• LA Set To Remove COVID Vaccine Proof Mandate

    LA Set To Remove COVID Vaccine Proof Mandate
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – The Los Angeles City Council could lift the mandate Wednesday requiring proof of COVID-19 vaccination to enter many indoor establishments and large outdoor events.
    The city ordinance, which went into effect Nov. 8, requires people over age 12 to show proof of vaccination before patronizing indoor restaurants, gyms, entertainment and recreational facilities, personal care establishments and some city buildings.
    The law also requires people to show proof of vaccination
  • Help Needed To Capture Gunman Who Allegedly Killed Man Outside North Hills Strip Club In ‘Unprovoked’ Shooting

    Help Needed To Capture Gunman Who Allegedly Killed Man Outside North Hills Strip Club In ‘Unprovoked’ Shooting
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — The public’s help is needed Wednesday to catch the man police say shot another man to death at a North Hills strip club earlier this month.
    (credit: LAPD)
    Savin Seng, 38, is believed to be armed and dangerous, according to the LAPD.
    Seng was identified as the shooter who killed 20-year-old Gabriel Isiguzo, who was found with a gunshot wound at Synn’s Gentlemen’s Club, 8314 Sepulveda Blvd., at about 2 a.m. on March 7. Isiguzo was taken to a hospital,
  • Man Killed After Argument Sparks Shooting Outside Torrance Bar

    Man Killed After Argument Sparks Shooting Outside Torrance Bar
    TORRANCE (CBSLA) – A suspect has been arrested in a shooting outside a Torrance bar which left a man dead early Wednesday morning.
    March 23, 2022. (CBSLA)
    The shooting occurred sometime after 1 a.m. in the 3100 block of West 182nd Street.
    According to Torrance police, an argument occurred in the area of Hi N Dry Cocktails, which then sparked a shooting.
    A man in his 50s was rushed to Harbor-UCLA Medical Center with gunshot wounds, where he died, police said. His name was not released.
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  • More Unseasonable Heat On The Way For LA Wednesday

    More Unseasonable Heat On The Way For LA Wednesday
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – The Southland could see another day of record-breaking heat Wednesday, coupled with gusty Santa Ana winds.
    A record high temperature of 86 degrees was set at Bob Hope Airport in Burbank on Tuesday, matching a high set in 2008.
    Record highs were also recorded in Camarillo, Oxnard and Santa Barbara.
    Wind gusts of up to 45 miles per hour are possible in the mountains Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service, with highs expected to hit the high 80s and low 90s
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  • Moderna Says Low-Dose COVID Vaccines Work For Children Under 6

    Moderna Says Low-Dose COVID Vaccines Work For Children Under 6
    Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine works in babies, toddlers and preschoolers, the company announced Wednesday.
  • Woman Wounded After Car Riddled With Bullets Near Exposition Park

    Woman Wounded After Car Riddled With Bullets Near Exposition Park
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — A woman was wounded when a gunman opened fire on a BMW sedan near Exposition Park in South Los Angeles Tuesday night.
    March 22, 2022. (CBSLA)
    The shooting occurred at about 9:30 p.m. in the 1000 block of West Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, just a few blocks from USC. Footage from the scene showed the windshield of the car riddle with dozens of bullet holes.
    A female passenger in the car was struck and wounded, Los Angeles police said. She was conscious and breathin
  • Armed Robbers Break Into Hollywood Hills Home

    Armed Robbers Break Into Hollywood Hills Home
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – Authorities are searching for several armed robbers who forced their way into a home in the Hollywood Hills early Wednesday morning.
    March 23, 2022. (CBSLA)
    The home invasion was reported at 1:13 a.m. in the 2500 block of Carman Crest Drive, just off Runyon Canyon Park.
    According to Los Angeles police, four armed suspects broke into the home and confronted of the residents. They stole several items before fleeing.
    No one was injured.
    There was no immediate description
  • Chinese Restaurant Along Miracle Mile Robbed

    Chinese Restaurant Along Miracle Mile Robbed
    MID-WILSHIRE (CBSLA) – Authorities said five men entered a Chinese restaurant at 6031 San Vicente, assaulted employees and robbed the cash register.
    March 22, 2022.
    The incident, according to officials with the Los Angeles Police Department, occurred at around 9 p.m.
    “They grabbed, snatched. They snatched one and took the monitor and then ran, and then the other two guys came up and snatched the other one,” eyewitness Pamela Clay said.
    One suspect was seen wearing a  yello
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  • Car Shot Dozens Of Times, Victim Transported To Hospital

    Car Shot Dozens Of Times, Victim Transported To Hospital
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — The Los Angeles Police Department is investigating a shooting near Exposition Park where a white BMW sedan was shot dozens of times.
    One person who survived the shooting was transported to the hospital in an unknown condition. She had sustained multiple gunshot wounds.
    (Credit: CBSLA)
    This is a developing story. Check back for more details. 
  • Jokic, Nuggets Bounce Back With 127-115 Win Over LA Clippers

    Jokic, Nuggets Bounce Back With 127-115 Win Over LA Clippers
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Nikola Jokic bounced back from a rare poor shooting performance, scoring 30 points to lead the Denver Nuggets to a 127-115 win over the Los Angeles Clippers on Tuesday night.
    It was his supporting cast’s performance that fired up coach Michael Malone, who smiled as he scanned the stat sheet and saw all five starters plus reserves Bones Hyland and Austin Rivers had scored in double figures.
    “I’m extremely pleased,” Malone said. “Yes, Nikola i
  • Fire Scientist Attempts To Accurately Predict Wildfire Threats

    Fire Scientist Attempts To Accurately Predict Wildfire Threats
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Amid a devastating drought, record-breaking heat and the everlasting breezy Santa Ana winds, Tom Rolinski is hoping his team is prepared for yet another fire season.
    “The bad news here is because we haven’t had a lot of precipitation since the beginning of January things have really dried out,” he said.
    Rolinksi is a fire scientist with Southern California Edison and leads the effort to more accurately predict the threat of wildfires in the utility&r
  • Top 5 Polling LA Mayoral Candidates Face Off In Debate Tuesday Night

    Top 5 Polling LA Mayoral Candidates Face Off In Debate Tuesday Night
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – With only a couple of months left until the June primary election, the five leading candidates in the race to become mayor of Los Angeles came out swinging against each other in Tuesday evening’s debate.
    March 22, 2022
    “It’s great to see Rick Caruso here, finally… for joining us, Rick,” mayor candidate Joe Buscaino said, taking the first barrage of shots at billionaire developer Rick Caruso.
    Tuesday marked the first time Caruso took to t
  • Woman Dies After Collapsing At LA Marathon

    Woman Dies After Collapsing At LA Marathon
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — A woman who collapsed at the finish line of the Los Angeles Marathon died Tuesday, according to organizers.
    The Rancho Palos Verdes resident, Trisha Paddock was running the half marathon where all participants were fundraising for one of the race’s official charities. According to marathon results, she was 46, however, Los Angeles Fire Department Capt. Erik Scott said she was 44.
    According to Scott, crews encountered Paddock at 12:10 p.m. on Sunday. Scott said t
  • Van Nuys Business With ‘Russian’ In It’s Name Forced To Change Name

    Van Nuys Business With ‘Russian’ In It’s Name Forced To Change Name
    VAN NUYS (CBSLA) — A Ukrainian car customizer was forced to change his shop’s name after being harassed on the phone and online for having the word “Russian” in his business’s name.
    “The old name was Russian Wrapz,” said co-owner Jay Shedludko. “And now we have to change it to Hussle Customs.”
    Shedluko said that the word “Russian” was meant to show quality and care when the business launched two years ago.
    “They started all
  • LAUSD To Lift Indoor Mask-Wearing Mandate Wednesday

    LAUSD To Lift Indoor Mask-Wearing Mandate Wednesday
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – Staff and students in the Los Angeles Unified School District will be able to remove their masks indoors starting Wednesday as the district aligns with the state and county’s guidance on face coverings.
    “Suffice it to say at this point, that based on improved conditions in our community and certainly in our school system as a result of the proactive measures adopted by this board, have led to conditions that have allowed for the significant relaxation of e
  • LAUSD Board To Resume In-Person Public Attendance At Meetings

    LAUSD Board To Resume In-Person Public Attendance At Meetings
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – The Los Angeles Unified School District Board of Education will reopen its meetings to the public for in-person attendance starting on April 5, board President Kelly Gonez announced Tuesday.
    The in-person meetings will have limited capacity to allow for social distancing.
    Attendees will be asked basic screening questions and mask-wearing will be strongly recommended.
    According to Gonez, people will still be able to call in to meetings.
    The general public comment sessi
  • Orange County Leaders Committed To Offering Free COVID Tests And Vaccines For Those In Need

    Orange County Leaders Committed To Offering Free COVID Tests And Vaccines For Those In Need
    SANTA ANA (CBSLA) – Free COVID testing and vaccines have been a lifeline through the pandemic, but federal dollars that funded much of those programs for the uninsured is running out, though some local programs plan to carry on.
    Juan Sanchez road his bike to get a free COVID test from Latino Health Access in Santa Ana so that he can continue working at a new job. (CBSLA)
    For Elisa Ponce, a front-line worker who can’t afford to pay for COVID tests, getting them for free is a must.
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  • New Regulations Aim To Reduce Cost Of Fire Insurance

    New Regulations Aim To Reduce Cost Of Fire Insurance
    CHATSWORTH (CBSLA) — Joan Salvatore moved to this remote part of Chatsworth to retire and relax but finds herself stressed out after her fire insurance premium increased by 400%.
    “It’s stressful every month wondering where I am going to get the money to pay my bills,” she said.
    Last fall, Salvatore got a notice from Travelers, an insurance company, that she had been dropped as a client because of an “increased risk of wildfire loss.” Unable to find another ins
  • Hillary Clinton Says She Has Tested Positive For COVID-19

    Hillary Clinton Says She Has Tested Positive For COVID-19
    Hillary Clinton has tested positive for COVID-19, she tweeted Tuesday.
  • Mountain Lion Caught Inside Of Irvine Business

    Mountain Lion Caught Inside Of Irvine Business
    IRVINE (CBSLA) — A mountain lion was captured today after into ran into an Irvine business.
    The mountain lion was seen swimming in Orange County over the weekend and appears to have been tracked down to Irvine.
    Animal control and law enforcement initially tried to sedate the mountain lion but failed. The animal then ran into a nearby business. Authorities were able to tranquilize the big cat shortly after.
    No injuries were reported. Animal control no has custody of the mountain lion.
  • Police Searching For 5 Suspects In Brazen Beverly Hills Smash-And-Grab Robbery

    Police Searching For 5 Suspects In Brazen Beverly Hills Smash-And-Grab Robbery
    BEVERLY HILLS (CBSLA) – A jewelry story in Beverly Hills was hit in a smash-and-grab robbery Tuesday, and police were searching for five suspects.
    Scene of a smash and grab robbery in Beverly Hills. Mar. 22, 2022 (CBSLA)
    The robbery occurred at about 2 p.m. at Luxury Jewels of Beverly Hills in the area of South Beverly Drive and Charleville Boulevard, near Reeves Park.
    The suspects shattered the front windows with sledgehammers and fled the scene with several items from the store, accordin
  • Habitat LA To Receive $20 Million From Massive MacKenzie Scott Gift

    Habitat LA To Receive $20 Million From Massive MacKenzie Scott Gift
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Habitat for Humanity of Greater LA will receive $20 million as part of a giant donation to the organization from philanthropist MacKenzie Scott.
    MacKenzie Scott. (Photo by Taylor Hill/FilmMagic)
    Scott, an author and the ex-wife of Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, donated $436 million to Habitat For Humanity International and its 84 U.S. affiliates. The Los Angeles arm of the group will receive $20 million, which they say will be put toward expanding key programs like buildi
  • Hollywood Forever Cemetery Officially Designated A Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument

    Hollywood Forever Cemetery Officially Designated A Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — The Hollywood Forever Cemetery has been officially designated as a Historic-Cultural Monument by the Los Angeles City Council.
    Hollywood Forever Cemetery, Los Angeles, California. (Photo by: Education Images/Citizens of the Planet/Universal Images Group via Getty Images)
    Tuesday’s vote followed a unanimous recommendation from the city’s Cultural Heritage Commission, which considered the property for the designation on Oct. 21. The landmark was not part of
  • Metrolink To Add 26 Trains To Its Schedule On April 4

    Metrolink To Add 26 Trains To Its Schedule On April 4
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – Metrolink will reinstate service on 24 of the most in-demand trains and add two new trains on April 4 as it restores service that was suspended when the COVID-19 pandemic began.
    Metrolink will also add four Amtrak Pacific Surfliner trains which can be used by all Metrolink ticketholders.
    The added trains will reinstate service in the following areas:
    — 91/Perris Valley Line: Two added trains with midday service to Los Angeles and a reverse morning trip to Rivers
  • LAPD: Robberies With A Gun Up 44% This Year

    LAPD: Robberies With A Gun Up 44% This Year
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Robberies involving a gun are up a whopping 44% this year, so LAPD Chief Michel Moore is urging residents to keep alert and be aware of their surroundings.
    There has been an overall increase in robberies throughout the City of Los Angeles this year, Moore told the Los Angeles Police Commission on Tuesday. The year-to-date statistics Moore presented are a big jump from previous years:Robberies up 18% from 2021, and 5% from 2020
    Robberies with a firearm up 44% from 2021
  • 4th Horse Dies This Year At Los Alamitos Race Course

    4th Horse Dies This Year At Los Alamitos Race Course
    CYPRESS (CBSLA) – Another horse died after suffering racing injuries at Los Alamitos Race Course over the weekend marking the track’s fourth horse death this year.
    Stolen Lives was injured in Sunday night’s ninth race and later died after finishing the race in last place, according to the California Horse Racing Board. He was 5 years old and had 20 career starts — all at Los Alamitos — and three first-place finishes.
    He was owned by Vic3tory LLC, trained by Valentin
  • Vendors For Threatened North Hollywood Swap Meet Hold Protest Outside Landlord’s Home

    Vendors For Threatened North Hollywood Swap Meet Hold Protest Outside Landlord’s Home
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – Dozens of vendors for the popular North Hollywood Swap Meet held a demonstration Tuesday in their fight to keep the swap meet from shutting down.
    The swap meet, located at 7355 Lankershim Blvd., has been running for decades but is at risk of closing because its lease agreement is set to expire at the end of March. Organizers have been unable to reach a new agreement with the landlord, who purportedly told them that the property was being redeveloped.
    Vendors of the No
  • Wilmington Man Arrested In Murder Of Woman In Long Beach Following Wild Chase That Ended In Mar Vista Starbucks

    Wilmington Man Arrested In Murder Of Woman In Long Beach Following Wild Chase That Ended In Mar Vista Starbucks
    LONG BEACH (CBSLA) — Police say a man who led a wild chase from Long Beach into Los Angeles has been identified as the shooter who killed a woman hours earlier.
    (credit: CBS)
    Corderell McKnight, 32, of Wilmington, was arrested Sunday night after a pursuit out of Long Beach ended with him running into a Starbucks coffee shop in Mar Vista, according to Long Beach police. McKnight was being pursued by police after he was identified as the suspect who shot a woman in her 30s to death in Long B
  • Free College Savings Program Expanded To All Of LAUSD’s First-Grade Students

    Free College Savings Program Expanded To All Of LAUSD’s First-Grade Students
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Thousands of first-graders in Los Angeles are getting a $50 head start on their futures.
    The Opportunity LA program, a partnership between the Los Angeles Unified School District and the city and county of Los Angeles, launched last year to start first-graders off with $50 in a free college savings account. The program is being expanded to include all of LAUSD’s first-graders — more than 44,000 students.
    “A child with a college savings account with e
  • Some Disney Workers Hold Walkout Over Company’s Response To Florida’s ‘Don’t Say Gay’ Bill

    Some Disney Workers Hold Walkout Over Company’s Response To Florida’s ‘Don’t Say Gay’ Bill
    LOS ANGELES (AP/CBSLA) — Several Disney divisions released statements expressing solidarity with their LGBTQ employees on the same day that walkouts took place nationwide to protest the company’s response to Florida’s “Don’t Say Gay” bill.
    Disney Parks posted a message to social media Tuesday morning in solidarity with its LGBTQ employees. It read in part:
    “We oppose any legislation that infringes on basic human rights, and stand in solidarity and suppor
  • Ex-Long Beach Police Officer Pleads Guilty In Child Porn Case

    Ex-Long Beach Police Officer Pleads Guilty In Child Porn Case
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — A former Long Beach police officer pleaded guilty Monday to distributing child pornography, including while on duty.
    Anthony Brown, 57, of Lakewood, entered the plea to a single federal count.
    In his plea agreement, Brown acknowledged using his mobile phone to log into the internet-based messaging application MeWe to distribute sexually explicit images of underage girls in November 2019, March 2020 and April 2020, the U.S. attorney’s office said in a statement.
    Bro
  • Some Disney Workers Plan Walkout Over Company’s Response To Florida’s ‘Don’t Say Gay’ Bill

    Some Disney Workers Plan Walkout Over Company’s Response To Florida’s ‘Don’t Say Gay’ Bill
    LOS ANGELES (AP/CBSLA) — Several Disney divisions released statements expressing solidarity with their LGBTQ employees on the same day that walkouts were purportedly planned nationwide to protest the company’s response to Florida’s “Don’t Say Gay” bill.
    Disney Parks posted a message to social media Tuesday morning in solidarity with its LGBTQ employees. It read in part:
    “We oppose any legislation that infringes on basic human rights, and stand in solidar
  • Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Blocking $320 Million Deal To Sell Angel Stadium To The Angels

    Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Blocking $320 Million Deal To Sell Angel Stadium To The Angels
    ANAHEIM (CBSLA) — A judge has dismissed a lawsuit seeking to block Angel Stadium’s sale to the Los Angeles Angels, allowing the $320 million deal to move forward.
    ANAHEIM, CA – MARCH 15: General view of the exterior of Angel Stadium before the Round 2 Pool 2 Game between Team Japan and Team Korea in the World Baseball Classic at Angel Stadium on March 15, 2006 in Anaheim, California. Korea defeated Japan 2-1. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)
    The lawsuit filed by the P
  • LAUSD Teachers Vote In Favor Of Removing Mask Mandates

    LAUSD Teachers Vote In Favor Of Removing Mask Mandates
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – Teachers in the Los Angeles Unified School District Monday night voted overwhelmingly to approve the removal of indoor mask-wearing requirements for students and staff.
    Members of United Teachers Los Angeles, the union which represents thousands of LAUSD teachers, voted by a margin of 84% to 16% to approve an agreement with the district that will make masks optional for K-12 students and staff beginning Wednesday.
    Parents of LAUSD students protest outside of the UTLA
  • Car Nearly Slams Into Fatburger In West Hollywood

    Car Nearly Slams Into Fatburger In West Hollywood
    WEST HOLLYWOOD (CBSLA) – A collision nearly sent a car careening into a Fatburger restaurant in West Hollywood early Tuesday morning.
    March 22, 2022. (CBSLA)
    The two-car crash occurred at about 2:20 a.m. in the intersection of Santa Monica Boulevard and Gardner Street.
    The impact sent one of the cars spinning into the patio of the restaurant, but it did not hit the building itself.
    There were no serious injuries, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. No arrests we
  • LA County Gas Price Tops $6 Average For First Time Ever

    LA County Gas Price Tops $6 Average For First Time Ever
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – The average price for a gallon of regular gasoline in Los Angeles County hit the $6 mark Tuesday for the first time ever, with no relief in sight as the Russian invasion of Ukraine, coupled with skyrocketing inflation, continues to destabilize energy markets worldwide.
    The average price for regular in L.A. County was a record $6.01, up about three cents from $5.98 on Monday, according to numbers from AAA. It was the 28th consecutive daily increase, and came just 19 da
  • Water Main Break Floods Streets In Westlake District

    Water Main Break Floods Streets In Westlake District
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – A water main break sent a powerful river of water gushing through streets in the Westlake District early Tuesday morning.
    The water main break occurred in the area of Beverly Boulevard and Belmont Avenue at around 2:45 a.m.
    March 22, 2022. (CBSLA)
    The water flowed for nearly two hours before Los Angeles Department of Water and Power crews shut it off.
    It’s unclear if any buildings suffered damage. LADWP did not confirm how many customers were without water servi
  • Magnitude-3.4 Quake Rattles Ontario, Rancho Cucamonga

    Magnitude-3.4 Quake Rattles Ontario, Rancho Cucamonga
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – A magnitude 3.4 earthquake shook Ontario and Rancho Cucamonga early Tuesday morning.
    March 22, 2022. (USGS)
    The earthquake struck at 3:33 a.m. about three miles east of the Ontario city center, five miles south of Rancho Cucamonga and 6.8 miles southeast of Fontana, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
    The epicenter was near Jurupa Street and Commerce Parkway in Ontario.
    It occurred at a depth of 4.5 miles.
    As of 4:30 a.m., 757 people had reported feeling the quak
  • Forsberg’s 5-Point Night Propels Predators Past Ducks, 6-3

    Forsberg’s 5-Point Night Propels Predators Past Ducks, 6-3
    ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — Filip Forsberg scored two goals in the third period of a five-point performance, and Matt Duchene added two power-play goals in the final minutes of the Nashville Predators’ 6-3 victory over the skidding Anaheim Ducks on Monday night.
    Forsberg capped his spectacular night by setting Nashville’s single-season record with his 35th goal, scoring into an empty net with 2:03 to play. He broke the franchise mark set in 2019 by Viktor Arvidsson, now with the Los
  • Tarzana Homeowner Puts Neighborhood On High Alert After Shooting Homeless Trespasser

    Tarzana Homeowner Puts Neighborhood On High Alert After Shooting Homeless Trespasser
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – A trespasser remains at large after he was allegedly shot and wounded by a homeowner early Monday morning in a Tarzana neighborhood, authorities said.
    At about 6:30 a.m., Los Angeles police officers responded to a report of a single shot fired in the 5800 block of Melvin Avenue, a few blocks north of the 101 Freeway.
    (Source: CBS)
    According to LAPD Lt. Julie Rodriguez, a homeowner had discovered a transient on a vacant property that he owns.
    “It appears a possib
  • Tarzana Homeowner Puts Neighborhood On Alert After Shooting Trespasser

    Tarzana Homeowner Puts Neighborhood On Alert After Shooting Trespasser
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – A trespasser remains at large after he was allegedly shot and wounded by a homeowner early Monday morning in a Tarzana neighborhood, authorities said.
    Los Angeles police investigators at the scene of where a homeowner shot a trespasser in Tarzana, Calif. March 22, 2022. (CBSLA)
    At about 6:30 a.m., Los Angeles police officers responded to a report of a single shot fired in the 5800 block of Melvin Avenue, a few blocks north of the 101 Freeway.
    According to LAPD Lt. Jul
  • President Biden Warns Of ‘Evolving’ Cyber Threats To U.S. Infrastructure By Russian Forces

    President Biden Warns Of ‘Evolving’ Cyber Threats To U.S. Infrastructure By Russian Forces
    "The magnitude of Russia's cyber capacity is fairly consequential," Mr. Biden said while addressing the Business Roundtable, an association of some of the nation's largest corporations.
  • President Biden Warns Of ‘Evolving’ Cyber Threats To U.S. Infrastructure By Russia

    President Biden Warns Of ‘Evolving’ Cyber Threats To U.S. Infrastructure By Russia
    "The magnitude of Russia's cyber capacity is fairly consequential," Mr. Biden said while addressing the Business Roundtable, an association of some of the nation's largest corporations.
  • Exclusive: Alex Choi, Eyewitness To Viral Tesla Jump In Echo Park, Speaks Out After Posting Video Of Stunt

    Exclusive: Alex Choi, Eyewitness To Viral Tesla Jump In Echo Park, Speaks Out After Posting Video Of Stunt
    ECHO PARK (CBSLA) – An eyewitness who shot video on his cellphone of the dangerous and illegal jump that a Tesla made Sunday in Echo Park spoke to CBSLA.
    Alex Choi speaking to CBSLA after posting cellphone footage of a dangerous stunt and posting it online. Mar. 21, 2022 (CBSLA)
    In the video, Alex Choi can be seen wearing red as the Tesla catches air over the intersection of Alvarado and Baxter Streets early Sunday morning, at around 12:10 a.m.
    “It’s never a good thing to see t
  • Doctors Concerned Federal COVID Funding May End

    Doctors Concerned Federal COVID Funding May End
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Doctors concerned about uninsured patients are calling on Congress to approve a new round of federal COVID funding.
    “There are people in the community that don’t have health insurance,” said Dr. Jerry Abraham, director of the vaccine program at Kedren Health. “There are people that don’t have any way of paying for COVID services… We can’t afford to do it for free.
    Abraham and his team vaccinate many in underserved and uninsur
  • Investigation Underway After Shooting In Fairfax District

    Investigation Underway After Shooting In Fairfax District
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Authorities are investigating a shooting that occurred on La Brea Avenue Monday evening.
    Reports of the shooting began just after 7:30 p.m. outside of the Sprouts Farmers Market in the area.
    When authorities arrived, they found one person suffering from a gunshot wound. They were taken to a nearby hospital, where their condition was unknown.
    A suspect was also detained, and officers were waiting for a witness to identify the suspect, who was said to be a male.
    Th
  • Crane Hoists Wreckage From LASD Helicopter Crash In Angeles National Forest

    Crane Hoists Wreckage From LASD Helicopter Crash In Angeles National Forest
    ANGELES NATIONAL FOREST (CBSLA) – The National Transportation Safety Board was investigating the crash of a Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department’s helicopter that crashed Saturday in the Angeles National Forest while attempting a rescue.
    Mar. 21, 2022 (CBSLA)
    Sky9 was over the scene Monday when a crane hoisted the wreckage.
    RELATED: Officials Probe Cause Of LASD Helicopter Crash With 6 Onboard
    Five of the six people onboard the chopper are out of the hospital.
    LASD’s A
  • LeBron Scores 38 In Ohio return, Lakers Crush Cavs, 131-120

    LeBron Scores 38 In Ohio return, Lakers Crush Cavs, 131-120
    CLEVELAND (AP) — LeBron James scored 38 points, notched another triple-double and sparked memories of his time in Cleveland, leading the Los Angeles Lakers to a 131-120 win Monday over the Cavaliers, who had a horrid defensive night.
    It was James’ only visit home this season — other than the All-Star Game last month — and the star from nearby Akron thrilled fans who warmly welcomed him back. James played 11 seasons in two stints with the Cavs, trying to get back to the pl
  • Crews Respond To A Report Of A Drowning At Youth Center

    Crews Respond To A Report Of A Drowning At Youth Center
    LA VERNE (CBSLA) — Crews from the Los Angeles County Fire Department responded to a report of a drowning at a youth center in La Verne.
    The incident happened at about 6 p.m. at the Haynes Education Center, a residential treatment facility specializing in helping special needs children.
    According to County Fire, two patients were transported to the hospital, one of whom was an 18-year-old man. The age of the second victim is unknown.
    This is a developing story. Check back for more details.&
  • Bell Gardens Man Suffering From Dementia, Alzheimer’s Reported Missing

    Bell Gardens Man Suffering From Dementia, Alzheimer’s Reported Missing
    BELL GARDENS (CBSLA) — Bell Gardens Police Department is seeking public assistance in locating a missing man who suffers from both dementia and Alzheimer’s.
    (Source: Bell Gardens Police Department)
    Emidio Espericueta, 76-years-old, was last seen at around 11 a.m. Monday in a convalescent center in Bell Gardens.
    He stands 5 feet, 5 inches tall and has gray hair. He was last seen wearing a blue jacket and blue jeans.
    Anyone with information on Espericueta’s whereabouts was a
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