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United Airlines To Customers: 'Your Leggings Are Welcome'United Airlines doubled down Monday on their policy against leggings – at least for its pass travelers - but customers wearing leggings are still welcome.
Strong Winds Could Bring Down Trees, Power LinesStrong and potentially damaging winds will rake Southern California’s mountain and valley areas Monday and Tuesday morning, according to the National Weather Service.
Man Arrested In Connection With Deadly Drive-By Shooting In PomonaAnyone with information about this case has been urged to contact the Pomona Police Department's Homicide Bureau at (909) 620-2095.
2 Men Hospitalized After Gunman Opens Fire In Santa AnaThe motive for the shooting remains under investigation.
Granada Hills Charter High School Takes Home State Gold In Academic Decathlon (Again)The team representing that school has won the state's top prize six times in the past seven years.
Police Looking For Man Who Slips Out Of Handcuffs In Patrol Car And EscapesDeputies say 31-year-old Charles Brown had been arrested for transportation of narcotics.

Latest LA Sports

Blazers Beat Lakers, Tie Denver For Final Spot In WestDamian Lillard scored 22 points and the Portland Trail Blazers beat the Los Angeles Lakers 97-81 on Sunday night to pull even with Denver in the race for the final playoff spot in the Western Conference.
Ducks Soar In 6-3 Win Over RangersAndrew Cogliano scored the go-ahead goal early in the third period, Jonathan Bernier made 25 saves and the Anaheim Ducks won their fourth straight game by defeating Henrik Lundqvist and the New York Rangers 6-3 on Sunday night.
Kings Rally From 18 Down In Fourth To Stun ClippersCauley-Stein made a follow shot with two seconds left to cap the Sacramento Kings' rally from an 18-point, fourth-quarter deficit for a 98-97 victory over the Los Angeles Clippers on Sunday night.
5 Things: Sweet 16 And Elite 8 WeekendSome of the best moments, stats, and highlights you may have missed this weekend.

Eat.See.Play

Best New & Upcoming Exhibits To See At The Natural History MuseumThe Natural History Museum of Los Angeles was the first dedicated museum building in Los Angeles and offers several exciting exhibits.
Best Upcoming Charity Events In Los AngelesThe anthem "we're all in this together" has never rung truer than right now, in L.A., in our country and in the world. One way to get involved is to contribute to a charity.
Best Upcoming Charity Events In OCGoing to a charity event, rather than directly assisting those in need, is the best way for some people to help.
Best Activities To Do This Week In Los Angeles - March 27This week, see two new exhibits at a westside gallery, catch two hot stage performances, and don’t miss two very different events at LA LIVE.

Eat.See.Play OC

Best Upcoming Conventions Near Orange CountySouthern California conventions halls host a myriad of shows throughout the year. From bridal expos to ones that show off the best in jewelry, these are the top ones to visit.
Best Double Date Ideas In Orange CountyLooking for some good ideas for your next double-date? Dinner and a movie is the old, so why not take it to another level?
Best Upcoming Shows At The Segerstrom Center For The ArtsOrange County's Center for the Performing Arts does not disappoint this year with many performances you won't want to miss out on.
Best Splash Parks In Orange CountySure, you can head to the beach for summer play, but splash parks are another option for staying cool with the family.

Investigative Reporting

Teenage Rape Victim Finds Vast Support Network After Going Public With StoryA courageous teenager who revealed the painful details of her rape case for the first time on CBS2 in November says she found a vast support network after she went public with her story.
Garcetti: LA Should Refund Drivers Ticketed By Faulty Camera"I would encourage MTA to refund those dollars, and for the sheriff to stop issuing those tickets until it's fixed.”
Could Aliso Canyon Gas Leak Be Causing Cancer? Two People Say YesThe gas leak made headlines as people were evacuated for months until the well was capped. Now 17 months later, the first signs of a deadly cancer are beginning to show. CBS2's investigative reporter David Goldstein has the story.

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