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Buses may be delayed due to the LA Marathon this weekendThe marathon takes place this Sunday and runs from Dodger Stadium to Century City. That’s what Suzanne Marques says.

Summer time ends on SundaySunset will be an hour earlier when summer time ends this weekend. Alex Biston reports.

Billboard offers $ 50,000 for information in 2013 MurderKenny Fulks was killed during a robbery at his Van Nuy mobile phone shop and police have no clue in the case. Amy Johnson reports.

Amber Lee’s Weather Forecast (Nov 3)A maximum of 71 for the beaches and 84 for the valleys on Wednesday.

Barricade suspect with 2 children surrenders after 9-hour standoff in the residential area of ​​Costa Mesa StreetA fight with a domestic violence suspect who barricaded himself in a home in Costa Mesa for more than nine hours with his two children, forcing evacuations nearby, came to a peaceful end Wednesday morning.

LA Mayor Eric Garcetti tests positive for COVID in ScotlandLos Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti has tested positive for COVID-19 while in Scotland for the UN climate conference.

Fishing off the Orange County Coast remains off-limits until December 1stThe fishing ban due to the oil spill in Huntington Beach frustrates many business owners along the coast. That’s what Suzanne Marques says.

El Segundo, Manhattan Beach will test McDonald’s new McPlant BurgerThe new plant-based patty was developed together with Beyond Meat and is exclusive to McDonald’s. It reports DeMarco Morgan.

CBSNLA: The Rundown (November 3 issue)Here are the latest headlines in local news and weather. Updated twice daily.

LA Board Supervisor asks Newsom to declare an emergency on Carson OdorAs a sulfur-containing odor continues to plague Carson, a county official on Tuesday urged California Gov. Gavin Newsom to step in and help resolve the issue.

Power failure takes Gold Line out of operationMetro will provide a shuttle service between Union Station and Chinatown while work continues on the Gold Line. That’s what Suzanne Marques says.

Gucci Fashion Show closes Hollywood BoulevardWith stars like Gwyneth Paltrow and Serena Williams sitting in the front row, Alessandro Michele’s nostalgic clothing design inspired by old Hollywood glam shone just as brightly during a Gucci fashion show in Los Angeles. Katie Johnston reports.

Driver injured in car-to-car shooting in La Mirada while delivering foodA food delivery driver was shot and wounded in a car-to-car shooting during a delivery late Tuesday night in La Mirada.

New LA County vaccine mandate takes effect ThursdayAs of Thursday, anyone entering bars, breweries, wineries, distilleries, nightclubs and lounges in LA County must show proof of full vaccination. Kara Finnstrom reports.

2 On Your Side: Orange County sees spikes in e-bike accidentsAs they continue to grow in popularity, an Orange County hospital reports a 500% increase in the number of electric bicycle accidents compared to this time last year.

Legendary television station Pat Harvey is celebrating 32 years in LAThis week marks a special anniversary for one of our very own here on the CBS2 / KCAL9 newsroom.

Loyal La Verne dog defends the family against the mountain lionA brave dog is recovering after battling a mountain lion roaming a home in La Verne on Monday.

Long Beach City College creates a secure parking lot for homeless studentsAfter seeing a dramatic increase in homeless students during the pandemic, Long Beach City College created a temporary area where students could park their cars and sleep in.

‘It will make life so much easier’: Parents respond to CDC recommending Pfizer COVID vaccine for childrenThe owner of Mickey Fine Pharmacy in Beverly Hills on Tuesday was hopeful of getting his first shipment of vaccines within the next few days. He said he would make it a kid-friendly experience.

CBSNLA: The Rundown (14:00)Here are the latest headlines in local news and weather. Updated twice daily.

New vending machine hands out books at Corona SchoolStudents receive tokens for good behavior and can use them to “buy” a book from the machine. Pat Harvey reports.

City crews need to clean up the Hoarder House in KoreatownA neighborhood in Koreatown deals with a mountain of garbage that covers their neighbor’s front yard. They have been complaining to the city since 2010, but without success.

Only at 2: Crime rates fall as LAPD escalates Fairfax patrols with funding from Councilor Paul KoretzIt’s an area known for its lively eclectic flair: Melrose Avenue offers food, shopping and a real Los Angeles feel. But this summer, it gained a reputation for crime.

The voices of veteransVeterans’ Voices-Suzanne Marques reports on what awaits uninhabited veterans on the West Side.


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