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Caught On Camera: Road Rage Incident In Glendale Leads To Fist Fight On Moving FreewayLots of honking can be heard as other drivers can't believe the two cars have stopped in the middle of the busy 134.
Video Captures Priceless Moment When Pizza Delivery Man Realizes He Won $1.2 MillionCameras captured the priceless moment when a Hemet pizza delivery man realized he had won a $1.2 million jackpot.
Only On 2: Oxnard Pastor Hires Extra Security After Receiving Threatening, Racist Letter"The letter referred to me as an ape and said 'pin a medal on James Earl Ray, he did the world a favor.'"
Will Pre-Activated Credit Cards Encourage Mail Theft? "If somebody gets ahold of the card and uses it fraudulently, they won't be liable for any of those charges."
Long Beach Looking To Ban Hoverboards From Busy SidewalksHoverboards are becoming more popular among some, but Long Beach wants to ban them from busy sidewalks.
Power Restored In Hollywood After Person Climbs Power Pole, Is Critically InjuredAuthorities say power has been restored in Hollywood after a person climbed onto a power pole and was critically injured.

Entertainment

Trailer Released For 'Fuller House' Ahead Of Show's PremiereThe new series, which is expected to premiere on the streaming service Feb. 26, brings back much of the cast from the original show about the Tanner family.
Adele Fans In LA Won't Have To Wait Until August To Say 'Hello' To Mega-StarAdele fans won't need to wait until August to see her in concert.
Kanye West Tweet Saying Bill Cosby Is Innocent Draws Strong Rebuke From Gloria Allred"Kanye West has a lot of nerve to have tweeted “Bill Cosby innocent!”, she wrote in a statement.
Johnny Depp Plays The Role Of Donald Trump In An Online Mock DocumenatryJohnny Depp stars in a mock online documentary about GOP candidate Donald Trump.
'Yes, Again': 'NCIS' Actress Pauley Perrette Reports Latest Encounter With Transient For the second time in less than three months, "NCIS" star Pauley Perrette is alleging she was accosted by a transient.
What Stars Will Be Dining On During Music's Biggest Night: The GRAMMYsDuring music’s biggest night, which airs on CBS Feb. 15, the food and drinks are expected to be flowing from morning to late in the night.

Business

VW Submits Fix For 3.0-Liter Diesels To California OfficialsThe Volkswagen Group of America submitted its proposal Tuesday to bring Porsches, Audis and Volkswagen cars with six-cylinder, 3.0-liter diesel engines up to California's air quality standards after state regulators found the vehicles were programmed to emit cleaner emissions on government treadmill tests than on the real road.
McDonald's Faces Proposed Class-Action Over Allegations It Misbranded Its Mozzarella SticksMcDonald's Corp. is facing a proposed class-action lawsuit over allegations the fast-food chain falsely advertised its mozzarella sticks as being made with "100% real cheese."
Yahoo Announces Layoffs For 1,700 EmployeesYahoo is laying off about 1,700 employees and shedding some of its excess baggage.
Hilton Launches New Budget Hotel Chain Aimed At Young GuestsHilton is launching a new hotel brand, focusing on budget travelers looking to spend $90 to $100 a night.
How Do Non-Profits Affect The Larger Economy?According to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics, an aging population will lead to a greater need in our societies demand for workers who assist the elderly.
It Really Does Cost More To Be Female, Report ShowsA new report shows it really does cost more to be female.

Politics

San Diego Settles Harassment Lawsuit Against Ex-MayorThe city of San Diego on Tuesday agreed to pay $667,000 to former Mayor Bob Filner's executive assistant, who said her boss repeatedly tried to hug and kiss her, locked her in a kitchen and proposed sex on a conference table.
Boxer, Feinstein Seek Federal Review Of Porter Ranch Gas LeakU.S. Sens. Barbara Boxer and Dianne Feinstein say they will seek federal review of an ongoing leak of natural gas from a utility's underground storage site that has forced thousands of people to leave nearby Los Angeles neighborhoods.
Another California Bill Would Ban 'Bullet Button' WeaponsAnother California bill seeks to close a legal loophole that allows firearms to include "bullet buttons" to rapidly exchange empty ammunition magazines for full ones.
Fraudulent Voting, Perjury Convictions Of Richard Alarcon, Wife Overturned By Appeals CourtA state appeals court panel reversed the convictions Wednesday of former Los Angeles City Councilman Richard Alarcon and his wife, Flora, who were charged with fraudulent voting and perjury by declaration.
Long Beach City Council Votes To Raise Minimum Wage To $13 By 2019The Long Beach City Council has voted to raise the minimum wage in the city to $13 an hour by 2019.
Arum: Pacquiao Undercard Will Be All-Hispanic Reply To TrumpBoxing promoter Bob Arum plans to make a statement against Donald Trump with an all-Hispanic undercard on his next big pay-per-view show.

Health

Love Week, Day 3: Finding Love In The Real WorldLove Dr. Emily Morse give you tips on how you can find love by going out into the real world.
Love Week, Day 2: Dating Apps
Video Captures Touching Moment As Doctor, Surgery Patient Share Music JamFootage captured a touching moment as a patient on a gurney played a music jam with his surgeon.
Health Officials Looking Into 20 Potential Zika Virus Cases In LA CountyResidents are being urged to take precautions against mosquito bites, especially for those planning to travel to areas experiencing outbreaks of the Zika virus.
Leading Expert On Zika Virus Says It's Worse Than You ImaginedIt will likely be a year or more before we know how many people were infected.
World Health Leaders Call For Emergency Talks On Zika VirusWorld health leaders moved quickly Thursday to deal with the spread of the Zika virus, which has been confirmed in at least one Los Angeles County case.

CBS National News

Cliven Bundy arrested; Oregon refuge standoff climaxing?
Cop shot during standoff in Fargo, North Dakota
​FBI surrounds last occupiers at Oregon refuge
Cruise ship returns to N.J. port after severe storm
Fatal Minn. police shooting case goes to prosecutors
​Feds: Harmful formaldehyde levels in Lumber Liquidators flooring

CBS World News

Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio pause campaigns to vote on North Korea sanctions
​Spain: Puppeteers in terror case released from jail
Pope Francis on Ash Wednesday: "Be more sensitive"
India begins massive deworming campaign for millions of children
Female suicide bombers kill dozens in Nigeria
Preaching austerity, Egypt president rolls out 2.5-mile red carpet

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