• Goldstein Investigates: Shoulder Injury Linked To COVID Vaccination From Medical Volunteers

    Goldstein Investigates: Shoulder Injury Linked To COVID Vaccination From Medical Volunteers
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — As millions are awaiting their COVID-19 vaccines, one Los Angeles man is warning people that who gives the shot could make a difference.
    Healthcare worker Sung Cho said he received his vaccine from a pharmacy student and has been paying the price of a mistake that student made.
    “I couldn’t move my arm,” he said. “I could only move it about 10-degrees lifting my arm before excruciating pain like a knife going through my shoulder.”
    In the d
  • 9 Great Apes At San Diego Zoo Become First Non-Humans To Receive A COVID Vaccine

    9 Great Apes At San Diego Zoo Become First Non-Humans To Receive A COVID Vaccine
    SAN DIEGO (CBSLA) – Nine great apes at the San Diego Zoo have received a COVID-19 vaccine, it was reported Thursday.
    The four orangutans and five bonobos received an experimental vaccine developed by drug maker Zoetis, per CBS News.
    The zoo chose to give the great apes the vaccine after several gorillas at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park contracted COVID-19 in early January.
    “That made us realize that our other apes were at risk,” Nadine Lamberski, chief conservation and wildlife
  • ‘2 Kids Don’t Just Come Up Missing’: Relative Of Missing Kern County Toddlers Speaks Out

    ‘2 Kids Don’t Just Come Up Missing’: Relative Of Missing Kern County Toddlers Speaks Out
    CALIFORNIA CITY (CBSLA) — A relative of two missing toddlers from Kern County spoke out this week about the ongoing search for 4-year-old Orrin and 3-year-old Orson West.
    (credit: CBS)
    The two young brothers disappeared from the backyard of their adoptive parents’ home in California City on Dec. 21. There have been multiple searches in Bakersfield, where the boys lived with their adoptive parents, before moving to California City in September.
    Rosanna Willis, a biological relative of
  • National Day Of Unplugging: Putting The Technology Down After A Difficult Year

    National Day Of Unplugging: Putting The Technology Down After A Difficult Year
    (CBS LOCAL) – Most of us have been spending more time than ever in front of our screens this past year, whether it’s on phones, computers, or televisions.
    Friday, March 5th is the National Day of Unplugging, which calls for people to put away devices.
    The Bartkowski family in San Diego spends much of their life online these days between remote work and virtual learning for 12-year-old McKenna and eight-year-old Aiden. When asked how much time she’s spending in front of screens,
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  • New Mobile COVID Vaccine Unit Comes To Southeast LA Friday

    New Mobile COVID Vaccine Unit Comes To Southeast LA Friday
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – A new COVID-19 mobile vaccine unit will launch Friday in Southeast Los Angeles as part of an effort to vaccinate the hardest-hit areas of L.A. County.
    The launch was being announced by L.A. County Supervisor Hilda Solis at a food distribution event in South Gate.
    Armineh Tavitian, left, escorts a couple to a recovery area after they receive COVID-19 vaccines at site opened by the St. John’s Well Child and Family Center at the East L.A. Civic Center. March 3, 202
  • Woman Shot During Brazen Daylight Robbery At Beverly Hills Restaurant

    Woman Shot During Brazen Daylight Robbery At Beverly Hills Restaurant
    BEVERLY HILLS (CBSLA) — A woman was shot Thursday afternoon during an armed robbery attempt at an upscale restaurant in Beverly Hills.
    March 4, 2021. (RMG News)
    The shooting was reported just after 2 p.m. at the Il Pastaio restaurant at Brighton Way and North Canon Drive. CBSLA learned the robbery target was the co-owner of jewelry store TZURI.
    Two shots were fired, one of which struck a nearby woman in the leg.
    “All I heard was them getting loud,” said Drew Hancock, the shooti
  • Woman Killed In Collision At South LA Intersection

    Woman Killed In Collision At South LA Intersection
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – One driver was killed and a second critically injured in a collision in South Los Angeles early Friday morning.
    March 5, 2021. (CBSLA)
    The crash occurred in the 200 block of 43rd Street near Broadway at around 12:30 a.m.
    According to Los Angeles police, a car was traveling north on Broadway when in slammed into a car that was stopped at a traffic light.
    The impact sent the second car careening into several parked vehicles, police said.
    The driver of that car, describe
  • ‘Our Hearts Are Still Sad’: Family Of Man Who Disappeared 28 Years Ago Holding Out Hope For Justice

    ‘Our Hearts Are Still Sad’: Family Of Man Who Disappeared 28 Years Ago Holding Out Hope For Justice
    EL MONTE (CBSLA) — It has been almost three decades since a Southland man walked out of his home for a business meeting and never returned.
    Austin Jay Smith, 23, went missing 28 years ago. (CBSLA)
    “Anniversaries, birthdays, the holidays, there’s always one person missing, and so they’re always difficult,” Teddie Smith, the victim’s sister, said. “Our hearts are still sad.”
    That sadness became part of the Smith family’s life 28 years ago when
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  • Deadly Crash Shuts Down All I-5 Northbound Lanes Near Commerce

    Deadly Crash Shuts Down All I-5 Northbound Lanes Near Commerce
    COMMERCE (CBSLA) – All lanes of the northbound 5 Freeway just south of Terra Bella Street near Commerce are blocked due to a traffic collision that killed a pedestrian, according to the California Highway Patrol, which has issued a SigAlert.
    The crash happened around 10 p.m. Thursday where the 5 Freeway connects to the 710 Freeway. Investigators said a person walking on the side of the freeway was struck and killed by a car.
    The California Highway Patrol was on the scene along with the Los
  • All I-5 Northbound Lanes Closed Near Pacoima Due To Crash

    All I-5 Northbound Lanes Closed Near Pacoima Due To Crash
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – All lanes of the northbound 5 Freeway just south of Terra Bella Street near Pacoima are blocked due to a traffic collision, according to the California Highway Patrol, which has issued a SigAlert.
    The crash happened around 10 p.m. Thursday. The cause of the crash is still under investigation.
    (This is a developing story. Check back for updates.) 
    (© Copyright 2020 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved. City News Service contributed to this report.)
  • Movement Starts To Stop Hate Crimes Towards Asians As Incidents Surge In Southern California

    Movement Starts To Stop Hate Crimes Towards Asians As Incidents Surge In Southern California
    VALLEY PARK (CBSLA) – People from Los Angeles to Orange County are coming together to bring awareness to a surge in hate crimes and racist incidents against Asian-Americans.
    Dozens of volunteers who help feed and provide protective equipment for the elderly in Orange County Asian Community gathered at a fountain in Valley Park, lighting luminaries and praying.
    In Orange County, there’s been a 1,000% increase in hate incidents against Asians.
    “I call on all of us to unite i
  • Senate Votes To Kick Off Marathon Debate Over $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Bill

    Senate Votes To Kick Off Marathon Debate Over $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Bill
    Washington — The Senate voted to proceed to debate over President Biden’s $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package on Thursday, kicking off a flurry of activity aimed at getting a final bill to the president’s desk before several key relief programs expire on March 14.
  • 1 Arrested, 2 Sought In Kidnapping, Shooting In Covina

    1 Arrested, 2 Sought In Kidnapping, Shooting In Covina
    COVINA (CBSLA) – A 20-year-old man was arrested and two others were being sought in connection with a kidnapping and shooting in Covina, police said Thursday.
    The kidnapping was reported on or about Feb. 20, when a woman called police saying she had been kidnapped and shot, said Sgt. Keith Sutherland with the Covina Police Department.
    She was taken to a hospital, and has since recovered, he said.
    Officers early Thursday morning served a search warrant in the 100 block of North Vecino Drive
  • Family Of Marine Corps Veteran Fatally Shot By CHP Officer Files $15M Claim Against State

    Family Of Marine Corps Veteran Fatally Shot By CHP Officer Files $15M Claim Against State
    SAN BERNARDINO (CBSLA) — The family of a man fatally shot last month by California Highway Patrol officers has filed a multi-million dollar claim against the state.
    Charley McMurtry was shot and killed Feb. 5 by a California Highway Patrol officer. His family has filed a $15 million claim against the state. (Family photo)
    “They took him,” Ann McMurtry, the victim’s widow, said. “They took my love, my person, away from me, and I’m totally, totally outraged.&rdq
  • San Bernardino Surpasses 3K Total COVID-19 Deaths, Ventura Nears 900

    San Bernardino Surpasses 3K Total COVID-19 Deaths, Ventura Nears 900
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Riverside, San Bernardino and Ventura counties all reported additional deaths attributed to the novel coronavirus Thursday.
    Riverside County health officials reported 246 newly confirmed COVID-19 cases and 35 additional fatalities, bringing countywide totals to 290,744 cases and 3,884 deaths. Of those who contracted the illness, 277,940 had recovered.
    There were 303 COVID-19 patients hospitalized Thursday, 68 of whom were being treated in intensive care units —
  • Wizards Beat Clippers 119-117 Behind 33 From Beal

    Wizards Beat Clippers 119-117 Behind 33 From Beal
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Bradley Beal scored 33 points and the Washington Wizards pushed ahead with a late run to beat the Los Angeles Clippers 119-117 after All-Star Paul George was a late scratch Thursday night.
    Kawhi Leonard #2 of the Los Angeles Clippers dribbles in front of Garrison Mathews #24 of the Washington Wizards during the second half at Capital One Arena on March 04, 2021 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images)
    Russell Westbrook had 27 points, 11 assists and nine re
  • New COVID Vaccine Site Opening At USC, City Working To Get Doses To Homebound Residents

    New COVID Vaccine Site Opening At USC, City Working To Get Doses To Homebound Residents
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Mayor Eric Garcetti Thursday announced that a new Los Angeles city-run site will open next week at the University of Southern California.
    A new Los Angeles city-run COVID-19 vaccine site will open next week at the University of Southern California, Mayor Eric Garcetti announced Thursday. (Photo by Frederic J. Brown/AFP via Getty Images)
    Garcetti said the University Park campus site, which will open Tuesday, is expected to be able to administer “thousands”
  • New COVID Vaccine Site Opening At USC Campus, City Working To Get Doses To Homebound Residents

    New COVID Vaccine Site Opening At USC Campus, City Working To Get Doses To Homebound Residents
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Mayor Eric Garcetti Thursday announced that a new Los Angeles city-run site will open next week at the University of Southern California.
    A new Los Angeles city-run COVID-19 vaccine site will open next week at the University of Southern California, Mayor Eric Garcetti announced Thursday. (Photo by Frederic J. Brown/AFP via Getty Images)
    Garcetti said the University Park campus site, which will open Tuesday, is expected to be able to administer “thousands”
  • Poll: LA County Crime Victims Feel Criminal Justice System Failed Them

    Poll: LA County Crime Victims Feel Criminal Justice System Failed Them
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – A majority of victims of violent crime in Los Angeles County feel the criminal justice system failed them and that resources should be invested in crime prevention instead of incarceration, according to a poll released Thursday by a nonprofit group.
    Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón, who has drawn fire from the families of some crime victims over a series of directives issued just after he was sworn into office last December and is the target o
  • Orange County Reaches Grim Milestone, Surpasses 4,000 COVID-19 Deaths

    Orange County Reaches Grim Milestone, Surpasses 4,000 COVID-19 Deaths
    SANTA ANA (CBSLA) — Despite continuing good news on COVID-19 statistics, Orange County reached one unfortunate milestone Thursday when its coronavirus death toll surpassed the 4,000 mark.
    On Thursday, the county logged 47 more fatalities bringing the total number of deaths to 4,013 since the pandemic began.
    Of the deaths reported on Thursday, six were skilled nursing facility residents and seven were assisted living facility residents, raising the cumulative in those groups to 963 and 453,
  • Inland Empire Family Busted For Extensive Sex Trafficking Ring

    Inland Empire Family Busted For Extensive Sex Trafficking Ring
    COLTON (CBSLA) – A San Bernardino County family with ties in Mexico, Los Angeles, and San Diego is accused of operating a massive sex trafficking ring through multiple spa and skincare businesses around Southern California.
    Starting in January, detectives received information that sex and labor trafficking were happening at several massage parlors and skincare businesses in Ventura County, according to human trafficking investigators with the Ventura County Sheriff’s Special Cri
  • OC Sheriff’s Employee Suspended In Capitol Riot-Related Investigation

    OC Sheriff’s Employee Suspended In Capitol Riot-Related Investigation
    SANTA ANA (CBSLA) — An Orange County Sheriff’s Department employee has been placed on administrative leave pending an internal investigation after attending the rally that preceded the Capitol riot on Jan. 6.
    According to the department, sheriff’s special officer Monica Alston was placed on administrative leave Jan. 21 after social media posts on the day of the insurrection prompted an internal investigation.
    Sheriff’s special officers are sworn agents who have the same a
  • LA County Reports 2,253 New COVID-19 Cases, 119 Deaths; Residents Urged To Avoid Spring Break Travel

    LA County Reports 2,253 New COVID-19 Cases, 119 Deaths; Residents Urged To Avoid Spring Break Travel
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health Thursday reported 2,253 newly confirmed COVID-19 cases and 119 deaths, bringing countywide totals to 1,198,098 cases and 21,778 deaths.
    Of the new deaths reported, 43 people were over the age of 80, 41 people were between the ages of 65 and 79, 21 people were between the ages of 50 and 64, six people were between the ages of 30 and 49, and one person was between the ages of 18 and 29. Long Beach reported six deaths an
  • Cold Weather Alert Extended For Antelope Valley Through Monday

    Cold Weather Alert Extended For Antelope Valley Through Monday
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – A cold weather alert for the Antelope Valley was extended Thursday to go through Monday due to wind-chill temperatures expected to fall below 32 degrees at night.
    “Children, the elderly, and people with disabilities or special medical needs are especially vulnerable during cold weather,” Los Angeles County Health Officer Dr. Muntu Davis said. “Extra precaution should be taken to ensure they don’t get too cold when they are outside.”
    Davis
  • Loyola Gets Ready For Missouri Valley Conference Tournament With Sights Set On NCAA Tourney Run

    Loyola Gets Ready For Missouri Valley Conference Tournament With Sights Set On NCAA Tourney Run
    CHICAGO (CBS) — The Loyola Ramblers begin the madness part of March Friday morning when they open up Missouri Valley Conference tourney play in St. Louis.
    They shouldn’t have to win the Championship to get into the NCAA Tournament.
    Thanks to one of the best regular seasons in Loyola history, the Ramblers appear to have an at large bid locked up. The MVC regular season champs are projected to be safely in, around a 9 seed.
    They won Arch Madness to get the conference’s automatic
  • Movement Started To Stop Hate Crimes Towards Asians As LA Sees 114% Increase

    Movement Started To Stop Hate Crimes Towards Asians As LA Sees 114% Increase
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – A movement called “Asians With Attitudes” is aimed at uniting all Asians and allies to stand up and fight back against a surge in racism and hate crimes.
    “Most of our people are afraid to say or do anything, which I feel that’s why I had to step in, show the people they’re not alone,” said Sam Bun, a local organization of A.W.A. “I wanted to let them know they’re not alone and give the people some hope.”
    The f
  • CA Updates Face Mask Guidance, Joins CDC In Suggesting Double-Masking

    CA Updates Face Mask Guidance, Joins CDC In Suggesting Double-Masking
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Following the lead of federal health authorities, California officials Thursday urged residents in the Southland and across the state to consider wearing two masks to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
    The California Department of Public Health issued revised guidance on mask-wearing, urging people to wear face coverings that are free of gaps that can allow respiratory droplets to escape.
    Nurse Rosaura Rodriguez wearing a double mask looks on at the entrance to the
  • State Prioritizing COVID Vaccine Distribution To Most Vulnerable Communities

    State Prioritizing COVID Vaccine Distribution To Most Vulnerable Communities
    LA VERNE (CBSLA) — California has announced a new COVID-19 vaccination strategy in an effort to rein in the pandemic and get businesses and schools reopened.
    “I’ve had it myself,” Victor Fernandez, a Baldwin Park resident, said. “I’ve had friends who’ve had it. I’ve lost two coworkers.”
    Fernandez is part of a community that Gov. Gavin Newsom said has been the hardest hit by the pandemic.
    “Over the last year, 55% of those that have teste
  • Woman Shot In Robbery Targeting Owner Of Beverly Hills Jewelry Store

    Woman Shot In Robbery Targeting Owner Of Beverly Hills Jewelry Store
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) –At least one person was hospitalized Thursday in an apparent shooting during a robbery at a Beverly Hills store.
    The shooting was reported just after 2:30 p.m. near the Il Pastaio restaurant at Brighton Way and North Canon Drive.
    CBSLA’s Richard Montanez reports the robbery victim was the co-owner of Tzuri jewelry store.Two shots were fired, one of which struck a nearby woman in the leg.
    Police urged drivers to avoid the area.
  • Shooting Reported In Heart Of Beverly Hills; One Wounded

    Shooting Reported In Heart Of Beverly Hills; One Wounded
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – Beverly Hills police responded Thursday to a reported shooting that left at least one person wounded.
    The shooting was reported just after 2:30 p.m. near the Il Pastaio restaurant at Brighton Way and North Canon Drive.
    No further details were released, but several reports indicated at least one person was hospitalized.
    Police urged drivers to avoid the area.

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