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Man with knife shot dead by police in Hollywood on SaturdayLaurie Perez reports from Hollywood where a man with a knife was shot dead by police near the crowded intersection of Hollywood and Highland Boulevards. A tourist captured video of the events as they unfold.
More than 120,000 gallons of crude oil from offshore rig spilled into water off OC coast, officials say, expect closuresKandiss Crone reports from Huntington Beach on the latest developments in the oil spill, which the U.S. Coast Guard said was about three miles from Newport Beach and 13 square miles when it was first spotted on Saturday.
Boys in Blue: Jaime JarrinLegendary broadcaster Jaime Jarrin – who has been the Spanish voice of the Dodgers since 1959 – has announced that next season will be his last. In 1998, it became the second Spanish-language broadcaster to receive the Ford C. Frick Award from the Baseball Hall of Fame. As Hispanic Heritage Month continues, our Jim Hill caught up with Jarrin for this week’s edition of Boys in Blue.
Family members hold vigil in Lucerne Valley in honor of three girls killed in hit and runFamily members held a vigil and demanded justice for the three young girls killed by a hit-and-run driver in June.
An oil slick off the OC coast is expected to land at some point on Saturday eveningKandiss Crone reports from Huntington Beach where authorities are preparing for a 13-mile-long oil slick off the OC coast that will land on Saturday night. Officials say residents should expect water closures to prevent going into the ocean.
Suspicious teenager arrested for alleged sexual assault of 2 young girlsA 13-year-old boy is accused of sexually assaulting a 12 and 13-year-old girl at two different apartment complexes in Chino. Two other teenage girls have also come forward and the police are investigating.
Community reconnects at Echo ParkAbout six months after authorities evacuated homeless settlements in Echo Park, organizers brought people back to the park to reconnect and highlight the fact that the homelessness crisis is not over.
Women’s marches for reproductive rights take place across Southland and nationJake Reiner reports from downtown LA where crowds gathered to hear speakers and protest for women’s reproductive rights, as part of a nationwide series of protests against the near-total ban on abortion in Texas.
Hundreds of people support IATSE members in union battlePeople showed up at IATSE union parking lots on Saturday to show their support for IATSE members who are voting this weekend on whether to strike.
Vigil organized for three girls killed in a hit-and-run in the Lucerne ValleyCBS 2 reporter Rick Montanez reports on the vigil held in the Lucerne Valley for three girls killed by a driver, along with another severely hardened girl.
Filming involving an officer in Hollywood on SaturdayLaurie Perez reports from Hollywood where a female victim was stabbed earlier on Saturday but was able to signal police to come down and direct them to a male suspect who was later involved in a shootout with police.
Grass fire in Lincoln Heights spreads to 3 homesIt took firefighters about an hour to bring down the flames of a grass fire that spread to and damaged three homes in Lincoln Heights on Saturday.
Oil spill off the coast of Orange CountyU.S. Coast Guard and California state officials are responding to a 13-mile-long oil spill just three miles off the coast of Newport Beach.
Women’s marches for reproductive rights take place in SouthlandThousands of people took to the streets of downtown Los Angeles and other parts of Southland on Saturday to support reproductive rights, as part of a nationwide series of protests against the near total ban on abortion in Texas.
DUI suspect arrested in fatal North Hollywood crashA driver suspected of being under the influence was arrested in North Hollywood on Friday night after one person was killed and two were taken to hospital.
Albert Pujols talks about MLB journey, Dodgers World Series aspirations and potential retirementWith only a few games remaining in the regular season, Albert Pujols joins CBS2’s Jim Hill to discuss his MLB journey, the Dodgers’ World Series aspirations and his potential post-season retirement.
Police arrest suspect attempting to burn down his residence, LAFD burns downPolice were able to place the suspect, who they believed may have been under the influence of alcohol, in custody and firefighters moved on to an offensive fire attack.
Pacific Airshow returns to Huntington Beach after a year-long hiatusParatroopers lit up the night sky over Huntington Beach as Sammy Hagar performed in front of thousands at a special concert to kick off the weekend at the Pacific Airshow.
President Joe Biden’s infrastructure bill still in limbo as Democrats continue negotiationsTom Wait reports on the latest developments on President Joe Biden’s infrastructure bill, which brought the president to Capitol Hill on Friday to rally Democrats.
Hundreds of people gather in Corona to remember the victims of the Route 91 Harvest music festivalOn Friday night, residents of the town of Corona gathered to honor the victims of the Route 91 Harvest music festival on October 1, 2017. Nicole Comstock reports.
Governor Newsom issues mandate for nation’s first vaccine for all schoolchildrenSara Donchey reports on Governor Gavin Newsom’s new vaccine mandate that covers all elementary to high school students once the vaccine has been approved by the FDA.
30-year-old child and woman taken to hospital after officer shoots in south Los AngelesDesmond Shaw reports in Sky9 on the latest developments in a shootout involving a South LA officer.
Short interview of Albert Pujols with Jim HillWith only a few games remaining in the regular season, Albert Pujols joins CBS2’s Jim Hill to discuss his MLB journey, the Dodgers’ World Series aspirations and his impending post-season retirement.
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