Mervyn M. Dymally, former Lieutenant Governor of California, passed away Sunday in Los Angeles. He was 86.
The first black mayor of Inglewood and former state Senator Edward Vincent died Friday. He was 78.
Sage Stallone, son of actor Sly Stallone, died of a heart attack, the LA County Coroner has confirmed.
He may have been famous for walking on the moon, but the death of astronaut Neil Armstrong Saturday hit close to home in Southern California.
A manager for Phyllis Diller confirms to CBS News that the actress and comedian died Monday morning at her Los Angeles home.
Helen Gurley Brown, longtime editor of Cosmopolitan magazine and the author of the bestselling “Sex and the Single Girl,” died at 90 years old in New York City Monday.
TMZ is reporting that Sage Stallone, son of actor Sylvester Stallone, might have been dead for several days inside his Hollywood Hills home.
A longtime spokesman for Ernest Borgnine told the Associated Press Sunday that the Oscar-award winning actor died in Los Angeles on Sunday. He was 95.
Television icon Andy Griffith died Tuesday at the age of 86.
Don Grady, who played one of the sons on the classic TV sitcom “My Three Sons,” has died.
Nora Ephron, the essayist, author and filmmaker who challenged and thrived in the male-dominated worlds of movies and journalism, died Tuesday in Manhattan. She was 71.
Ray Bradbury, the science fiction-fantasy master who transformed his childhood dreams and Cold War fears into telepathic Martians, lovesick sea monsters, and, in uncanny detail, the high-tech, book-burning future of “Fahrenheit 451,” has died. He was 91.
Actress Janet Carroll, who played the mother of Tom Cruise’s character in the movie “Risky Business” and the mother of kooky Kimberly on “Melrose Place,” has died. She was 71.
George Lindsey, who made a TV career as a grinning service station attendant named Goober on “The Andy Griffith Show” and “Hee Haw,” has died. He was 83.
President Barack Obama joined the chorus of Americans mourning today’s death of broadcasting pioneer Dick Clark in Santa Monica, saying the “American Bandstand” host changed the landscape of television.