Judge Amy Coney Barrett Expected To Be President Trump’s Supreme Court Nominee: CBS NewsPresident Donald Trump is expected to nominate Judge Amy Coney Barrett, who serves on a federal appeals court in Chicago, to replace the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the U.S. Supreme Court, CBS News has confirmed, according to multiple sources involved in or familiar with the selection process. Tom Wait reports.
Demonstrators Gather Outside West Hollywood Sheriff's StationA group of protesters gathered in front of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department's West Hollywood Station Friday night to protest the grand jury decision in the Breonna Taylor case.
Protesters Take To The Streets For Third Consecutive Night Following Grand Jury Decision In Breonna Taylor CaseA group of about 50 protesters marched northbound on La Cienega Boulevard Friday evening to join a scheduled demonstration at a West Hollywood Park.
Hispanic Heritage Month: Justice Sonia SotomayorIn honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, CBS Los Angeles is spotlighting those who have made an impact. Justice Sonia Sotomayor was the first Latina appointed to the Supreme Court. She was appointed in 2009 by President Barack Obama.
Sparks Go Flying After Reckless Driving Suspect Clips Several Vehicles During Wild PursuitA reckless driving suspect clipped several vehicles while leading police on a high-speed pursuit on Friday night.
COVID-19 Cases Continue Increasing In Southland As California Nears 800KCounties across the Southland are reporting increases in COVID-19 cases as officials worry about an uptick due to the Labor Day holiday.
Horse Racing Returns To Santa Anita Park With ModificationsRacing at Santa Anita Park has returned with several modifications in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Parents, Teachers Concerned About Return To In-Person Learning For One OC School DistrictSome teachers and parents in Newport-Mesa Unified School District are pushing back against plans to reopen schools for in-person learning next week. Michele Gile reports.
$50 Million Spent On Campaigns For And Against Proposition 21Many cities in California already have some form of rent control, but Proposition 21 would expand that statewide, limiting how much landlords can set and raise rents. Juan Fernandez reports.
Off-Duty US Forest Service Firefighter Reported MissingCarlos Alexander Baltazar, 35, was reported missing by his family Thursday. His vehicle was found Sunday by the California Highway Patrol on Highway 18 and Delta Avenue.
Woman Rescued After Falling Off Cliff In Palos Verdes EstatesLA County officials rescue a hiker who fell in Palos Verdes Estates. She reportedly fell about 150-200 feet from a cliff.
California Is First State To Top 800,000 Coronavirus Cases, Health Experts Stress Flu Season PreparationCalifornia health officials are encouraging residents to take flu and coronavirus precautions seriously as COVID-19 cases continue to rise across the state.
Mourners Gather Outside LA's Skirball Center To Honor Justice Ruth Bader GinsburgAs Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg lies in state at the U.S. Capitol, many in Southern California flocked to the Skirball Cultural Center Friday to honor her one last time.
1 In 3 California Restaurants Expect To Close Locations, Shut Down Permanently Due To COVID RulesKristine Lazar reports.
Ed Buck To Remain Jailed After Judge Denies Request For BailA judge Friday denied a request for bail for Ed Buck, stating that she felt his release would pose a danger to the community.
Hit-And-Run Suspect Says Protesters Attacked SUV; CNN Building, Money Mart VandalizedJasmine Viel reports.
Amber Lee's Weather Forecast (Sept. 25)Warmer weather expected through next week.
'Her Boyfriend Did Shoot At The Cops': Charles Barkley, Shaquille O’Neal Face Backlash, Praise Over Breonna Taylor CommentsCharles Barkley and Shaquille O’Neal faced backlash and some praise on social media following comments made about the Breonna Taylor case. Katie Johnston reports.
DA Warns Of Census Scam Asking For Personal InformationLos Angeles County District Attorney Jackie Lacey warned Friday that scammers are sending emails claiming to be U.S. Census Bureau representatives asking for Social Security information and bank account and credit card account numbers. Katie Johnston reports.
Reservations Required, Capacity Limited to Annual SeaWorld SpooktacularSeaWorld’s Spooktacular’s trick will be bringing back Halloween fun in a safe way, but the treat will be that admission will be free for kids 3 to 9. Katie Johnston reports.
Get A Taste Of Fall, Halloween At Knott's Berry FarmFall-O-Ween kicks off today at Knott's Berry Farm. Tina Patel reports.
Prius Speeds Through Protests, Mob Attacks During Brianna Taylor ProtestsJuan Fernandez reports.
2 Small Quakes Hit Coachella ValleyThe small quakes hit the same approximate area in the Coachella Valley. DeMarco Morgan reports.
Firefighters Make More Strides Against Bobcat Fire As Evacuations LiftedCrews continued Friday to make headway in combatting the Bobcat Fire burning in the Angeles National Forest and Antelope Valley foothills, as evacuation orders were lifted for several neighborhoods.