Local News

Burglar Eats Milk And Cookies, Leaves Semen On Laptop After Breaking Into OC HomeThe home belonged to four female college students. Investigators used DNA to identify him.
Woman Killed After Large Tree Falls Onto Her Car In TustinFirefighters were called to a technical rescue at the Waterstone apartments, 14465 Red Hill in Tustin, at about 9:15 a.m, where they found a large, 40-foot eucalyptus tree had crushed the driver’s side of a gray Toyota sedan.
Missing 22-Year-Old Sun Valley Woman Found SafeSahara Fisher had disappeared after going on a jog near her family’s home.
Infant Abandoned in Lakewood Walmart, Parents SoughtThe boy, estimated at between 12 and 15 months of age, was discovered in a public restroom.
Los Angeles Girl, 12, Missing Nearly A WeekClaudia Bravo was last seen near the 100 block of West 69th Street in Los Angeles last Tuesday at about 2:45 p.m. Her family says she has not been seen or heard from since last Tuesday.
Married LAPD Officers Charged With Cruelty To Their LabradorEarlier this year, the couple’s dog was found wandering the street in the rain. It showed signs of severe neglect.
Dodgers Start Rookie Walker Buehler Against Brewers In Game 3 Of NLCSDodger rookie Walker Buehler will face off against the Brewers' fellow right hander Jhoulys Chacin.
Trump: 'Rogue Killers' Could Be Behind Saudi Journalist's DisappearanceTurkey claims to have audio of Jamal Khashoggi's death after he entered the Saudi embassy in Turkey earlier this month.
Pedestrian Killed By Hit-And-Run Driver in San GabrielA passerby discovered the body. It is unclear exactly when the victim was struck.


CBS World News

Investigators inspect Saudi consulate where writer disappearedThe makeup of the investigative team that entered the diplomatic compound was not immediately clear
More U.S. biz execs back away from Saudi ArabiaU.S. finance executives say they won't attend "Davos in the Desert" in the wake of journalist's disappearance
Deadly catastrophes and the limits of human compassionIndonesia is struggling to recover from a devastating earthquake and tsunami that killed more than 2,000 people and displaced 70,000. But why do people around the world tend to tune out these types of deadly disasters? Jamil Zaki, a psychology professor at Stanford University, joins CBSN to discuss the human reaction to such devastating events.
White House shirks Saudi threat of retaliation in Khashoggi standoffTrump's economic adviser says U.S. "energy boom" can "cover any shortfalls" if Saudis cut oil flow over missing journalist accusation
King of Saudi Arabia will work with Turkey's president in disappearance of Jamal KhashoggiThe leaders of Saudi Arabia and Turkey have agreed their nations will work together in the case of missing Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. He has criticized Saudi leaders and was last seen entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul nearly two weeks ago. Weijia Jiang reports.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle expecting first childPrince Harry and Meghan Markle are expecting their first child. The royal family broke the news on Twitter, shortly after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrived in Australia. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.