• Lake Forest Mom Home From Hospital After Being Stabbed 20 Times, Chased Down The Street

    LAKE FOREST (CBSLA)  — “I’m alive and I’m here,” says Mary Lou Palos.
    After the Lake Forest mom was stabbed 20 times by an intruder in her home and chased down the street where he continued to attack her, it is not lost on her how lucky she is.
    Here? She is fortunate to be anywhere.
    Palos came home from the hospital earlier Friday. At home, she spoke to CBS2/KCAL9 reporter Stacey Butler about her harrowing ordeal.
    She doesn’t take long to answer when aske
  • Alleged Dana Point Bank Robber Found Dead After Chase, Standoff In Santa Margarita

    RANCHO SANTA MARGARITA (CBSLA) – A man suspected of being the Leatherface Bandit led authorities on a chase Friday that ended with a crash in Rancho Santa Margarita, where a standoff ensued.
    Police eventually found the suspect dead inside of the vehicle.  The cause of death was not immediately released.
    According to FBI Special Agent Chris Gicking, the pursuit ensued after the suspect robbed a Pacific Western Bank branch at 34180 Pacific Coast Highway in Dana Point about 3:40 p.m.
    The
  • Detectives Announce Arrest Of Suspect In Murder Of Beloved Skating Rink Owner

    GRAND TERRACE (CBSLA)  — Homicide detectives in Grand Terrace on Friday announced the arrest of a suspect wanted for the murder of a beloved skating rink owner last month.
    Detectives said they arrested Tre’elle Potts, 25, on Wednesday for the murder of 43-year-old Ryan Harsany.
    Officials are remaining mum on what led them to Potts or details about his arrest.
    Potts was booked at Central Detention Center and is being held without bail.
    On Saturday, March 16, at approximately 1:50
  • Father Of 4 Among Victims In Glendale Triple Shooting; Official Cause Of Death Still Undetermined

    GLENDALE (CBSLA) — Authorities Friday identified three men who were found fatally shot at a home in Glendale as efforts continued to solve the triple homicide.
    Police say 26-year-old Leon Gough II, 50-year-old Deandre Tyronne Sims, and Christian Marty Moukam, 35, were found dead shortly after midnight Thursday in the 1300 block of Columbia Drive, just west of Adams Street, according to Sgt. Dan Suttles of the Glendale Police Department.
    The Los Angeles County Medical Examiner’s Offic
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  • Victims In Glendale Triple Shooting Identified; Official Cause Of Death Still Undetermined

    GLENDALE (CBSLA) — Authorities Friday identified three men who were found fatally shot at a home in Glendale as efforts continued to solve the triple homicide.
    Police say 26-year-old Leon Gough II, 50-year-old Deandre Tyronne Sims, and Christian Marty Moukam, 35, were found dead shortly after midnight Thursday in the 1300 block of Columbia Drive, just west of Adams Street, according to Sgt. Dan Suttles of the Glendale Police Department.
    The Los Angeles County Medical Examiner’s Offic
  • Stream The RBC Heritage

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  • LA City Councilmen Encourage Cannabis Users To Smoke Responsibly This 4/20

    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Los Angeles City Councilmembers Joe Buscaino and Marqueece Harris-Dawson took to Facebook to wish Angelenos a happy 4/20 and encourage them to smoke and consume cannabis responsibly.
    In a video posted to Buscaino’s Facebook page, the two councilmembers used the upcoming annual April 20 holiday that celebrates cannabis use as a good time to remind people about the dangers of purchasing cannabis products from unlicensed shops and encouraged consumers to shop at le
  • Bobcat Who Survived Woolsey Fire Gives Birth To Litter Of Kittens In Westlake Village

    THOUSAND OAKS (CBSLA) – A young bobcat who survived the Woolsey Fire recently gave birth to a litter of four kittens in Westlake Village.
    April 2019. (Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area)
    The bobcat, known as B-362, gave birth to three females and a male in thick vegetation in the large backyard of a home, the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area reported Friday.
    B-362 was captured by biologists on Nov. 7 in the Hillcrest Open Space Preserve of Thousand Oaks, west of
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  • Dana Warrior, Ultimate Warrior’s Widow, Now Integral Part Of WWE

    By Chuck Carroll
    (CBS New York/CBS Local) — When Dana Warrior, widow of the Ultimate Warrior, was first introduced to the world of WWE six years ago, she couldn’t have imagined the emotional roller coaster that was to come. No amount of planning could sufficiently prepare for a life that would be shattered in the blink of an eye.
    Likewise, it would be equally impossible to predict the journey she would embark on as part of the healing process.
    For years, even the most fleeting of ide
  • David And Louise Turpin Sentenced To Life In Prison For Torture, Child Abuse

    RIVERSIDE (CBSLA/AP) – A Perris couple has been sentenced to life in prison for severe abuse and neglect of 12 of their children.
    David Allen Turpin, 57, and Louise Ann Turpin, 50, each pleaded guilty in February to six counts of cruelty to a dependent adult, four counts offalse imprisonment, three counts of child abuse and one count of torture.
    In a court appearance Friday, two of the false imprisonment charges were amended to false imprisonment of a dependent adult.
    Louise Turpin wept an
  • Australian Man Wrongly Convicted Of Murder Dies In Hollywood Hit-And-Run

    HOLLYWOOD (CBSLA) – A man who was killed in a hit-and-run crash in Hollywood early Thursday morning has been identified as an Australian who was wrongly convicted of murder in his home country nearly 25 years ago before being exonerated of the crime.
    FILE — Andrew Mallard looks on during the Justice WA Rubin “Hurricane” Carter Gala Dinner at the Sheraton Hotel on February 20, 2010 in Perth, Australia. (Getty Images)
    The Los Angeles County coroner’s office identified
  • Disneyland Unveils Plans For New Mickey And Minnie Mouse Ride

    ANAHEIM (CBSLA) — Disneyland officials unveiled plans for a new Mickey and Minnie Mouse-themed attraction Thursday.
    The ride will be the first major Mickey Mouse-themed ride-through attraction at the park, Disneyland officials announced.
    Riders will enter a Mickey Mouse-themed cartoon short featuring Goofy as an engineer.
    (Courtesy of Disney)
    According to officials, The Mickey & Minnie Runaway Railway is designed to let riders experience what it would feel like to be inside of a cartoo
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  • CBSLA The Rundown: 4/19 8am

    Make CBSLA: The Rundown your Alexa Flash Briefingand listen on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify and Stitcher
    Here is a look at the top local stories for Friday, 4/19 at 8 a.m.
    Pilot Dead After Plane Crashes, Bursts Into Flames At Fullerton AirportA pilot was killed when a small, twin-engine plane crashed Thursday evening during takeoff at Fullerton Municipal Airport.
    Turpin Parents In Perris ‘House Of Horrors’ Case To Face Sentencing FridayDavid and Louise Turpin, the parents
  • Griffin Newman On ‘Our Cartoon President’, ‘The Tick’ & ‘Draft Day’

    (CBS Local)– Griffin Newman’s career is on the rise.
    After dropping out of college and bouncing around the New York comedy scene for years, Newman is now one of the stars of “The Tick” on Amazon Prime and does Jared Kushner’s voice on Showtime’s “Our Cartoon President.” Newman has wanted parts in the past, but he really wanted to play Kushner because of how much his name is in the news and how little he’s actually spoken during his time
  • Third Measles Case Reported At LAX

    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – Health officials have reported yet another case of measles involving someone who traveled through Los Angeles International Airport, this marking the fourth such incidence so far this year at L.A. County airports.
    The patient in question traveled through LAX on April 3, the L.A. County Department of Public Health reported Thursday.
    The patient arrived at Gate 70A in Terminal 7 between 10 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. The patients also ate at the B Grill by BOA Steakhouse and wa
  • Pets2Love: Lilly

    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – Meet this week’s Pet2love: Lilly!She is a 2-month-old, tan and white Cocker Spaniel mix.
    Remember, she is a puppy and will need a ton of love and attention, and of course training.
    To adopt Lilly, call the Southeast Area Animal Control Authority in Downey at 626-792-7151 and provide them with the ID #19-17545.
  • Burglars Ransack Popular Pomona Youth Center Twice In A Week

    POMONA (CBSLA) – Authorities are looking for a group of thieves who ransacked a longtime Pomona youth center twice in the past week, causing serious damage to the building and stealing thousands of dollars’ worth of equipment.
    The break-ins occurred at the Youth and Family Club of Pomona Valley, located 1420 S. Garey Ave. The first occurred overnight April 11.Security video shows five male suspects lurking around in the dark, waiting to get inside. When they do, the load trash bags f
  • Happy Ending: Upland Family Recovers Stolen Speed Boat

    UPLAND (CBSLA) – A family whose speed boat was stolen earlier this week from their Upland business is thankful after their boat was found two days later and about 50 miles away in South Los Angeles.
    April 19, 2019. (CBS2)
    On Tuesday night, a thief broke onto the property of the Martin family’s upholstery business in Upland and made off with their 27-foot speed boat “Organized Chaos.” Security video showed the thief hitching up the boat and stealing it.
    Early Thursday afte
  • No Comeback This Time: Warriors Blow Out Clippers In Game 3 Win

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — He’s Kevin Durant, and the Los Angeles Clippers got reminded of it.
    Durant scored 38 points, Stephen Curry added 21 playing with five fouls, and the Golden State Warriors dominated from the opening tip to win 132-105 Thursday night and take a 2-1 lead in their first-round playoff series.
    Andre Iguodala of the Golden State Warriors dunks the ball against Landry Shamet of the Los Angeles Clippers during the third quarter at Staples Center on April 18, 2019 in Los Ang
  • Ken Ehrlich On ‘Motown 60: A GRAMMY Celebration’: “I Would Just Hope That Viewers Reminisce”

    Motown 60: A GRAMMY Celebration comes to CBS this Sunday night at 8:00 PM ET/PT. This musical special was produced by five-time Emmy Award nominee and features performances by several iconic Motown artists and some of today’s biggest contemporary stars.
    CBS Local’s Matt Weiss spoke to Ehrlich ahead of the show’s broadcast premiere to discuss his love of Motown music, his relationship with Smokey Robinson and what he hopes viewers take away from this night; 60 years in the
  • Turpin Parents In Perris ‘House Of Horrors’ Case To Face Sentencing Friday

    PERRIS (CBSLA)  — David and Louise Turpin, the parents in the “House of Horrors” in Riverside County, will face a judge tomorrow when both are sentenced.
    The two, who pleaded guilty to starving, beating, abusing, tying up and torturing their 13 children, are both expected to be sentenced to 25-years to life.
    What is not known, is if any of the Turpin children will speak during sentencing.
    A chilling 911 call made after a then 17-year-old child escaped from the Perris home
  • Parents In ‘House Of Horrors’ Case To Face Sentencing Friday

    PERRIS (CBSLA)  — David and Louise Turpin, the parents in the “House of Horrors” in Riverside County, will face a judge tomorrow when both are sentenced.
    The two, who pleaded guilty to starving, beating, abusing, tying up and torturing their 13 children, are both expected to be sentenced to 25-years to life.
    What is not known, is if any of the Turpin children will speak during sentencing.
    A chilling 911 call made after a then 17-year-old child escaped from the Perris home
  • Hit-And-Run Driver Leaves Bicyclist Dead In Sun Valley

    SUN VALLEY (CBSLA)  —  A bicyclist was killed Thursday evening in Sun Valley by an alleged hit-and-run driver.
    Witnesses told KCAL9’s Tom Wait that the driver of a red car — possibly a sedan — hit the bicyclist and kept on going.
    The crash occurred on San Fernando Road just west of Hollywood Way.
    Wait spoke to a woman who rushed to the victim’s aid but she said it was too late.
    A week ago, near Lankershim, Wait reported on a deadly street race that claimed
  • Pilot Dead After Twin-Engine Plane Crashes, Bursts Into Flames At Fullerton Airport

    FULLERTON (CBSLA)  —  A small, twin-engine plane crashed Thursday evening at Fullerton Airport.
    The six-seat Beechcraft Duke burst into flames just after takeoff.
    Officials said the pilot — a resident of Utah — was killed. There were no passengers.
    No one was hurt on the ground.
    Both Fullerton and Anaheim Fire responded to the location.
    The plane was headed for Heber City Airport (AKA Russ McDonald Field) in Heber City, Utah. Heber is near Park City.
    KCAL9’s Sta
  • Pilot Dead After Twin-Engine Plane Bursts Into Flames At Fullerton Airport

    FULLERTON (CBSLA)  —  A small, twin-engine plane crashed Thursday evening at Fullerton Airport.
    The six-seat Beechcraft Duke burst into flames reportedly while sitting on a taxi. A preliminary report said the plane burst into flames after crashing just after taking off but that could not be confirmed.
    Officials said the pilot was killed. There were no passengers.
    No one was hurt on the ground.
    Both Fullerton and Anaheim Fire responded to the location.
    According to the flight plan
  • Parents In ‘House Of Horrors’ Case About To Face Sentencing

    PERRIS (CBSLA)  — David and Louise Turpin, the parents in the “House of Horrors” in Riverside County, will face a judge tomorrow when both are sentenced.
    The two, who pleaded guilty to starving, beating, abusing, tying up and torturing their 13 children, are both expected to be sentenced to 25-years to life.
    What is not known, is if any of the Turpin children will speak during sentencing.
    A chilling 911 call made after a then 17-year-old child escaped from the Perris home
  • On-Air Tributes Start Next Week For Late ‘Young And Restless’ Star Kristoff St. John

    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA)  — The tears will be flowing the next two weeks on CBS’ “The Young and the Restless” — nothing unusual there.
    But, for a change, these tears will be very real.
    The soap world’s most popular daytime drama will offer two tribute arcs to the late actor — Kristoff St. John — who was found dead in his home in February.
    St. John, a former child actor, was 52. Last month, the coroner announced his death was accidental with the cau
  • Mountain Lion Spotted In Pasadena Backyard

    PASADENA (CBSLA) – Authorities Thursday were investigating a mountain lion sighting in a Pasadena residential area.
    A homeowner called Pasadena police around 4:30 p.m.. to report the animal on the 1600 block of N. Lake Avenue near Washington Blvd., according to Pasadena Fire spokeswoman Lisa Dederian.
    The mountain lion was believed to be as large as 80 to 100 pounds, Dederian said.
    A short time later, a resident on the 1500 block called police and said the cat was napping under a tree.
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  • Mountain Lion Reportedly Spotted In Pasadena Backyard

    PASADENA (CBSLA) – Authorities Thursday were investigating a mountain lion sighting in a Pasadena residential area.
    A homeowner called Pasadena police just after 5 p.m. to report the animal on the 1600 block of N. Lake Avenue near Washington Blvd., according to Pasadena Fire spokeswoman Lisa Dederian.
    The mountain lion was believed to be as large as 80 to 100 pounds, Dederian said.
    A short time later, a resident on the 1500 block called police and said the cat was napping under a tree.
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  • CBSLA The Rundown: 4/18 5pm

    Make CBSLA: The Rundown your Alexa Flash Briefingand listen on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify and Stitcher
    Here is a look at the top local stories for Thursday, 4/18 at 5 p.m.
    Lake Forest Attack Suspect Appears In CourtA man suspected of a violent crime spree in Lake Forest was in court Thursday.
    Three Men Found Shot To Death In Glendale HomeThree men were found shot to death inside a home in a Glendale neighborhood early Thursday morning.
    Search On For 15-Year-Old Girl Whose Mother Is
  • Former Teacher, 47, Pleads No Contest To Unlawful Sex Charges With Male Student, 17

    BRENTWOOD (CBSLA)  —  A former Brentwood School teacher pleaded no contest Thursday for having unlawful sex with a student in 2017.
    Dr. Aimee Palmitessa, 47, entered her plea to three felony counts of unlawful sexual intercourse. She was immediately sentenced to three years in state prison to be served in local custody.
    Deputy D.A. Adrian Roxas of the Sex Crimes Division prosecuted the case.
    Palmitessa worked at the prestigious private school for about nine years and the victim w
  • Home Invasion Suspect Caught On Doorbell Video In Santa Ana

    SANTA ANA (CBSLA) — Ring doorbell video caught a Santa Ana intruder trying to break into a house before committing a home invasion robbery at a nearby home.
    Police say the suspect with the long sideburns and shirt tied around his waist attacked a woman who was asleep on the couch in her home on Riviera Drive. He demanded keys and then took off in her truck.
    “He confronted her and basically grabbed her neck and threw a chair at her,” said neighbor Danny Quon.
    Officers say the vi
  • 3 Men Found Shot To Death In Glendale Home

    GLENDALE (CBSLA) – Three men were found shot to death inside a home in a Glendale neighborhood overnight Wednesday.
    At 12:17 a.m. Thursday, Glendale police responded to 911 calls from neighbors about shots fired in the 1300 block of Columbia Drive, a narrow hillside road. They arrived to find an open garage door at the home and entered to find three men dead inside. One man was found dead in the garage and the other two were inside the home itself.
    The victims were all between 20 and 50 ye
  • Races To Continue At Santa Anita Through June Despite Nearly Two Dozen Horse Deaths

    ARCADIA (CBSLA) – Santa Anita will continue racing through the end of the current meet on June 23, despite objections from animal rights activists who urged the California Horse Racing Board to shutter the historic track.
    Speaking at the racing board’s monthly meeting Thursday at the Baldwin Terrace Room in Santa Anita Park, Chairman Chuck Winner said that he sees no reason to reallocate any of Santa Anita’s dates to another track.
    More than half of those who addressed the boar
  • Races To Continue At Santa Anita Through June Despite Nearly 2 Dozen Horse Deaths

    ARCADIA (CBSLA) – Santa Anita will continue racing through the end of the current meet on June 23, despite objections from animal rights activists who urged the California Horse Racing Board to shutter the historic track.
    Speaking at the racing board’s monthly meeting Thursday at the Baldwin Terrace Room in Santa Anita Park, Chairman Chuck Winner said that he sees no reason to reallocate any of Santa Anita’s dates to another track.
    More than half of those who addressed the boar
  • Cypress Hill Receives Star On Hollywood Walk Of Fame

    HOLLYWOOD (CBSLA) — Cypress Hill, the first Latino American hip-hop group with a recording to go platinum, received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame Thursday morning.
    Comedian George Lopez was among the speakers honoring the hip-hop group at the ceremony.
    The ceremony comes less than seven months after the release of the group’s latest album, “Elephants on Acid.”
    Cypress Hill’s members Sen Dog (L), DJ Muggs (2-L), Eric Bobo and B-Real (R) pose at their just unve
  • Thanks, George Lucas: Academy Museum of Motion Pictures Offers Free Admission

    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Entrance to the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures on Wilshire Boulevard will be free to everyone under the age of 18, thanks to the George Lucas Family Foundation and their sizeable donation, museum officials announced Thursday.
    The exact amount of the gift to the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures was not released, but it was described as a “transformative grant” in support of the museum’s “educational mission.” It will provide free admis
  • Academy Museum of Motion Pictures To Offer Free Admission Thanks To George Lucas

    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Entrance to the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures on Wilshire Boulevard will be free to everyone under the age of 18 thanks to the George Lucas Family Foundation and their sizeable donation, museum officials announced Thursday.
    The exact amount of the gift to the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures was not released, but it was described as a “transformative grant” in support of the museum’s “educational mission.” It will provide free admiss
  • Homeless Tents For Rent – Complete With Solar Power, WiFi – Ordered To Come Down In Whittier

    WHITTIER (CBSLA) – A Craigslist ad offering to rent solar-powered tents with WiFi for $400 has some people outraged in Whittier.
    The tents popped up near a growing homeless encampment on a greenbelt along Whittier Boulevard, which is located on Caltrans property owned by the state.
    The ad – which has since been taken down – pictured what Gregory Williams says is a tent that is merely a solar-powered charging station, not a temporary housing solution.
    “It can charge up to
  • 4 Arrested In Upland Baby Shower Shooting Which Killed Teen

    UPLAND (CBSLA) – Four people have been arrested in connection with a shooting outside a baby shower in a residential Upland neighborhood last weekend which left a 19-year-old man dead and three other young men hurt.
    April 14, 2019. (CBS2)
    Upland police confirmed to CBS2 Thursday that Julian Garcia, Priscila Villeda, Sonia Ellison and Lisa Vasquez have been taken into custody in the shooting which killed teen Nathan Shamblin.
    Garcia is charged with murder and attempted murder. Villeda, Elli
  • George Lucas Foundation Donation Secures Free Admission To Academy Museum of Motion Pictures

    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Entrance to the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures on Wilshire Boulevard will be free to everyone under the age of 18 thanks to thanks to the George Lucas Foundation and their sizeable donation, museum officials announced Thursday.
    The exact amount of the gift to the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures was not released, but it was described as a “transformative grant” in support of the museum’s “educational mission.” It will provide free adm
  • Dodgers Tie MLB Record With Home Runs In 32 Straight Home Games

    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – When the L.A. Dodgers host the Pittsburgh Pirates next week, they’ll be looking to make some history.
    A.J. Pollock of the Dodgers hits a three-run home run off Sonny Gray of the Reds on April 17, 2019. (Getty Images)
    A.J. Pollock’s three-run home run in the sixth inning of Wednesday’s 3-2 win over the Reds tied a Major League Baseball record by marking an astounding 32 consecutive regular season home games in which the Dodgers have hit a home run.
    Th
  • AMBER ALERT: Search On For 15-Year-Old Girl Whose Mother Is Wanted In A Carson Murder

    CARSON (CBSLA) – Authorities have issued an Amber Alert in the search for Alora Benitez, a missing 15-year-old Redondo Beach girl who is believed to be in the company of her mother and another man, both of whom are considered suspects in a killing that occurred in Carson Tuesday.
    Alora Benitez. (Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department)
    Thirty-nine-year-old Roman Cerratos and 40-year-old Maricela Mercado are wanted in the murder of man whose body was found in an Audi in the 400 block
  • Target Recalling Half Million Christmas Toys Sold In Bullseye’s Playground

    SACRAMENTO (CBS Sacramento) – Target is recalling nearly a half million Christmas-themed toy cars sold in its Bullseye’s Playground due to a choking hazard.
    The little wooden cars feature Santa in a sleigh, a firetruck, a taxi, a caboose, an ice cream truck, a train, a police car, and a digger. The eight cars were sold both individually and as an 8-pack in stores and online from October 2018 through November 2018. Each car cost about $1, with the 8-pack costing $8.
    Credit: Target
    The
  • Four Arrested In Upland Baby Shower Shooting Which Killed Teen

    UPLAND (CBSLA) – Four people have been arrested in connection with a shooting outside a baby shower in a residential Upland neighborhood last weekend which left a 19-year-old man dead and three other young men hurt.
    April 14, 2019. (CBS2)
    Upland police confirmed to CBS2 Thursday that Julian Garcia, Priscila Villeda, Sonia Ellison and Lisa Vasquez have been taken into custody in the shooting which killed teen Nathan Shamblin.
    Garcia is charged with murder and attempted murder. Villeda, Elli
  • WWE Injuries Include Daniel Bryan, Sheamus, Amid Superstar Shakeups

    By Chuck Carroll
    (CBS New York/CBS Local) — Post-WrestleMania is a quiet time for WWE, as the company takes a collective deep breath in the wake of its biggest event and reassesses where it stands. It’s also a good time to plan for the year ahead, with RAW and SmackDown continuing and Money In The Bank just a month away. With that, we look at injuries, roster changes and various other goings-on across the WWE universe.
    Daniel Bryan has been absent from television since losing the WWE
  • Brian Raftery On New Book ‘Best Movie Year Ever’, Reese Witherspoon & The Matrix

    (CBS Local)– 1999 was an all time great year for movies.
    “The Matrix”, “Fight Club”, and “Office Space” all hit theaters 20 years ago and author Brian Raftery believes it’s time to properly label this time period. His new book “Best Movie Year Ever” features interviews with people like Reese Witherspoon, Edward Norton, Kirsten Dunst and Mike Judge about the masterpieces they  created in 1999.
    “I originally started workin
  • Cypress Hill To Receive Star On Hollywood Walk Of Fame

    HOLLYWOOD (CBSLA) — Cypress Hill, the first Latino American hip-hop group with a recording to go platinum, will receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame Thursday morning.
    Comedian Tommy Chong and rapper Xzibit will be among the speakers honoring the hip-hop group at the 11:30 a.m. ceremony being live-streamed on walkoffame.com.
    The ceremony comes 10 days short of seven months after the release of its the group’s latest album, “Elephants on Acid.”
    NEW YORK – MARC
  • Mueller Report On Russia Investigation Finally Released

    The Justice Department released the much anticipated Mueller Report Thursday morning, which found no evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.
  • The Mueller Report Is Out: Read The Full Document Here

    The Justice Department has finally released the redacted Mueller Report. Read it here.

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