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‘Building Blue Bridges’ Program Aims To Improve Police-Community RelationsBuilding Blue Bridges is an organization in the LA city schools that brings students and officers together. Joy Benedict reports.
WATCH: Up To 20,000 Peaceful Protesters Gather In Hollywood To Call For Racial JusticeThousands of people have gathered in the streets of Hollywood in their demand for accountability and justice. Jeff Nguyen shows us.
Thousands Participate In ‘Compton Peace Walk’ To Call For JusticeThousands of people took to the streets of Compton on foot, motorcycle and even on horses to call for justice following the death of George Floyd. Adrianna Weingold reports.
Community Gathers At The First Baptist Church Of Venice For Memorial, Civil Rights RallyA memorial and civil rights rally was held in Venice on Sunday to honor the contributions of people of color in the community. Laurie Perez reports.
Driver Surrenders After Leading CHP On Multi-County Pursuit, Speeding With 2 Flat TiresCalifornia Highway Patrol was in pursuit of an SUV speeding on multiple freeways Sunday afternoon.
CBSNLA: The Rundown (June 7)These are the latest headlines in news and weather. Lesley Marin reports.
LAPD Joins Prayer Vigil On Steps Of City Hall To Honor George FloydIt was another heartfelt day in the city of Los Angeles as the Los Angeles Police Chief Michel Moore joined others for a prayer vigil and conversation about enacting change. Joy Benedict reports.
Wild Pursuit Ends In Palmdale After PIT ManeuverA pursuit came to an end in Palmdale Saturday night, but not before police had to deploy a PIT maneuver. Lesley Marin reports.
Protesters Denouncing George Floyd’s Death Gather Outside City HallJeff Nguyen reported from City Hall on Thursday.
For First Time Ever, Snoop Dogg Says He Plans To Vote In November ElectionSnoop Dogg said he couldn’t ask others to vote for change without doing the same himself. Amy Johnson reports.
Man Killed In Deputy-Involved Shooting In City Of IndustryA man was killed Sunday in a deputy-involved shooting in the city of Industry. Amy Johnson reports.
This Fullerton-Based Company Is Pivoting Amid Pandemic To Shield Community From COVID-19Though a lot of businesses have been hit hard by the pandemic, Fullerton-based Professional Plastics has been working around-the-clock to fill plexiglass orders nationwide.
Alex Biston’s Weather Forecast (June 7)Santa Ana winds return Sunday night, bringing gusty and dry conditions. Alex Biston reports.
For First Time In Months, SoCal Worshipers Return To Churches For In-Person Sunday ServicesFor the first time in months, worshipers from across the Southland are returning to their churches for in-person Sunday services. Joy Benedict reports.
Peaceful Protest Extends Past Curfew In Santa AnaThousands have been protesting in Santa Ana. The city imposed a curfew at 10 p.m., but a crowd remained.
CHP In Pursuit Of Speeding Suspect In Grenada HillsCHP are in pursuit of a person who is wanted for speeding in the Grenada Hills area
Demonstrators Gather In Fairfax District To Demand Changes Following George Floyd’s DeathIn the Fairfax District, a rally started at Pan Pacific Park before protesters moved into West Hollywood. Jeff Nguyen reports.
Protestors In DTLA March, Gather Outside City Hall For Over 13 HoursSaturday marked the 11th day of protests across SoCal following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Protestors in DTLA rallied for over 13 hours.
Santa Ana Imposes Curfew After Large, Peaceful ProtestsProtests in support of Black Lives Matter drew large crowds in Santa Ana on Saturday, prompting the city to impose a 10 p.m. curfew.
Cars, Apartments Damaged In Panorama City FireApartments and vehicles in Panorama City were damaged by either smoke or fire in an overnight blaze.
Protestors Weave Through West Hollywood After Rally In Pan Pacific ParkA rally in Pan Pacific Park was just one of around 30 demonstrations across Los Angeles on Saturday in support of Black Lives Matter
Thousands March In Simi Valley To Protest Police Brutality, City Councilman CommentsThousands of people marched in Simi Valley on Saturday, protesting comments made by City Councilman and Mayor Pro Tem Mike Judge
Huge Crowd Of Protestors Marches Through DTLA For 11th DaySaturday marks the 11th day protestors have been gathering in Downtown L.A., demanding justice for George Floyd and an end to police brutality
Fire Burning In Elysian Park Near 110 FreewayA brush fire was burning in the Elysian Park neighborhood of central LA on Saturday afternoon.