• Conejo Valley’s ‘Party In The Park’ Celebrates The Lives of Borderline Shooting Victims And Survivors

    Conejo Valley’s ‘Party In The Park’ Celebrates The Lives of Borderline Shooting Victims And Survivors
    THOUSAND OAKS (CBSLA) — The Conejo Valley community came together Saturday one year after the deadly mass shooting at the Borderline Bar and Grill for a “Party in the Park,” in a show of unity and to celebrate life.
    The event, held at Conejo Creek Park and billed as “celebration of lives in honor of those we lost,” featured country music and line dancing and drew three thousand people.
    “I’m blown away,” said shooting survivor Jasmin Alexander, &ldq
  • Bernie Sanders Will Win Nevada Caucuses, CBS News Projects

    Bernie Sanders Will Win Nevada Caucuses, CBS News Projects
    CBS News projects Bernie Sanders has won the Nevada caucuses.
  • 2020 NAACP Image Awards: Complete List Of Nominees/Winners

    2020 NAACP Image Awards: Complete List Of Nominees/Winners
    PASADENA (CBSLA) — The 51st NAACP Image Awards, created to celebrate the accomplishments of people of color in the entertainment industry, airs on BET Networks Saturday, Feb. 22.
    Below is a list of the nominees, with winners in bold:
    Entertainer Of The Year
    Angela BassetBilly PorterLizzoRegina KingTyler Perry
    Motion Picture
    Outstanding Motion Picture
    Dolemite is My NameHarrietJust MercyQueen & SlimUs
    Outstanding Actor In A Motion Picture
    Chadwick Boseman, 21 BridgesDaniel Kaluuya,
  • Clint Eastwood Expresses Support For Mike Bloomberg

    Clint Eastwood Expresses Support For Mike Bloomberg
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Clint likes Mike — at least that’s what he told the Wall Street Journal.
    “The best thing we could do is just get Mike Bloomberg in there,” the 89-year-old film icon and longtime Republican said in an interview with the newspaper.
    He went on to say that President Donald Trump should act “in a more genteel way, without tweeting and calling people names.”
    “I would personally not like for him [Trump] to not bring himself to that l
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  • Clerk Shot, Killed In Attempted Robbery At Whittier 7-Eleven

    Clerk Shot, Killed In Attempted Robbery At Whittier 7-Eleven
    WHITTIER (CBSLA) – The clerk of a Whittier 7-Eleven was fatally shot Saturday morning during what police believe was an attempted robbery.
    Police were called to the scene of the shooting around 5:43 a.m., where they found the clerk suffering from a gunshot wound.
    Police said preliminary information indicates that the suspect entered the store, located at 8438 Santa Fe Springs Road, with a semi-automatic handgun with the intent to commit a robbery.
    It is unknown why the suspect fired the ha
  • 3 Killed, 21 Injured In 15 Freeway Bus Accident In North San Diego County

    3 Killed, 21 Injured In 15 Freeway Bus Accident In North San Diego County
    NORTH SAN DIEGO COUNTY (CBSLA) — Three were people killed and twenty one injured Saturday after a charter bus rolled over on the southbound 15 Freeway south of the 76 freeway. Eighteen of the victims were transported to the hospital. The incident is causing significant traffic delays and North County Fire is advising people to take alternate routes.
    It was raining at the time of the incident, according to authorities.
    This is a developing story. Please check back for further updates.#Freew
  • Eddie Murphy, Lizzo Among The Entertainers Vying For NAACP Image Awards

    Eddie Murphy, Lizzo Among The Entertainers Vying For NAACP Image Awards
    PASADENA (AP) — Hollywood’s awards season isn’t over quite yet, with the NAACP Image Awards putting the spotlight Saturday on the achievements of actors and musicians of color.
    The evening’s honorees include Oscar contenders, namely Cynthia Erivo, who starred in the Harriet Tubman biopic, “Harriet.” It also will showcase several actors and films that missed out on recognition at the Academy Awards, such as Eddie Murphy and his film “Dolemite is My Name&r
  • Father Of Four Shot And Killed At Gathering In Pacoima

    Father Of Four Shot And Killed At Gathering In Pacoima
     PACOIMA (CBSLA) — One man was killed and another injured during a shooting at a gathering at a house in Pacoima early Saturday.
    Omar Medina, a horse groomer and married father of four, was pronounced dead on the scene. A Go Fund Me fundraising appeal has been established to help his family.
    The other victim was transported to a hospital and is in stable condition, according to police. The shooting occurred on the 12700 block of Montague Street.
    There’s no information yet on the
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  • Father Of Four Shot And Killed At Gathering In Arleta

    Father Of Four Shot And Killed At Gathering In Arleta
     PACOIMA (CBSLA) — One man was killed and another injured during a shooting at a gathering at a house in Arleta early Saturday.
    Omar Medina, a married father of four, was pronounced dead on the scene. A Go Fund Me fundraising appeal has been established to help his family.
    The other victim was transported to a hospital and is in stable condition, according to police. The shooting occurred on the 12700 block of Montague Street.
    There’s no information yet on the suspect.
  • Stakes High For Democrats In Saturday’s Nevada Caucuses

    Stakes High For Democrats In Saturday’s Nevada Caucuses
    Democratic presidential candidates head into their next nominating contest on Saturday in Nevada, with Bernie Sanders leading in polls taken since mid-February.
  • Early Voting Begins Saturday In Los Angeles County

    Early Voting Begins Saturday In Los Angeles County
    SHERMAN OAKS (CBSLA) — Early voting centers will open Saturday in Los Angeles County featuring new technology to cast a ballot, but some people are concerned that all of the changes could lead to confusion.
    “I’m just a little bit nervous that there’s not been enough preparation,” a voting worker said.
    For the first time, Los Angeles County voters will use a modern touch-pad ballot marking device to make their selections. Those selections will then be printed out on
  • Federal Judge Allows Costa Mesa To Block Transfer Of Up To 50 Coronavirus Patients To City

    Federal Judge Allows Costa Mesa To Block Transfer Of Up To 50 Coronavirus Patients To City
    COSTA MESA (CBSLA) – A federal judge Friday granted the city of Costa Mesa’s temporary restraining order requesting to block as many as 50 confirmed coronavirus patients from being transferred to the city.
    Federal court papers filed Friday state that the federal government planned to transfer the patients from Travis Air Force Base near Sacramento to the former Fairview Developmental Center on Sunday or Monday. Thursday night, Costa Mesa city officials began hearing of the plan by th
  • Report: FAA Previously Disciplined Kobe Bryant’s Pilot Over Weather-Related Violation

    Report: FAA Previously Disciplined Kobe Bryant’s Pilot Over Weather-Related Violation
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — The pilot of the helicopter that crashed in Calabasas last month, killing Kobe Bryant and eight others, violated federal flight rules in 2015, according to records from the Federal Aviation Administration.
    The report, obtained by CBS Los Angeles, says that Ara Zobayan was flying northbound in an AS350 helicopter May 2015 when he was denied clearance to fly through airspace near Los Angeles International Airport due to reduced visibility caused by adverse weather
  • ‘Screamed Like My 7-Year-Old’: Firefighter Hospitalized In Bee Attack Recounts Run In With Swarm

    ‘Screamed Like My 7-Year-Old’: Firefighter Hospitalized In Bee Attack Recounts Run In With Swarm
    PASADENA (CBSLA) — Pasadena Fireman Matthew Busko has been on plenty of bee sting calls during his 12 years as a firefighter, but when he was on the first responding engine to a bee attack Thursday he had no idea a swarm of up to 40 thousand bees was waiting for them.
    The Pasadena Fire Department responded to calls of an “animal bite” on Colorado Boulevard between South Bonnie Avenue and North Sierra Bonita Avenue, not knowing it was a swarm of bees, according to CBSLA&rsq
  • Rain Expected To Blanket Southland Amid Winter Drought

    Rain Expected To Blanket Southland Amid Winter Drought
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — A low-pressure system is expected to roll through the Southland late Friday night bringing light rain, mountain snow, and a chance of thunderstorms Saturday.
    Rainfall is forecast to begin around midnight Friday and will be over L.A. County by late morning Saturday before making the trek east.
    A cold front will bring wet weather lingering through Saturday with a slight chance of thunderstorms.
    The best chance for showers is projected to begin early Saturday morning wit
  • Costa Mesa Seeks To Block Transfer Of Up To 70 Coronavirus Patients To City

    Costa Mesa Seeks To Block Transfer Of Up To 70 Coronavirus Patients To City
    COSTA MESA (CBSLA) – Costa Mesa is trying to block as many as 70 confirmed coronavirus patients from being transferred to the city.
    Federal court papers filed Friday state that the federal government plans to transfer the patients from Travis Air Force Base near Sacramento to the former Fairview Development Center on Sunday.
    The city was not informed about the proposed transfer until Thursday night, according to court documents.
    The city of Costa Mesa seeks to stop the transfer until &ldqu
  • 3-Year-Old Missing From Mission Viejo Home Found Safe

    3-Year-Old Missing From Mission Viejo Home Found Safe
    MISSION VIEJO (CBSLA) — Orange County Sheriff’s Department looking for a 3-year-old girl missing from her Mission Viejo home.
    Three-year-old Ava was last seen near her Mission Viejo home around 4:30 p.m. Friday. (OCSD)
    She has blonde hair, blue eyes and is about 3 feet tall and was last seen wearing pastel colored pants, unknown shirt and no shows.
    Police said she was last seen in the area of Golondrina and Riendas around 4:30 p.m. Friday.
    Deputies with the sheriff’s department
  • Man In Critical Condition After Being Shot In Planet Fitness Parking Lot

    Man In Critical Condition After Being Shot In Planet Fitness Parking Lot
    WHITTIER (CBSLA) — A man was in critical condition Friday evening after being shot outside of a Planet Fitness in Santa Fe Springs.
    The Whittier Police Department responded to the 11100 block of Washington Boulevard near Norwalk Boulevard after receiving a call of a person injured inside a vehicle in the parking lot.
    Upon their arrival, officers found an adult man suffering from a single gunshot wound to the head.
    The Santa Fe Springs Fire Department took the man to a local trauma center.
  • Lakers Waive Boogie Cousins; Clippers Matchup Rescheduled For April 9

    Lakers Waive Boogie Cousins; Clippers Matchup Rescheduled For April 9
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA/AP) — With the NBA All-Star break in the rear view, both the Lakers and the Clippers are turning their focus to the home stretch of the regular season.
    The Lakers are reportedly waiving center DeMarcus Cousins in order to make room on their roster for veteran forward Markieff Morris, who got a buyout from the Detroit Pistons this week.Lakers are waiving DeMarcus Cousins, league sources tell @Ramonashelburne and me.
    — Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) February 22, 2020
  • Palm Springs Mayor Fires Back After Trump Says Windmills ‘Look Like Hell’ During Campaign Rally

    Palm Springs Mayor Fires Back After Trump Says Windmills ‘Look Like Hell’ During Campaign Rally
    PALM SPRINGS (CBSLA) — Palm Springs Mayor Geoff Kors fired back at President Donald Trump Friday after the president’s recent comments blasting the Palm Springs windmills saying they “look like hell.”
    (credit: Gary C. Tognoni/Shutterstock)
    Trump was speaking at a campaign rally in Colorado one day after making a 3-hour visit at the Rancho Mirage estate of Oracle chairman Larry Ellison when he criticized the desert landmarks.
    “They are all over the place. They are cl
  • Santa Monica Man Charged With Cyberattacks On Website Of Former Rep. Katie Hill’s 2018 Primary Opponent

    Santa Monica Man Charged With Cyberattacks On Website Of Former Rep. Katie Hill’s 2018 Primary Opponent
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — A Santa Monica man was arrested Friday by the FBI on federal charges of staging several cyberattacks on the website of the challenger to former Rep. Katie Hill leading up to the 2018 Democratic congressional primary election.
    Arthur Jan Dam, 32, has been charged with one count of intentionally damaging and attempting to damage a protected computer. If convicted of the charge, he faces a statutory maximum sentence of 10 years in federal prison.
    Federal investigators sa
  • Police Continue Search For Human Trafficking Suspect Who Fled After Van Nuys Pursuit

    Police Continue Search For Human Trafficking Suspect Who Fled After Van Nuys Pursuit
    VAN NUYS (CBSLA) — Police are hoping the public can help locate a man wanted on suspicion of human trafficking.
    Police are looking for this man who goes by the nickname of Creole Blood in connection with human trafficking. (Credit: LAPD)
    According to police, an 18-year-old female victim contacted officers Feb. 12 at about 4:30 p.m. to report that she was a victim of human trafficking. Police said the suspect met the victim at a liquor store in Victorville and glamorized a life of money and
  • Costco Food Court May Be Unavailable To Non-Members Starting Next Month

    Costco Food Court May Be Unavailable To Non-Members Starting Next Month
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — The tasty and inexpensive treats of the Costco food court may soon be available to members only.
    A photo of a sign posted on the “CostcoDeals” Instagram account states, “Effective March 16th, 2020 an active Costco membership card will be required to purchase items from our food court.”View this post on InstagramUPDATE: THIS HAS BEEN CONFIRMED! May still vary per store and roll out date may vary as well… . Received a ton of DMs on this to
  • Police: Hemet Triple Homicide Result Of Rental Dispute Between Suspect, Victim

    Police: Hemet Triple Homicide Result Of Rental Dispute Between Suspect, Victim
    HEMET (CBSLA) — The two people arrested in connection with a triple homicide in Hemet have been identified.
    Jordan Destinee Guzman, 20, and her boyfriend, 18-year-old Anthony Damion McCloud were arrested Thursday.
    According to police, Guzman was a renter at the home and the killings were the result of a rental dispute.
    The bodies of the victims were found Wednesday night after a caller reported that there was a woman lying in a pool of blood. Family identified the victims as 46-year-old We
  • Bear Captured After Roaming Monrovia For Second Day In A Row

    Bear Captured After Roaming Monrovia For Second Day In A Row
    MONROVIA (CBSLA) — A bear was spotted early Friday, sniffing around trash cans and houses in Monrovia, a day after a bear was reported at a local elementary school.
    (credit: CBS)
    The 400-pound, female bear was first spotted at about 2:30 a.m. in the 300 block of North Mayflower Avenue – the same street where Mayflower Elementary School is located.
    The bear appeared to be unconcerned about the several news vehicles and photographers following it as it ambled along sidewalks and visite
  • Bernie Sanders Holds Rallies In Santa Ana, Bakersfield Ahead Of March 3 Primary Election

    Bernie Sanders Holds Rallies In Santa Ana, Bakersfield Ahead Of March 3 Primary Election
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Sen. Bernie Sanders returned to SoCal Friday to hold “Get Out the Early Vote” and “No Party Preference” rallies in Santa Ana and Bakersfield ahead of the March 3 California primary election.
    RELATED: Johnie’s Coffee Shop To Reopen As ‘Bernie’s Coffee Shop’ Ahead Of Calif. Primary, Hosts Dem Debate Watch Party
    Sanders held a “No Party Preference Press Event” at Valley High School in Santa Ana Friday morning in
  • Share an Act of Kindness

    Share an Act of Kindness
    An act of kindness, big or small, can make a huge difference, and we always love to hear about them. Share your humankindness story, or the story of someone you know, for a chance to be featured on-air!
    To enter for  a chance to be selected, viewers must submit an essay in 250-500 word (via the entry form below) describing why they would like to nominate themselves or someone they know to win a featured spot in Dignity Health’s CBS Los Angeles “Hello Humankindness” campaig
  • Wells Fargo To Pay $3B Settlement Over Fake Accounts Scandal

    Wells Fargo To Pay $3B Settlement Over Fake Accounts Scandal
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA/AP) – Banking giant Wells Fargo will pay $3 billion to the federal government to settle criminal and civil investigations over the massive scandal in which employees created millions of fake accounts over a period of several years in order to meet lofty sales goals.
    The settlement was announced in a news conference Friday in Los Angeles with officials from the U.S. Justice Department and the Securities and Exchange Commission.
    Beginning around 2002 and running through 20
  • 28-Year-Old Woman Who Thought She Had A Cold Nearly Died From A ‘Broken’ Heart

    28-Year-Old Woman Who Thought She Had A Cold Nearly Died From A ‘Broken’ Heart
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. (CBS Local) — A Missouri woman said she nearly died of a heart condition at age 28 because she tried to ignore the symptoms.
    Zearlisha Kinchelow of Kansas City thought she had a cold. She is a nursing student and busy raising her 7-year-old son, so she said she just kept going.
    “I would walk a short distance. I couldn’t not breathe, so I started taking my son’s inhaler, like, treating myself,” she told KMBC.
    A week later, Kinchelow had blurry vision
  • No Tickets For Kobe Memorial? Authorities Urge Fans To Stay Away From Staples Center

    No Tickets For Kobe Memorial? Authorities Urge Fans To Stay Away From Staples Center
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – People without tickets to the Staples Center memorial ceremony for Laker legend Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna should avoid the area next week, officials said Friday.
    “We hope that everybody heeds the message and they stay either in their offices, surrounded by their friends or at home with their family orloved ones, because it’s going to be a very emotional memorial for that day and we want people to be able to enjoy it,” Staples Center Preside

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