Marquis Ford, 24, arrested in connection with shooting outside Bossa Nova restaurant in November – KCAL9 and CBS2 News, Sports, and Weather

NFC Championship and Super Bowl get small businesses surrounding SoFi Stadium excited for the futureWith two of the biggest games of the season set to take place at SoFi Stadium over the next three weeks, area business owners are thrilled with paydays and plenty of customers they haven’t seen since the start of the pandemic.

Marquis Ford, 24, arrested in connection with shooting outside Bossa Nova restaurant in NovemberA 24-year-old Los Angeles man identified as Marquis Ford has been arrested in connection with the shooting death of a man in November outside the Bossa Nova restaurant. Police believe Ford and four other men are linked to a series of armed robberies.

Long COVID: what is it? How can it be treated?Ashok Gupta, a Long COVID researcher joined the CBS studio to discuss Long COVID, what it is and how it can be treated if symptoms persist for a long time after contracting the virus.

Health experts clear the air on new variant of COVID – BA.2Dr. Elizabeth Hudson, with Kaiser Permanente Southern California, joined the studio to discuss the new COVID variant, BA.2, which is very similar to Omicron. She also provides tips on how to safely celebrate the NFL playoffs without increasing the risk of exposure.

Big show of support on Saturday night for a street vendor attacked by a competitor the night beforeLaurie Perez reports from Whittier where a long line wound up around the corner from Tacos La Guera after a competing vendor attacked their stand Friday night in a confrontation that was caught on camera.

Firefighters work to extinguish the blaze at Hollywood Hills HomeSky9 was at the scene of a structure fire in the Hollywood Hills which also spread to nearby vegetation. Firefighters were able to put out the tall cypress trees that lined the property, then moved in to put out the flames in the attic of the house.

Firefighters battle Hollywood Hills house fireFirefighters were working to put out a fire at a home in the Hollywood Hills on Saturday night in the 3400 block of N. Oak Glen Drive.

49ers fans arriving at LAX plan to flood SoFi for NFC Championship GameDespite their best wishes, Rams fans will be joined by thousands upon thousands of 49ers fans at SoFi Stadium for the NFC Championship on Sunday.

Saturday weather forecastThe latest weather report for Southland.

Extreme East Coast weather causes cancellations at LAXAt least 35 departures from LAX were canceled on Saturday, along with 44 other flights scheduled to arrive at the airport, due to extreme weather hitting the east coast.

Ticket with all six Mega Millions numbers purchased at Woodland HillsKandis Crone is reporting from Woodland Hills where a ticket with all six numbers from Friday night’s multi-state Mega Millions draw was sold at a gas station. The ticket holder will have the choice of receiving the top prize of $421 million in 30 installments over 29 years or a lump sum payment of $289.5 million.

LAPD says he’s ready for Ram’s NFC Championship Game, as well as the Super BowlLAPD officials said they are fully prepared for any eventualities that may arise during Sunday’s NFC Championship Game, as well as the large crowds expected for the Super Bowl in two weeks.

Water use warnings in effect at several LA County beachesAuthorities have issued health warnings for the use of seawater at several Los Angeles County beaches due to bacteria levels exceeding health standards in the latest test.

Devoted Fans Arrive at LAX Ahead of Rams Vs. 49ers GameThe long-awaited event takes place on Sunday at SoFi Stadium.

One dead in downtown Los Angeles bus crashA person died on Saturday after being ejected from a party bus following a collision in downtown Los Angeles.

49ers fans on the road as Southland prepares for NFC ChampionshipDespite the Rams’ best efforts, throngs of 49ers fans are expected to storm SoFi Stadium on Sunday for the NFC Championship. In response, Rams fans across Southland are showing up for the Rams in hopes of helping their team earn a spot in the upcoming Super Bowl.

Gascón will face a second recall effortThe LA County Registrar’s Office has authorized the recall organizers to begin circulating their petition. The petition must receive valid signatures from at least 10% of registered voters in the county, 566,857, by July 6, 2022, to proceed.

Check it out: Griffth ParkLook at this it’s Griffith Park! A beloved green space amidst Los Angeles’ urban sprawl, Griffith Park began with a 3,000-acre gift from its namesake Griffith J. Griffith and has grown to more than 4,000 acres, bringing making it the 11th largest park in the country.

Rams surprise teens with Super Bowl ticketsAhead of the NFC Championship Game this Sunday, the Los Angeles Rams honored 19 players from the Watts Rams youth football program.

San Bernardino family searches for missing family memberA family desperately searches for one of their own who suspiciously disappeared after being taken to an area hospital. Now, with no information on his whereabouts, they search for answers.

Collision with large rig results in gasoline spill and lane closure in WilmingtonA collision without injury between a compact passenger vehicle and a tractor-trailer resulted in a spill of approximately 25 gallons of diesel fuel in Wilmington on the northbound 110 Freeway. Several lanes are closed while cleanup crews bring the situation under control.

Five injured after collision between car and bus near Manchester SquareFive people were injured in a violent collision between a bus and a car on Friday evening. Two of those injured are believed to be children, although their injuries are believed to be minor. Two of the other occupants of the car are said to be in critical condition.

CBSNLA: The Rundown (January 28 edition)Here are the latest local news and weather headlines. Updated twice a day.

Staff shortages cause the metro to cut service across the cityMetro officials expect to cut services in Southland by at least 10%, due to the substantial impact of staff shortages currently affecting the business. They are looking to fill nearly 600 positions by June to get things back to normal. As a result, residents and transit users face delays and frustration.

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