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Solis left after a disagreement with station management, and was replaced by Mauricio Cardenas.Calderon was transferred to the newly acquired independent station KWHY-TV (channel 22) to anchor its 10 p.m. Navarro was joined by former Telemundo and Telenoticias anchor Raul Peimbert, who later left the station for a government position in his native Mexico.

KBSC was never a serious competitor against established independents KTLA (channel 5), KHJ-TV (channel 9, now KCAL-TV), KTTV (channel 11) and KCOP (channel 13).Few television sets could receive UHF broadcasts at the time, and there was insufficient program inventory.The station operated on a half-day schedule, usually signing on in the early afternoon and signing off in the late evening.Ratings fell due to personnel changes, and longtime Univision anchor Eduardo Quezada joined Navarro at 6 and 11 p.m.In early 2006, Navarro and Quezada were moved from the 11 p.m. The station introduced weekend evening newscasts anchored by former weeknight anchor Mirthala Salinas, former TV Azteca anchor Eduardo Blancas and weather anchor Carolina Davalos.The evening newscasts were anchored by Mexican native Azalea Iniguez, Mexican journalist and former CBS Telenoticias reporter Ruben Luengas and weather anchor-feature reporter Sal Morales (who joined KVEA from its San Francisco sister station KSTS and was a substitute anchor for Luengas).

California Highway Patrol officer Guillermo Preciado later joined the newscasts as a traffic reporter.A weekday news program from 6 to 7 a.m., Buenos Días Los Angeles, accompanied the two evening newscasts and new anchors and reporters were introduced.After the September 11 attacks in 2001 KVEA expanded Buenos Días to two hours, starting at 5 a.m.The station's news department, which had initially broadcast at 6 and 11 p.m.weekdays after its acquisition by Telemundo, expanded on January 15, 2001 to compete with Spanish-language news station KMEX.KVEA presently broadcasts 19 hours and 55 minutes of locally produced newscasts weekly: three hours and 35 minutes each weekday and one hour each Saturday and Sunday.