Norma Duque, President and CEO of Nuevo Amanecer Latino Children’s ServicesPat Harvey talks with Norma Duque about her heartbreaking childhood life and what prompted her to start Nuevo Amanecer Latino Child Services.
Coppertone recalls 5 of its aerosol sunscreensSunscreens are being recalled due to the presence of benzene. Amy Johnson reports.
Need help finding Ashley Dalton; Lancaster woman has been missing for a monthAuthorities asked the public for help on Friday in locating a Lancaster woman who had been missing for a month. Katie Johnston reports.
Bank Of America’s online services down for customers nationwide on FridayThousands of Bank of America customers across the country had problems accessing their financial accounts on Friday after the banking giant experienced a massive system outage.
Firefighters remain at the scene on Friday as the Carson Pallet Yard blaze continues to smolderOn Friday morning, crews continued to fight a massive industrial fire that started Thursday afternoon at a pallet yard in Carson and quickly spread to a distribution center.
Newsom releases nation’s first COVID vaccine mandate for all schoolchildrenCalifornia Governor Gavin Newsom on Friday announced the country’s first coronavirus vaccination mandate for schoolchildren, a plan that will allow all elementary to high school students to be vaccinated once the vaccine has obtained final approval government for different age groups.
Captured in video: 2 wanted after filming in the technical center of Playa VistaTwo people are wanted in connection with a shooting in Playa Vista that was filmed. Katie Johnston reports.
Watts School gets a surprise music studioStudents at a college in Watts had a big surprise Thursday when they arrived in their classroom to find that a new state-of-the-art music production studio had been set up.
IATSE begins historic strike authorization voteThe union that represents tens of thousands of Hollywood workers began organizing a historic strike permission vote on Friday that could ultimately cripple the industry.
CBSNLA: The Rundown (October 1 edition)Here are the latest headlines from local news and weather. Updated twice a day.
Amber Lee’s weather forecast (October 1)A maximum of 84 for the beaches and 98 for the valleys on Friday.
Mandatory water restrictions could come to CaliforniaThe past year has been one of the driest in California history. DeMarco Morgan reports.
Man accused of stealing more than 500 blank vaccine cards from Pomona vaccination centerA Los Angeles County contract worker was charged Thursday with allegedly stealing hundreds of blank vaccine cards from a COVID-19 vaccination center at Pomona Fairplex. Katie Johnston reports.
Scarlett Johansson Reaches Disney Deal in ‘Black Widow’ CostumeActress Scarlett Johansson struck a deal with Disney on Thursday in her lawsuit over the controversial release of her Marvel movie “Black Widow” on the Disney + streaming service.
Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh tests positive for COVIDSupreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh tested positive for COVID-19 on Thursday, the Supreme Court said. He is fully vaccinated and has no symptoms.
Vigils to mark 4th anniversary of Las Vegas mass shootingA number of commemorative events will take place on Friday to mark the grim fourth anniversary of the mass shooting on the Las Vegas Strip.
Firefighters remain at the scene on Friday as the Carson Pallet Yard fire continues to smolderCrews early Friday morning continued to fight a massive fire that started Thursday afternoon at a pallet yard in Carson and quickly spread to adjacent industrial buildings. Joy Benedict reports.
Man charged with theft for allegedly stealing blank vaccine cardsA 46-year-old man from Las Vegas has been charged with grand theft for allegedly stealing more than 500 blank vaccine cards from a vaccination center in Pomona.
Governor Newsom signs new bills to hold law enforcement accountableSara Donchey reports on new legislation, signed Thursday by Governor Newsom in Gardena, which emphasizes law enforcement with greater responsibility for acts of excessive force dishonesty.
LAPD Seeks Help Identifying Sexual Assault SuspectNicole Comstock reports on police efforts to identify a man who followed a teenage girl from Long Beach to Los Angeles where he raped her.
Major emergency commercial structure fire in El SerenoFirefighters fought a major emergency structure fire dubbed the Alhambra fire in El Sereno on Thursday.
Crews remain behind in Carson pallet yard fireStacey Butler reports from Carson where firefighters say the core of the blaze that started around 2 p.m. Thursday afternoon is still burning.
Teams continue to make progress on pallet yard fire in CarsonStacey Butler reports from Carson where firefighters fought a massive blaze on Thursday that started in a pallet yard and quickly spread to adjacent industrial buildings.
El Sereno major emergency structure fireDesmond Shaw reports from Sky9 on major emergency structure fire at commercial building in El Sereno