Latest LA News

Number Of Sick Patients From Anaheim Dental Clinic Continues To GrowOrange County Supervisor Todd Spitzer is demanding that a county emergency be declared for the kids who have been hospitalized or are facing serious infections.
Recycling Plant Fire Rages Out-Of-Control In OntarioThe fire burned near Ontario Airport but no flights were reportedly rescheduled.
Girl, 13-Months, Stabbed To Death As Apartment Is Intentionally Set Ablaze By DadPolice said the man also attempted to kill himself. He was taken into custody.
Sailor From Anaheim Killed In Northern IraqA Coronado-based explosives expert from Anaheim was killed in northern Iraq, the Navy confirmed Friday.
Sexual Predator Allegedly Breaking Into Maywood Homes To Grope WomenPolice asked for the public’s help in finding a sexual predator breaking into houses and groping female residents inside their own homes.
Long Beach Police Shoot Man Cutting His Own ThroatLong Beach police say a man who was cutting his own throat was shot and wounded when he suddenly advanced toward officers with the knife raised.

Latest LA Sports

LA Rams Week 7 Injury Report: Rams Getting Healthier On The Way To LondonLast week, the Los Angeles Rams really had some injury woes on the defensive line as they prepared to play the Detroit Lions on the road. This week as the Los Angeles organization heads to London to play the New York Giants, things are looking a bit better for the Rams.
Fantasy Football: Who To Start, Who To Sit For Week 7CBS Sports' fantasy football experts Jamey Eisenberg and Dave Richard lay out their must-start and must-sit players of the week.
Keidel: Can Steelers Win Without Big Ben?Tom Brady and Pats visit Pittsburgh this weekend to face a Steelers team led by Landry Jones, who replaces the injured Ben Roethlisberger.
Charlie 'Wild Thing' Sheen Won't Throw A First Pitch In World SeriesThe MLB shuts down the idea of having "Major League" star Charlie Sheen throw out the 1st pitch in the World Series as Wild Thing.


Best 2016 November & December Concerts In Los AngelesHalloween might be over, but there are still plenty of great concerts to take part in throughout November and December
Best Events To Do This Weekend In L.A. - October 21Figuring out what to do with two-plus days of free time is a tough task. We ran through our special calendar of events to assemble a quick list of great options.
Best Fitness Hiking Trails In & Around Los AngelesPut the gym pass away, leave that yoga mat at home and grab those hiking shoes.
Best Breweries By Neighborhood In Los AngelesAll around Los Angeles, microbreweries are crafting some stellar beers that are shaking things up. What is the best spot in each of LA's neighborhood's for beer? We've rounded them up just for you.

Eat.See.Play OC

Best Activities This Weekend In Orange County - October 21Luckily for you, we ran through our special calendars to put together a concise and great list of things you should check out this weekend.
Perfect Hikes For A Date In Orange CountyAside from great restaurants, and other activities, perhaps one of the most exciting ways to spend a day with your beloved is on one of Orange County’s best hikes.
Best Outdoor Places For Cardio In Orange CountyIn a place filled with sunshine and warm weather almost all year long, Orange County is ideal for outdoor cardio. Skip the gym next time you want to workout.
Best Pizza Spots In Newport BeachHere are some perfect local pizza places to hit in the appropriately named Newport Beach area.

Investigative Reporting

LAX Police Officer Says He Was Fired Based On False InformationRouzan contacted CBS2 News after an investigation revealed allegations by fellow officers of cronyism and retaliation within the department.
Time-Lapse Video Finds No One Turning Out Lights In City BuildingsIn a city filled with energy during the day, there's even more wasted energy at night, from lights on all night at City Hall, late at night at DWP headquarters, all day and all night at some Los Angeles County courthouses that have been closed for yea
CBS2 Investigation: Amid Drought, LADWP Caught Watering Artificial Turf At SubstationsThe Los Angeles Department of Water and Power is trying to set an example on how to reduce water use amid California's fifth consecutive year of severe drought.

More From CBS Los Angeles

KNX 1070 Newsradio
Follow Us On Twitter

Listen Live