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Pets Get Relief At AirportsPet relief areas will be required at major airports across the country by August. Some airports are ahead of the game, having installed grass strips, fire hydrants and "wooftops." LAX, Ontario and John Wayne/Orange County all have pet relief areas.
2 Workers Injured On Film Set In Downtown LAThe cause of the accident is under investigation.
$250,000 Worth Of Counterfeit Major League Baseball Jerseys Seized From El Monte ShopThe jerseys were seized from an El Monte tattoo supply business.
California Legislature Approves 12 Gun-Control Measures Before BreakLegislative leaders hailed the move as the nation's most aggressive gun control effort and proof that firearm restrictions are politically viable.
First Fatality For Self-Driving CarsA Tesla owner was killed when his self-driving car's cameras confused a semi with the sky.
Apple's New Patent Could Block Pics, VideoNew technology could stop you from taking photos and video at concerts. Some smart phone users would hate it, but other concert-goers would like to see an end to digital disruption.


Celebrities Record Tribute To Nightclub VictimsCelebrities are paying tribute to the 49 victims of the Pulse nightclub massacre in a video released by gay-advocacy group Human Rights Campaign.
Lionsgate To Buy Cable TV Operator Starz For $4.4BFilm and TV studio Lionsgate is buying cable channel operator Starz in a deal worth $4.4 billion.
'Selfie Dad' Becomes Famous By Mocking DaughterChris "Burr" Martin mimicked his daughter's sexy selfies and posted them on social medial to teach her a lesson.
Actor Drake Bell Pleads Not Guilty To DUI Charge Following Arrest Last DecemberIf convicted as charged, Bell faces a possible maximum sentence of 365 days in county jail.
Film Academy Doubles Number Of Invitees After #OscarsSoWhite OutcrySix months after announcing intentions to double the number of female and minority members in its ranks by 2020, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has invited 683 new members to join the organization.
Dennis Quaid's Wife Files For Divorce After 12 YearsActor Dennis Quaid's nearly 12-year marriage is coming to an end.


Pepsi To Reintroduce Aspartame In New Diet BeverageThe company will start selling the new Diet Pepsi Classic Sweetener Blend this fall, which will contain aspartame in its formula. But, Diet Pepsi will continue to be sweetened without aspartame.
Bank Of America To Eliminate Up To 8,000 Jobs In Retail Division: Report Bank of America is reportedly set to fire as many as 8,000 employees within its retail banking division.
UCLA Anderson Forecast: Outcome Of November Election Could Threaten Jobs In CaliforniaEmployment in California continues to grow at a steady pace, but the November election could threaten the state’s success, according to a UCLA Anderson Forecast released Wednesday.
Dunkin’ Donuts Launches New Mobile App That Lets Customers Order On-The-GoDunkin' Donuts Monday launched a new mobile app that makes on-the-go ordering a possibility.
Secret To Success For Off-Price Stores Is Thrill Of The Hunt, Retail Analysts SayIt's the thrill of the hunt that retail analysts say is driving shoppers to off-price stores like Marshalls, T.J. Maxx, and HomeGoods.
Startup Wants To Put Self-Driving Big Rigs On US HighwaysPicture an 18-wheel truck barreling down the highway with 80,000 pounds of cargo and no one but a robot at the wheel.


California Voters To Face Up To 18 Ballot Questions In NovemberVoters will face up to 18 ballot questions in November that could end the death penalty, cut into the cost of prescription drugs and free marijuana smokers to legally light up in the nation's most populous state.
LA City Council Votes To Put Homeless Bond Measure On November BallotThe Los Angeles City Council voted Thursday whether to ask voters to authorize $1.2 billion in bonds to be issued over 10 years to tackle the city’s homeless problem.
Attorney General Brings Community Policing Tour To Los AngelesU.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch will bring her national “Community Policing Tour” to Los Angeles Wednesday.
Gov. Jerry Brown Signs Budget Of More Than $122 billionGov. Jerry Brown signed a state budget Monday that uses a slice of California's revenue surplus to boost assistance for the poor and send more money to universities but keeps other new ongoing spending commitments to a minimum.
Report: It's Harder To Know Who's Paying For Political AdsIt's getting harder to know who is funding political advertising at the state level as more money becomes anonymous or is filtered from one political action committee to another, a new study finds.
Hillary Clinton To Attend Town Hall Discussion On Digital Content In HollywoodPresumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton will be in town Tuesday to take part in a town hall discussion with digital content creators in Hollywood.


CDC: 3 Babies Born In US With Birth Defects Caused By ZikaThree babies with birth defects caused by Zika have been born in the U.S., the government reported Thursday in its first accounting of pregnancy outcomes involving the virus.
Tustin Man Remains Hospitalized After E-Cigarette Explodes In His MouthA Tustin man is in stable condition after an E-Cigarette exploded in his face.
Young Woman Given Weeks To Live As Infant Graduates From Corona HighA young woman given weeks to live as an infant graduated from Corona High School on Wednesday.
Traditional Prom Held For Kids Who Have Autism, Special NeedsPrincicpal Sue Anne Kaples started the prom five years ago. It always moves her to tears.
Report: Fewer Parks Lead to Worse Health In L.A. CountyL.A. County residents with limited park space may be more prone to health problems including heart disease, strokes and diabetes, according to county health officials.
First Look At Dog After Detoxing From Heroin, MethamphetaminePolice found Bubba high on drugs with his owner at a Tustin motel.

CBS National News

Federal judge blocks new Florida abortion law
N.Y. man harrasses woman with bag of feces
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Hunt continues for bear that killed mountain biker

CBS World News

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Turkish official confirms suicide bombers' nationalities

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