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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.
The United States will supply Ukraine with fighter jetsUS senators are asking the Biden administration to speed up the transfer of planes to help Ukraine. US lawmakers are still against the creation of a no-fly zone in Ukraine which they say could lead to World War III.
Angelenos is making great efforts to support UkraineAs the war in Ukraine continues and the lives of Ukrainians are threatened on a daily basis, the Angelenos have joined together in huge humanitarian efforts to provide some form of support to Eastern Europeans trapped in a country suddenly war-torn.
Russia keeps dropping bombs, Russian president blames UkraineAs the Russian invasion and bombing of Ukraine continues, US Defense Secretary Anthony Blinken has said the Kremlin’s actions could constitute a war crime.
Grocery store workers rally ahead of collective bargaining negotiationsThe United Food and Commercial Workers union, which represents nearly 60,000 workers from central California to the Mexican border, has a fresh round of demands ahead of a contract expiration set for midnight on Sunday. In advance, workers rallied throughout the weekend to raise awareness and gain community support for their cause.
High school student killed and two injured after car runs off Highway 5 in DowneyA local high school student died of injuries sustained in an accident after the car the person was in traveled approximately 200 yards down an embankment off Highway 5 in Downey.
Who is Volodymyr Zelensky? CBS News provides background on Ukraine’s presidentVolodymyr Zelenskyy has won the hearts of millions around the world as he continues to champion peace in Ukraine amid the Russian invasion, but who is Ukraine’s president? CBS News has its journey, which started in a more surprising place than you might think.
Independent Spirit Award winners announced on SundayThe 37th annual Independent Spirit Awards were held in Santa Monica on Sunday, where the winners of the year’s best productions from independent film and television studios were honored.
Hundreds run for ‘Liam’s Life’ in Hermosa Beach to raise money for a foundation that helps end drunk drivingLiam’s Life Foundation was set up after 15-month-old Liam Kowal was killed in 2016 by a drunk driver. Kowal’s parents hope the foundation will help end drunk driving.
Soaring gasoline prices are hurting transportation economicsCBSLA reporter Brittney Hopper spoke to a man who owns a luxury car service who said the rising price of a gallon of gas is cutting profit margins for his drivers. With no end in sight, he says he will spend over $300,000 on gas this year for his business.
Record gas prices continue to climb in Southern CaliforniaIn Southland, gasoline prices continued to climb with the average price of a gallon of gasoline at $5.38 for Los Angeles and Orange counties; $5.26 per gallon for the Inland Empire; and $5.31 per gallon for Ventura County. In some places, prices are around $6.65 per gallon.
Despite falling numbers around the world, COVID hits grim milestoneAs the COVID pandemic continues, despite falling numbers across the globe, the global death toll is reaching a grim milestone.
Hundreds gather on Sunday to offer support to UkrainiansIn an effort to show continued support for Ukrainians suffering the effects of the Russian invasion, hundreds of Angelenos, many with Eastern European roots, gathered at the Ukrainian Cultural Center to prepare kits for first aid, praying and coming together for peace in Europe.
A look back at the 2022 Hoag Classic with longtime writer Randy YoungmanSports Central reporter Jill Painter Lopez talks to Southern California News Group golf writer Randy Young of the Newport Beach Country Club, where the final round of the PGA Champions Tour’s Hoag Classic was held. Two-time US Open champion Retief Goosen won the tournament.
Inside SoCal: 3/6 RecapWe’re celebrating Women’s History Month and honoring LA’s trailblazers. reports Erica Olsen.
Women’s History Month: Meet this Southland woman giving back through danceThere are so many women who have helped build and shape our community, including Jackie Lopez, co-founder of the Versa-Style Dance Company. reports Jasmine Viel.
Record gas prices continue to climb in Southern CaliforniaSticker shock continues to hit Southland drivers as petrol prices continue to climb with no relief in sight. Reports by Kara Finnström.
Alex Biston’s weather forecast (3/6)Cooler temperatures are expected this week. reports Alex Biston.
Liza Lapira joins the studio to discuss ‘The Equalizer’ special focused on Asian American hate crimesActress Liza Lapira, who stars in the CBS drama ‘The Equalizer,’ joined the studio to discuss the upcoming episode of the series which focuses on Asian American hate crimes, drawing on personal experiences and similar anecdotes brought to light in recent months.
24-hour boarding school, first on the west coast, accepting studentsA 24-hour learning experience coming soon to Southern California students. The first of its kind on the West Coast, the SEED School in Los Angeles will allow students to live on campus five days a week for a unique and immersive educational opportunity. The first available semester will be fall 2022.
Authorities are looking for a suspect in a fatal hit-and-run involving a man on an electric scooterA 22-year-old man identified as Mario Ramos Morales was killed early Saturday morning when he was hit by two vehicles while riding an electric scooter. Friends and family of Morales gathered at a memorial later Saturday night.
What’s behind the massive spike in gasoline prices?CBSLA anchor and reporter Lesley Marin spoke with Doug Shupe of the Auto Club of Southern California about the unstoppable spike in gas prices. On average, residents of Los Angeles and Long Beach pay $5.18 for a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline.
LA drivers are forced to adapt as gas prices continue to soar dailySteadily rising gas prices have forced the hand of many Angelenos, who are adjusting their daily lives to accommodate the new gas crisis.
Anaheim police officers rally to help one of their ownOrange County police officers gathered Saturday to raise funds for former officer Jaime Llamas. Llamas was diagnosed with a brain tumor last year and will soon undergo radiation therapy, but his HMO with the Anaheim Police Department did not cover his treatment.