As news of James Garner’s death rippled through social media, celebrities and fans posted their favorite memories of the iconic actor.
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.
A day after making a money drop in the San Fernando Valley, the real estate mogul behind “Hidden Cash” treated Orange County residents to a treasure hunt of their own.
Los Angeles Lakers fan Snoop Dogg seems to have an opinion about LeBron James’ return to Cleveland.
James Anderson — a soon-to-be sophomore at Flintridge Prep in La Canada — is already a seasoned coder.
On Sunday, he left 25 PEZ dispensers full of money ($50, $60 and $100) buried in the sand on a San Diego beach.
Here are the top eleven #ThingsTimHowardCouldSave we found on Twitter.
The United States men’s soccer team may have lost their spot in the World Cup Tuesday, but goalkeeper Tim Howard has won the internet.
Shoppers also took to Twitter and posted pictures of the long lines.
Bay Area real estate investor Jason Buzi went public as Hidden Cash in a CNN interview.
The first “American Idol” joined Twitter in March of 2009 but she easily made her best tweet Saturday.
Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck wants his pastrami sandwich.
Mayor Eric Garcetti is trying to convince “Star Wars” creator George Lucas to build his new art museum in Los Angeles.
A tweet containing computer code propagated itself through Twitter Wednesday by taking advantage of a security flaw in Twitter’s TweetDeck application.
The anonymous millionaire who’s delighted Southland residents with his hidden cash drops struck again Saturday morning, this time creating a scavenger hunt at Hermosa Beach.