Car Plunges 100 Feet Off Road, Starts Fire In Angeles National ForestA car plunged one hundred feet off a mountain road in the Angeles National Forest Monday, starting a small vegetation fire.
SoCalGas Technician Killed, 15 Injured In Natural Gas Explosion At Murrieta HomeA contractor working at the home damaged a natural gas line.
Missing Huntington Beach Camper Found SafeA 60-year-old Huntington Beach camper reported missing in Inyo County has been found safe, authorities said Monday.
WATCH: Time-Lapse Demolition Of Parker CenterThe Los Angeles Police Department is giving the public a special look at how its former headquarters was demolished.
Roof Collapses At Lucky Lady Casino In Gardena; 7 Hospitalized Firefighters rushed to Larry Flynt's Lucky Lady Casino in Gardena Monday morning after its roof partially collapsed, injuring nearly a dozen people.
LA School Police Officer Hurt In Shooting; Witness Says Suspects Were Fighting Over Lawn MowerA witness who did not want to be identified told CBSLA's Jake Reiner the shooting began as an argument over a lawn mower.
Search Resumes For Huntington Beach Woman Missing Near BishopBecause 60-year-old Sheryl Powell is so experienced as a camper and hiker, her children fear the worst – that she was abducted.
Suspicious Package Causes Scare At Granada Hills MosqueThe package turned out to be an empty pressure cooker.
LA County Hauls In Record $1.6 Trillion In Property Tax AssessmentsThe largest single reassessment of any property was the new L.A. Stadium in Inglewood, which accounted for a whopping $1.95 billion.
'It's A Very Real Problem': Americans Last Month Received More Than 4 Billion RobocallsLast month, it’s estimated that Americans received more than 4 billion Robocalls.
High School Softball Player Battling Cancer Hits First Home RunAshlyn Clark has stage four Hodgkin's Lymphoma, but between chemo treatments she still suits up to play on her high school softball team in Iowa.
Woman Orders 'Moana'-Themed Birthday Cake, Gets Marijuana Design InsteadA miscommunication resulted in an unusual birthday cake for a Georgia woman.
Baseball Report: Twins, Yankees Likely Buyers At Trade DeadlineWith MLB's trade deadline approaching, the Twins and Yankees, both leading their divisions, could be in the market for some pitching help.
Walk This Way! Dodgers Beat Red Sox In 12 Innings With Echoes Of Last Year's 7-Hour World Series GameNL All-Star starter Hyun-Jin Ryu went seven solid innings, allowing two runs on eight hits, striking out six and walking one.
'It's Only Going To Build Our Friendship' Says Anthony Davis On Playing Alongside LeBron JamesThe six-time All-Star sat down in a one-on-one interview with CBS2/KCAL9’s Sports Director Jim Hill.
Swim LA Offers Free Swimming Lessons For Kids And AdultsThe Los Angeles Recreation and Parks Department offers families is offering free or affordable swimming lessons to children and their parents through Swim LA. Find more information at http://www.swimla.org
CBSLA: The Rundown (July 15)The latest news, weather, and sports with Juan Hernandez and Amber Lee.
Creators Of 'Friends! The Musical Parody' Talk To KCAL9Tobly McSmith and Bob McSmith drop by the KCAL9 studio to talk about their new musical "Friends! The Musical Parody."
CBSLA: The Rundown (July 15)The latest news, weather and sports with Suzanne Marques and Danielle Gersh.
Car Crashes Into Wall At End Of Pursuit And Topples OverFour people were transported to the hospital in unknown conditions. It was unclear if all were in the car or if some of the injured included pedestrians. Chris Holmstrom reports.
CBSLA The Rundown - PM Edition (July 14)An update on the news and weather headlines we have been following throughout the day. Chris Holmstrom and Amber Lee report.
Undocumented Brace For ICE Raids Starting SundayWhile the president insists ICE will be going after people with criminal backgrounds, the immigrant community isn't so sure. Cristy Fajardo reports.
Huntington Beach Woman Reported Missing While CampingSheryl Powell told her husband she was going to take the dog for a bathroom break while he parked the car
They Say The Neon Lights Are Bright On Broadway -- If The Power Doesn't Go OutFor more than four hours,hundreds of thousands did without power in New York City. The outage was blamed on a fire in a transformer. Ever clever New Yorkers didn't let a power outage ruin their night. Chris Holmstrom and Sara Donchey report.
Best Sushi In Santa Monica, By The NumbersSanta Monica is home to plenty of stellar sushi — but how exactly do you define the "best"? Though it may be hard to quantify what makes a winner, hundreds of Yelpers have made their opinions heard on the matter.
Mother's Day Fun: Top Ways To Celebrate Around Los AngelesIf you're looking to make plans for Mother's Day, we've got you covered with some ideas for food and fun!
Explore the 5 newest businesses to launch in Los AngelesFrom a German beer garden to a ceviche-inspired eatery, read on for a rundown of the newest destinations to open recently in the City of Angels.
Mother's Day Fun: Top Ways To Celebrate Around Long BeachWhen it comes to honoring mothers — of all kinds — there’s no room for half-measures. Still looking for ways to celebrate on May 12? We've got you covered.
What Will $2,000 Rent Get You In Huntington Beach, This Month?We've rounded up the latest rental offerings via rental site Zumper to get a sense of what to expect when it comes to finding a place in Huntington Beach if you're on a budget of $2,000/month.
Huntington Beach's Top 3 Spots For Vegan EatsIn search of a new favorite vegan spot? We crunched the numbers to find the top vegan eateries around Huntington Beach!
Goldstein Investigates: Case Against Ed Buck Sent To DA's OfficeThe case against high-dollar political donor Ed Buck has been sent to the Los Angeles County District Attorney's office, CBS2's David Goldstein has learned.
Goldstein Investigates: Illegal Dumping Persists In DTLA While City Security Cameras Collect DustGoldstein's investigation uncovered $150,000 worth of security cameras and equipment has been sitting in a locked storage cabinet in the L.A. City Public Works building. The cameras, about a dozen, have sat unused — even though they were purchased more than a year ago.
Goldstein Investigates: Police Work To Shut Down Illegal Cannabis ShopsDavid Goldstein investigates how unlicensed and illegal cannabis shops are going to great lengths to stay open after being supposedly shut down by officials.