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The LA Convention Center hosts the 23rd Black College ExpoThe 23rd annual Black College Expo was held Saturday at the LA Convention Center, where hundreds of aspiring students, or transfer students, are admitted to a historically black college or university.
What is happening with the crisis in Ukraine? A history teacher explainsAndrew Jenks, professor of history at Cal State University Long Beach, joined the studio to discuss the current dilemma that worries the world – the Russian threat to invade Ukraine – and what it means here in California.
Man killed in multi-vehicle crash on Highway 405A man was killed Saturday in a multi-vehicle crash on the 405 Freeway. The incident involved a tractor-trailer and at least three other vehicles.
The Norwalk family are in shock after their grandfather is killed in a shooting involving a deputyPedro Lopez was killed Thursday when a shooting involving a deputy broke out outside his home. Now the family of the innocent bystander are left with more questions than answers.
Earl Woods Fellow: Chiamaka “Chia” ObiloChia Obilo, recipient of the Earl Woods Scholarship that golf legend Tiger Woods created in honor of his father, is preparing for medical school through her hard work and willingness to help others.
Jim Hill, Golf Pro Aimee Cho, Discusses Genesis Invitational, Tiger WoodsCBSLA athletic director Jim Hill and golf pro Aimee Cho discuss current PGA TOUR players’ respect for golfing legend Tiger Woods.
Weekend weather forecastCBSLA’s Alex Biston shows you the weekend weather forecast.
Tension rises in Ukraine as Russia threatens invasionOn Friday, President Biden said the United States had reason to believe Russian President Vladimir Putin had made the decision to invade Ukraine.
A vehicle hits an electricity pole and causes a fireSky2 was at the scene of a crash in downtown Los Angeles. A vehicle hit a utility pole which started a fire.
Authorities respond to small fire in Downey areaSky2s’ Desmond Shaw was above what appeared to be a bonfire on the side of the 605 freeway in Downey. Before the arrival of the firefighters, the fire was surrounded by nearly a dozen people who dispersed when the authorities arrived.
3 people hospitalized after suspected impaired crash in PasadenaSky9’s Desmond Shaw was at the scene of a suspected impaired crash which sent three people to hospital in an unknown condition.
Check this out: San Fernando Valley Insurance Auction CourtSky9’s Desmond Shaw takes a look at a massive insurance auction yard housing thousands upon thousands of cars in the San Fernando Valley.
Anaheim cracks down on unauthorized food trucksIn an effort to clear the streets of illegal food vendors, the city of Anaheim has begun cracking down on street vendors in the area.
Pasadena uses technology and human contact to curb rising gun violenceNicole Comstock reports from Pasadena where the city has deployed gunshot-tracking technology to identify gunshots and hired a pastor and ex-gang members to try to defuse disputes before they happen.
UCLA study predicts Southern California could see massive increase in firesA new study from the University of California, Los Angeles has suggested that dry, windy weather could cause a massive increase in wildfires battering Southern California.
Jose Rangel, a South Los Angeles street vendor remembered after being killed by a driver in a stolen Amazon truckLesley Marin reports from South LA where a street vendor, Jose Rangel, was killed Thursday after a man who stole an Amazon Prime truck crashed into a building.
Tension rises in Ukraine as Russia threatens invasionPolitical journalist Tom Wait reflects on rising tensions in Ukraine, as President Biden says he believes Russia intends to invade the country.
Kim Kardashian’s offer for an expedited divorce turned down by YeThe growing divorce drama between Kim Kardashian and Ye – the rapper formerly known as Kanye West – took another legal turn this week, with Ye filing court papers opposing the fashion mogul’s request and reality TV to have their separation finalized by a judge.
LAUSD drops outdoor mask mandateThe Los Angeles Unified School District will no longer require staff or students to wear masks outside, starting Tuesday on all campuses in the district. The move was announced by new superintendent Alberto Carvalho on Friday.
Second-alarm fire tears through abandoned restaurant in Thousand OaksVentura County firefighters were at the scene of a second alarm fire in Thousand Oaks Friday night, as an abandoned restaurant was engulfed in flames. No injuries have yet been reported.
A health expert clears the air on what endemic meansDr. Angelique Campen, emergency physician and Providence St. Joseph in Burbank, joined the studio to discuss the difference between endemic and pandemic, and how Americans can continue to adapt to the coronavirus as it affects our lives over time. years.
Former OC prosecutor alleges DA Todd Spitzer raised race as issue in death penalty caseMichele Gile reports from Orange County where a former prosecutor recently accused prosecutor-elect Todd Spitzer of raising race as an issue in a death penalty case.
CBSLA.com: The Rundown (February 18 edition)Here are the latest local news and weather headlines. Updated twice a day.
Gab Song is recovering from his family and friends after spending two nights in natureMissing hiker Gab Song was found safely on Thursday, and now, after two nights battling the odds and the elements, he is recovering among many family members and friends who joined search parties in the hope to find him.