A warning about common drugs for heartburn and a link to dementia, and how much fish is safe to eat during pregnancy? Lisa Sigell reports.
Program Helps Cancer Patients Navigate TreatmentA program run by the American Cancer Society is helping cancer patients navigate all aspects of their treatment.
Pasadena Teen Crowned 2020 Rose QueenCamille Kennedy of Pasadena was crowned Tuesday night as the 2020 Rose Queen. Kennedy was chosen as the 102nd Rose Queen from among the seven-member Tournament of Roses Royal Court.
Garth Kemp's Weather Forecast (Oct. 22)Garth Kemp takes a look at the next seven days.
Rep. Katie Hill Denies Inappropriate Relationship With Staffer, Says Allegation Is Part Of Smear CampaignFreshman Democratic Rep. Katie Hill (D-Santa Clarita) on Tuesday denied claims that she was having an inappropriate relationship with one of her staffers and also said intimate photos of her were posted online without her consent.
Battle For LA: Clippers Top Lakers 112-102, Draw Fans From Around The WorldThe hometown teams went head-to-head Tuesday night as the NBA season got underway.
New USC Bribery Charges Brought Against Lori Loughlin In College ScandalActress Lori Loughlin and her husband Mossimo Giannulli are among 11 parents facing new charges connected to the nationwide college admissions scandal, all now accused of paying bribes to USC officials in order to get their children admitted to the school as athletic recruits. Rachel Kim reports.
Police Search For Shooting Suspect In Boyle Heights After Officer Needs Help CallA perimeter was set up Tuesday night as police responded to an officer needs help call in downtown Los Angeles after an officer-involved shooting took place in the area of 1st and Gless streets.
Skin Care Company Sunday Riley Accused Of Writing Fake ReviewsThe company has reached a settlement with the FTC. Stacey Butler reports.
Measles Confirmed In LA County Resident, 19th Case This YearHealth officials have confirmed another case of measles in a resident connected to another recent case in Los Angeles County.
San Bernardino Residents Return Home After Little Mountain FireOut of 45 homes threatened by the Little Mountain fire that broke out Monday in San Bernardino, firefighters were able to save 37 of them — but a family of four suffered smoke inhalation and minor burn injuries as they rushed to escape from their burning home.
No-Fault Evictions On The RiseThe Los Angeles City Council unanimously voted Tuesday to approve an emergency ordinance aimed at stopping "no-fault" evictions until Jan. 1, when a new state law goes into effect. But some renters say the move means they are getting pushed out. Crystal Cruz reports.
Police Set Up Perimeter Downtown After Officer Needs Help CallA perimeter was set up Tuesday night as police responded to an officer needs help call in downtown Los Angeles.
Laguna Beach Man Arrested After Cat Killed In Confrontation With OfficersPolice say a Laguna Beach man was arrested after he was tased by an officer and responded by allegedly slamming the animal on the hood of a vehicle. Michele Gile reports.
Mayor Garcetti Launches Cool Streets LAThe city would like to roll out 250 lane-miles of the program as part of Mayor Garcetti's Green New Deal. Randy Paige reports on the first project, unveiled Tuesday in South L.A.
Rep. Katie Hill Denies Allegations Of Inappropriate Relationship With StafferA conservative website first reported the allegations, vehemently denied by the representative, who called them part of a "smear campaign" intended to impact her re-election next year.
CBSLA: The Rundown (Oct. 22)Fire crews are working around the clock after a brush fire burned up a hillside in Pacific Palisades. A shooting at a Bay Area high school turned out to be the result of a fight between two students. Former President Jimmy Carter is in the hospital after fracturing his pelvis in a fall.
2 On Your Side: Adult Children Leaning On ParentsAre high student debts and low-paying entry-level jobs causing adult children to move back in with their parents? Kristine Lazar reports.
Long Beach Residents Find Ways To Beat The Heat Amid Scorching October TemperaturesAt Long Beach Airport, temperatures reached 99 degrees Fahrenheit. And residents — even those within two miles of the beach — were sweltering inside their homes.
Why Are California Gas Prices So High? Gov. Newsom Launches Investigation To Find OutGovernor Gavin Newsom has, and now he's asked the attorney general to investigate after he said a new report from the California Energy Commission suggested big oil companies were "misleading and overcharging customers by as much as $1 per gallon."
1 Injured After Car Crashes Into Liquor Store In PasadenaAt least one person was injured when a two-car collision in Pasadena ended with one vehicle crashing into a liquor store.
New USC Bribery Charges Brought Against Lori Loughlin In College ScandalActress Lori Loughlin and her husband Mossimo Giannulli are among 11 parents facing new charges connected to the nationwide college admissions scandal, all now accused of paying bribes to USC officials in order to get their children admitted to the school as athletic recruits.
LA City Council Unanimously Votes To Stop `No-Fault' Evictions Until New State Law Goes Into EffectThe Los Angeles City Council unanimously voted Tuesday to approve an emergency ordinance aimed at stopping "no-fault" evictions until Jan. 1, when a new state law goes into effect.
Mother Charged With Misdemeanor After Threatening Middle School Class Over Bullied DaughterA Mission Viejo woman has been charged with a misdemeanor after she was captured on cellphone video entering a middle school classroom and threatening students who allegedly bullied her daughter.
Brush Fire Erupts In Brentwood Amid Heat, Wind AdvisoriesA brush fire erupted in Brentwood Tuesday as warm temperatures and gusty winds hit Los Angeles.