CBS News Los Angeles: The Rundown (March 19 edition)Here are the latest local news and weather headlines. Updated twice a day.
Fatal collision kills teenager and seriously injures anotherAccording to the Huntington Beach Police Department, one of the teens died while the other remains in critical condition.
The harrowing journey of a Ukrainian-American to the Polish borderUkrainian-American Veronika Vozna recounts her family’s flight from violence in Ukraine.
Security camera footage captures Studio City’s ‘hot prowlers’Detectives are investigating the intrusion as a hot hunt as there was someone present at the house at the time of the intrusion.
Rising prices and the war in UkraineAs the war in Ukraine continues, experts like Dr. Mira Farka expect the price of gasoline and food to only rise.
Mental Health Monday: Anxious College StudentsIn Today’s Mental Health Monday, we look at the anxiety college-bound students struggle with and how to let go of the pressure to impress.
Three people taken to hospital after crashAuthorities pulled two people from their vehicles after a two-vehicle crash in Huntington Beach on Monday morning.
Students mourn Warren High School football player killed in 5 freeway crashesStudents at Warren High School in Downey are in mourning on Monday after a devastating weekend crash killed a football player and injured two of his teammates.
Rideshare driver feels the pinch of record gas pricesIn Los Angeles County, gasoline prices are consistently breaking records with the average price of a gallon of regular self-serve gasoline hitting a record 29 times in 31 days. The average price rose 5.4 cents on Monday, relatively weak from the weekend when prices jumped 9.5 cents on Saturday and 12.8 cents on Sunday.
The latest on the war in UkraineSeveral nations are meeting to determine how to use fewer Russian oil sources.
Supreme Court refuses to hear case on reinstatement of Bill Cosby’s sexual assault convictionThe Supreme Court on Monday denied a request by Pennsylvania prosecutors to review a state Supreme Court ruling that overturned Bill Cosby’s sexual assault conviction, leaving intact the Pennsylvania High Court’s ruling that found him guilty. released from prison.
1 injured after Metrolink train collides with vehicle in Lancaster areaA person traveling in a vehicle was injured when a Metrolink train and the vehicle collided Monday in the Lancaster area.
Landlord and housekeeper caught by intruders in Studio CityThe two men allegedly stole the keys to the house from the owner’s wife, who had gone to a doctor’s appointment. reports Jeff Nguyen.
Amber Lee weather forecast (March 7)Temperatures will slowly warm up this week, but there is still a small chance of showers. Amber Lee has the forecast.
Russian invasion of Ukraine sends gas prices skyrocketingGasoline prices hit $5 a gallon last week and are already flirting with $6. reports Tina Patel.
Southern California grocery store workers’ contract expiresThe workers must now decide whether it is time to strike. Reports by Kara Finnström.
CBS News Los Angeles: The Rundown (March 7 edition)Here are the latest local news and weather headlines. Updated twice a day.
Turpin siblings meet Garth Brooks, Trisha YearwoodJennifer and Jordan Turpin had the chance to meet the country music superstars at their concert in San Diego. Report DeMarco Morgan and Suzanne Marques.
Gas prices continue to rise unabated past $5The average gas price is $5,429 in Los Angeles and Orange counties, and actual prices at some gas stations are about to hit $6. reports Tina Patel.
Supermarket labor contract expires as talks stallUnions representing key supermarket workers in the region will discuss next steps today. Reports by Kara Finnström.
Firefighters battle blaze at Valley Village HomeNo injuries were reported and the cause of the fire is under investigation. Report DeMarco Morgan and Suzanne Marques.
Deadly shooting outside North Hills strip clubThe shooting apparently took place above a handicapped parking spot. reports DeMarco Morgan.
Warren High School football player killed in 5 freeway crashesThe cars the teens were in rolled down an embankment off Highway 5 in Downey. Reports by Suzanne Marques.
Fashion Nova CEO Richard Saghian confirms purchase of ‘The One’, Bel Air’s most infamous mega-mansionAmerica’s most expensive home auction purchase officially has a buyer, as Fashion Nova CEO Richard Saghian confirmed he was the winning bidder on Sunday. He bid $126 million, and after adding auction fees, that brought the total to $141 million.