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Preparations for the LA Marathon at Dodger StadiumPreparations are nearing completion for the LA Marathon which returns Sunday.
Navy veteran and residents of Arcadia sustained injuries in Astroworld crowd influxLucas Naccarati, a Navy veteran and Arcadia resident, sustained injuries to his shoulder, back and feet while trying to escape the wave of crowds.
Porter Ranch fire extinguished by firefightersLos Angeles Fire Department firefighters extinguished a residential fire at a home in Porter Ranch. Firefighters brought the blaze under control after 25 minutes. No one was hurt.
Rams host first WalkUnitedLA 5KThousands of people took part in a 5 km walk at SOFI Stadium in Inglewood to help break the cycle of poverty.
The United States Capitol Christmas tree stopped on its 3,000-mile journey to Washington DCThe 84-foot-tall white fir comes from the “Six Rivers National Forest” in Northern California.
Court of Appeals stops President Joe Biden’s vaccine requirement for large companiesThe Biden administration’s requirement that businesses with more than 100 employees be vaccinated against COVID-19 has been temporarily suspended by an appeals court.
Demonstration against climate change in AmsterdamThousands of people marched to protest against climate change in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. They joined with many others around the world in demanding action from world leaders.
Rose Parade Preps underway as event returns after year-long hiatusThe annual tradition in Pasadena returns, but float decorators and event planners face a shortage of flowers.
LA marathon preparation, road closuresThe 36th LA Marathon takes place on Sunday, and unlike in previous years, this year’s race will end on the Avenue of the Stars, as opposed to Santa Monica.
LA Vaccine mandate rules in effect, new mandates coming MondayLA COUNTY COVID VACCINE MANDATE IS ALREADY IN EFFECT FOR CUSTOMERS OF MANY DOMESTIC COMPANIES … BUT MONDAY …
Traffic closures this weekendCommuters are expected to change their routes with the Los Angeles Marathon and the construction of the 101 Freeway causing road closures.
Arcadia resident and former sailor recall heartbreaking experience at AstroworldLucas Naccarati, 26, stood in the middle of the crowd, closer to the front of the stage. when the stampede erupted as Travis Scott took the stage.
Texas nurse recalls scenes from Astroworld Crowd SurgeMadeline Eskins, who lives near Houston, said the crowd was so tight she and her boyfriend couldn’t leave their seats. Eskins eventually passed out.
Families of gun violence victims gather to mourn their loved onesFamilies experiencing gun violence gathered to mourn the deaths of loved ones at Grant AME Church in South Los Angeles on Saturday.
Crit Cross Hits So CalThe Crit Cross opening event kicks off at Adams Motorsports Park. It is a one-of-a-kind hybrid cycling race.
8 dead after crowds at Travis Scott’s Astroworld festival in HoustonEight people have died and “dozens of people” are injured after a wave of crowds at the Astroworld music festival in Houston, officials said. Eight people have died and “dozens” are injured after a wave of crowds at the Astroworld music festival in Houston, officials said.
Officials test floats ahead of Rose Parade’s return to Pasadena in January 2022Irwindale officials tested the floats on Saturday for the Tournament of Roses with just eight weeks before the January 1, 2022 event.
Top news you might not have heard of this weekThe best news you might not have heard of this week with Danielle Radin.
Water restrictions in the Simi ValleyIn an effort to combat drought, residents of Simi Valley have new water use restrictions.
Fire tears apart Ventura apartmentsThe fire broke out early Saturday morning. The cause of the fire is still under investigation.
Bear walks around San DimasA bear wandered the backyards of homes in the 300 block of East Baseline Road in San Dimas on Friday night.
Rose Parade float test driveIrwindale officials tested the floats for the Rose Parade on Saturday, with just eight weeks to go. CBSLA Joy Benedict reports.
Winnetka owner furious after police shot dead dog on his propertyKandiss Crone reports from Winnetka where an owner’s dog was shot by LAPD agents who entered the property without asking permission or announcing their intentions.
Fewer people receive COVID-19 booster shots than expected as original vaccine protection wanesSara Donchey reports on new research that shows protection from COVID-19 vaccines may not last as long as expected, and fewer people than expected are receiving the booster shots recommended by the CDC.