Beyonce and Jay-Z’s recent trip to Cuba set off a firestorm of protest.
A nurse’s refusal to give CPR to a dying 87-year-old woman at a Bakersfield independent living community has raised concerns about policies at certain senior facilities.
Six wives of Los Angeles Police Department officers said they were “living in fear” during the manhunt for quadruple murder suspect Christopher Dorner.
CBS2/KCAL9 discovered at least six polling places in L.A. County, such as apartment complexes or mobile home communities, where registered sex offenders live.
It was just a year ago when CBS2 reporter Serene Branson made international news when she suffered a migraine, causing her to speak incoherently during her on-air report outside the 2011 Grammy Awards.
Graduate student Nadine Martinez Rodriguez says she is not at all surprised at the arrest of teacher Mark Berndt.
Turn to CBS2/KCAL9 News when you wake up this weekend! Kaj Goldberg and Serene Branson will be co-anchoring our new morning editions, bringing you the very latest news and weather from around the Southland and beyond.
CBS2 and KCAL9 have obtained a copy of Natalie Wood’s original autopsy report.
Norwalk police confirm to KCAL9 that the latest victim in a rash of snatch-and-run gold chain robberies and crimes targeting the elderly was a 93-year-old woman.
CBS2′s Serene Branson was the only reporter on scene when Clark Gable III made bail and was released from jail Friday night.
Researchers have discovered some faults near the Salton Sea that they believe could trigger “The Big One”.
CBS2’s Serene Branson is teaming up with the National Headache Foundation to launch “More Than Just A Headache.”
The Los Angeles Police Department is investigating photos submitted by a CBS2 viewer that may provide information about the two men who brutally attacked Bryan Stow at Dodger Stadium.
Serene Branson reported on the CBS 2 News at 11 p.m. about a woman, now 18, who says a Los Angeles Police Department officer got her pregnant when she was underage.
It was almost a year ago, that Emily Rose Shane, then 13, was walking along the PCH when a suicidal driver ended her young life.