Administrators and law enforcement are aware of threats of violence in schools on social networksAfter some social media platforms shared threatening messages claiming attacks would take place at school tomorrow, school districts and law enforcement said they had no credible information about any of the threats.
Inland Empire Christmas tradition draws long linesFor decades, thousands of families have traveled to Rancho Cucamonga from all over Southern California to see the Thoroughbred Lights. However, the crowd may have grown too big for this neighborhood.
“Firefighters for Freedom” challenges city’s vaccine mandate in courtJohn Knox and the rest of the “Firefighters For Freedom” have filed a lawsuit against the city and its vaccination mandate. Their day in court is next Monday when a state judge is due to hear the case.
Health officials expect winter increase as hospitalization rate rises in Los Angeles, Ventura and Riverside countiesSara Donchey reports the surge in hospitalizations and infection rates linked to COVID-19 as the winter months approach and people are planning to congregate during the holiday season. Some health officials fear that understaffed hospitals will again be overwhelmed.
Arrest in suspected street racing accident that claimed the life of a probation officerRick Montanez reports from Fontana where the family of Mariesha Collins mourns after the juvenile probation officer, who was in the process of purchasing gift cards for children whose parents are incarcerated, was punched and killed in an incident alleged street racing. Police made an arrest in this case.
Actor Chris Noth accused of sexual assault by two womenThe LAPD said it was investigating allegations that Chris Noth sexually assaulted two women, a story that broke in The Hollywood Reporter.
Caltrans closed section of State Route 39 due to landslideCaltrans closed a section of State Route 39 above Azusa and Glendora due to a landslide. The landslide occurred at Post Mile 30, according to Caltrans, who closed the road, also known as San Gabriel Canyon Road, from East Fork Road to Post Mile 25.7 to Crystal Lake Road.
Parole officer Aariel Maynor pleads not guilty to murder of philanthropist Jacqueline AvantAariel Maynor pleaded not guilty Thursday to murder and other counts in the shooting death of philanthropist Jacqueline Avant.
LA Verne residents push back on proposed accommodation for violent juvenile offenders at nearby county facilityKandiss Crone reports from La Verne where residents are expressing concern over a proposal that could potentially place violent juvenile offenders in nearby detention centers that currently house low level juvenile offenders.
Tips for driving in ice and snow conditionsCaltrans public information officer Marc Bischoff preaches patience for drivers heading to the mountains for the holidays.
New rules for the rose paradeTournament of Roses is releasing new rules for the annual Rose Parade as cases of COVID-19 increase.
CBSNLA: The Rundown (December 16 edition)Here are the latest headlines from local news and weather. Updated twice a day.
Exclusive: Del Rey residents along Ballona Creek are frustrated with the city and county over the growth of the homeless campKristine Lazar reports from Del Rey where a group of residents who live along Ballona Creek say something needs to be done about a growing homeless settlement. In order to force the city and county officials to act, they began to film the area for hours and hours.
Rain returns briefly to the LA area, winds should followTwo days after a major storm drenched much of Southland, more raindrops began to fall in the area on Thursday afternoon.
LA County tightens rules for mega-events amid rising COVID numbersLos Angeles County health officials on Thursday announced new rules for those attending big events in a bid to tackle the increase in COVID cases.
The oil chandelier floating off Huntington BeachMichele Gile reports from Huntington Beach where authorities discovered an oil shard floating off the coast, just over two months after another large oil spill in the same area.
Oil reflections spotted off the coast of Huntington BeachThe teams are trying to determine where this last burst of oil came from.
Millions of people will be leaving LAX for the holidaysHeath Montgomery, director of public relations at LAX, details the dos and don’ts of flying this holiday season.
Tentative agreement reached to resume household garbage services in Orange CountyTeamsters Local 396 announced a deal that could resume garbage collection in Anaheim and Huntington Beach as early as tomorrow
3 men arrested in the death of Christy Giles and Hilda Marcela Cabrales-ArzolaThe three men were arrested on Wednesday by the LAPD-FBI Fugitive Task Force. David Pearce, 37, was arrested on suspicion of manslaughter, while Michael Ansbach, 47, and Brandt Osborn, 42, were both arrested for complicity in manslaughter, police said.
The rush for vacation travel starts early at LAXLAX says they are planning four days of peak travel – December 17, 19, 26 and January 2. Tina Patel reports.
Comic Con Revolution arrives at the Ontario Convention CenterHeroes, villains, artists, writers and cosplayers will be heading to the Inland Empire this weekend for Comic Con Revolution. Co-owner Drew Seldin spoke with CBSLA and let us know what to expect!
CHiPs for Kids Toy Drive Event: 12/17Join Suzie Suh, CBSLA and CHP as we collect new, unwrapped toys for children and teens in need. We will be at Walgreens in Thousand Oaks from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. This is our last live event, so if you can’t attend, remember you can also donate by texting TOYS at 76278.
Alex Biston’s weather forecast (December 16)A maximum of 58 for the beaches and 56 for the valleys on Thursday.