According to USGS, the quake struck about 2.49 miles north of El Segundo at a depth of about 7 miles and was initially reported as a 3.4 magnitude temblor before being downgraded to a 3.2 magnitude.
Scorching Heat, Strong Winds Brings Elevated Wildfire Risk To LA RegionGusty winds coupled with high temperatures will bring about dangerous wildfire conditions across the Southland Monday through Thursday.
Wild Pursuit With Reportedly Armed Suspect Ends After Car Spins Out Of Control, Slams Into Big RigAuthorities were in pursuit of an allegedly aggressive suspect with a gun in the South LA area. A suspect was taken into custody.
LAPD Officers Respond To Shooting Investigation In Macarthur ParkIt happened at S. Hoover Street and Beverly Boulevard around 10 p.m. Monday. At one point about 75 people were at the scene.
'People On This Block Are Hurting': More Allegations Pinned On LAPD In Aftermath Of South LA Fireworks ExplosionThe aftermath of a blast that rocked a South Los Angeles neighborhood in June continues to be felt as the families of two people who recently died say the explosion contributed to the deaths. Rick Montanez reports.
Travelers Stranded At LAX After Spirit Airlines Flights Are CanceledSpirit Airlines canceled 40% of its flights today. Frustrated travelers are speaking out. Jake Reiner reports.
LAPD Officer Becky Strong Dies From COVID ComplicationsA Los Angeles police officer died on Monday morning from coronavirus complications. Police Officer II Becky V. Strong was with the LAPD's South Traffic Division.
LA County COVID-19 Hospitalizations Nearly Quadruple In One MonthFive deaths and 2,361 new cases of COVID-19 were reported by Los Angeles County Monday, and the number of people hospitalized with the virus has nearly quadrupled since last month.
Spirit Airlines Cancels 250-Plus Flights NationwideSpirit says the delays and cancelations were caused by a series of weather and operational problems. Jake Reiner reports.
Chargers Training Camp - First Day in PadsThe Chargers strapped on pads for the first time this training camp on Monday, and, of course, that means the intensity went up a notch as well. The first game of the preseason for the Chargers is August 14th against the Rams, with pre and postgame coverage on CBS2
Face Masks Mandatory At City Facilities In RiversideFace masks are now mandatory at city facilities in Riverside.
Kaiser Permanente Mandates COVID-19 Vaccination for All Employees And PhysiciansKaiser Permanente announced Monday it will require COVID-19 vaccines for all its employees and physicians.
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Pediatricians Concerned About Rising COVID Infections Among Children In Orange CountyDoctors in Orange County are concerned after seeing an increase in COVID infections in children. Pediatricians said they have seen a noticeable spike in COVID cases in kids over the past month.
Mental Health Monday: Musicians' Mental HealthFor live performers, last month's loosening of COVID restrictions was supposed to be the start of a new beginning. But now, as levels rise again, so has tension and uncertainty.
Osteria La Buca Joins Other LA Restaurants In Requiring Proof Of VaccinationBeginning Monday, Osteria La Buca restaurants are requiring diners to provide proof that they are vaccinated against COVID-19.
Spirit Airlines Flight CancellationsStemming from a problem that began over the weekend, hundreds of Spirit Airlines flights were canceled nationwide Monday, leading to issues with dozens of arrivals at Los Angeles International Airport.
'People On This Block Are Hurting': More Accusations Pinned On LAPD In Aftermath Of South LA Fireworks ExplosionThe aftermath of a blast that rocked a South Los Angeles neighborhood in June continues to be felt as the families of two people who recently died say the explosion was the cause. Hermela Aregawi reports.
Firefighters Warn Of Fire Danger In Southern CaliforniaFirefighters are urging people to use caution as dangerous fire weather comes into Southern California.
Harvard-Westlake To Require Students, Staff To Be Fully Vaccinated Against COVID-19Harvard-Westlake School will require all students and staff to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 when they return to campus. Katie Johnston reports.
Boy, 6, Killed In South LA CrashA 6-year-old boy was struck and killed in a crash in South Los Angeles Monday morning.
Team Of High Schoolers Build Wheelchair Stroller So Impaired Dad Can Walk His Newborn SonA father with impaired mobility can safely take his newborn son for a stroll thanks to some innovative high school students in Maryland. Katie Johnston reports.
Thousands Of Students In San Bernardino City Unified Return To In-Person ClassesAbout 47,000 students in the San Bernardino Unified School District returned to in-person learning on campuses for the first time since March of 2020. Kara Finnstrom reports.
Man Struck, Killed By Hit-Run Driver In Santa MonicaAuthorities are searching for a driver who struck and killed a man in Santa Monica early Monday morning.
Triple-Digit Temps, Strong Winds Brings Elevated Wildfire Risk To LA RegionGusty winds coupled with high temperatures will bring about dangerous wildfire conditions across the Southland Monday through Thursday. Joy Benedict reports.