• Mother Killed, 8-Year-Old Daughter Critically Wounded In Shooting In Compton Home

    COMPTON (CBSLA) — A woman was killed and her 8-year-old daughter was critically wounded in a shooting overnight Friday at a home in Compton.
    The shooting was reported at 1:42 a.m. Saturday at a home in the 12400 block of South Grandee Avenue.
    Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputies responded to find a woman dead at the scene from at least one shot to the upper torso.
    They also located the woman’s two children, a 1-year-old boy and a 3-year-old girl, unhurt in the home, the sherif
  • Man, Woman Shot To Death In Abandoned Building In South LA

    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – A triple-shooting left a man and a woman dead and a third man critically wounded early Saturday morning inside an abandoned auto repair building in South Los Angeles.
    The two deceased victims, both between 20 and 30 years old, were found by officers at about 4 a.m. at a building in the 6200 block of South Figueroa after responding to a “shooting investigation” call, Los Angeles police said.
    There was no immediate word on the condition of the third victim.
  • Police Search for Missing 11-Year-Old Oxnard Boy

    OXNARD (CBSLA) – A search is underway for an 11-year-old boy who went missing Friday night in Oxnard.
    Andes Fajardo. (Oxnard PD)
    Andes Fajardo left his home in the 1600 block of Woodland Street sometime before 9:45 p.m. His mother became concerned and called authorities when he did not return.
    Police did not suspect foul play in his disappearance.
    Fajardo is described as Hispanic, 4-foot-9, 85 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing a black shirt with red stripes, g
  • WATCH: Hundreds Gather To Remember Barbara Bush In Private Funeral Service

    Watch coverage of the service in the video player above.
    HOUSTON — Some 1,500 guests are arriving Saturday at a private funeral for Barbara Bush at the nation’s largest Episcopal church in Houston.
    First Lady Melania Trump, former President Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton, and former President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama are among those attending the by-invitation-only service at St. Martin’s Episcopal Church in Houston.
    Burial will follow at the Bush Library at Texas A&am
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  • Fearing Chaos, National Democrats Plunge Into Midterm Primary Fights

    Democratic leaders are intervening aggressively in California, where the state’s unusual voting system could undercut their chances in crowded congressional races.
  • For Meghan Markle, The Road To Windsor Castle Started In Windsor Hills, California

    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA)   — For Megan Markle, the road to Windsor Castle started near Windsor Hills, California.
    She grew up there, her mother still lives there in Meghan’s childhood home.
    A “No Trespassing” sign sits outside the home now and Meghan’s mother, Doria Ragland, is notoriously private.
    But neighbors in Windsor Hills can’t contain their excitement about their local girl becoming a princess.
    “Heyyyyyy. I think it’s great! She’
  • Kershaw Vs Scherzer And The Winner Is…Not The Dodgers (5-2)

    LOS ANGELES (AP)  — Max Scherzer scattered four hits over six innings against Clayton Kershaw in the 13th all-time meeting of three-time Cy Young Award winners and the Washington Nationals beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 5-2 on Friday night.
    Scherzer (4-1) struck out nine and walked a season-high three in the first such matchup since 2006.
    Kershaw (1-3) gave up four runs and nine hits in seven innings while striking out a season-low four against no walks.
    Washington improved to 7-3 on th
  • Police Pursuit Ends With 1 Of 3 Suspects Running Into Hospital

    SAN GABRIEL (CBSLA) — A person in a possibly stolen vehicle that was being pursued by police ran into a hospital in San Gabriel late Friday.
    Police were following a white Scion, which might have been stolen, for reckless driving on the 210 Fwy.
    The driver got off the freeway near San Marino Avenue and Las Tunas Drive before a passenger ran off and into nearby San Gabriel Hospital.
    After the driver and another passenger were placed in police custody, LAPD set up a perimeter around
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  • Giants Hit 3 Home Runs To Upend Angels, 8-1

    ANAHEIM (AP)  — Andrew McCutchen hit a towering, three-run homer, Mac Williamson hit a two-run homer in his first big league game this season and Nick Hundley also connected to back Jeff Samardzija in the San Francisco Giants’ 8-1 win against the Los Angeles Angels on Friday night.
    The Angels had only five hits, including a homer by Mike Trout, a double by Albert Pujols for his 2,991st career hit and two singles by Shohei Ohtani.
    Samardzija (1-0) just made it through five inning
  • Southwest Gives $5,000 Checks To Passengers On Flight 1380

    (CNN) — Some passengers aboard Southwest Airlines Flight 1380 received a $5,000 check after a deadly engine failure that led to an emergency landing in Philadelphia.
    The jet’s engine failed Tuesday about 20 minutes into its flight from New York City to Dallas. Debris from the engine blew out a window, causing passenger Jennifer Riordan to almost get sucked out of the plane.
    Passengers dragged her back into the cabin, but she died at a Philadelphia hospital after the plane made an eme
  • Frida’s Relatives Put Kibosh On Kahlo Barbie, For Now

    MEXICO CITY (CBSLA) — The distant relatives of the legendary Mexican artist have won a temporary injunction that’ll stop the sales of the new Frida Kahlo Barbie.
    The Associated Press reported Kahlo’s grand-niece Mara de Anda Romeo argued in court that toy giant Mattel, who makes Barbie, has no right to use the painter’s image in its line of dolls called the “Inspiring Women” series.
    The company said it worked on the doll with the Frida Kahlo Corp., a Pana
  • CDC Expands E. coli Warning To All Romaine Lettuce

    LOS ANGELES (CNN) — The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has expanded its warning about an E. coli outbreak connected to romaine lettuce to cover all forms of romaine, including whole heads and hearts of romaine grown in the Yuma, Arizona, growing area. A previous warning was limited to chopped forms of romaine, including salads and salad mixes.
    The CDC based the new warning on eight new cases of acute gastroenteritis at a correctional facility in Nome, Alaska, that
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  • Man Sentenced For Death Of Girlfriend Who Jumped From Moving Car

    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA)  — A Palmdale man was sentenced Fiday to 12 years and eight months in state prison for the death of his girlfriend after she jumped out of a moving vehicle during a domestic violence attack, authorities said.
    Deputy D.A.  Jeffrey Illions said Bryan McKim, 58, pleaded no contest on Jan. 8 to one count each of voluntary manslaughter and kidnapping.
    On March 3, 2016, McKim was driving with his girlfriend, Linda Wood, 58, in his pickup near East Avenue R in Palmda
  • LAX To Swap Diesel Buses With Electric

    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — The Los Angeles Board of Airport Commissioners approved the purchase of 20 electric buses to be used for airfield guest transportation, Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) announced Friday.
    The buses were approved on Thursday and will replace older, diesel-operated buses.
    LAWA said the newly approved electric buses would produce no polluting emissions, reduce maintenance costs and provide a quieter ride for guests.
    According to LAWA, spending for the new buses cann
  • Minnesota Grandmother Wanted For 2 Murders Caught In Texas

    SOUTH PADRE ISLAND, Tx  (CNN) — A grandmother accused of killing her husband before traveling across the country, killing a woman and impersonating her, has been arrested in Texas, authorities said.
    The hunt for Lois Riess, 56, of Blooming Prairie, Minnesota, ended Thursday night, when she was captured in South Padre Island, Texas, the Lee County, Florida, Sheriff’s Office said.
    Authorities found Riess about 25 minutes after they got a tip from someone who spotted her at a resta
  • Tesla Factory Safety Under Scrutiny After Worker Is Injured

    Days after a news report focused on conditions at the plant, a California agency said it was investigating an episode that left a millwright’s jaw broken.
  • North Korea Suspends Nuclear, Long-Range Missile Tests, Will Close Testing Site

    SEOUL, South Korea — North Korea will suspend nuclear tests and nuclear tests and launches of intercontinental ballistic missiles as of Saturday, the country’s state-run news reported Friday. The decision came after a meeting of the ruling Worker’s Party of Korea, BBC News reports.
    “The North will shut down a nuclear test site in the country’s northern side to prove the vow to suspend nuclear test,” North Korea’s Korean Central News Agency said, accordi
  • ‘Smallville’ Actress Arrested, Charged With Recruiting Sex Slaves For Cult Group

    NEW YORK (CBS New York/AP) – “Smallville” star Allison Mack was arrested Friday morning on federal charges of sex trafficking, accused of helping recruit women to be slaves of a man who ran a cult-like organization.
    Mack, 35, and Keith Raniere, also known as “Vanguard,” face sex trafficking and forced labor conspiracy charges.
    FILE — Actress Allison Mack at the Wizard World Chicago Comic Con on Aug. 11, 2013, in Rosemont, Illinois. (Getty Images)
    Raniere, 57,
  • Survivor Castoff Libby Vincek Speaks Out

    “Survivor: Ghost Island” is down to 11 contestants as Libby Vincek got voted out a Tribal Council this week. Libby had many strong friendships and was seen as a threat to win by some some of the other contestants. In the end, those things and a few other circumstances ultimately were the reason why her torch was extinguished.
    Libby talked with CBS Local about why she got voted off, her Survivor experience and who she wants to win.
    Why do you think you were voted off?
    Libby Vincek: I
  • Sen. Schumer Introduces Bill To Decriminalize Marijuana On 4/20

    CBS News — On 4/20, a day unofficially celebrated as a marijuana holiday, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer announced his intent to introduce a bill decriminalizing the cannabis plant.
    “It’s time we allow states, once and for all, to have the power to decide what works best for them,” the senator said in a tweet.
    THREAD: It’s official. Today, I am formally announcing my plan to decriminalize marijuana at the federal level. It’s time we allow states, on
  • CSU Reverses Course, Says No To Tuition Hike For 2018-19 Year

    LONG BEACH (CBSLA) — Following a months-long debate, the California State University system has chosen not raise tuition at its 23 campuses for the 2018-19 year, despite a significant gap in state funding, the chancellor announced Friday.
    CSU said in a news release that instead of raising tuition, it will attempt to work with the California Legislature to approve increased funding.
    Chancellor Timothy White “determined that is in California’s best interest for the state to provi
  • Trump Lawyer Told To File Statement To Slow Porn Star’s Suit

    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA/AP) — A federal judge told lawyers for President Donald Trump’s attorney Michael Cohen that he needs to file a declaration in court in order to delay a lawsuit filed by porn actress Stormy Daniels aimed at dissolving a confidentiality agreement that prevents her from talking about an alleged affair with Trump.
    Judge S. James Otero said Cohen needs to file a statement declaring that his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination might be jeopardized if the cas
  • NBA Coaching Candidates: Perfect Hires For Every Opening

    By James Herbert
    (CBS Sports)- Last summer was an aberration in the NBA coaching world, as zero — ZERO! — teams made a change. It turned out that this did not reflect the profession getting less volatile, as three coaches — Earl Watson in Phoenix, David Fizdale in Memphis and Jason Kidd in Milwaukee — were fired midseason. Three more — Jeff Hornacek in New York, Steve Clifford in Charlotte and Frank Vogel in Orlando — have been dismissed since the end of the r
  • Number Of LAUSD Superintendent Candidates Down To 3

    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Could the Los Angeles Unified School District Board be closer to naming a new superintendent to lead the nation’s second-largest school district?
    The number of candidates is now down to three, after Indianapolis schools Superintendent Lewis Ferebee withdrew his name from consideration Wednesday.
    “Recently, I was announced as one of the finalists for the Los Angeles Unified School District superintendent position,” Ferebee said in a statement rep
  • Swedish-Born DJ And Producer Avicii Found Dead At 28

    NEW YORK (CBSLA/AP) —Swedish musician, DJ and record producer Avicii, born Tim Bergling, died Friday in Muscat, Oman, according to a statement released by a representative for the artist. He was 28.
    “The family is devastated and we ask everyone to please respect their need for privacy in this difficult time,” said publicist Diana Baron in the statement.
    Avicii was a pioneer of the contemporary Electronic Dance Movement and a rare DJ capable of worldwide arena tour. He won two M
  • Sexual Misconduct Was Extensive At Coachella’s First Weekend, Report Says

    INDIO (CBSLA) – A magazine editor claims she experienced rampant sexual harassment during the first weekend of Coachella while working on a story about the issue for Teen Vogue.
    In a piece published Wednesday, journalist Vera Papisova said she was groped 22 times over a 10-hour period while attending Coachella, saying that she was “repeatedly violated by strangers.” Papisova described being followed, grabbed, insulted, spoken to inappropriately and groped on multiple occasions.
  • DNC Sues Trump Campaign, Wikileaks, Russia For Conspiracy To Win 2016 Election

    NEW YORK (CBSLA/AP) — The Democratic National Committee has sued President Donald Trump’s campaign, his son, his son-in-law, the Russian Federation and WikiLeaks, saying they conspired to help Trump win the 2016 presidential election.
    The DNC filed the lawsuit Friday in federal court in Manhattan. It seeks unspecified damages and an order to prevent further interference with DNC computer systems.
    The lawsuit says Trump and his associates had relationships with Russia that enabled cre
  • LAPD Officer Charged With Murder In Fiery Off-Duty Wreck That Killed Family Of 3

    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – A 27-year-old Los Angeles police officer is facing murder charges in a violent crash last September on the 605 Freeway in Whittier that killed a family of three.
    From left to right: Mario Davila, his wife Maribel, and their son, Oscar. (Credit: Davila Family)
    Edgar Verduzco has been charged with three counts each of murder and vehicular manslaughter, along with one count each of driving under the influence and driving with a .08 blood-alcohol content causing injury, t
  • With Coachella Campground Closed, Festival-Goers Improvise With ‘Walmartchella’

    INDIO (CBSLA) — As the saying goes, when you get lemons, make lemonade, so when you can’t get into Coachella, there’s still “Walmartchella”.
    Thousands of music fans who drove to Indio for the second weekend of Coachella were delayed from checking into the campgrounds due to severe winds. With nowhere to go, they flooded a nearby Walmart parking lot and dubbed it “#Walmartchella”.
    Indio is anarchy rn. Every camper has turned the Walmart parking lot i
  • Orioles Trading Manny Machado At Deadline Seeming More Likely

    By Dayn Perry
    (CBS Sports)- Orioles infielder Manny Machado endured a bit of a disappointing 2017 season, but thus far in 2018 he’s producing in line with expectations. Through 19 games, Machado in this, his age-25 campaign owns a slash line of .338/.414/.623 (189 OPS+) with five home runs and seven doubles. Those are excellent numbers, to say the least.
    Machado of course is bound for a big payday next winter. He’s very young as pending free agents go, he’s a dif
  • SportsLine’s Top Weekend Picks: NBA And NHL Playoffs Roll On

    Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Indiana PacersFriday, April 20, 2018, 7:00 pm ET
    I need to ride LeBron James. The Cavs will continue to get better as the playoffs get deeper. Game 3 is a must-win for the Cavs and that is all we need to do to get an ATS cover. I have the Cavaliers as 4-point favorites in this spot.
    SportsLine Expert: Kenny White (9-7-1 in last 17 NBA O/U picks)
    Toronto Raptors vs. Washington WizardsFriday, April 20, 2018, 8:00 pm ET
    The Wizards were embarrassed
  • Students Walk Out In Memory Of Columbine Victims

    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) —  Students walked out of school Friday to mark the 19th anniversary of the Columbine High School shooting in Colorado and protest what organizers call the failure of elected officials to tackle gun violence.
    Thousands of students from Los Angeles to Irvine took part in the walkout, which included organized student gatherings on multiple campuses. More than 2,100 walkouts were planned nationally, with at least one in every state.
    “We really want to send a mes
  • Students To Walk Out In Memory Of Columbine Shooting

    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) —  Students will walk out of school Friday to mark the 19th anniversary of the Columbine High School shooting in Colorado and protest what organizers call the failure of elected officials to tackle gun violence.
    It’s not clear how many Southern California students will participate in Friday’s walkout, but organized student gathering shave been planned on multiple campuses, including open-microphone forums and discussions with local elected leaders.
  • Driver Killed In Big Rig Wreck On 60 Freeway Near South El Monte

    SOUTH EL MONTE (CBSLA) – A driver died Thursday night when a semi-truck overturned on a transition road to the 605 Freeway in the Avocado Heights area, near South El Monte and the City of Industry.
    The crash occurred just before 11 p.m. on the westbound State Route 60 connector to the northbound and southbound 605 Freeway on-ramps. The semi truck carrying recycled materials overturned, damaging about 75-feet of guardrail. The driver of the big rig was pronounced dead at the scene, Californ
  • One Found Dead In South LA Garage Blaze

    MANCHESTER SQUARE (CBSLA) – A male was found dead Friday morning in garage fire in the Manchester Square neighborhood of South Los Angeles.
    At about 7:14 a.m., Los Angeles Fire Department crews responded to a blaze at a converted one-story garage in the back of a property in the 1800 block of West 75th Street.
    They arrived to find the garage engulfed in flames. While fighting the fire, a male was found dead inside. His name and age were not immediately known.
    It took 26 firefighters 22 min
  • Man Found Dead In South LA Garage Blaze

    MANCHESTER SQUARE (CBSLA) – A man was found dead Friday morning in garage fire in the Manchester Square neighborhood of South Los Angeles.
    At about 7:14 a.m., Los Angeles Fire Department crews responded to a blaze at a converted one-story garage in the back of a property in the 1800 block of West 75th Street.
    They arrived to find the garage engulfed in flames. While fighting the fire, a man was found dead inside. His name and age were not immediately known.
    It took 26 firefighters 22 minut
  • Feds Hit Wells Fargo With Staggering $1B Fine For Unfair Customer Fees

    By Donna Borak
    WASHINGTON (CNN Money) — Two federal regulators are fining Wells Fargo $1 billion for forcing customers into car insurance and charging mortgage borrowers unfair fees.
    The penalty was announced early Friday by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency.
    It is the harshest action taken by the Trump administration against a Wall Street bank.
    Wells Fargo apologized last year for charging as many as 570,000 clients for car insuranc
  • Trump Lawyers To Argue For Delay In Stormy Daniels Case After Raid On Attorney’s Office

    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA/AP) — The ongoing legal battle between President Donald Trump and a porn actress moves back to a Los Angeles federal courtroom Friday.
    U.S. District Judge James Otero is set to hear arguments Friday morning about whether to delay Stormy Daniels’ case after FBI agents raided the office and residence of Trump’s lawyer, Michael Cohen, seeking records about a nondisclosure agreement Daniels signed days before the 2016 presidential election.
    Daniels, whose real na
  • Pets2Love: Summer

    STUDIO CITY (CBSLA.com) — Meet this week’s Pets2Love: Summer!
    Summer is a 5-year-old female German Shepherd. Fully grown, she weighs 56 pounds and has a brown, full coat.
    Summer is available for adoption at SEAACA in Downey. To adopt her, call (562) 803-3301 and ask for ID# 18-19143.
  • Irvine Man Charged With Anti-Semitic Hate Crimes After Being Turned In By Family Member

    IRVINE (CBSLA)  — An Irvine man is charged with hate crimes for threatening to kill Jewish people and possessing anti-Semitic literature and ammunition.
    Nicholas Rose, 26, was charged in court Thursday with attempted criminal threats, violation of civil rights and the sentencing enhancement of a hate crime, which carries a 6-year, 6-month sentence.
    Officials say a Rose family member tipped them off to his potential violence.
    Officials said on or about April 16, 2018 Rose told a family
  • ACLU Backs Students Planning To March Against Gun Violence Amid Threats From Principal To Ban Participants From Prom

    SOUTH GATE (CBSLA) — Dozens of students are expected to walk out of a Southland high school Friday to march for stricter gun control laws. Their principal has threatened participants with keeping them from going to prom if they do, but a prominent civil rights groups has the students’ backs.
    “If we were involved or we walked out tomorrow, we wouldn’t be allowed to go into our prom,” said South Gate High School senior Rachel Iribe. Students are expected to
  • Red Sox Sweep Angels. 8-2

    ANAHEIM (AP)   –Mookie Betts hit his second leadoff homer in three games, Andrew Benintendi homered and drove in three runs and the Boston Red Sox completed a dominant sweep of the AL West-leading Los Angeles Angels with an 8-2 victory Thursday night.
    J.D. Martinez and Rafael Devers also drove in runs during the seventh consecutive victory by the major league-leading Red Sox, who have won 16 of 17 since losing on opening day.
    Eduardo Rodriguez (2-0) pitched six innings of three-h
  • Comey Memos Detail Trump’s Comments On Russia, Reservations About Flynn

    (CNN) — In his memos documenting conversations with President Donald Trump, former FBI Director James Comey recounts Trump’s “serious reservations” about then-national security adviser Michael Flynn as well as the President’s concerns about media leaks and Trump’s recollection of Russian President Vladimir Putin telling him that Russia had the “most beautiful hookers in the world.”
    The Comey memos provided to Congress on Thursday and obtained by CN
  • Listen To Long-Lost Prince Recording Of ‘Nothing Compares 2 U’

    (CBS News) — Most people know the song “Nothing Compare 2 U” as sung by Sinead O’Connor in 1990, but it was actually written and composed by Prince for a band he had called the Family, and now, fans can listen to a long-lost 1984 studio recording of Prince performing the song. The late singer performed his own version of “Nothing Compares 2 U” in concert, and a live version appeared in his box set “The Hits/The B-Sides” in 1993, but on Th
  • Prosecutor: Evidence Shows Prince Thought He Was Taking Vicodin, Not Fentanyl; No Criminal Charges To Be Filed

    MINNEAPOLIS (CBS News) — Prince thought he was taking a common painkiller but instead ingested a counterfeit pill containing the dangerously powerful drug fentanyl, a Minnesota prosecutor said Thursday as he announced that no charges would be filed in the musician’s death.
    Metz also said Thursday there’s no evidence any of the people surrounding Prince gave him counterfeit Vicodin or knew he had it. And he announced he’s filing no criminal charges in the musicia
  • San Quentin Inmate Free After More Than 25 Years On Death Row

    SAN QUENTIN (CBS SF) — A man who spent almost a quarter of a century on California’s death row took his first steps of freedom right into his family’s arms Thursday after his conviction in the rape and killing of his girlfriend’s two-year-old daughter was overturned.
    Prison guards released 68-year-old Vicente Benavides at 4 p.m. Thursday afternoon. He looked happy, relieved, and ready to leave San Quentin for good.
    Escorted out of the prison in a white prison van, Be
  • Female Beachgoer Run Over By Newport Beach City Vehicle

    NEWPORT BEACH (CBSLA)   — An unidentified woman was run over Thursday by a Newport Beach City vehicle while she lay on the beach.
    Officials said the accident took place just after 1 p.m. near the Newport Beach Pier at 20th Street, near lifeguard headquarters.
    The victim was rushed to nearby O.C. Global Medical Center. She is expected to survive.
    Authorities confirmed to KCAL9’s Michele Gile that the truck’s white tires rolled over the woman.
    She also reported the woma
  • Man Fatally Stabbed At Steakhouse With Daughter On His Lap; Homeless Suspect Arrested

    VENTURA (CBSLA) – A man stabbed in the neck while sitting with his young daughter on his lap at a Ventura steakhouse Wednesday night has died, and a 49-year-old homeless man was arrested in what’s believed to be a random attack.
    According to Ventura police, at about 9:20 p.m. Wednesday, the suspect, identified as Jamal Jackson, entered Aloha Steakhouse, located at 364 S. California St., and stabbed a man in the neck with a knife in what appeared to be a random attack. The victim, lat
  • 1 Victim In Deadly Inglewood Strip Mall Shooting Identified

    INGLEWOOD (CBSLA) — Police have identified one of the two men killed by gunfire in an Inglewood shopping center earlier this week.
    Police said 36-year-old Delroy Bogle of Las Vegas died at the scene of Tuesday’s walk-up shooting in a strip mall on the 1100 block of N. La Brea Avenue.
    Another man witnesses said was a regular at Hungry Joe’s Jamaican Restaurant, where an argument took place prior to the shooting, was also shot and died as a result of his injuries at a local
  • New York City ‘Poop Train’ Finally Leaves After Stinking Up Alabama Town, Mayor Says

    (CBS News) — An Alabama mayor says the last train car full of New York City sewage sludge that has stunk up her town has finally been emptied and removed. For more than two months, the sludge has blown an unbearable stench throughout the small town of Parrish.
    Mayor Heather Hall told CBS affiliate WIAT-TV Wednesday that all of the containers have been emptied. Some are still awaiting shipment back to the northeast U.S.
    Good news! The stink trains are gone. A few containers sit em

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