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Authorities Still Searching For Suspect In Tragic Murder Of Brianna Kupfer – KCAL9 and CBS2 News, Sports, and Weather

Authorities Still Searching For Suspect In Tragic Murder Of Brianna Kupfer – KCAL9 and CBS2 News, Sports, and Weather

Authorities are still searching for a suspect in the tragic murder of Brianna KupfferLos Angeles Police Department officers are still searching for the suspect in the tragic murder of Brianna Kupffer, who was working at Croft House on La Brea Street on Thursday afternoon when she was murdered. She was attending UCLA to get a degree in Architectural Design.

Criminal defense attorney explains Sheriff Villanueva’s decision to file federal charges in Los Angeles police officer’s murderCriminal defense attorney Alexandra Kazarian joined the studio to discuss the case surrounding the murder of Los Angeles Police Officer Fernando Arroyos, and the process by which the Los Angeles County Police Department filed federal charges, rather than going through the Los Angeles County Office.

Fatal shooting in Compton prompts Sheriff’s Department to investigateA woman was fatally shot in Compton on Friday afternoon, prompting Los Angeles County Police Department deputies to investigate. The suspect is reportedly still at large, and authorities are seeking any additional information about the incident.

CBSNLA: The Rundown (January 14 p.m. release)Here are the latest local news and weather headlines. It is updated twice daily.

2 accused of shooting Los Angeles police officer appear in federal courtRachel Kim reports from downtown Los Angeles where two suspects in the murder of 27-year-old Los Angeles police officer Fernando Arroyo have appeared in federal court.

SWAT on a scene from the Hollywood Hills Barrier ConditionSky2’s Desmond Shaw reports from over the Hollywood Hills as SWAT is on the scene for five hours in barrier mode. Reportedly, a swindler in the house pulled his gun on someone and ran inside the house.

The train robbery investigation continues, Union Pacific is working to solve the problemShocking images of hundreds of packages scattered around train tracks in East Los Angeles have sparked widespread outrage. With multiple reports of thieves still coming in on the site, it remains clear that a comprehensive solution is necessary. A spokesperson for Union Pacific has joined the studio to discuss their role in the accident and how they are working to resolve the issue as quickly as possible.

Culver City is unified to cancel 3 school days due to the COVID SpikeThe Culver City Unified School District announced Friday that it will cancel three school days next week due to the COVID-19 surge.

Hospitalizations continue to rise amid the latest wave of COVIDThe Los Angeles County Department of Public Health again reported that the county’s positive case numbers are over 40,000, with more than 4,200 hospitalized patients with the virus.

Two women from Rancho Cucamonga arrested for abusing an 8-month-old babyTwo women, who work at the Kiddie Academy in Rancho Cucamonga, have been arrested in connection with an allegation of child abuse resulting from the abuse of an 8-month-old baby in their care, who was neglected and reportedly had a skull fracture. The authorities fear that there may be more casualties.

Costa Mesa Police launched Operation Bait Car to stop the theft of the catalytic converterThe Costa Mesa Police Department has launched a new operation against these thieves after catalytic converter theft doubled between 2020 and 2021.

Union Pacific: Burglary training up 356% due to George Gascon’s cashless bail policy in Los Angeles CountyMedical equipment, designer handbags, luggage, pillows, airline parts, children’s artwork, even a new wine fridge—all these and more items stolen from Union Pacific trains and dumped alongside tracks in East Los Angeles.

Police arrest a man allegedly brandishing a gun in Sherman Oaks RalphsPolice arrested the suspect after he brandished a gun at a customer inside the grocery store.

The White House allocates $26.5 billion to repair the nation’s bridgesThe money from last year’s Infrastructure Act aims to create jobs, improve safety and help keep goods moving efficiently. Amy Johnson reports.

People make a difference: a community of friendsOn Tonight’s People Make a Difference, Amy Johnson takes a look at a local nonprofit that addresses mental health and homelessness.

2 KDE Academy staff accused of abusing a babyThe 8-month-old was taken to hospital with a skull fracture, which prompted an investigation. Amy Johnson reports.

Some CVS and Walgreens pharmacies will be closed on weekendsWeekend hours are being cut in some stores due to staffing issues across the country. Amy Johnson reports.

Free at-home COVID test kits are available at the Drive-Thru event in WhittierWhittier will also host a free test drive event at Parnell Park on Saturday. Amy Johnson reports.

Culver City is unified to cancel 3 school days due to the COVID SpikeThe Culver City Unified School District announced Friday that it will cancel three school days next week due to the COVID-19 surge.

New LA Superintendent Makes First School VisitAlberto Carvalho made his first school visit Friday since his appointment as the new LAUC District principal. We have Joe Benedict.

High speed chase with stolen Cadillac winds through southern Los AngelesSeveral suspects were arrested after a violent manhunt that took place early Friday morning in South Los Angeles that involved a stolen Cadillac.

Where does the prosecution stand a year after the January 6 rebellion in the Capitol?Where does federal prosecutors stand a year after the January 6 rebellion on the Capitol? Scott MacFarlane is the CBS News Congressional Correspondent from Washington, DC

LA Zoo to start pre-ordering onlineIt is not recommended to sell tickets without prior appointment and is not guaranteed. Susan Marques reports.

Forecast Alex Beston (January 14)High 67 for beaches and 75 for valleys Friday.

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