Universal Music Group is pushing back against a New York Times investigative report that alleges the company tried to cover up the destruction of 500,000 priceless recordings in a June 2008 fire.
Historic SpaceX Launch Scheduled For WednesdayBusiness Insider’s senior space reporter, Dave Mosher, discusses Wednesday's historic SpaceX launch.
Innocent Pedestrian, Dog Struck And Killed By Pursuit Suspect During Long Beach ChaseA man and his dog were struck and killed by a Long Beach burglary suspect during a police pursuit late Tuesday night. Kandiss Crone reports.
Ian Karmel On CBS's "Game On" & "The Late Late Show With James Corden"The writer and comedian talks with CBS Local's DJ Sixsmith about the new game show on CBS with Rob Gronkowski, Venus Williams and Keegan-Michael Key and stories from working with James Corden.
LA Mom Opens Up About Lockdown ChallengesAlissa Walker from Curbed LA shares her her experience in quarantine and what it’s like to be a part of the “sandwich generation” - those taking care of kids and parents - the stressors, what she's learned and her advice to others.
Jameela Jamil & Dashaun Wesley On HBO Max's "Legendary"Jamil and Wesley talk with CBS Local's DJ Sixsmith about their new show on HBO Max, the ballroom and fashion community, and the impact of inclusion and diversity on TV.
Prospective Student, Colleges Grapple With Admission ChangesEducation expert Cindy Chanin talked to Suzanne Marques about what students are doing even as coronavirus changes the college admissions process.
LA County Continues Its Slow ReopeningRunyon Canyon is reopening, and salons and barbershops have been given the green light to open up shop. Tina Patel reports.
Trumpet Opens Door Out Of PovertyTeacher and bandleader Fernando Pullam doesn't blow hot air when it comes to music and education. Danielle Gersh reports.
5 People Wounded In South LA ShootingA gunman remains at large following a shooting which left five people injured in South Los Angeles late Tuesday night.
Pedestrian, Dog Struck And Killed By Pursuit Suspect During Long Beach ChaseA man and his dog were struck and killed by a Long Beach burglary suspect during a police pursuit late Tuesday night.
Family Pleads For Hit-And-Run Driver To Surrender After Running Down Newport Beach TeacherThe suspect vehicle was a white, 4-door sedan, possibly a Toyota. Michele Gile reports.
Garth Kemp's Weather Forecast (May 26)Garth Kemp takes a look at tonight's weather forecast.
The Greek Theatre Cancels Entire 2020 Season Over Coronavirus ConcernsThe Greek Theatre announced Tuesday that it was canceling its 2020 season in compliance with state, county and city guidelines in light of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
5 People In Critical Condition After Shooting In South LAPolice responded to the incident Tuesday night on Berendo Ave. near 119th St. and requested five ambulances to the scene.
Smith, Espinoza, Gryder Among Jockeys Living at Santa AnitaJim Hill has the story of jockeys who are beating the pandemic by living at Santa Anita during race weekends.
Ventura Police Investigating Sexual Assault, Homicide On Bike PathPolice said a woman was walking her dog toward Emma Wood State Beach May 5 when a man who had been following the woman sexually assaulted her.
Villa Park Gym Reopens, Defying Newsom's OrdersOne by one, members of The Strength Co. returned for their first weight training session in months. The Villa Park gym reopened this week, defying the governor's orders to remain closed for the time being.
Malls Open Across Southland As Coronavirus Restrictions Begin To LiftAs California's stay-at-home restrictions begin to lift, mall giant Simon Properties reopened its two Inland Empire retail centers, even as Riverside County reported 135 new cases of the novel coronavirus and 11 more deaths attributed to the illness and San Bernardino County reported 202 additional cases.
LA County Allows Retail Stores To Reopen With In-Person Shopping Beginning WednesdayStores will have to adopt the county's COVID-19 safety protocols and personal services locations like hair salons will not yet be permitted to reopen and dining in at restaurants will still not be allowed, though that could change soon.
Fire At Downtown Los Angeles Church Under InvestigationArson investigators were on the scene after a church fire in downtown Los Angeles Tuesday night.
Twitter Flags Trump Tweet With Fact-Checking Label For First TimeTwitter on Tuesday added a fact-checking label to a tweet by President Trump, the first time the social media platform has used such a label for the president's tweets, prompting him to fire back.
LA County Retailers Are Ready For In-Store Shoppers To ReturnStore owners in Los Angeles County say they are ready for in-person shopping to return as soon as the county gives the go-ahead.
Davenport's Owner Says He's Ready To Reopen As Soon As It's SafeWhile the effects of the coronavirus pandemic continue to reverberate across the economy, perhaps the hardest hit workers have been those in the service industry.
Newport-Mesa Seniors Protest Virtual Graduation CeremoniesSeniors gathered outside Newport-Mesa Unified School District offices Tuesday to urge city officials to reverse their decision to hold graduation celebrations for seniors online, rather than in-person.