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Family of man killed in impaired driving accident Outraged driver spent only week in jailRiverside woman spent just seven days in jail after being convicted of a death that occurred while driving under the influence, and now the victim’s family have said the criminal justice system failed them .

Pasadena considers technology to help law enforcement detect gunfireIn response to the increase in gun violence in Pasadena, city officials are considering using technology that detects gunfire in real time.

LA County Reports 5 New Deaths From COVID-19; Hospitalizations are maintainedThe number of COVID-19 positive hospital patients in Los Angeles County remained broadly stable on Monday, increasing by one, while the county reported just five new deaths related to the virus.

Sempra and SoCalGas to pay up to $ 1.8 billion for Aliso Canyon gas blowoutA settlement was reached on Monday in the years-long battle over the Aliso Canyon storage facility that leaked natural gas from 2015.

Person seriously injured by school security guardOne person was taken to hospital in critical condition Monday after a school security guard fired his gun in Long Beach.

Some California residents risk losing fire insurance after moratorium protecting them expiresThousands of California residents could lose their fire insurance and face sky-high premiums after the recent expiration of a state moratorium that protected them.

CBSNLA: The Rundown (September 27 edition)Here are the latest headlines from local news and weather. Updated twice a day.

Mental Health Monday: How Moms Deal With Stress When Working From HomeChris Holmstrom of CBSLA examines how some mothers deal with the stress of working from home while caring for a child.

Man without local housing creates wall of bicycles in KoreatownA large wall of bicycles created by a local homeless man opens a window to the growing number of people living on the 4th Street sidewalk in Koreatown since the start of the pandemic.

Sempra and SoCalGas to pay up to $ 1.8 billion for Aliso Canyon gas blowoutThe Aliso Canyon eruption in October 2015 remains the largest natural gas leak in US history.

Long Beach law enforcement shooting under investigationLong Beach Police Department units are investigating a shooting involving law enforcement in the Palo Verde Avenue and East Spring Street area, although it is not known which agency was involved, according to one. representative of the department.

Sempra and SoCalGas to pay up to $ 1.8 billion for Aliso Canyon gas blowoutA settlement was reached on Monday in the years-long battle over the Aliso Canyon storage facility that leaked natural gas from 2015.

Joseph Jimenez pleads not guilty for insanity in Corona cinema double murderJoseph Jimenez, the suspect accused of the murders of Rylee Goodrich and Anthony Barajas at a Corona cinema, pleaded not guilty on Monday by reason of insanity.

‘I’m ready’: Rep. Karen Bass runs for mayor of LARep. Karen Bass made it official on Monday – she’s running for mayor in Los Angeles.

Woman dies, 2 children injured in electric bike accident on San Juan Capistrano trailA 36-year-old woman has died and two children were injured in an electric bicycle crash on a trail in San Juan Capistrano Saturday night.

21 kilos of carfentanil, an elephant tranquilizer 10,000 times more potent than morphine, seized from PerrisAn alarming load of drugs commonly used as tranquilizers for elephants and other large animals has been seized from a house in Perris, and a couple are now facing multiple drug charges in the case. Katie Johnston reports.

Hart High School investigates scribbled threat in campus washroomAuthorities are investigating a threat to Hart High School in Santa Clarita that was written in the campus washroom.

Amber Lee’s weather forecast (September 27)A maximum of 68 for the beaches and 78 for the valleys on Monday.

Rep. Karen Bass runs for Mayor of LAThe MP formalized her candidacy on Monday morning. Suzanne Marques reports.

Vandenberg launches 2,000th rocket on MondaySouthern Californians may have spotted an orange streak when they looked at the sky Monday morning.

Woman dies, 2 children injured in electric bike accident on San Juan Capistrano trailA 36-year-old woman has died and two children were injured in an electric bicycle crash on a trail in San Juan Capistrano Saturday night. Katie Johnston reports.

Support grows for behind-the-scenes workers in the entertainment industryThe IATSE and the Alliance of Film and Television Producers are at odds over safety and working conditions. Lesley Marin reports.

John Hinckley, who tried to assassinate President Reagan, gets absolute releaseA federal judge said Monday that John Hinckley Jr., who attempted to assassinate President Ronald Reagan four decades ago, could be released from all of his remaining restrictions next year if he continues to follow those rules and stays mentally stable. Katie Johnston reports.

Vandenberg to launch 2,000th rocket on MondaySouthern Californians may spot an orange streak when they gaze at the sky on Monday morning.


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