There are nominees you expect at the GRAMMYs, like Lizzo and Taylor Swift ... then there are some you may not associate with "Music's Biggest Night." A former first lady and music composed for a theme park are nominated this year. And did you know comedians are also honored at the GRAMMYs?
CBS2 Celebrates Black History Month: California African American MuseumFounded in 1977, CAAM is a cultural treasure trove located in the heart of LA's Exposition Park.
CBS2 Celebrates Black History Month: The Dunbar HotelWhen segregation limited where blacks could get hotel accommodations, the beautiful Hotel Dunbar was built by African Americans for African Americans.
CBS2 Celebrates Black History Month: The Vision TheaterThe Vision Theater has been a neighborhood treasure for more than 80 years. Today, it is owned by the city and is undergoing extensive renovations to become a world-class performing arts center.
CBS2 Celebrates Black History Month:African American Firefighters MuseumThe museum is housed in historic fire station 30 - One of two segregated stations in the city between the mid 1920's to 1950's.
'Hair Love' Creators Honored By LA City CouncilHot off an Oscars win, the creators of the animated short film "Hair Love" were recognized by the L.A. City Council Wednesday in honor of Black History Month.
Skull, Bone Fragments Found In Mission Viejo Backyard Are Human RemainsAccording to the sheriff's department, homicide investigators would now work on trying to identify the person, how the person died and how long ago it happened.
The Recruit: The Cheesecake FactoryThe Cheesecake Factory
Wood-Burning Ban Issued For Parts Of SoCal To Combat Air PollutionA "no-burn" order was issued for 24-hours through most of Southern California Wednesday.
Amber Lee's Weather Forecast (Feb. 19)Sunny with few clouds Wednesday. Clouds will increase by Friday with a chance of rain on Saturday. A high of 67 for the beaches and 72 for the Inland Empire.
Doctors Warn Flu Still Poses Greater Risk Than CoronavirusWe're hearing a lot about coronavirus right now, but local health experts say we should be more concerned about the flu.
Long Beach Teacher Put On Leave For Second Time Following Allegations Of Abuse, RacismA longtime teacher at Long Beach Polytechnic High School was placed on leave last week -- for the second time in a month -- following allegations that she used racial slurs and physically abused students.
Kobe Bryant Memorial Ticket Sales Start For Lucky Fans With Ticketmaster CodeThousands signed up for a chance to buy tickets to the Staples Center memorial, but only a fraction were invited to actually make the purchase. Jake Reiner reports.
Bus With Children Inside Crashes Into Power Pole, Knocks Down LinesFour girls of the nine children on board were taken to a hospital in fair condition. Jasmine Viel reports.
Rapper Pop Smoke Shot To Death In Hollywood Hills Home InvasionRap artist Pop Smoke was shot and killed during a home invasion in the Hollywood Hills Wednesday morning. Tina Patel reports.
Kobe Hot Air Balloon TributeA new tribute to Kobe Bryant and the fallen members of Team Mamba is now on display at the Great Park in Irvine.
La Plaza Paseo Dedication Ceremony in Downtown LAA dedication ceremony takes place today.
Studio City School Celebrates Black History MonthCarpenter Elementary School in Studio City decorated their doors in tribute to figures like Dizzy Gillespie and the Williams sisters.
LeBron James Announces Book DealThe Lakers' star's first book for children will come out in August.
Census Ambassador Talks About 2020 CountCensus ambassador Ashlee Marie Preston says some citizens fear the 10-year process for various reasons.
LA Board Of Supervisors Eliminate Criminal Justice Fees, Forgive Tens Of Millions Of Dollars In DebtPeople going through the L.A. County court system will no longer have to pay certain administrative fees under a new law passed unanimously Tuesday by the L.A. County Board of Supervisors. Curtis Silva reports.
New app alerts and countdowns to earthquakeJosh Bashioum from Early Warning Labs discusses new QuakeAlertUSA app.
Attorney Discusses Pot Cases Dismissed in CAAttorney Silva Megerditchian discusses the impact of the LA County DA’s announcement to remove 60,000 felony marijuana convictions.
Discarded Items Become Sculptural MasterpiecesMonica Wyatt uses items she finds in a junkyard and turns them into sculptures that can sell for $20,000 or more. Amber Lee reports.
Thousands Of Fans Waitlisted To Buy Tickets For Kobe Bryant Memorial ServiceMore than 90,000 fans reportedly signed up for a chance to attend the public memorial, but only a few received the non-transferable code that will allow them to purchase the tickets. Jake Reiner reports.