This week marks a special anniversary for one of our very own here at the CBS2/KCAL9 newsroom.
“I am so flattered by all this attention,” Kent said. “And genuinely humbled.”
A trip to a high-end massage chain turned into alleged sexual assaults, according to several Southern California women. CBS2’s investigative reporter David Goldstein has the story.
Los Angeles County Assistant Sheriff Todd S. Rodgers stopped by the KCAL9 studios Friday to talk about “Crime Stoppers Southern California Case Files”.
Trailing by nearly 20 points in the polls and even further behind in campaign cash, KCAL9’s Dave Bryan reports Kashkari believes he has found an issue that may lift his cause into a tight race.
Longtime CBS2 and KCAL9 news anchor Kent Shocknek announced Monday his plans to retire at the end of September 2014.
We live tweeted Friday from our twitter account @CBSLA during KCAL9 News at Noon to give viewers a sneak peek of what happens when the cameras aren’t on.
Bicyclist Michael MacDonald says he narrowly escaped crashing into the back of a Metro bus in Mid-City during his Monday morning commute.
The singer stopped by KCAL9 Sunday morning to share some of his favorite songs from the record.
Dr. Andrew Ordon stopped by KCAL9 to talk about Friday’s show, as well as the show’s upcoming 1,000th episode.
Judge Gregory Mathis visited KCAL9 Monday to talk about his show, Judge Mathis, as well as its new time slot on KCAL9.
KCAL9 will broadcast LA KISS Arena Football games during the 2014 season, it was announced Wednesday.
Actress Rebecca De Costa visited KCAL9 Friday to talk about her new movie, The Bag Man.
As residents and firefighters tried to save homes from a massive brush fire in Glendora Thursday, CBS2/KCAL9 photojournalist J.R. Hall captured their efforts on the frontline.
Join CBS2/KCAL9 in making this holiday season magical for a less fortunate child or teen in your community.