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Political Activist, Former California State Senator Tom Hayden Dead At 76A former LBJ speechwriter, Richard N. Goodwin, once said of Hayden, "without even knowing it, [he] inspired the Great Society."
Series Of Street Closures, Restrictions Announced In Advance Of President Obama VisitYou would be smart (and advised) to avoid the areas he will be traveling to and from on Monday and Tuesday.
Truck Driver Involved In Tour Bus Crash Describes Horrific OrdealThe driver, who suffered minor injuries, describes the impact of the crash and how he tried to help some of the victims.
Tour Bus Company Had Never Been Disciplined Or Sanctioned While the NTSB is sending a team to investigate Sunday's crash that killed 13 casino goers near Palm Springs, CBSLA has learned the small tour bus company had a clean record.
13 Dead, 31 Injured After Tour Bus, Truck Crash On 10 Freeway In Palm SpringsAuthorities say a tour bus and a semi-truck crashed on a thoroughfare Sunday, killing 13 people in Southern California.
Posting A Ballot Selfie? Better Check Your State Laws FirstIs it OK to take a picture of your ballot? Laws nationwide are mixed on whether voters are allowed to take pictures of themselves in the act or of their ballots — "ballot selfies".

Latest LA Sports

Dodgers Assess Another Season That Fell Short Of A World SeriesHere are some things to know about the Dodgers' year and upcoming offseason.
Ritchie, Getzlaf Lift Ducks In 4-2 Win Over VancouverNick Ritchie scored the tiebreaking goal on a rebound with 8:36 to play, captain Ryan Getzlaf had three assists and the Ducks finally opened their home schedule with a 4-2 victory over the Canucks Sunday night.
Giants' 4 Interceptions Key In 17-10 Win Over Rams In LondonThe New York Giants capitalized on four interceptions of Case Keenum to defeat the Los Angeles Rams 17-10 Sunday in the first NFL game played at London's home of English rugby.
Reaction On Twitter As Cubs Make History In ChicagoSome posts from Magic Johnson, L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti, Hillary Clinton and more.


10 Best Activities To Do In KoreatownEncompassing roughly three square miles south of Hollywood and just west of Downtown Los Angeles, Koreatown is a thriving and diverse neighborhood.
Best Activities To Do This Weekend In Los Angeles - October 24It’s the week leading up to Halloween, and there are a lot of opportunities to celebrate not just Halloween but other events, too.
Best Haunted Graveyard Tours In Los AngelesIf you have a curiosity for the tragic side of Hollywood history or if you just have a penchant for the macabre, you're not alone. 'Tis the season for ghoulish scenery.
Best 2016 Halloween-Themed Shows In Los AngelesWhether you choose not to dress up or plan on going all out, check out these top five Halloween events in Los Angeles.

Eat.See.Play OC

Best Activities To Do This Week In Orange County - October 24Leading up to Halloween, there's a week full of spooky stories, movies and costumes. Take part in the excitement of this week across Orange County.
Most Haunted Places in Orange CountyFrom famous tourist attractions to haunted celebrity boats, OC contains enough allegedly haunted places to make you think twice about turning off your night light for several weeks.
The Best Haunted Graveyard Tours in Orange CountyOrange County may be known for its sun-drenched beaches, but when Halloween rolls around, there are plenty of ways to get some spooky tours.
Best Alternatives To Trick Or Treating In Orange CountyInstead of ringing doorbells, try these Halloween activities instead.

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.

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