According to the Associated Press, Garcia held a slim 400 vote lead over Smith with 86.82% of precincts reporting. It was not immediately clear how many ballots had not yet been processed Friday.
GSA Tells Biden Team They Can Begin Formal Transition ProcessThe General Services Administration has told President-elect Joe Biden they're ready to start the formal transition process, allowing Mr. Biden access to key funding, office space, classified intelligence briefings and agency access, according to a letter obtained by CBS News.
Teacher Of The Week: Beverly GlassThe Los Angeles Chargers, CBS2/KCAL9 and LAUSD congratulate Beverly Glass from Hancock Park Elementary School!
Phil Rosenthal On Netflix's "Somebody Feed Phil" & "Everybody Loves Raymond"The host and producer talks with CBS Local's DJ Sixsmith about the new season of his Netflix food show Somebody Feed Phil, producing a smash hit in Everybody Loves Raymond and being on Curb Your Enthusiam.
Man Arrested For Allegedly Shooting At Hemet Police OfficerRobert Moran, 20, allegedly shot at a police officer who was investigating a report of shooting in the area. DeMarco Morgan reports.
Turkey Giveaways Held In Echo Park, InglewoodTurkey giveaway were held for hundreds of families in need in Echo Park and Inglewood Monday.
Danielle Gersh's Weather Forecast (Nov. 23)A high of 61 for the beaches and 70 for the valleys Monday.
USC Researchers Seek Volunteers For COVID Vaccine TrialDr. Saahir Khan speaks to CBS2 News This Morning about a USC coronavirus vaccine clinical trial that is seeking volunteers.
200,000th Fruit Tree Planted In Los AngelesThe vitafusion Fruit Tree Project has been planting fruit trees throughout Los Angeles. DeMarco Morgan and Suzanne Marques report.
Glenn Gordon Caron On Season 5 Of CBS's "Bull"The executive producer of "Bull" on CBS discusses season five of the hit series, filming during COVID-19 and working with Michael Weatherly.
Desert Hot Springs Man Arrested In Death Of Girlfriend's SonPolice say Santos Rodriguez admitted to losing his temper and stomping on the boy's head. DeMarco Morgan reports.
New Dining Restrictions To Take Effect For LA County WednesdayStarting Wednesday, all Los Angeles County restaurants and bars will have to shutter their outdoor dining operations. Tina Patel reports.
Pedestrian Killed In 5 Freeway CrashThe Arleta-area crash blocked several lanes of traffic during the investigation and cleanup. Suzanne Marques reports.
Orange County Offering Grants To 1,000 Struggling RestaurantsOrange County restaurants struggling because of the new overnight curfew order are now eligible for new grant money.
Pedestrian Struck, Killed On 5 Freeway In ArletaA pedestrian was struck and killed on the 5 Freeway in Arleta early Monday morning.
Police Use Flash Bangs To End Barricade In South LAA man was taken into custody after barricading himself in a car in South Los Angeles early Monday morning.
Community Remembering Life Of 15-Year-Old Carl Jackson After Shooting DeathLesley Marin reports.
No Injuries After Second-Alarm Commercial Fire In El MonteA second-alarm fire burned for about two hours at an El Monte commercial building Sunday night, prompting several evacuations.
In-Person Dining At Restaurants, Other Establishments To Be Prohibited Under Modified LA County Public Health OrderDining out at restaurants, breweries, wineries and bars will be restricted starting on Wednesday, November 25 under a modified public health order in Los Angeles County as coronavirus cases continue to increase. Laurie Perez reports.
'It Just Hurts So Bad': Community Mourns Drive-By Shooting Death Of Honor Roll Teen Carl Jackson Jr.Carl Jackson Jr., who was on the honor roll, had no gang affiliation and was just heading home on his bike when someone in a nearby vehicle opened fire on him, his family said. Lesley Marin reports.
Former Music Student Of Intubated, Violin-Playing Coronavirus Patient Speaks OutA Southern California connection to a Utah man who played the violin to thank his medical team while intubated in the hospital due to coronavirus. Amy Johnson has the story.
Many Still Heading Out Of Town For Thanksgiving Despite Rising COVID-19 CasesAt Los Angeles International Airport, lines were continuing to form as many were headed home for the holiday. But travel was not what would be expected during what's normally one of the busiest travel times of the year. Joy Benedict reports.
Clothing Store Owners Concerned About Their Business Because Of More Possible COVID-19 ShutdownsOne of the industries that have taken a huge hit during this pandemic is retail, and some locally-owned clothing store owners say if there’s another Safer at Home order, they may go out of business for good. Brittney Hopper reports.
LA County Health Order: No More Dining Out Starting WednesdayDining out at restaurants, breweries, wineries and bars will be restricted starting on Wednesday, November 25 under a modified public health order in Los Angeles County as coronavirus cases continue to increase.
Anthony Lara - From Paralympics to CoachingFormer Paralympic star Anthony Lara uses wheelchair tennis to help kids find their confidence.