatally shot the suspect in an alleged sword attack Monday night near South Reservoir and East 3rd Streets in Pomona.
Rent Payments Coming Up For Small Businesses Forced To CloseBrilliant Smile, a dental office in Thousand Oaks, is out of business for the first time in 20 years after being forced to shut down two weeks ago. Kristine Lazar reports.
Coronavirus: Scientists Looking Into Immunity TestingCoronavirus immunity testing would tell people whether they've already had the coronavirus and have developed antibodies.
Coronavirus: Santa Ana Distillery Now Selling Hand SanitizerA Santa Ana distillery is making new use of its alcohol during the coronavirus pandemic.
Long Beach Police Respond To Officer-Involved ShootingThe shooting occurred near East Leigh Court according to Public Information Officer Emily Garcia.
Nearly 40,000 Students Are Not Participating In Digital Learning During Coronavirus ClosuresLos Angeles Unified School District Superintendent Austin Beutner said through a partnership with Verizon, the district is working to close that digital divide to make sure families have access to the internet and computers.
Coronavirus: Photos Of Packed Brentwood Farmers Market Sparks OutrageWeekend images from the Brentwood farmers market sparked outrage online as dozens were shown flouting the city's safer at home order.
Garcetti Announces Temporary Suspension Of Farmers Markets To Prevent Spread Of CoronavirusAfter images from a weekend farmers market in Brentwood sparked outrage online, Mayor Eric Garcetti announced Monday that he would be suspending all farmers markets.
LA Schools Chief Says Nearly A Third Of Students Not Studying OnlineOut of 120,000 high school students, approximately 15,000 have no online contact with their teachers or schools.
Garcetti Announces Temporary Suspension Of All Farmers MarketsAfter seeing a number of of Angelenos gathering at area farmers markets this weekend, Mayor Eric Garcetti Monday announced the suspension of all farmers markets until they submit a plan to operate safely in the city.