Photographer Linda Solomon is hoping to change some lives with her project, "Pictures of Hope." She's traveling across the country and visiting homeless shelters to teach children the art of photography. Solomon, alongside Linda Schlesinger Wagner of Skinny Tees, a sponsor of the program, appeared on KCAL9 News with more. Amy Johnson reports.
Markina Brown's Weather Forecast (June 25)Markina Brown takes a look at tonight's weather forecast.
Private Jets May Get Flight Curfew At John Wayne AirportResidents of Newport Beach, Costa Mesa, and beyond can sleep better knowing private jets flying to and from the airport may have a new curfew set in place.
Sunnyside Cemetery May Close Its GatesSixteen thousand people have been buried at Sunnyside Cemetery since it opened in 1906, including the town's first mayor.
CBSLA: The Rundown (June 25)The latest news, weather, and sports.
10 Years Later: Reporter Revisits Covering Death Of Michael JacksonRandy Paige went back to the same spot where he covered the signers death a decade ago.
10 Years Later, Death Of Michael Jackson A Continuing Tragedy, ControversyThe life of Michael Jackson was already complicated, but 10 years after his death, the pop star’s legacy has become even more controversial.
San Bernardino Boy, 12, Dies After Being Accidentally Shot By Twin Brother; Mother ArrestedThe mother of a 12-year-old boy who was accidentally shot and killed by his twin brother at their San Bernardino home Monday night has been arrested.
Codymania: Dodgers Cody Bellinger Rushed By Fan In Second Straight GameFor the second straight game, a female fan left the stands and rushed onto the baseball field to try and hug Dodgers star Cody Bellinger, this time on Monday evening at Chase Field in Phoenix. Matt Yurus reports.
Petition Calls For SoCal Mountain Lions To Be Placed On Endangered ListWith their habitats increasingly threatened across Southern California, environmental advocacy groups are demanding that state officials to list local mountain lions as an endangered species.
San Bernardino Boy, 12, Dies After Being Accidentally Shot By Twin Brother; Mother ArrestedThe mother of a 12-year-old child who was accidentally shot and killed by his twin brother has been arrested, according to San Bernardino police. Lesley Marin reports.
Chemical Fire Erupts At Simi Valley Industrial Building Forces EvacuationsA hazmat incident caused a hazardous materials chemical fire at an industrial building in Simi Valley Tuesday morning, prompting evacuations of several nearby businesses and forcing residents to shelter-in-place for more than four hours. Matt Yurus reports.
Mitsubishi Motors Relocating North American HQ From SoCal To TennesseeAfter more than three decades in the Golden State, Mitsubishi Motors is moving.
City Of LA Sues FAA Over LAX NoiseCity Attorney Mike Feuer claims in the lawsuit that the FAA made changes to LAX's flight path without proper environmental review or public input. Tina Patel reports.
Sunset Boulevard Project Begins In West LA AreaOne lane in each direction of Sunset is being shut down by DWP for a construction project. Kandiss Crone reports.
$50,000 Reward Offered In Hollywood Robbery, Murder At Taco TruckJarick Henderson was killed in the attempted robbery at La Brea and Sunset on March 16. DeMarco Morgan reports.
Mother Arrested After 12-Year-Old Boy Accidentally Shot, Killed By SiblingAuthorities say the sibling had found an unsecured gun in the San Bernardino home. Suzanne Marques reports.
10 Years Later: Michael Jackson's Sudden Death Sent Shock Waves Through The WorldSince his shocking and sudden death, much has happened since the death of the king of pop. Randy Paige reports.
Fans Remember Michael Jackson On 10th Anniversary Of His DeathFlowers, notes and more are making up memorials at his burial site in Glendale and his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Kara Finnstrom reports.
Danielle Gersh's Weather Forecast (June 25)Gray skies once again Tuesday, which will hold for the next several days. A high of 69 for the beaches, 79 for the valleys.
CBSLA: The Rundown (June 25)The latest news, weather and sports with Suzanne Marques and Danielle Gersh.
Sudden Death Of Michael Jackson Sent Shockwaves Through The WorldThe King of Pop died of a propofol overdose on June 25, 2009. Randy Paige reports.
Michael Jackson Fans Gather At His Glendale Gravesite On 10-Year AnniversaryThe King of Pop died 10 years ago today of a propofol overdose administered by his own doctor. Kara Finnstrom reports.
Water Main Break Causes Flooding, Street Closure In Downtown LAThe water flowed for at least two hours at 11th and Main streets. Kandiss Crone reports.
LA Sues FAA Over Airplane Noise Complaints In West Adams, Mid-CityThe city of Los Angeles has filed a lawsuit against the Federal Aviation Administration over airplane noise.
Man Loses Control Of Truck, Crashes Into 4 Parked VehiclesPolice are investigating what caused a 75-year-old man to lose control of his vehicle and crash into four parked cars Sunday in Huntington Park.
Jury Recommends Death For Man Convicted Of Killing McStay FamilyA San Bernardino jury Monday recommended death for Charles Merritt who earlier this month was found guilty of killing the McStay family and burying their bodies in the desert.
Newport Beach Couple Charged In Deed Fraud SchemeA Newport Beach couple is accused of committing deed fraud on three homes, and a similar thing happened to an Oscar-winning actress.
Lost Hiker Hoisted To Safety In AltadenaA Los Angeles County Fire Department helicopter rescued a lost hiker in the Rubio Canyon area of Altadena shortly after 10 p.m. According to reports, the hiker used a some sort of strobe light to get the attention of rescuers.
Search Continues For Missing College StudentMackenzie Lueck, a 23-year-old University of Utah senior from El Segundo, was last seen in the early morning hours of June 17 when a Lyft driver dropped her off at a park in Salt Lake City.