Navy sailor A.A. Woodward, known as Bill, had a baby on the way when he left Orange County for duty aboard the USS Arizona.
An Army sergeant from Burbank, who was severely injured in the line of duty, was honored at Dodger Stadium Wednesday.
Bobbie Smith is a living legend in the Long Beach Unified School District. And on Friday, the school was officially re-named after her.
A Coast Guard crew was honored Friday with saving the life of a man who survived seven hours in the water after falling off a fishing boat.
Walking up to the residence Saturday, the Bawdens thought they were one of many military families still in the running to make the three bedroom, three bathroom their new home, mortgage free.
Cameron Burt, 17, will get his diploma Wednesday from Brea Olinda High School.
The 88-year-old entertainer was criticized for expressing his distaste for female comedians a few years ago, but in clarifying his comments, he called Lucille Ball “brilliant” and said Carol Burnett is “the greatest female entrepreneur of comedy.”
A statue honoring San Bernardino County Sheriff’s detective Jeremiah MacKay will be unveiled Sunday in Lake Arrowhead.
A San Bernardino Sheriff’s Detective killed in the February manhunt with Christopher Dorner was honored Thursday by the department that he served for 15 years.
A Santa Monica woman who ran 52 marathons in 52 weeks to help fight pancreatic cancer, will be honored Sunday, May 19 as the 28th Senate District’s Woman of the Year.
Actor Corbin Bernsen talked to CBS2 Friday about the passing of his mother, “Young and Restless” legend Jeanne Cooper who died this week.
A Southland running group is responding to the Boston Marathon bombings by lacing up their running shoes.
“The Talk” — produced weekdays from Stage 16 on the CBS Radford lot — honored actress Valerie Harper Wednesday with a bronze plaque on the same sound stage where her classic sitcom “Rhoda” was filmed from 1974-1978.
Hundreds gathered for a candlelight vigil Tuesday night in honor of a San Bernardino County sheriff’s detective who was killed last week allegedly by Christopher Dorner.
The 63rd/445th Norton vets are constructing a monument that will stand outside the soon-to-be completed Norton Air Force Museum but they need the public’s help to defray costs.