The 123rd annual Rose Parade is right around the corner and CBS Los Angeles has the ultimate guide to this Southern California New Year’s Tradition.
For the first time in over half a century, the upcoming Rose Parade will be without one of its biggest sponsors.
Things aren’t coming up roses of Occupy Wall Street activists in Southern California as one group now has their eye on the Rose Parade.
An organizer from the Los Angeles demonstration has launched the “Occupy The Rose Parade” website to rally supporters.
Actor and Iraq war veteran JR Martinez has been chosen as the 2012 Tournament of Roses Grand Marshal.
Tournament of Roses President Rick Jackson announced Tuesday that 16-year-old Drew Helen Washington from Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy will reign over the Jan. 1 festivities.
City officials had announced earlier that the parade float would be scrapped this year due to a roughly $18 million budget deficit.
Officials in some Southern California cities are wondering whether tight budgets mean they can’t afford to contribute money for floats in the Rose Parade.
The floats from the 122nd Tournament of Roses Parade will be on display starting at 9 a.m. Sunday, but you may want to bring an umbrella.
After a holiday season of relentless rain in Southern California, the 122nd Rose Parade was bathed Saturday in abundant sunshine.
After a holiday season of relentless rain in Southern California, it looks like the Rose Parade will be bathed in at least a little bit of sunshine.
Tickets for the 122nd annual Rose Parade sold like hot cakes…but it’s clear a bunch of folks are cutting down on carbs, because there are still a few tickets left!
With thousands of people expected to camp out Friday night for prime Rose Parade seating, Pasadena police and fire officials issued a series of tips aimed at keeping people safe and within the law.
As residents begin to stake out campsites along the Rose Parade route Friday, Pasadena’s fire chief warned that cold temperatures will pose special danger overnight.
If you’re planning to keep warm out on the streets of Pasadena ahead of the parade, you may want to invest in a small space heater instead of hoping to start a little bonfire.