Arcadia HS Graduate Among Four Killed In Kabul Suicide BombingA 55-year-old former Arcadia man was among four people killed in a suicide bombing this week in Afghanistan.
SpaceX Pulls Out Of Lease With Port Of LA For Mars Rocket Building SiteInstead, SpaceX will be moving rocket-building operations to Texas.
Covina Mother Stabbed 2-Year-Old Son To Death, Prosecutors SayPolice found the boy’s body in the family’s burning Covina townhouse after his mother was discovered running down the street, partially clothed, with blood splatter on her body.
'Evening With Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg' Canceled At Skirball Cultural CenterA planned Skirball Cultural Center event featuring Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has been cancelled due to her ongoing recovery from cancer surgery.
Out-Of-Control Car Hits, Kills Woman On Silver Lake Sidewalk, Speeds AwayThe hit-and-run was caught on surveillance video. The suspect remains at large.
Dozens Hurt In Massive Chain-Reaction Wreck In Cajon PassThe crash occurred on the 15 Freeway. About 35 patients suffered minor to moderate injuries, most of whom declined to be transported to a hospital.
California Bill Would Mandate Full-Day KindergartenCurrently, 25 percent of school districts are still on half-day schedules.
Heavy Rain Causes Major Flooding In Long Beach, Seal BeachThe deluge of water isn’t even close to over – the National Weather Service predicts another round of heavy rainfall Wednesday night, with as much as an inch of rain in one hour in Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino counties.
Third Round Of Storms To Dump Several Inches Of Rain Across SouthlandMandatory evacuation orders remain in place for the Woolsey Fire burn area.
'Cool It': Rowdy Parents Blamed For 'Alarming Shortage' Of High School RefereesParents of high school athletes in Ohio are being told to "cool it" at their kid's games in an attempt to stem an "alarming shortage" of officials and referees.
School District To Drop Lunch Menus To 'Minimum Level’ During Government ShutdownA school district in North Carolina has announced it will have to revise lunch menus to a "minimum level" to "conserve food and funding."
Study: Chocolate Works Better Than Cough SyrupResearchers believe the properties of cocoa are stickier and more viscose than standard medicine.
Trent Green: Sticking With Home Teams, Chiefs & Saints, To Move On To Super BowlThe NFL on CBS analyst looks at this weekend's championship games and why he thinks the Chiefs and the Saints are headed to Super Bowl LIII.
Former Dodgers Pitcher John Wetteland Arrested On Child Sex AbuseWetteland, a World Series MVP, was drafted by the Dodgers in 1985.
5 NBA Rookies Making An ImpactFrom Luka Doncic to Jaren Jackson Jr., here's a look at the best five NBA rookies so far this season.
Surveillance Video Shows Car Hitting, Killing Woman On Silver Lake Sidewalk Then Speeding AwayPolice are looking for the driver of a car which struck and killed a woman on a sidewalk in Silver Lake Wednesday morning and sped away.
CBSLA.com: The Rundown - AM Edition (Jan. 16)The latest news, weather and sports with Peter Daut and Danielle Gersh.
Storm Watch: Riding Around Hollywood In The RainAll this rain is catching some out-of-towners by surprise. They came for the famous California sun but instead they got the rain. Crystal Cruz reports from Hollywood.
William Barr Suggests Mueller Report May Not Be Made PublicIn William Barr's first day of confirmation hearings to be attorney general, one of the key topics was special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election.
Holy Fire Evacuations Downgraded But Concerns RemainMudslide and debris flow concerns continued in the Holy Fire burn area Tuesday night despite evacuation orders being downgraded from mandatory to voluntary.
Flash Flood Warning In Effect For Parts Of OCThe threat of flooding in Orange County was rising Tuesday night as heavy rain continued to slam the area.
Police: Online Student Threatened To 'Shoot Up' Citrus CollegeAn online student at Citrus College was arrested Tuesday after police say he made a shooting threat against the community college.
LA Teachers Walkout Heads Into 3rd DayDay two of the crippling LAUSD teachers strike and both sides appear to be digging in. Once again thousands of teachers and their supporters hit the streets and the picket lines. Tom Wait reports.
Voluntary Evac Orders For Oak Park TonightCBSLA's Chris Holmstrom reports from Oak Park tonight in an area that was ravaged by the Woolsey Fire.
Get To Know The 5 Newest Businesses To Open In GlendaleFrom an udon restaurant to a Mediterranean-American spot, get to know the newest businesses open in Glendale
Preview: 'The Billy Harris Dinner Series' Coming To CBSLA In 2019Coming in 2019, CBSLA is launching a new series for foodies and aspiring chefs alike! Join your MC, Billy Harris as he works with the world’s best chefs in a new ticketed dinner series benefiting No Kid Hungry to help eradicate world hunger.
Family-Friendly Deals And Events Worth Seeking Out In Los Angeles This WeekIf the playground, park and movie routine is getting a little tired, why not do something different with the kids this weekend?
Check Out The 4 Freshest New Businesses To Debut In Irvine
On A Roll: Check Out The Top 5 Spots For Sushi In Santa AnaCraving sushi? We crunched the numbers to find the top outlets in Santa Ana, using both Yelp data and our own secret sauce to produce a ranked list of the best spots to satisfy your cravings.
Best Of Santa Ana: Check Out The 5 Top Spots DowntownSpending time in downtown Santa Ana? Get to know this Santa Ana neighborhood by browsing its most popular local businesses, from a neighborhood tavern to a Mediterranean eatery.
David Goldstein's Top Investigations Of 2018Here's a look at CBS2 investigative reporter David Goldstein's top 10 investigations of 2018.
Goldstein Investigation: Some Charities That Use GoFundMe Skirting The LawDavid Goldstein investigates people collecting donations online through websites like GoFundMe. Where is all that money going?
Goldstein Investigation: Is A Local Stem Cells 'Expert' Selling People False Hope?Stem cells are being promoted as the new panacea for pain relief at seminars in Southern California, but is this "cure" legitimate?