December 2015 Events Calendar - Best Things To DoWith the holiday season in full swing, Los Angeles overloaded with terrific festive events. We've rounded up the top things to do this month.
Chanukah -- The Festival Of Lights -- Begins At SundownChanukah commemorates "the first fight ever for religious freedom," according to Rabbi Morley T. Feinstein, the president of the Board of Rabbis of Southern California.
5 Meaningful Family Holiday Traditions To Incorporate This SeasonCelebrate the season with family by creating some meaningful holiday traditions this year.
Small Business Saturday Keeps Growing As Shoppers Look For Big Holiday DealsSmall Business Saturday started six years ago as an alternative to Black Friday and Cyber Monday, encouraging holiday shoppers to support brick-and-mortar businesses that are small and local.
Survey Estimates 99.77 Million Black Friday 2015 ShoppersThousands of Southern Californians flocked to stores and malls to continue the tradition of searching for Black Friday bargains amid major changes in the ever-evolving trend of Thanksgiving weekend shopping.
Yucaipa Woman Warms Homeless For Holidays By Hanging Coats From TreesA Yucaipa woman is not letting her battles with cancer and multiple sclerosis stop her from providing warmth for local people in need for the winter.
Best Things To Do This Weekend In OC - November 20So before getting together with your family and the second helping of pumpkin pie, you might want to get out and get active. Orange County has a healthy amount of places and faces to get familiar with.
Surviving Divorce: Holidays Can Be Especially ChallengingAbove everything, Dr. Fran Walfish -- a family therapist -- says to remember the kids.
Family Of Construction Worker Hurt In Bridge Collapse Praying For Christmas MiracleDoctors told Ann Boyd to prepare for the worst when her only son was injured on the job.
Retailers Hoping To Get Early Jump On Consumers With Pre-Black Friday Sales"I think it's too soon," said shopper Michael Butler.
Statewide DUI Arrests Tripled, Road Deaths Doubled From Previous Holiday PeriodOver the 2015 New Year's Holiday Maximum Enforcement Period, six people were killed in traffic accidents throughout Los Angeles County, while California Highway Patrol officers made 236 arrests for suspicion of DUI, according to statistics announced Tuesday.
Outraged Parents Say New Play-Doh Tool For Kids Is Obscenely DesignedHasbro is facing heavy backlash from enraged parents who say a tool accessory to a new Play-Doh set was designed inappropriately.
Got A Gift Card? Know California's Laws So You Don't Lose OutWhen it comes to gift cards, California laws have stricter consumer protections than federal law, but both work together to make sure your gift card doesn't become a useless piece of plastic. CBS2/KCAL9's Erica Nochlin explains what consumers need to know
LA Celebrates Start Of Kwanzaa With Parade Along Crenshaw BoulevardThe 38th annual KwanZaa Gwaride parade made its way down Crenshaw Boulevard Friday, marking the start of the seven-day African-American festival of Kwanzaa.
Buddhist Monks Knock Down Temple Wall, Offer Labor Service To Help Mudslide-Stricken NeighborsA family overwhelmed by a large mudslide received help from the community for the holidays, with a particularly helpful hand from a neighboring Buddhist temple.