Ukraine crisis: tips for copingMore than ever, Americans are getting first-hand footage of war and devastation in Ukraine simply by logging into their social media accounts. Psychiatrist Dr. Ashley Zucker joined CBS News Los Angeles to share her perspective on how the images affect mental health. reports Jasmine Viel.
Authorities are investigating the cause of the Malibu crash that left 1 dead and 6 injuredA woman was killed in a fatal crash in Malibu and six others were injured. reports Jasmine Viel.
Dozens dead as Russia’s invasion of Ukraine enters day fourDozens of people have been killed as Russian forces continue to march into Ukraine. Reports by Tena Ezzeddine.
Alex Biston’s weather forecast (February 27)Cooler temperatures are expected towards the end of the work week. reports Alex Biston.
One dead, six seriously injured in two-car crash on Malibu Canyon RoadA woman was killed, while six other people were seriously injured in a two-vehicle collision that happened Saturday night on Malibu Canyon Road near the Calabasas area. CHP officials issued a Sigalert for the two lanes north of the carriageway tunnel, with no indication of when it would be lifted.
War in Ukraine: Russian troops enter Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second largest cityAs the battle in Ukraine continues for the fourth day, invading Russian troops have entered Kharkiv, the country’s second largest city. Reports by Rick Montanez.
War in Ukraine: Biden pledges an additional $350 million to support the Ukrainian effortAs Ukrainian forces continue their bid to prevent the Russian invasion of their country’s capital, US President Joe Biden has pledged an additional $350 million to support their efforts. Reports by Rick Montanez.
Our American Village: Cinthia Flores – Lawyer from East Hollywood and her Central American rootsOur American Village this week focuses on Cinthia Flores, an East Hollywood-born attorney who works as a board member of the California Agricultural Labor Relations Force. She talks about her diverse neighborhood and the Central American roots that give the area its unique character.
New details emerge about LAPD Bomb Squad’s mishandling of illegal fireworks that exploded in South Los AngelesIt’s been 8 months since an LAPD bomb truck containing tons of illegal fireworks exploded in South Los Angeles on East 27th Street. Although months have passed since the explosion, nearby houses are still boarded up. CBSLA reporter Laurie Perez spoke with residents who say they’re not surprised by new details from a report about how officers ignored expert advice.
Mixed local reaction as Pasadena and Long Beach mask mandates are liftedJust a day after Los Angeles County followed suit, Long Beach and Pasadena both announced a relaxation of their indoor mask mandates — which drew mixed reviews from the public.
War in Ukraine: Latest Russian attacks appear to target fuel facilities; Locals hide in subways, underground for safetyUkrainian citizens were forced to retreat deep underground as the Russian invasion continued on Saturday, with continued shelling hitting several towns across the country. Others have fled to the countryside and are trying to flee through neighboring countries.
Orange County Sheriff seeks man wanted in connection with sexual assault of minor at Rancho Santa MargaritaRancho Santa Margarita Sheriff’s Deputies are asking for the public’s help in locating a man wanted in connection with the sexual assault of a minor that occurred Friday night. The victim suffered minor physical injuries during the incident.
Is it safe to relax mask mandates? A health expert joins the studio to clear the airDr. Nima Meridian, state medical director at UC Irvine Medical Center, joined the studio to discuss the recent relaxation of mask mandates in Los Angeles and what it could mean for the future of the coronavirus pandemic.
Heartbreaking journey for Costa Mesa couple after baby arrives amid war in UkraineIt’s been a tough week for Jacob Boekmann and his wife Jessie Miller Boekmann. Their new baby girl was born on February 22 in Kiev via surrogate, two days before Russia invaded Ukraine.
The group gathers in the fairgrounds to rally for LAUSD School Police FundraiserStudents and parents gathered at the fairgrounds of a controversial Defund the Police rally on Saturday, held in regards to the police force of the Los Angeles Unified School District.
One dead and one injured following a motorcycle accident in the hills of GranadaOne person was killed and another injured when a motorcycle and another vehicle collided in Granada Hills on Saturday. Authorities were working to determine the cause of the accident.
War in Ukraine: European countries offering assistance to Ukraine; Over 400 Russians detained in anti-war ralliesAs the fourth night of fighting in Ukraine approaches, the German government plans to provide much-needed military aid to Ukraine, as more than 400 Russians are arrested in their home country during anti-war rallies in across the country. Reports by Rick Montanez.
Authorities warn against swimming at some beaches due to high levels of bacteriaAuthorities are warning residents to visit certain beaches over the weekend as the weather warms up in Southland, increasing levels of bacteria in the water.
War in Ukraine: the Battle of Kiev rages; Russian banks withdrawn from global banking systemAs Ukrainian military troops continue to push back the advances of invading Russian military forces, world leaders have begun to take steps to cut Russia off from the global banking system.
Compton Hosts Community Celebration of Black History MonthIn honor of Black History Month, Compton has joined the long list of cities hosting events throughout February. On Saturday, the city hosted a community celebration with speeches from prominent community members, live music and events for attendees.
LAPD Bomb Squad allegedly ignored expert’s warning before fireworks explodedMembers of an LAPD bomb squad, which detonated a cache of illegal fireworks in South Los Angeles last year, causing an explosion that displaced several residents from their homes, ignored warnings from a member of the expert team who said the cache should be split into smaller portions. , according to a report to be discussed by the city’s police commission next week.
Care Harbor is gearing up for a massive clinicCare Harbor was handing out wristbands to people in need of health care at its huge clinic where residents can receive care from LA’s leading health care providers, volunteer doctors, dentists and nurses.
Magnitude 4.1 earthquake hits Santa PaulaA preliminary 4.1 magnitude earthquake rocked Santa Paula, with residents of Ventura County, Simi Valley and as far away as Studio City feeling the tremor immediately.
Venice Family Clinic offers free food and COVID-19 vaccines at Inglewood ClinicThe non-profit organization donated family food and COVID-19 vaccines to those in need in Inglewood on Saturday. The Community Health Center serves approximately 45,000 people from the Santa Monica Mountains to the South Bay.