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Alex Biston’s Weather Forecast (March 13)Temperatures are expected to be mild this work week. Alex Biston reports.

Women’s History Month Spotlight: Janet ZuccariniWe are continuing to celebrate the accomplishments of women who have helped build Los Angeles. Jasmine Viel reports.

Recall Issued For Trader Joe’s ‘Crunchy Slaw with Chicken, Crispy Noodles & Peanut Dressing’An important recall has been issued for Trader Joe’s “Crunchy Slaw with Chicken, Crispy Noodles & Peanut Dressing” over concerns that the salad dressing contains hard plastic. Jasmine Viel reports.

Police Searching For Shooter Who Killed Man Walking His Dog In Mid-CityPolice Sunday continued to search for the shooter who killed a man while he walked his dog in Mid-City. Ring cam video captured the shooting early Saturday morning. Tena Ezzeddine reports.

‘Rust’ Movie Armorer Hannah Gutierrez-Reed Responds After Alec Baldwin Court FilingThe armorer on the set of the ill-fated “Rust” movie is speaking out after a short filing by Alec Baldwin. Jasmine Viel reports.

Carport Fire Destroys Over A Dozen VehiclesA carport fire in Thousand Oaks claimed over a dozen vehicles Saturday as Ventura County Fire Department crews worked for over an hour to control the blaze.

Former Sports Central Anchor, Broadcaster Alan Massengale Dies At Age 63Before joining CBS2 and KCAL9 News, Massengale was a fixture in the sports broadcasting world, working at ESPN and Fox Sports as an anchor. Massengale was beloved by his family, colleagues and friends

Travel Industry Re-emerging After Worst of COVID-19; Expert Offers Advice On How To Make The Most Of ItJonathan Golicz, Vice President of the LA Travel and Adventure Show, joined the studio to discuss the travel industry’s reemergence following the worst of the coronavirus pandemic. He offers tips on booking, cancellation policies and how to get the best deals before prices return to normal levels.

Hundreds Gather To Remember, Honor Katie MeyerThe former Stanford and Newbury Park goalkeeper was being remembered Saturday by family, friends and former teammates at the place she spent most of her time during her high school years.

Mid-City Family Left With More Questions Than Answers After Husband, Father Shot While Walking Family DogMarcos Sandoval was shot and killed Saturday morning while walking the family dog ​​near his home in Mid-City Saturday morning. Now, his family is left wondering why he was targeted and how to get justice for their lost loved one.

Sitting Down with Erick ‘Cubo’ TorresMore than 8 years ago, Erick ‘Cubo’ Torres made his Southern California soccer debut playing for Chivas USA. That team is long gone, but after playing for numerous MLS squads and the Mexican National Team, Cubo is back. In January, Torres signed with the reigning USL champions Orange County SC as he looks to prove himself for a return to MLS or Liga MX. Our Chris Hayre has the story.

Family Members, Supporters In Long Beach Outraged Over Fatal Hit and Run That Killed A Father and DaughterDozens demonstrated Saturday outside the Bottoms Up Bar in Long Beach – which is across the street from the deadly hit and run crash that killed Jose Palacios and his 3-year-old daughter Samantha.

Authorities Investigating Fatal Shooting In Mid-City Where Man Walking Dog Was KilledA man was walking his dog early Saturday morning when he was fatally shot in Mid-City. Authorities are now investigating the incident to determine motive and locate a suspect.

Hollister Fire Near Solvang Engulfs Nearly 100 Acres of VegetationFire crews were on the scene of a massive brush fire in Santa Barbara County Saturday, as they worked to contain the blaze which had engulfed nearly 100 acres of vegetation in the area, leading to the evacuation of nearly 30 homes as well.

Authorities Investigating Shooting, Stabbing Outside of North Hollywood PartyA man was shot Saturday morning outside of a party in North Hollywood. A confusing scene has led investigators to work on trying to determine exactly what happened to lead up to the incident that left one man in critical condition.

Man Shot, Stabbed Outside Club In HollywoodA man is in critical condition Saturday after being shot and stabbed outside a nightclub in Hollywood.

Weekend Weather ForecastCBSLA’s Alex Biston shows you a look at what you can expect in the weather forecast as you change the clocks for Daylight Savings Time.

Vergil Ortiz Jr. – Rising Boxing Superstar Headlines in LA on Saturday 3/19One of the bright young stars in all of boxing headlines Saturday 3/19 at the Galen Center. 23-year old Vergil Ortiz Jr. is on the verge of superstardom as he continues to impress with 18 wins in his career, all by knockout. The Texas native is also becoming a big fan of Los Angeles, training here now in LA. Ortiz Jr. also has plenty of interests outside the ring, including the world of music.

Look At This: Serra Cross ParkLovingly known as “The Cross”, Serra Cross Park went up by the San Buenaventura Mission in 1782. However, over the years the Cross has become the target of legal controversy forcing the city to sell the land it stands on to a private party.

Rise in Catalytic Converter Thefts Puts Authorities on AlertA string of catalytic converter thefts, highlighted by one incident caught on camera, has caused law enforcement officials to warn the public to be cautious of where they park their vehicles overnight. Joy Benedict reports.

Drivers Opting For Public Transportation Due To Skyrocketing Gas PricesAs gas prices continue to skyrocket, Los Angeles drivers are beginning to consider parking their cars and using public transportation instead.

Fundraiser In Tarzana Aims Send Aid to Ukrainians Affected By Russian InvasionZhenya and Dina Gontar are offering free Borsch to help raise money for the victims of the Russian invasion.

Hollenbeck Park Receives $5 Million Grant From CaltransHollenbeck Park is about to get a huge makeover after receiving $5 million in state funding.

Looking Back At Lessons LearnedAt the beginning of the pandemic, Dr. Thomas Yadegar said that he and his fellow health care workers did not know how to treat sick patients constantly flowing into their hospital. However, in the two years that have passed, and while it was terrifying Yadegar ultimately believes the medical world not only learned a significant amount about the virus but about how our bodies interact with other diseases.


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