Crowds begin to gather ahead of 133rd Rose ParadeThousands of spectators hoping to secure top notch visibility for the 133rd Rose Parade will start to claim seats along the route on Friday.
CBSNLA: The Rundown (December 31st edition)Here are the latest headlines from local news and weather. Updated twice a day.
Ahead of New Years, LA County Reports Over 20,000 New COVID Cases, More Than Triple Last WeekLos Angeles County health officials reported more than 20,000 new cases on Thursday, more than triple the number of cases reported last week.
Alex Biston’s weather forecast (December 31)Alex Biston takes a look at the latest weather forecast.
4 people assaulted during home invasion in Studio CityFour people in a Studio City home were assaulted by four masked suspects, who fled the scene and are still at large. One of the victims was taken to hospital.
Dodger IF / OF Matt Beaty and his wife provide relief to tornado-devastated Tennessee hometownErica Weston talks with the Beatys about the destruction of Dresden
Several regions of Southland affected by fallout from winter stormsAs winter storms engulfed California, parts of Southland were affected by the fallout, including landslides, mudslides, damaged roads and fallen trees.
LA County Fire Battling Blaze near the US Military Museum in South El MonteA huge fire engulfed an entire building right next to the US Military Museum in South El Monte. A Health HAZMAT team was dispatched to the scene after reporting that there was a potential honey butane lab inside the building.
Deep Sea Rescue Thursday Night at LAXDesmond Shaw of Sky9 reports above LAX where authorities performed a whitewater rescue of a worker trapped in a LAX utility vehicle after it became almost fully submerged in water.
Rose Bowl and Parade organizers require proof of vaccination or negative COVID-19 test from attendeesLaurie Perez reports on steps organizers of the iconic Rose Bowl and Rose Parade are taking to try to prevent the spread of COVID-19 amid increasing escalation, as well as a family honoring their deceased loved one on the Donate Life South Carolina Float.
‘We are experiencing worst of outbreaks right now,’ county health official says of COVID-19Political reporter Tom Wait reports on the Christmas COVID-19 outbreak, with LA County reporting one of its highest daily case rates on record during the pandemic with more than 20,000 new infections.
Snow-dusted mountains after the winter stormThe mountains of southern California were blanketed in snow during the week as two winter storms moved through the area. Wrightwood received nearly 30 inches of snow Wednesday and Thursday, providing ideal conditions for winter sports. However, with the storm, many roads leading to the mountains were also impacted.
Studio City residents assaulted in home theft incident Thursday nightSky9’s Desmond Shaw reports from a Studio City home where four residents were assaulted by four masked suspects in what police now confirm was a home theft. The suspects fled the scene and are still at large.
Four people assaulted by masked attackers in Studio CitySky9’s Desmond Shaw reports above a Studio City home where four people were assaulted by four masked suspects, who then fled the scene. Police and firefighters are on site. One of the victims is taken to hospital in an unknown condition.
Travelers facing delays and cancellations outside of LAXTracking site FlightAware.com reports that LAX airlines recorded 88 cancellations and 514 flight delays on Thursday. Jet Blue also announced that it was cutting nearly 1,300 flights until January 13 due to crew members who contracted COVID-19.
Flooding at Union Station Thursday morningCrews had to evacuate water from Union Station crosswalks Thursday morning after rains flooded some of the walkways, in some cases up to about the ankle.
What Visitors to the Tournament Of Roses Parade Can Expect This YearDavid Eads, Executive Director and CEO of the Tournament of Roses chats with Suzie Suh and Jeff Vaughn about what parade watchers can expect in terms of security protocols and COVID-19.
Governor declares state of emergency for SoCal regionGov. Gavin Newsom on Thursday declared a state of emergency for LA, Orange and San Bernardino counties following damage from severe storms.
CBSNLA: The Rundown (December 30 PM edition)Here are the latest headlines from local news and weather. Updated twice a day.
LAPD reveals name of officer involved in Burlington store shooting that killed 14-year-old girlLos Angeles Police Department officials have released the name of the officer involved in the accidental shooting death of a 14-year-old girl at a North Hollywood Burlington store.
Grapevine’s two branches reopened with CHP EscortCalifornia Highway Patrol opened both sides of Highway 5 from Lebec to Highway 138 after it was closed for much of the day due to snow and icy conditions.
Expert advice on visiting the Big Bear area during snowy winter conditionsEric Dionne, with Caltrans, and Justin Kanton, with Big Bear Mountain Resort, give expert advice on what visitors can expect on the roads and at the resort.
Bond fire burn scars have been lifted in Orange CountyResidents of Orange County are grateful for many reasons as the New Year approaches, most notably the return of a Dana Point landmark – which only appears when it rains – and a bath of Much-needed rain for Southland, which has been in the midst of one of the worst droughts in state history.
As the storm passes, houses marked in yellow and a muddy mess left for some residentsKristine Lazar reports from Encino where some neighboring houses had a yellow tag, the backyard of a Tarzana resident was overrun with mud, and a downed tree temporarily blocked traffic in Panorama City.