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.
Bruce Morton, a longtime correspondent for CBS and CNN, passed away Friday his home in Washington, D.C. He was 83.
Four misdemeanor charges are expected to be filed Friday against a former Ukrainian TV reporter accused of assaulting Brad Pitt, according to the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office.
A Ukrainian television reporter who was arrested outside the El Capitan Theatre after he allegedly rushed Brad Pitt was behind bars Thursday and faced a restraining order filed by the actor .
A demonstrator assaulted a CBS2/KCAL9 camerawoman.
A CBS2/KCAL9 photographer and reporter were assaulted Monday night while covering the George Zimmerman protests in Crenshaw.
Los Angeles helicopter pilot-reporter Bob Tur, who famously covered the L.A. riots and the O.J. Simpson slow-speed freeway chase, said she suffers from gender dysphoria and is in the process of becoming a woman.
Author Bridgette Ehly visited the KCAL9 studios Friday to talk about her new book, Going Live.
Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and his girlfriend of three years have called it quits.
Former Los Angeles Times reporter George Ramos, who played a key role in the paper’s 1984 Pulitzer Prize-winning series on Hispanics in Southern California, has died at his Morro Bay home at 63.
CBS2’s Serene Branson is teaming up with the National Headache Foundation to launch “More Than Just A Headache.”
Emmy Award-winning “CBS News Sunday Morning” correspondent Bill Geist will receive the 2,437th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame Friday.
Joseph Dyer, a former CBS television executive and one of LA’s first African-American reporters, died Thursday from heart failure at Good Samaritan Hospital. He was 76.
Officials are set to release a report into how the Los Angeles sheriff’s department investigated the death of a journalist who was killed when he was struck by a tear gas missile 41 years ago.
Across the country, millions of viewers witnessed CBS 2/KCAL 9 Reporter Serene Branson’s medical emergency after the Grammys.