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Love Week, Day 2: Dating AppsAccording to Dr. Emily Morse it is now easier for single people to find dates using their smart phones, Lisa Sigell reports.
Unique Place Gives Parents Working From Home OptionsCollab & Play offers parents, who work from home, an alternative to daycare. Kristine Lazar reports.
Jackie Johnson's Weather Forecast (Feb. 9)Sunny and warm with temperatures in the 70s and 80s expected through the weekend and even into next week. Jackie Johnson reports.
CBSLA Late-Afternoon Newsbrief (Feb. 9)Get your news and weather headlines in less than two minutes with the Newsbrief.
Police Arrest Woman Suspected Of Robbing Garden Grove BankPolice say they caught up with the suspect shortly after, thanks to the quick action of two bank tellers. Michele Gile reports. Afternoon Newsbrief (Feb. 9)Get the latest news and weather in just under two minutes.
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This Week On CBS2 News At 5 PM: Love WeekValentine's Day is near, and CBS2 News is bringing you Love Week. We'll cover a range of topics from online dating to rekindling romance, and we'll even talk with a relationship expert.
Record-Breaking Temperatures Hit Southern CaliforniaFor the second day in a row, residents across Southern California can expect to feel record breaking temperatures, meteorologists said Tuesday. CBS2's Jasmine Viel reports.
TRENDING ON 2: Angry Elderly Panther Fan Loses It, And The Biggest Bunny You Have Ever SeenErick Weber looks at what's trending this morning on CBS2.
Firefighter Hurt In Structure FireCrews Tuesday extinguished a structure fire that erupted at an industrial building in downtown Los Angeles. Morning Newsbrief (Feb. 9)Get the latest news and weather in just under two minutes.
Josh Rubenstein's Weather Forecast (Feb. 9)CBS2's Josh Rubenstein delivers your morning weather forecast.
Tonight On CBS2 News At 11 PM: Sex Offender FollowupTonight On CBS2 News At 11PM: Our investigation caught this sex offender working within easy reach of children. Investigative reporter David Goldstein asks the question: Why are he and others being left off the state sex-offender website?

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