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Amazon fined $ 500,000 for COVID-19 violationsNicole Comstock reports from Eastvale on the latest developments regarding California Attorney General Rob Bonta’s announcement that Amazon will pay a $ 500,000 settlement after accusing the company of withholding COVID-19 numbers from its employees.

Police are looking for a ranger in Shadow HillsThe suspect is described as Hispanic, 30 to 40 years old, approximately 6 feet tall and weighing 150 to 170 pounds. He has the tattoo of a marijuana leaf on the top of his right arm. Chris Holmstrom Reports

George Clooney responds to shooting death on the set of Alec Baldwin Western ‘Rust’Sara Donchey reports on actor George Clooney’s comments on a popular podcast regarding the shooting death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on the set of Alec Baldwin’s western movie “Rust”.

Amazon to pay $ 500,000 settlement for COVID-19 violationsCalifornia Attorney General Rob Bonta announced on Monday that Amazon would pay a settlement of $ 500,000 after accusing the company of withholding COVID-19 numbers from its employees.

Long Beach overpaid for repairs to famous Queen Mary monument, city audit findsStacey Butler reports from Long Beach where a new city audit found that dozens of projects the city has contracted with the ship’s operator to repair are currently unfinished.

The policy of high gas prices in SouthlandPolitical reporter Tom Wait examines the politics of rising gasoline prices and the potential fallout for the ruling party as rising prices dent drivers’ wallets.

Monday marks deadline for vaccination of LAUSD employees against COVIDMonday marked the deadline for workers in the Los Angeles Unified School District to be fully immunized against COVID-19.

Police in pursuit of suspected copper thief on the roof of a building in Panorama townDesmond Shaw reports above Sky2 that a suspected copper wire thief is trying to escape the police, but is currently trapped on the roof of a building in Panorama City.

Father shot in front of his childrenJames Vargas was walking to buy tacos with his wife and two children early Sunday morning when a man approached the father and shot him.

UCLA economist discusses reasons for soaring gas pricesDr. Leo Feler, senior economist at UCLA Anderson Forecast, analyzes the recent spike in gas prices.

Mental Health Mondays: Unraveling Night TerrorsPat Harvey of KCAL9 shows us how he got to the bottom of a sleep disorder that is common in children, but on the rise in adults.

LA Super Bowl Committee CEO Discusses Economic Impact of Super Bowl LVIKathy Schloessman, CEO of the Los Angeles Super Bowl Host Committee, discusses upcoming jobs at So-Fi Stadium for Super Bowl LVI in 2022.

Sales of all-electric and hybrid vehicles increase with gasoline pricesJake Reiner reports from Santa Monica where some owners of hybrid and all-electric vehicles are hoping that soaring gasoline prices will spark even more interest in potentially fuel-efficient vehicles.

Some school districts report shortage of substitute teachersJeff Nguyen reports from Toluca Lake about a shortage of substitute teachers available despite the incentives and stipends offered in the hope of recruiting more qualified teachers.

Thanksgiving on a budgetCBS2 is looking for ways to save money for Thanksgiving! Monday, November 15, 2019

Booming and shaking along the coast MondayMichele Gile reports a noise that some residents along the coast in Orange and San Diego counties thought was an earthquake and others thought it was a sonic boom.

Patrick Bolden-Smith missing after mental health assessment at USC County Medical CenterRick Montanez reports the disappearance of a 26-year-old man, whose family is frantically searching for him Monday after he was released from County-USC Medical Center, where he was taken for a mental health assessment.

Ventura firefighters attempt to rescue sedan occupant in crashThe incident occurred on Grimes Canyon Road north of Route 118. One person has been reported dead and firefighters are attempting to rescue an occupant of the gray sedan.

Ports postpone new fines for inactive sea containersThere has been a 26% drop in idling containers since the fine was announced last month. Serene Branson reports.

Forum announces first-ever Los Angeles residency with ManaGrammy-winning Mexican rock band Mana announced a residency at the Forum in Inglewood on Monday from March. Katie Johnston reports.

3 free after stabbing the blue line trainA man was taken to hospital after being stabbed near Florence and Graham Avenue. Serene Branson reports.

Disneyland’s Toontown will be made more free and more parent-friendly during the year-round overhaulDisneyland’s Toontown will close soon to make way for a year-long makeover that will include open spaces where young children can play and parents can take a break. Katie Johnston reports.

IATSE members approve new contract by Razor-Thin MarginThousands of Hollywood workers in the union of the International Alliance of Theater Workers have approved a new contract, but only by a very small margin.

Armed prowler terrorizing the Shadow Hills neighborhoodAuthorities are looking for a gunman suspected of being responsible for several burglaries in the Shadow Hills neighborhood in the San Fernando Valley. Kara Finnstrom reports.

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