'NCIS Los Angeles' Star Renée Felice Smith Talks Nonprofit Work, New Children's Book"NCIS Los Angeles" Star Renée Felice Smith talks to CBS2 News This Morning about her nonprofit work and her new children's book "Hugo and the Impossible Thing."
Masters Gets Underway Under A Cloud Of ControversyThe Masters is starting Thursday under a cloud of controversy over Georgia's restrictive new voting law. CBS News correspondent Mark Strassmann spoke to CBS2 News This Morning live from Augusta.
San Bernardino Co. Launches New Illegal Fireworks Reporting System In Wake Of Ontario ExplosionFollowing last month’s massive fireworks explosion in an Ontario neighborhoods which left two men dead and caused millions of dollars in damage, San Bernardino County Thursday was unveiling a new illegal fireworks reporting system. Kara Finnstrom reports.
Driver Killed After Car Slams Into Pole In Santa Fe SpringsA driver was killed when a car crashed into a pole in Santa Fe Springs early Wednesday morning.
Due To Excess Supply, Cal State LA Offering Walk Up Vaccinations To Anyone Age 18 And OlderA major vaccination site in Los Angeles has such an excess of COVID-19 vaccine doses that it is allowing anyone age 18 and older to walk up and receive a vaccination. Tina Patel reports.
LA Poet Amanda Gorman Lands May Cover Of Vogue MagazineLos Angeles resident Amanda Gorman, whose acclaimed poetry reading at President Joe Biden's inauguration thrust her into the national spotlight, said Wednesday she was thrilled to be the first poet to grace the cover of Vogue magazine.
Evelyn Taft's Weather Forecast (April 7)Evelyn Taft takes a look at tonight's weather.
Half Of LA City Bars That Had To Close During Pandemic May Never Reopen: Yelp Study SaysAs businesses reopen across Los Angeles, roughly half of the 6,500 neighborhood bars that had to close last year in the City of LA may never reopen.
CBS Executives Leaving Company After Reports Of 'Racist' And 'Sexist' CommentsTwo CBS local television executives are leaving the company, following a January investigation by the Los Angeles Times into allegations they "cultivated a hostile work environment."
LAPD Facing Lawsuit After Officers Arrest Black Man During Search For White SuspectThe Los Angeles Police Department is facing a lawsuit after officers arrested a Black man outside of his home during a search for a white suspect in 2019.
Man Fatally Shot In Claremont, 71-Year-Old Father In CustodyAccording to the Claremont Police Department, officers responded to a call at about 8:20 a.m. of gunshots being fired at a residence in the 1800 block of Salem Court.
Teen Charged In Fatal West LA Lamborghini Crash That Killed Monique MunozCharges have been filed against the 17-year-old driver accused of hitting and killing 32-year-old Monique Munoz in February, Munoz's family said Wednesday.
Health Officials Concerned As COVID Variants Drive Nationwide SurgeHealth officials across Southern California are watching cautiously as a fourth surge, driven by variants, is happening across the nation and sickening children.
Evelyn Taft's Weather Forecast (April 7)Evelyn Taft takes a look at the latest weather forecast.
Multi-car Accident Causes Traffic On 118 Freeway In Mission HillsA multi-car accident on the 118 eastbound at the 405 in Mission Hills is causing traffic. It appears that nobody was seriously injured.
STEAM: Meet a Research NurseAnnette Geddes-Washington is a licensed vocational nurse at the Chan Soon-Shiong Research Institute in El Segundo. Of all the STEAM disciplines, she says her career as a research nurse relies most on science.
LAPD Facing Lawsuit After Officers Arrest Black Man During Search For White SuspectThe Los Angeles Police Department is facing a lawsuit after officers arrested a Black man outside of his home during a search for a white suspect in 2019.
Angelenos Head For Bakersfield, Where COVID-19 Vaccinations Are Plentiful For Walk-Ins Over 16People under 50 seeking a COVID-19 vaccine are getting out of Los Angeles and heading for Bakersfield.
Remembering CBS2/KCAL9 Editor John BassOur hearts are heavy after the loss of longtime CBS2/KCAL9 morning show editor John Bass, who died Tuesday due to complications from a stroke. We send our condolences to John's wife, Candace, his sons and everyone who knew and loved him.
LA County Confirms First Case Of South African COVID-19 Variant, First 3 Cases Of Brazilian VariantLos Angeles County confirmed its first case of the South African COVID-19 variant Tuesday as well as the first three cases of the Brazilian variant.
Rapid COVID-19 Tests Could Make School Re-Openings Safer, USC Study FindsA new University of Southern California study has found that COVID-19 rapid tests could be the key to reopening schools more safely.
Neighbors Say Father Fatally Shot Adult Son After Argument Spilled Into Claremont StreetA 71-year-old man was taken into custody Wednesday after a person was found shot to death in Claremont, police said. According to neighbors, it started as a family argument that spilled into the street and ended with a father fatally shooting his adult son.
Dash Cam Video Shows Moments Big Rig Hit By Pursuit Suspect In ClaremontAhmed Shabaan, the semi-truck driver, Wednesday released the dash cam video from Tuesday's pursuit crash in Claremont.
LA Sheriff Says Unsafe Speed Was Primary Cause Of Tiger Woods Crash; No Sign Of ImpairmentInvestigators Wednesday morning revealed that unsafe speed was the primary cause of the February crash that severely injured golfer, Tiger Woods, with no sign that he was under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

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