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CBS Investigation: Customers Say They Were Scammed For Insurance Coverage When Renting A CarA CBS2 News investigation found that one of the major rental car companies may be overcharging customers by insisting they add insurance coverage they don’t need. David Goldstein reports.
Eagles Of Death Metal Open Up About Surviving Paris Terror AttacksFor the first time since the Paris attacks, a Southern California band tells the whole story about how they survived. Erica Nochlin reports.
Security Ready In Riverside Ahead Of Festival Of Lights At Mission InnBut before the lights go on, heightened security plans are in place at the Mission Inn because of the recent terror threats. Rachel Kim reports.
Naval Chief Deployed Overseas To Spend Thanksgiving With Sister For First Time In 4 YearsMembers of the military expressed their gratitude to be back home with loved ones in time for Thanksgiving. Peter Daut reports.
Retailers Staying Open On Thanksgiving Even EarlierForget Black Friday. The hunt for holiday bargains kicks off on Thanksgiving as more retailers are opening on the holiday even earlier now. Rebecca Ferriter reports.
CBSLA Evening Newsbrief (Nov. 25)Get your news and weather headlines in less than two minutes with the Newsbrief.
Rich Fields' Weather Forecast (Nov. 25)Cool weather expected through the weekend with a warming trend heading into the next workweek. Rich Fields reports.
'We Give Thanks' Expected To Serve Thanksgiving Meal To Thousands In O.C.Preparations were underway Wednesday night ahead of a massive holiday meal that’s expected to serve those in need in Orange County. Stacey Butler reports.
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