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The Rundown (Dec. 13)The latest news, weather and sports with Hermela Aregawi.
SuperShuttle To End Service At LAX Dec. 31There will soon be one less choice for people to get to and from Los Angeles International Airport as SuperShuttle said Thursday it would end service to the airport Dec. 31.
CHP Surprises Army Vet Whose Vehicle Was Stolen Before She Left For An Overseas AssignmentAn Orange County Army sergeant was all packed and ready to head back overseas on assignment when a thief jumped into her vehicle parked in the driveway and fled.
Suspected Illegal Pot Dispensary In Palms Raided By Police, 6 People CitedPolice swarmed a suspected illegal pot dispensary in a dramatic raid in Palms Thursday afternoon detaining dozens.
FCC Approves Proposal For 3-Digit Suicide Prevention Hotline NumberA new three-digit number is being pushed for the suicide prevention hotline with the goal of making it easier for people to get help and reduce the stigma associated with mental health.
CBSLA: The Rundown (Dec. 12)A fire station in Pacific Palisades was the scene of a hit-and-run. The U.S. Senate defies President Trump by unanimously passing a resolution formally recognizing the Armenian Genocide. Facebook is spending $130 million on an oversight board.
Panel Of Scientists Says Using Cannabis During Pregnancy Poses RiskOn Wednesday, the state's Developmental and Reproductive Toxicant Identification Committee voted to label THC as developmentally toxic. The panel of scientists based their decision on studies that link cannabis to low birth weight, early deliveries, infant mortality or cognitive and health problems with children.
New Program Lets Customers 'Rent' A Dog For A HikeRescue dogs are getting some time in the great outdoors thanks to a new Airbnb program.
LA Sues FAA Over Noise Complaints Sparked By New Flight Patterns Out Of Burbank AirportL.A. City Attorney Mike Feuer announced that the lawsuit, filed in U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, calls for the FAA to revert planes departing Burbank Airport back to their old flight patterns.
LA Councilman Praises Senate Resolution To Formally Recognize Armenian GenocideThe U.S. Senate on Thursday passed a resolution formally recognizing the mass killings of Armenians from 1915 to 1923 as genocide, a move the Turkish government has long opposed.
Man Surrenders In Standoff At Military Housing Unit Near Seal Beach Naval BaseA barricade situation ended without incident Thursday near a United States naval base in Seal Beach.
The Rundown (Dec. 12)The latest news, weather and sports with Hermela Aregawi.
Thieves No Match For Downey 9-Year-Old's Christmas SpiritA home in Downey, decked out for the holidays, has been visited by thieves not once, but twice. But even they are no match for the Christmas spirit of one 9-year-old boy.
Student Expelled From Orange County Catholic High School After Posting Racist VideoA student at Santa Margarita Catholic High School was expelled after posting a racist video to social media app Snapchat.
Search Continues For Missing Irvine Hiker On Mount Baldy As Friends, Family Hold VigilThe search for Mokkapati continued Wednesday despite challenges including a low number of rescue volunteers and rough ice and snow conditions.
Police Searching For Driver Who Fatally Struck Man Crossing Street In South Los AngelesPolice were searching Wednesday for a driver who fatally struck a 47-year-old man in South Los Angeles and drove away.
Newly Released Surveillance Video Suggests Shooters Targeted Kosher MarketJersey City Mayor Steven Fulop called the shooting at a kosher market a targeted attack and a hate crime, while authorities said they would hold a news conference Thursday about the shooting.
CBSLA: The Rundown (Dec. 11)A man who randomly attacked two people in Hesperia was shot and killed by deputies. UC schools are being sued for requiring incoming students to take the SAT and ACT. Long Beach's new $1.47 billion bridge is nearly built.
San Bernardino Deputies Fatally Shoot Suspect Armed With Baseball Bat In HesperiaDeputies with the San Bernardino Sheriff's Department fatally shot a suspect who they said was armed with a baseball bat.
Harvey Weinstein, Former Studio Reach Tentative $25M Settlement Deal With Alleged VictimsAccording to the New York Times, the deal would bring an end to nearly every assault lawsuit filed against Weinstein and his now-bankrupt The Weinstein Company.
LA County Sheriff's Deputy Palanca Still Fighting For Her LifeHundreds from the Southern California law enforcement community gathered Wednesday to support Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Deputy Dakota Palanca’s recovery efforts.
Police Investigating After Multiple-Car Crash In Exposition ParkPolice were called to the area of Halldale Avenue and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard in Exposition Park for reports of a woman who was found unconscious and not breathing.
CHiPs For Kids: Batman, Catwoman, and Harley QuinnBatman, Catwoman, and Harley Quinn left Gotham Wednesday afternoon and headed to the annual CHiPs For Kids toy drive with Stu Mundel.
CHiPs For Kids: WalmartCBSLA's Sara Donchey, Chris Holmstrom, and Stu Mundel were at the Riverside Metro Auto Group and joined by Walmart who donated bikes during the annual CHiPs For Kids toy drive.