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Hit-And-Run Kills Wheelchair-Bound Woman In North HollywoodA woman in a wheelchair was killed by a hit-and-run driver early Tuesday morning, police said.
Prosecutors Charge Men After Ryan Lochte Protest On TV ShowProsecutors have charged two protesters who rushed the stage of "Dancing with the Stars" in a protest against Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte.
LA City Council Dedicates Stan Lee DayAn omnipresent figure in the comic book universe made a cameo appearance as himself at Los Angeles City Hall Tuesday.
Trump: LAX Is Example Of 'Third-World' US InfrastructureDonald Trump is no fan of LAX.
Norwalk Event Aims To Raise Awareness For Voter RegistrationThe event will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the 12400 block of Imperial Highway.
Skywatchers Anticipate Black Moon FridayWe know blue moons happen very rarely – hence the term “once in a blue moon” – but it’s a black moon we have to look forward to Friday.

Entertainment

Selena Gomez -- Instagram's Biggest Star -- Tops 100 Million FollowersSelena Gomez isn't keeping her Instagram account to herself. The pop star has become the most followed celebrity on the popular photo sharing site.
Prosecutors Charge Men After Ryan Lochte Protest On TV ShowProsecutors have charged two protesters who rushed the stage of "Dancing with the Stars" in a protest against Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte.
LA City Council Dedicates Stan Lee DayAn omnipresent figure in the comic book universe made a cameo appearance as himself at Los Angeles City Hall Tuesday.
Emmy-Winner Viola Davis Describes Herself As Sexual Assault Survivor At Benefit To Help ChildrenViola Davis has seen the effects of sexual assault first hand.
30 Arrests Made During 1st Day Of Ozzfest In San BernardinoAuthorities say 30 people have been arrested during the first day of a music festival in San Bernardino.
Ashes To Auction: Truman Capote's Remains Sell For 45KSome people will pay good money for anything involving the late Truman Capote.

Business

Report: Disney Eyeing Potential Bid For TwitterDisney is reportedly considering a potential bid to acquire Twitter.
Dollars And Sense: The Student-Debt Crisis In AmericaCBS2's Jeff Vaughn takes a look at the country's trillion dollar problem and the toll it is taking on graduates.
App Helps Make Last-Minute Accommodations AffordableNow, there is an app promising to get travelers that spur-of-the-moment booking deal without the hefty price-tag.
Yelp Warns California Lawsuit Could Scrub Critical ReviewsYelp.com is warning that a California lawsuit targeting critical posts about a law firm could lead to the removal of negative reviews and leave consumers with a skewed assessment of restaurants and other businesses.
UPS To Hire 95,000 Seasonal Workers For Upcoming HolidaysIt's not even fall yet, but delivery companies and retailers are making their hiring lists for the holiday season.
California's Jobless Rate Increases As More Enter WorkforceThe California Employment Development Department said Friday that the rate rose one-tenth of a percentage point, to 5.5 percent.

Politics

Gov. Brown Vetoes Bill That Would Repay San Bernardino Terror Response CostsGov. Jerry Brown has vetoed legislation that would have fully repaid local agencies for about $1.6 million in costs incurred in responding to the December mass shooting in San Bernardino.
Governor Signs Law That Reduces 'Super Pollutants' To Combat Climate ChangeDairy farmers will be required to reduce methane emissions from manure to 40 percent under the new law.
Tim Kaine To Begin 2-Day Fundraising Swing Through Los AngelesDemocratic vice presidential candidate Sen. Tim Kaine will be in Los Angeles Monday for a two-day fundraising swing.
'We Condemn Those Responsible,' Says Mayor Garcetti Following Weekend Attacks In New York, New Jersey & PhiladelphiaLos Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti spoke out Saturday in response to an explosion that rocked one of New York’s trendiest neighborhoods and injured at least 29 people.
Former County Supervisor, LA Councilman Edmund Edelman To Be Laid To RestFuneral services will be held Thursday for Edmund D. Edelman, who spent 20 years as a member of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors and nine on the Los Angeles City Council.
Peace Activist Stanley Sheinbaum Dies At 96Stanley K. Sheinbaum, a former economics professor whose drive for Mideast peace had him mingling with presidents, royalty and movie stars, has died. He was 96.

Health

Strauss Family Takes On Another Fight For Life As Dad Needs KidneyJeff Strauss, of Manhattan Beach, is a single dad to a 14-year-old daughter who just beat cancer. Now he has just been diagnosed with a hereditary kidney disease that took his grandmother's life and father's life at a young age.
O.C. Health Officials Say Clinic Can No Longer Perform Procedures Until Facility Becomes Bacteria-FreeOn Wednesday, officials said hundreds of children might have been exposed to the infectious bacteria.
UCI Study Links Selfies To HappinessResearchers say taking selfies with smartphones and sharing them can make you feel good.
Vaccine Critic Dr. Bob Sears Faces Disciplinary Action For Excusing Toddler From ImmunizationsDr. Bob Sears, a nationally critic of mandatory vaccination laws and a Capistrano Beach pediatrician, faces disciplinary actions from the state medical board for recommending a 2-year-old patient forego immunizations.
Parents Demand Answers After Jurupa Valley Leprosy ScareSome parents refused to send their children to school Tuesday after receiving a warning about two possible cases of leprosy affecting students at Indian Hills Elementary School.
Hesperia Athlete Suffers Severe Head InjuryBruce Henderson, 17, suffered a serious head injury during a football game in Hesperia. According to a family friend, there's no official word on his condition.

CBS National News

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Another elite boarding school finds sex abuse in its past
Black police recruit works to shatter perceptions
Michigan man mows 58,000 square-foot “TRUMP” sign into lawn
Heat wave driving fast-growing fire south of San Fran

CBS World News

9 out of 10 people breathing excessive air pollution
Human intestines found in luggage by customs
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Young musicians are living their dreams, thanks to a recycled orchestra
Young musicians make music out of landfill trash
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