LA County Reports Highest Amount of Deaths Due to COVID-19 Since April 2021As COVID-19 numbers continue to surge nationwide, Los Angeles County has reported its largest death total since April 2021, with 66. It is also the third-straight day that the county has reported over 40,000 positive cases.
Off-Duty LAPD Officer Shot, Killed In Attempted Armed Robbery In South LAAn off-duty Los Angeles police officer was shot and killed during an attempted armed robbery in South L.A. Monday night.
Off-Duty LAPD Officer Shot, Killed In Attempted Armed Robbery In South LAAn off-duty Los Angeles police officer was shot and killed during an attempted armed robbery in South L.A. Monday night.
Off-Duty LAPD Officer Shot, Killed In Attempted Armed Robbery In South LAAn off-duty Los Angeles police officer was shot and killed during an attempted armed robbery in South L.A. Monday night.
Deadly Deputy-Involved Shooting Outside Rancho Cucamonga Bass Pro ShopA man was reported to be shot and killed by deputies with the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department in front of the Bass Pro Shop in Rancho Cucamonga during a cross-agency operation Monday night.
LAUSD Students Set To Return To Campuses TuesdayTens of thousands of Los Angeles Unified School District students will head back to classes Tuesday amid a dramatic countywide surge in COVID-19 cases, but officials continue to insist on the effectiveness of infection-control measures on campus.
Taco Bell Employee Shot, Killed In Front Of Son By Customer Attempting To Buy Food With Counterfeit MoneyA fast-food employee was shot and killed in South Los Angeles on the job and in front of his son who was also working with him that night.
Deadly Deputy-Involved Shooting Outside Rancho Cucamonga Bass Pro ShopA man was shot and killed by the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department in front of the Bass Pro Shop in Rancho Cucamonga during a cross-agency operation Monday night.
Deadly Deputy-Involved Shooting In Rancho CucamongaIt happened in front of the Bass Pro Shop at Victoria Gardens Monday evening.
LA County Launches COVID Test Kit Pick-Up At 13 Testing SitesPublic health officials will provide free COVID-19 test kits at more than a dozen pick-up sites after a program to mail the kits got bogged down by heavy demand.
Train Slams Into Downed Single-Engine Plane On Pacoima TracksA single-engine Cessna 172 went down Sunday onto train tracks adjacent to Whiteman Airport in Pacoima, sending the pilot to the hospital.
Rev. Al Sharpton Officiates Funeral Of Valentina Orellana-Peralta, 14-Year-Old Killed By LAPD Stray BulletCivil rights leader Rev. Al Sharpton delivered the eulogy and officiated the funeral Monday for 14-year-old Valentina Orellana-Peralta who was fatally struck by a stray bullet fired by Los Angeles police inside a North Hollywood Burlington store.
Bob Saget, Comedian And "Full House" Star, Has Died At 65Comedian and actor Bob Saget died Sunday. He was 65.
Train Slams Into Downed Single-Engine Plane On Pacoima TracksA single-engine Cessna 172 went down Sunday onto train tracks adjacent to Whiteman Airport in Pacoima, sending the pilot to the hospital.
Train Slams Into Downed Single-Engine Plane On Pacoima TracksA single-engine Cessna 172 went down Sunday onto train tracks adjacent to Whiteman Airport in Pacoima, sending the pilot to the hospital. 
Bob Saget, Comedian And "Full House" Star, Has Died At 65Comedian and actor Bob Saget died Sunday. He was 65.
Dog Lost In Snow Found And Brought HomeA South Lake Tahoe family is celebrating the return of their beloved pet.
Weekend Weather ForecastMarkina Brown shows you what the weather will look like Sunday and into the week.
The Top News Stories You Might Not Have Heard About This WeekThese are the top stories of the week.
Weekend Weather ForecastMarkina Brown has your weekend weather forecast.
LA County Sets Yet Another Record As Daily COVID Infection Number Tops 43,000For the third time in a week and second time in two days, Los Angeles County has set a record for new COVID-19 infections, reporting more than 43,000 new cases and 28 virus-related fatalities.
CBSNLA Town Hall: Brian LevinAsked if he thinks the punishment for some of those who participated in the January 6 insurrection at the Capitol have been too harsh, Professor Brian Levin, director for the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism, says the sentences have been "relatively low." Watch the "January 6: One Year Later" streaming now --> cbsla.com/live
CBSNLA Town Hall: David GuerraAsked if he feels positive about the chance that Democrats and Republics can find middle ground, California GOP Executive Member Mario Guerra pulls from a famous Ronald Reagan quote on CBSNLA's town hall "January 6: One Year Later" Watch Live --> cbsla.com/live
CBSNLA Town Hall:MIT Professor David Rand and California GOP Executive Committee Member Mario Guerra sharing in lively debate on CBSNLA's town hall "January 6: One Year Later" --> Watch Live --> cbsla.com/live

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