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Midnight Mission, Laugh Factory among those serving Thanksgiving meals to thousands of Angelenos in needAfter taking a different shape last year due to coronavirus restrictions, many Thanksgiving events to feed the needy and raise money for charities returned to Los Angeles on Thursday.

Amber Lee’s Weather Forecast (November 25)Thursday a high of 77 for the beaches and 77 for the valleys.

CBSNLA: The Rundown (November 25th Edition)Here are the latest headlines in local news and weather. Updated twice a day.

Powerful Santa Ana winds are knocking out power to thousands in Southland on ThanksgivingStrong Santa Ana winds raked much of the South Country Wednesday night and Thanksgiving morning — knocking out power for thousands and forcing them to change their vacation plans — cutting down trees and creating conditions ripe for wildfires. Kara Finnstrom reports that.

FBI Elite Task Force in Las Vegas tracks down fugitives in Southern CaliforniaCBS2’s Chris Holmstrrom talks to the FBI about an elite Las Vegas task force tracking down Southern California fugitives.

High winds lead to failure and fire hazardNicole Comstock reports from Riverside where the wind stoked the Arlanza Fire, which was 90% contained but then jumped over the containment lines. Firefighters said they are largely in control of the fire, which burns in mulch. However, residents in Riverside, San Bernardino and LA counties are experiencing power outages from SoCal Edison to prevent further fires.

Wind topples tree in BurbankSky2’s Desmond Shaw is located in Burbank, where high winds have toppled a tree on Magnolia Blvd., near Keystone Street.

Smash-and-grab robbery in Nordstrom in Canoga ParkA string of high-end retail robberies continued Wednesday night after a smash-and-grab robbery occurred at Nordstrom in Canoga Park in the Westfield Topanga shopping center.

Santa Ana Wind returns for Thanksgiving; Thousands in Southland at risk of power cutsSanta Ana wind gusts and dry conditions will return on Wednesday, prompting forecasters to raise a red flag for critical wildfires that will continue through Friday in much of Los Angeles and Ventura counties and could cause power outages for thousands of people as a precaution. .

Wind kicks up Riverside Brusher as SoCal Edison cuts power to some customers due to fire issuesNicole Comstock reports from Riverside where a bushfire in Arlanza, previously 90% controlled, flared up again with high winds driving flames over containment lines, threatening some structures. Residents in the area also face preventative blackouts to prevent the spread of wildfires, just as many people in the area prepare their Thanksgiving dinners.

Arlanza Fire calls for evacuations and road closuresSky9’s Desmond Shaw reports overhead where the City of Riverside Fire Department issued evacuations and road closures after the Arlanza fire leapt over containment lines and is burning in mulch, authorities say.

3 dead, 3 injured in huge wreck of Manhattan BeachThree people were killed and three more injured, including a child, in a car crash in Manhattan Beach Tuesday night.

Smash and grab at Nordstrom in Westfield Topanga MallPolice respond to a possible robbery of the Nordstrom store at the Westfield Topanga shopping center in Canoga Park.

Criminal Defense Attorney Rachel Fiset Overturns Sentences In Trial Of Men Convicted Of Ahmaud Arbery MurderPat Harvey and Jeff Vaughn speak with criminal defense attorney Rachel Fiset about the specific list of charges against the men convicted of the murder of Ahmaud Arbery.

STEAM: Meet the Founders of the Hyperspace Bypass Construction Zone of HYBYCOZOSerge Beaulie and Yelene Filipchuck show geometry as stewards of a new kind of art.

LAX spokesperson, Heath Montgomery, talks about airport travel this ThanksgivingDirector of Public Relations at LAX talks to Juan Fernandez and Suzie Suh about what travelers can expect as they travel through Los Angeles International Airport this Thanksgiving vacation.

Five injured in crash on highway in Sylmar AreaAt least five people, including two children, were injured in a multi-vehicle collision on the 5 Freeway in Sylmar on Wednesday.

LA Kings hold youth camps in Mexico CityEarlier this month, the Kings held a youth camp in Mexico City as part of the team’s effort to grow the game of hockey internationally. CBS2’s Jim Hill spoke with Kings President and General Manager Luc Robitaille and former player and current Director of Hockey Programming, Derek Armstrong, about how it all started and where they hope it can go.

Crowds scramble to pick up last minute Thanksgiving itemsMichele Gile reports from Huntington Beach where lines of people waited outside HoneyBaked Hams to pick up their orders, or at busy supermarkets to pick up Thanksgiving dinner items or at Costco where dozens of cars were waiting their turn to pump gas, all from these products, of course, cost more than last year around this time.

2 Million Thanksgiving Holiday Travelers Expected to Pass Through LAXSpend enough time at Los Angeles International Airport and you’ll find some incredible stories.

NFL, Stan Kroenke To Pay $790 Million Settlement In St. Louis Leaving Lawsuit Of RamsNFL and Rams owner Stan Kroenke will pay $790 million to settle a lawsuit brought by the interests of St. Louis over the team’s move to Los Angeles, a joint city and county statement said. St. Louis Wednesday.

Exclusive: 2 Arrests in the Death of James Vargas, Murdered in Front of His Wife and ChildrenJoy Benedict reports from South Los Angeles, where the family of James Vargas, shot and murdered in front of his wife and children, are speaking out about the latest arrests in the case.

Santa Ana Wind returns for Thanksgiving; Thousands in Southland at risk of power cutsSanta Ana wind gusts and dry conditions will return on Wednesday, prompting forecasters to raise a red flag for critical wildfires that will continue through Friday in much of Los Angeles and Ventura counties and could cause power outages for thousands of people as a precaution. .

Some 4 million residents are expected to drive on Thanksgiving, leading to serious trafficChris Holmstrom reports along I-5 heading south, near Griffith Park, which experts say is a bottleneck for motorists on the road over the Thanksgiving holiday.

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