From farm to table, Worldwide Produce prides itself on quality and service and is looking to fill 50 positions.
Who's Hiring: Worldwide ProduceFrom farm to table, Worldwide Produce prides itself on quality and service and is looking to fill 50 positions.
Who's Hiring: BonduelleBonduelle, a company that has been delivering fresh and healthy products for the last 170 years, is looking to fill nearly 200 roles.
Who's Hiring: Lincoln Military HousingLincoln Military Housing, a real estate development and management company based in Oceanside, is looking to fill more than 50 roles.
Who's Hiring: Children's BureauThe Children's Bureau is looking to fill 20 positions with people who want to help vulnerable communities
Who's Hiring: USPSPositions range from career to non-career and all come with at least partial benefits.
Who's Hiring: Pepsi Co.Pepsi is hiring about 50 open roles across the Southland.
Orange County Registrar To Conduct Routine Audit Of Election Results FridayThe Orange County Registrar of Voters on Friday will begin what it calls a routine audit of the election results to ensure there were no serious errors in the validity of the count. Kara Finnstrom reports.
Who's Hiring: CVS HealthCVS Health is driven to help people get back on the path to better health and right now they have more than 15,000 available jobs.
Who's Hiring: Home DepotLooking to build a new career, Home Depot is looking to fill approximately 600 positions in the Los Angeles area.
Salute to Service: James Collins is One of a KindFormer Naval officer James Collins had a dream of becoming a professional athletic trainer. The NFL & Chargers have helped him live that dream for over 30 years now. Chris Hayre visits with the Chargers' Salute to Service nominee to talk about his fully accomplished career and the influence he's had on others
Presidential Race Still Too Close To Call Thursday MorningThe presidential race was still too close to call Thursday morning with several battleground states still not projected.
Presidential Election Results Remain Unclear Wednesday MorningThe results of the presidential election remained unclear Wednesday morning with several states too close to call.
Unofficial Vote Center Under Investigation In WestminsterThe Orange County Registrar's Office is investigating potential election interference after a video surfaced on social media showing what appeared to be a group of people with a box of discarded ballots on Election Day. Joy Benedict reports.
Ballot Counting Continues In LA CountyThere are still thousands of ballots which need to be counted in Los Angeles County Wednesday. Kara Finnstrom reports.
Election Day Home Run At Dodger StadiumElection Day ran fairly smoothly at Dodger Stadium, one of LA County's super vote centers.
LA County Voters Turn To Neighborhood Polling Sites On Election DayWhile many turned to the super vote centers to cast their ballots, plenty of LA County voters visited their neighborhood polling locations instead.
Calif. Sec. Of State Alex Padilla Speaks To CBS2 On Election DayCalifornia Secretary of State Alex Padilla speaks To CBS2 News This Morning on Election Day.
Expert Speaks About Managing Election Day StressDr. Rachel Busman, the senior director for the Anxiety Disorders Center, speaks to CBS2 News This Morning about managing stress during the election.
LA County Voter Turnout Already Hits Staggering 55% As Election Day DawnsMore than 3.1 million Los Angeles County voters have already cast early ballots as Election Day arrived Tuesday. Kara Finnstrom and Tina Patel report.
Voters Pack Centers To Cast Ballots On The Last Night Of Early VotingMore than 2.9 million Angelenos have already cast their ballots in the general election, officials reported Sunday night. Lesley Marin reports.
Candidates Make Final Pushes Ahead Of Election DayOn Election Eve, 97 million Americans have already voted in the 2020 election. Tom Wait reports.
Over 2.9M Ballots Cast In LA County So FarMore than 2.9 million Angelenos have already cast their ballots in the general election, officials reported Sunday night.
'Horrified We Have To Go Through This': Businesses Board Up Ahead Of Potential Election UnrestLike officials, residents and even the candidates themselves, local businesses are taking unprecedented measures to prepare for Election Day. Laurie Perez reports.
Dodger Stadium, Hollywood Pantages Among Several LA Landmarks Opening As Vote Centers FridayIconic landmarks across Los Angeles County opened their doors Friday to serve as vote centers where thousands of Angelenos will be able to cast their ballots. Kara Finnstrom reports.