Longtime Anchor Kent Shocknek Signs Off From Local News"I am so flattered by all this attention," Kent said. "And genuinely humbled."
LA City Council Honors CBS2/KCAL9 Anchor Kent ShocknekThe Los Angeles City Council honored longtime CBS2/KCAL9 anchor Kent Shocknek for his contributions to local media and to congratulate him on his retirement at a council meeting Wednesday.
Longtime CBS2 Anchor Kent Shocknek Announces RetirementLongtime CBS2 and KCAL9 news anchor Kent Shocknek announced Monday his plans to retire at the end of September 2014.
When in South Korea...(M)y car show-circuit pals say it looks like the top-shelf sedan that Jaguar should have designed.
It's a RevolutionExplorer just kept chugging along, largely unchanged. And unchanged. And unchanged. Until now.
Sharon Tay, Rick Garcia And Evelyn Taft Will Move From Nights On KCAL9 To Mornings On CBS2Changes are coming to the news broadcasts at CBS2 and KCAL9 later this month.
Some Things Bug You More Than Others("Here, Honey: hold this nice bug and we'll have a fun picture for show-n-tell when you get back from the ER.")
Pay Attention, Please!The Genesis's nose looks like a Jaguar XK had a date with a Telsa Model S and this was the result
Perfect for the Early-Morning Crowd: the Guaranteed Alarm Clock
Our Motivated, Young Go-Getter of the WeekBut unlike his contemporaries who may spend their time in front of a screen for work, Li sits at internet cafes and plays games. And plays. And plays.
The Easter Egg-Hunt Picture You Cannot Unsee"Honey, we worked hard to prepare this extra-special (hic!) basket." Sigh.
Are You Addicted to the Internet? Take the QuizYou don't have to study for the quiz, but if you did, I bet you could do a search for research resources. Or women in your city who want to date you.
*Not the Kind of Sign, You Might Expect from the Church
The Billboard Model Who Reveals More than She Realized......the best example yet that Darwin may have been wrong.
"What Could Possibly Go Wrong?"- Spring Break IdeasDarwin City, Australia, will let you pay $150 to enter its "Cage of Death," which -- to be accurate -- is actually more of a tube of death.