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Researchers Leverage Blockchain Technology To Make It Easier For Students To Transfer College CreditsTransferring college credits can be a difficult process, but a research team led by the University of Arizona is developing technology to change that. Katie Johnston reports.

Caught On Video: Thousands Of Dolphins Stampede Next To Whale Watching Boat Off Newport BeachA whale-watching trip off Newport Beach got lucky Monday when it came upon thousands of dolphins stampeding right alongside their boat. Katie Johnston reports.

LA Sports Fan Turns 104!Let’s celebrate LA sports fan, Gertrude Drucker, who turned 104 in February! Kristin Smith has the story on this centenarian who is really an inspiration to us all!

McLaren 570 Damaged In Race Against Lamborghini On 101 FreewayThe CHP poked fun at the two drivers after tweeting out images of the crash. Pat Harvey reports.

Asylum Seekers Allowed to Enter The U.S. At San Ysidro Port Of EntryRep. Nanette Barragan traveled to the border to see the entry of asylum seekers for herself. Jasmine Viel reports.

Anaheim Residents Can Apply For Up To 80% Of Their Rent When New Round Of Emergency Rental Assistance Opens On March 1Anaheim residents having a tough time paying the rent can apply to get help from the city of Anaheim. Katie Johnston reports.

LA Flags To Fly At Half-Staff To Honor 500,000 Lives Lost To COVID-19Los Angeles city flags will fly at half-staff to honor the more than 500,000 people in the United States who have died of COVID-19, Mayor Eric Garcetti announced Monday. Katie Johnston reports.

Resident Describes Scene After Driver Careens Into Paramount HomeA driver was killed after a car slammed into a home in Paramount in the early morning hours Tuesday. Kara Finnstrom reports.

LA City Vaccination Sites Reopen Tuesday After Weather-Delayed Shipments Finally ArriveCOVID-19 vaccination sites run by the city of Los Angeles will reopen Tuesday after being shuttered last week because of winter storms which hit several parts of the U.S., halting shipments carrying tens of thousands of doses of the vaccine. Tina Patel reports.

Driver Shot, Killed After Ramming Police Cruisers During Ontario PursuitA pursuit came to a violent end early Tuesday morning in Ontario after the suspect was shot and killed by officers after ramming his car into several police cruisers.

Driver Killed After Car Careens Into Paramount HomeA driver was killed after a car slammed into a home in Paramount in the early morning hours Tuesday.

Eastvale Man Charged With Murder In Connection With Overdose DeathAn Eastvale man has been charged with second-degree murder in connection with the overdose death of an 18-year-old, the Riverside County District Attorney’s Office said Monday.

CBS2 Celebrates Black History Month: Dulan’s Soul Food KitchenDeMarco Morgan introduces CBS2 viewers to the family behind Dulan’s Soul Food Kitchen.

Organizer Of Good Samaritan Effort To Protect Asian American Family Is Threatened With Possible Defamation LawsuitThe family has finally gotten to have some peaceful nights with the outpouring of support from neighbors, but now some parents of the teens are threatening to sue the organizer for posting one of the alleged harassment incidents on social media as captured on home surveillance video. Stacey Butler reports.

Los Angeles County Continuing Vaccinations Efforts Despite Ongoing ShortagesDespite ongoing COVID-19 vaccine shortages, both the city and county of Los Angeles are continuing to move forward with their vaccination programs.

Matthew “Mack” Robinson: Pasadena LegendMost know Jackie Robinson’s story, but his older brother Matthew “Mack” Robinson is a sports legend in his own right. Kristin Smith has more from those who knew him best.

Evelyn Taft’s Weather Forecast (Feb. 22)Evelyn Taft takes a look at tonight’s weather.

Spectrum Says Internet Service Restored After Hours-Long OutageSpectrum said it had fixed an unspecified problem that left many people around Los Angeles without internet Monday night.

SUV Crashes Into Preschool In Saugus; No Major Injuries ReportedThree children were transported to the hospital as a precaution Monday after a car crashed into a preschool in Saugus. Chris Holmstrom reports.

Crowd Gathers, Driver Arrested After Pursuit Ends In South LAA driver who led police on a pursuit through the South Los Angeles area Monday was taken into custody without incident.

Biden Commemorates 500,000 U.S. Lives Lost To COVID-19Hours after the U.S. crossed the threshold of 500,000 deaths from COVID-19, President Joe Biden commemorated the lives lost over the past year on Monday night. No other country has lost more lives to the yearlong pandemic than the U.S.

Eastvale Man, 21, Charged With Murder In Connection With Overdose DeathA 21-year-old Eastvale man has been charged with second-degree murder in connection with the overdose death of an 18-year-old, the Riverside County District Attorney’s Office said Monday.

Orange County Continues To Report Positive COVID-19 TrendsOrange County inched closer to moving from the purple tier to the less restrictive red tier Monday as coronavirus cases continued to decline.

CBS2 Celebrates Black History Month: Dorris “Dorie” Miller and Benjamin O. Davis Jr.War hero, Dorris “Dorie” Miller was the first African American awarded the Navy Cross. Benjamin O. Davis Jr. was the first African American to become a General in the U.S. Air Force