Tackling 'Mansionization,' San Gabriel Places Moratorium On Home Teardowns And AdditionsSeeking to preserve the historic character of its neighborhoods, the San Gabriel city council on Tuesday issued a moratorium on demolishing existing houses -- many of them single-story structures -- to make way for newer mansions. Serene Branson reports.
CBSLA.com Evening Newsbrief (Oct. 6)These are tonight's latest headlines.
Officers Track Down Escaped Pony In Northridge, But Not Before Foot PursuitPolice are trying to track down its owned. Pat Harvey reports.
'Angelina Effect': Jolie's Double Mastectomy Continues To Give Women Battling Cancer StrengthTwo years after Angelina Jolie shared her decision to have a preventive double mastectomy, her story continues to help others battling cancer.
Exclusive Video From CBSLA Captures Little Pony As It Led Police On Foot PursuitA pony on the loose was captured in the Northridge area but not before leading police on a short pursuit! Stu Mundel reports.
Golfers Attacked By Swarm Of Bees In Laguna Woods; Riverside Crossing Guards Stung In Separate AttackFour people in two counties were stung multiple times in separate bee attacks Tuesday. Erica Nochlin reports.
Woman Beaten By CHP Officer On Side Of 10 Freeway Removed From Same Area 1 Year LaterThe woman who was seen on cell phone camera footage being beaten by a California Highway Patrol Officer on the side of the 10 Freeway last year was removed by officers from the same area on Tuesday. Brittney Hopper reports.
Ashley Judd: I Was Sexually Harassed By Famous Studio MogulActress Ashley Judd is generating buzz for an interview she recently gave to Variety magazine where reveals she was sexually harassed by powerful studio exec. Louisa Hodge reports.
California Enacts Ground-Breaking Law To Close Gender Wage GapGov. Jerry Brown announced Tuesday that he signed the California Fair Pay Act, the nation's toughest equal-pay legislation that supporters said offers the strongest protection for victims of wage discrimination. Dave Bryan reports.
Rich Fields' Weather Forecast (Oct. 6)Weather is expected to warm up significantly heading into the weekend. Rich Fields reports.
Field Of Pharmacy May Offer Diverse OpportunitiesIt’s American Pharmacist Month and a good time to explore this expanding and evolving field. CBS News Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger reports.
Local Kindergarten Teacher With Prosthetic Legs To Run Chicago MarathonA local mother and elementary school teacher will become the world's first female bilateral amputee to complete a full marathon when she runs in Chicago next week. Kristine Lazar reports.
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