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Surviving Holiday Travel During The PandemicAlex Biston reports on what experts have to say about navigating holiday travel, as well as how to handle any potentially controversial topics about the pandemic around the dinner table.


Follow-Home Robberies Lead to Increased Patrols In MelroseAccording to police, in follow-home robberies suspects typically target victims carrying expensive purses or jewelry, such as watches and necklaces, follow them home or business and rob them. In some cases, suspects target victims using social media to track potential victims.


Stabbing At Vons In Santa MonicaSky2’s Desmond Shaw reports from overhead in Santa Monica where at least one person was stabbed at a Vons grocery store and was put into the back of an ambulance. Authorities are on the scene, though there is no suspect in custody.


Wildlife Photographer And Friend Have Close Encounter With Mountain LionStacey Butler reports from Orange County where photographer Mark Girardeau and a friend encountered a mountain lion known as Uno before dark on Friday in Trabuco Canyon. The pair were checking on trail cameras set out to capture wildlife.


City Workers Rally Against COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate DowntownPolitical reporter Tom Wait takes a look at a march held Monday in Grand Park where people, many of whom work for the city, stood against LA’s COVID vaccine mandate for all municipal employees. The event was organized by Firefighters 4 Freedom.


6 People Transported To Hospital After 2-Car Collision In South LADesmond Shaw reports overhead from Sky9 on a two-car collision that sent six people to the hospital, including a pedestrian, after a two-car collision near the intersection of Main and 69th Streets.


Power Outage In Laurel Canyon Affecting CommutersAn estimated 1,000 Department of Water and Power customers in Laurel Canyon are without power tonight.

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Los Angeles Couple Describes Their Anguish After Baby Mix UpA Los Angeles couple held a press conference with their lawyer following an IVF mishap. Here is the full interview.


Crane Falls On Roof Of Hollywood HomeA crane fell on the roof of a Hollywood home Monday. There were no reports of injury and the crane was removed from the roof just hours later.


How Safe Are Large-Scale Music Festivals In Southern California?Rick Montanez reports on the safety and security planning that go into large-scale music festivals, like Coachella and Stagecoach, in Southern California, in the wake of the tragedy at Astroworld music festival in Houston.


Mental Health Monday: Energy HealingAs COVID restrictions relax and we start to return to a more normal life, more people than ever are reporting problems dealing with anxiety. One strategy for coping: energy healing. Amy Johnson shows us who’s doing it and how it works.

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CBSNLA: The Rundown (Nov. 8 PM Edition)Here are the latest headlines in local news and weather. Updated twice daily.


Missing Teen Found After Being Admitted To HospitalNathan Torres, 13, suffered a major brain injury after an accident less than a quarter-mile from his home in only 30 minutes after the teen rode off that first night.


Hazmat Response In Beverly HillsBoth the Los Angeles and Beverly Hills Fire Departments responded to a suspected argon leak at San Vicente Blvd and Gale Drive.


Los Angeles Couple Files Lawsuit After IVF MishapA Los Angeles couple is suing the California Center for Reproductive Health for in vitro fertilization after they learned the baby they had birthed and raised was not theirs.


City Of LA Vaccine Verification Mandate For Restaurants, Coffeeshops, Gyms And Salons In EffectRachel Kim reports from Studio City where business owners and customers respond to one of the most sweeping new vaccine verification laws in the country went into effect today.


Street Takeover On 91 Freeway In BellflowerJoy Benedict reports from Bellflower where dozens of cars and around 100 spectators swarmed the 91 Freeway early Monday morning for a dangerous sideshow style street takeover that backed traffic up along the roadway.


LA Municipal Workers Rally Against COVID Vaccine MandatesDozens of Los Angeles city and county employees took part in a march and rally against COVID-19 vaccine mandates in downtown L.A. Monday morning.


Hearing To Be Held In Fraud Case Of LA Councilman Mark Ridley-Thomas, Ex-USC Dean Marilyn FlynnA short hearing was slated to take place Monday in federal court in the bribery and corruption case of Los Angeles City Councilman Mark Ridley-Thomas and the ex-dean of the USC School of Social Work, Marilyn Flynn.


Criminal Investigation Underway Into Astroworld Tragedy Which Claimed 8 LivesOn Friday night, eight people, including two teenagers, were killed, and at least 25 more seriously injured, during a crowd surge at Scott’s performance at the Astroworld Music Festival at NRG Park in Houston.


Whittier Restaurants Hit By Burglars During Power OutageTwo small Whittier restaurants were hit by burglars during a scheduled power outage in the early morning hours Monday.


Dozens Of Cars Swarm 91 Freeway In Bellflower In Street TakeoverIt was like a scene out of “The Fast and the Furious” when dozens of cars shut down a portion of the 91 Freeway in Bellflower with a street takeover early Monday morning.


US Lifts COVID-Related Travel Ban On Long List Of Countries Including Mexico, CanadaThe U.S. lifted restrictions Monday on non-essential travel from a long list of countries, including Mexico, Canada and most of Europe. Kara Finnstrom reports.


City Of LA’s Strict COVID Vaccine Proof Mandate For Restaurants, Coffee Shops, Gyms Takes EffectUnder one of the most sweeping new laws in the nation, beginning Monday, anyone who visits the indoor portion of a long list of establishments – including restaurants, coffee shops, gyms, bars and salons – in the city of Los Angeles, will be required to show proof of full vaccination against COVID-19. Tina Patel reports.