• Public’s Help Sought In Search For Missing 81-Year-Old Lake Elsinore Man With Dementia

    LAKE ELSINORE (CBSLA) — Family members an 81-year-old man with dementia are asking for the public’s help getting him home safely after he went missing in Lake Elsinore last week.
    Manuel Soto wandered away from home early Thursday morning. His wife of 56 years, Maria, was the last person to see him and is worried sick, according to their niece, Gabriella Rosas.
    “She feels guilty … We try to tell her, you know, it’s no one’s fault. Not even his,” Rosas sa
  • ‘She Was Who You Are Supposed To Be:’ Family Remembers Anaheim Veteran Allegedly Killed By Ex

    ANAHEIM (CBSLA) — The sister of a Navy lieutenant deputies say was killed by her ex-boyfriend is calling on others to remember her legacy of service.
    The night Judith Spirtos got the call that her 40-year-old sister, Navy Lieutenant Ruth Cortes, was murdered in the driveway of their aunt’s house in Moreno Valley October 30th, she says it was “an absolute shock.”
    “People were calling us and they were asking what happened. And instead of saying, ‘Oh my gosh what
  • #SealTheMeal: David Goldstein’s Investigation Into Food Delivery Services Prompts County-Wide Change

    The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors have passed a motion that could lead to sealed bags for food deliveries.
  • 88-Year-Old Woman Who Tripped Over Scooter, Fracturing Hip, Sues Lyft And City Of Santa Monica

    SANTA MONICA (CBSLA) — An 88-year-old woman who tripped over a Lyft scooter in Santa Monica, fracturing her hip and elbow, is suing the city, the rideshare company, and the Santa Monica Community College District.
    According to the Santa Monica Daily Press, Dorothy “Dolly” Green was attending class at the Santa Monica Community College Emeritus, a school for older adults, when she tripped over a scooter parked in front of the school.
    Dorothy “Dolly” Green was injured
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  • 87-Year-Old Woman Who Tripped Over Lyft Scooter, Fracturing Hip, Sues Lyft And City Of Santa Monica

    SANTA MONICA (CBSLA) — An 87-year-old woman who tripped over a Lyft scooter in Santa Monica, fracturing her hip and elbow, was suing the city, the rideshare company, and the Santa Monica Community College District.
    According to the Santa Monica Daily Press, Dorothy “Dolly” Green was attending class at the Santa Monica Community College Emeritus, a school for older adults, when she tripped over a scooter parked in front of the school.
    Dorothy “Dolly” Green was injure
  • Report: 25 Percent Of People In LA Are Able To Purchase Median-Priced Home

    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Just how much does it cost to buy a house in Los Angeles?
    According to a report by the California Association of Realtors, homebuyers need to make at least $127,000 annually to buy a median-priced home.
    The median price of a home in Los Angeles County is $649,000 with a monthly mortgage payment of $3,180.
    “I’m seeing homes under a million dollars are picking up and moving especially since interest rates are going down,” said local realtor Chris Gray
  • New Evidence Exonerates Man 11 Years After Wrongful Conviction For Armed Robberies In Boyle Heights

    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — A man wrongfully convicted in 2008 for a series of armed robberies in Boyle Heights has been released from prison and declared factually innocent of the crimes.
    A claim sent to the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Conviction Review Unit set the wheels in motion for prosecutors and investigators to unearth new evidence that led to the exoneration of  49-year-old Ruben Martinez Jr.
    “This case — brought to our attention by an inmate who was not repr
  • Man Charged With Murder In Alleged DUI Crash That Killed Long Beach Family On Halloween

    LONG BEACH (CBSLA) – A man who allegedly drove drunk on Halloween night and ran down a Long Beach couple and their 3-year-old son was charged Tuesday with three counts each of murder and gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated.
    Carlo Adrian Navarro, 20, is expected to be arraigned on the charges Wednesday in Long Beach.
    Navarro is accused of drunkenly mowing down the family of three on their first trick-or-treat outing together on Halloween night.
    The crash killed 30-year-old Joseph
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  • ‘Bad Blood’ Behind Multiple Fights At South LA High School; School Police Hit With Bottle

    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – Eight students were detained Tuesday at a South Los Angeles high school after several fights broke out among students.
    Officials say Los Angeles Police Department officers were dispatched to Fremont High School on the 7600 block ofSouth San Pedro Street about 11:30 a.m.
    By the time order was restored Tuesday afternoon, eight students had been detained and released to their parents.Paramedics were also sent to the school, but there were no injuries reported.
    A school p
  • Westminster Pet Store Accused Of Selling Sick Puppies Closes Its Doors

    WESTMINSTER (CBSLA) — A Westminster pet store accused of selling people sick dogs — some so sick they ended up dying — appears to have closed its doors.
    While in remission from stage four breast cancer, Delight Honan decided to rescue a puppy from CA Puppy in Westminster Mall.
    “I saw that puppy and fell madly in love with him,” Honan said about a purebred chihuahua. “The next day he was in the emergency hospital.”
    Taquito Pepe was diagnosed with multiple
  • Detectives Release Security Video Of Santa Ana Robber Wearing Charcoal Mask

    SANTA ANA (CBSLA) – Authorities have released surveillance video of a man wanted for robbing a Santa Ana liquor store at gunpoint back in June while wearing a black charcoal mask.
    Surveillance video of the June 22, 2019, robbery. (Santa Ana PD)
    Santa Ana police Tuesday put out surveillance video of the robbery which occurred on the night of June 22 at Nady’s Liquor Store, located at 652 South Harbor Blvd.
    According to police, at 10:40 p.m. the suspect walked into the store, pulled ou
  • Fantasy Football Waiver Wire: Nick Foles A Top QB Option As He Returns From Injury

    By Matt Citak
    (CBS Boston) Week 11 is upon us, which means time is running out to clinch your spot in the fantasy postseason.
    Week 10 was a tough one for many fantasy managers, as six teams, including fantasy-friendly offenses such as the Patriots, Texans, Eagles and Jaguars, had the week off. That is the largest number of teams on bye in the same week that we will have to deal with all season. We’re not completely out of the woods yet, as Weeks 11 and 12 feature four teams on bye each wee
  • Residents Authorized To Kill Invasive Ducks Running Amok In Town

    PEARLAND, Texas (CBS Local) — Muscovy ducks are taking over a town in Texas and residents are now being encouraged to trap or even shoot them in some cases.
    The City of Pearland is allowing landowners and homeowner’s associations (HOAs) to “address the ducks as seen fit, and within legal parameters, by the HOA or the landowner.”
    Pearland is designated as a bird sanctuary city but the Muscovy duck is considered an invasive species from Central and South America and are the
  • Two Fast-Food Employees Fired After Police Officer Refused Service

    ROXBORO, N.C. (CBS Local) — Two employees at a fast-food restaurant in North Carolina were fired last week after they allegedly refused service to a police officer.
    The Roxboro Police Chief David Hess said one of his officers, Kenneth Horton, an Army veteran and police sergeant, was on duty and in uniform when he arrived a Cook Out restaurant early Thursday to get food.
    “We’re saddened that an employee denied service to a police officer,” Hess told WTVD. “We promote
  • LAPD Sent To South LA High School After Multiple Fights Reported On Campus

    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – A heavy police presence was on campus at a South Los Angeles high school Tuesday after a fight broke out among students.
    Officials say Los Angeles Police Department officers were dispatched to Fremont High School on the 7600 block ofSouth San Pedro Street about 11:30 a.m.
    Paramedics were also sent to the school, but there were no immediate reports of injuries.
    Officers are seen standing in a line on campus at Fremont High. (credit: CBS)
    Police were assisting Los Angel
  • ‘I Still Have A Chance To Make An Impact’: Marina Mabrey On The Los Angeles Sparks, Derek Fisher, WNBA

    (CBS Local)– 2019 has been a wild year in Marin Mabrey’s life.
    The Los Angeles Sparks guard lost in the national championship game at Notre Dame, got drafted by the Sparks, and then saw her team get swept in the conference finals by the Connecticut Sun. Mabrey learned a lot from this chapter of her life.
    “It was a rollercoaster ride. I had so many different people helping me out and I had some great times and some bad times,” said Mabrey in an interview with CBS Local&rsq
  • VIDEO: US Marines Arrested During Battalion Formation At Camp Pendleton

    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Dramatic new video captures the moment when more than a dozen U.S. Marineswere arrested at Camp Pendleton as part of a human smuggling investigation.
    Three video clips obtained by the San Diego Union-Tribune show the July 25 arrest of Marines from 1st Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment, during battalion formation as military police took the suspects into custody.
    Authorities told the newspaper the full video would not be released to “protect the rights of the accuse
  • Behind the Scenes with Disney on Ice presents Mickey’s Search Party

    Join Mickey Mouse and his friends at Disney On Ice presents Mickey’s Search Party, a brand new adventure filled with world‐class skating, high‐flying acrobatics, and unexpected  stunts! Help them follow Captain Hook’s treasure map and look for clues in the search for  Tinker Bell in immersive, fantastic worlds. Explore the colorful spirit realm of Coco in Miguel’s  Disney On Ice debut, sail away with Moana as she bravely saves her island, see Belle in
  • Teen Arrested For Threat Against Highland High In Lancaster

    LANCASTER (CBSLA) – A 15-year-old boy was arrested Monday on allegations he posted a social media threat against Highland High School in Lancaster.
    The teen was arrested at his Lancaster home Monday night by Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputies on felony criminal threat charges.
    An unnamed 15-year-old boy following his arrest on allegations of making a criminal threat against Highland High School. Nov. 11, 2019. (LASD)
    The boy is not a student at Highland High, the sheriff’s d
  • WATCH: Police Officer Caught On Video Dancing Naked At Nightclub

    CONWAY, Ark. (CBS Local) — An off-duty Arkansas police officer who was caught on camera dancing naked at a nightclub has been suspended.
    The video shows Conway police officer Cebron Hackett dancing completely nude to Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin'” and then struggling with a security guard at Discovery Nightclub in Little Rock.
    The video was brought to the attention of the Conway Police Chief Jody Spradlin on October 13, CBS affiliate KTHV reported. Hackett was sus
  • Supreme Court Hears Arguments On DACA; Conservative Justices Appear To Back Trump

    WASHINGTON (AP/CBSLA) — As hundreds of pro-DACA demonstrators protested outside, the Supreme Court’s conservative majority seems prepared to allow the Trump administration to end a program that allows some immigrants to work legally in the United States and protects them from deportation.
    DACA plaintiffs come out of court as immigration rights activists take part in a rally in front of the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, D.C. on Nov. 12, 2019. (Getty Images)
    There did not appear to
  • WATCH: Man Vandalizes Town’s ‘Parade Of Flags’ For Veterans Day

    WOOSTER, Ohio (CBS Local) — Just as America was honoring its military veterans, a man was caught on camera ruining a Veterans Day flag display in northeast Ohio.
    Surveillance video from a small business in Wooster shows the unidentified man pulling flags out of the ground and throwing them onto the ground. The video is dated November 6, five days before Veterans Day.
    “It disturbed me badly,” U.S. Army veteran Jim Fields told CBS affiliate WOIO. “That is probably the most
  • Tech-Savvy Teens Showing Each Other How To Beat Tracking App Life360

    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Teenagers who are being tracked by the popular app Life360 are throwing off the digital leash, and showing their fellow teens how to do the same.
    Life360 touts itself as a way for a family to protect and connect with each other. Family and friends invited into a “private, invite-only” circle shows everyone in that circle a member’s location and can provide notifications when people come and go from their most frequented locations, like school.
    But fo
  • CBSLA The Rundown: 11/12 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 Tuesday, 11/12 at 8 a.m.
    Supreme Court Hears Arguments On DACA TuesdayThe California Attorney General is set for a showdown Tuesday in the U.S. Supreme Court — the outcome of which could decide the fate of 700,000 DACA recipients.
    Food Delivery Car Left Running Stolen, Used In Car Chase Before Crashing In Downtown LAPolice say a fo
  • Amazon To Open Traditional Grocery Store In Woodland Hills

    WOODLAND HILLS (CBSLA) — Online retail giant Amazon is opening a tradition brick-and-mortar grocery store in Woodland Hills next year.
    “Amazon is opening a grocery store in Woodland Hills in 2020,” an Amazon spokesperson confirmed to CNET Monday.
    The location where Amazon plans to open a grocery store. Nov. 12, 2019. (CBS2)
    Construction is underway on the store, which will be located in the 6200 block of Topanga Canyon Boulevard, in a building which used to belong to a Toys &ld
  • Clippers Best Raptors Despite Leonard’s Struggles Against His Former Team

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Kawhi Leonard wasn’t at his best against his former team. His new teammates knocked down big shots and won anyway.
    Kawhi Leonard of the Clippers drives on Fred VanVleet of the Raptors during a 98-88 Clippers win at Staples Center on Nov. 11, 2019. in Los Angeles. (Getty Images)
    Leonard struggled on 2-for-11 shooting and had nine turnovers, but Lou Williams led a big effort from the bench with 21 points and the Los Angeles Clippers beat the defending NBA champion To
  • Big Rig Crashes 70 Feet Down Embankment Of 15 Freeway, Briefly Catches Fire

    CAJON PASS (CBSLA) — A big rig went over the side of an embankment Tuesday morning along the northbound 15 Freeway at the 138, briefly catching fire and sparking nearby brush.
    The 5:30 a.m. crash happened when the semi struck debris from another semi and veered off to the right hand side and rolled off the road. The impact damaged 300 feet of  guardrail and sent the truck about 70 feet down the embankment, according to the California Highway Patrol.Semi and vehicleover the side. Fire
  • Supreme Court Hears Arguments On DACA Tuesday

    The Supreme Court on Tuesday will hear oral arguments on the several legal challenges to the Trump administration's decision to end the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA, which currently shields about 700,000 undocumented immigrants who came to the U.S. as children from deportation.
  • USC Student Found Dead In Off-Campus Housing Brings Semester Death Toll To 9

    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — An investigation continues Tuesday into the death of a USC student who was found in off-campus student housing, just a day after the university acknowledged the deaths of several students this semester.
    USC public safety went to The Dunes apartment complex in University Park in response to a welfare check and found the student already dead in the apartment. A cause of death has not been released, but it was called “suspicious.”
    The student’s age, gen
  • Food Delivery Car Left Running Stolen, Used In Car Chase Before Crashing In Downtown LA

    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Police say a food delivery car left running was stolen and used to lead police on a pursuit that ended with a crash early Tuesday in downtown Los Angeles.
    Police began chasing the stolen car with Massachusetts license plates in Van Nuys. The black Honda Civic was stolen at about 1 a.m. on Olympic, where a food delivery driver had left it running, according to the LAPD.
    The chase lasted about 15 minutes before it slammed into a stoplight on First Street near Broadway.
  • 8 Hospitalized After Being Exposed To Unknown White Powder In Sun Valley

    SUN VALLEY (CBSLA) — Several people were hospitalized after being exposed to an unknown white powder at a apartment in Sun Valley.
    A hazmat team was called to the LA Family housing development at Lankershim and Stagg Street just after 10 p.m. Monday night. As many as eight people were taken to hospitals due to their exposure.
    Investigators say the incident was isolated to a small area, and they don’t believe there is a public health danger related to the incident.
    Patients’ sym
  • Good Samaritan Saves Woman Attacked By Escaped Dogs 2 Week’s After Owner’s Death

    PERRIS (CBSLA) — A Perris woman is recovering from an attack by two pit-bulls after the animals escaped from their owner’s home two weeks after his death.
    Angel Valenzuela says he heard the woman screaming last Thursday evening about an hour before nightfall. She was walking her bicycle down a dirt road in Perris when she crossed paths with two loose dogs.
    “[At the] last second, I saw the dog like reached over and bit her neck and brought her down,” he said.
    Valenzuela ra
  • Caught On Camera: Suspected Car Thief, Leaving Little Trace, Prompts Key Fob Security Warning

    BRENTWOOD (CBSLA) — A suspected thief was caught on camera stealing thousands of dollars in camera equipment from a car in Brentwood over the weekend, prompting the owner to warn others about the potential risks of popular key fobs.
    Noel Kleinman says he locked the doors of his new Mini Cooper Saturday afternoon, went into his office and moments later the suspect showed up.
    “I literally ran in here and ran back out and 10 minutes later you can see the crook was in and out of my car i
  • 1 Injured In Shooting On 405 Freeway In Inglewood

    INGLEWOOD (CBSLA) — The California Highway Patrol is investigating a reported shooting on the 405 Freeway at Century Boulevard.
    Officers responded to a call shortly before 6:30 p.m. Monday.
    According to the Los Angeles County Fire Dept., one person was taken to a local hospital.
    Further information was not immediately available at the time of this report.
  • 1 Injured In Reported Road Rage Incident On 405 Freeway In Inglewood

    INGLEWOOD (CBSLA) — The California Highway Patrol is investigating a reported shooting on the 405 Freeway at Century Boulevard.
    Officers responded to a call shortly before 6:30 p.m. Monday.
    According to the Los Angeles County Fire Dept., one person was taken to a local hospital.
    Further information was not immediately available at the time of this report.
  • As Calif. AG Prepares To Argue DACA Case Before SCOTUS, Supporters Gather In North Hollywood

    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — The California Attorney General is preparing for a showdown Tuesday in the U.S. Supreme Court — the outcome of which could decide the fate of 700,000 DACA recipients.
    Justices will hear arguments on the DACA program, which protects undocumented people who were brought to the U.S. illegally when they were children. President Trump wants to end that program and California is fighting back hard to save it.
    California A.G. Xavier Becerra’s legal team will lead
  • ‘Jeopardy!’ Gets Emotional With Heartfelt Message To Host Alex Trebek

    CULVER CITY (CBSLA) — Monday night’s episode of “Jeopardy!” got emotional when a contestant wrote a heartfelt message to host Alex Trebek.
    During Final Jeopardy!, one contestant wrote “What is we love you Alex” as his answer.
    A choked-up Trebek responded saying, “That’s very kind, thank you.”
    The show posted the to Twitter clip writing, “Today’s Final Jeopardy! includes a heartfelt moment with Alex and another win for Emma!”
  • SpaceX Satellite Launch Lights Up LA Sky

    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — What were those lights?
    SpaceX launched 60 new Starlink internet satellites into orbit Monday, Nov. 11 and the sight was seen across the country.
    The satellites launched from Cape Canaveral in Florida but could be seen over Los Angeles.Did you see it? Not a #UFO, 60 of @SpaceX’s recently launched #Starlink satellites just passed *directly* over Los Angeles! @NASASpaceflight https://t.co/aZ7ek2bznH pic.twitter.com/ReHByhQZAz
    — Jack Beyer (@thejackbeyer) Nov
  • Former President Jimmy Carter Hospitalized To Relieve Pressure In Brain

    Former President Jimmy Carter was hospitalized Monday night for a procedure to relieve pressure caused by bleeding in his brain, The Carter Center said in a statement.
  • Stolen Vehicle Pursuit Suspects In Custody After Bailing On Foot On 110 Freeway

    SOUTH LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Two suspects were placed in custody Monday after bailing on foot on the southbound 110 Freeway.
    LAPD officers were in pursuit of a possible stolen vehicle at approximately 5:30 p.m. when the driver traveled the wrong way on the Vernon off-ramp. Two people exited the vehicle on the busy freeway and began running on foot. They were taken into custody within minutes.
    The driver was reportedly armed with a handgun during the chase.
    This story is developing.
  • Widow Sues Truth Aquatics Owner In Conception Boat Fire That Killed 34

    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA/AP) — The widow of a man who died in when a dive boat caught fire off the Santa Barbara coast leaving 34 people dead is suing the vessel’s owners.
    Christine Dignam, who lost her husband Justin Dignam, filed her claim Monday in Los Angeles federal court.
    The lawsuit against Santa Barbara-based Truth Aquatics is the first from a relative of those who died on the boat.
    The lawsuit is a counterclaim to a lawsuit filed pre-emptively by owners of the boat, called th
  • Police: Armed Suspect Barricaded Himself Inside Apartment After Eviction

    HOLLYWOOD (CBSLA) — Police are on the scene of a barricade situation in Hollywood after they say a former tenant of a building broke into his old unit following an eviction.
    LAPD officers responded to the scene of Willoughby Avenue and Gower Street at approximately 11:26 a.m.
    Police say the suspect is armed.
    This story is developing.  
  • Disneyland Bridge Breaks After Man Allegedly Jumps On It To Show Children It’s Safe

    ANAHEIM (CBSLA) — A wooden plank on a bridge in Disneyland reportedly broke on Sunday afternoon.
    The plank was part of a suspension bridge that sits three stories above the ground as part of the Tarzan’s Treehouse attraction.
    According to MiceChat.com, the wooden plank broke after a man jumped on it in efforts to show his children the bridge was safe.
    Disneyland officials told the website that no park visitors were injured and the treehouse was closed immediately afterward.
    The treeh
  • Pursuit Ends With Suspects Entering Thousand Oaks Mall, Changing Clothes, And Escaping

    THOUSAND OAKS (CBSLA) – Three pursuit suspects were able to escape from officers Monday after fleeing from their vehicle, running into a mall in Thousand Oaks, and changing their clothes.
    California Highway Patrol began pursuing a speeding Mercedes on the southbound 5 Freeway near Smokey Bear Road at 11:04 p.m.
    CHP air units reported speeds as high as 130-miles-per-hour, the car was passing on the shoulder and center dividers.
    The suspects were able to evade CHP near Magic Mountain Parkway
  • Pursuit Ends With Multiple Suspects Entering Thousand Oaks Mall

    THOUSAND OAKS (CBSLA) – Officers were searching for multiple pursuit suspects Monday who fled from a vehicle and into a mall in Thousand Oaks.
    California Highway Patrol began pursuing a speeding Mercedes on the southbound 5 Freeway near Smokey Bear Road at 11:04 p.m.
    The driver was able to evade CHP near Magic Mountain Parkway and continued on towards Thousand Oaks.
    The suspects eventually made their way to The Oaks mall off the 101 Freeway where they fled from the vehicle.
    Ventura County
  • Several Birds Found Dead On Huntington Beach Test Positive For ‘Very Unexpected’ Type Of Botulism

    HUNTINGTON BEACH (CBSLA) – Several Western gulls which were found dead on Huntington Beach last month have unexpectedly tested positive for a type of botulism which is more commonly detected in humans.
    A Western gull which was found ill on Huntington Beach is treated after being infected with botulism. November 2019. (Wetland and Wildlife Care Center/Facebook)
    The nonprofit Wetland and Wildlife Care Center (WWCC) initially reported that eight Western gulls were discovered dead, and four mo
  • ‘She Carries Herself With Such Power’: Actor Liv Hewson On Charlize Theron, ‘Bombsell,’ Drew Barrymore

    (CBS Local)– 2019 has been a big year for Liv Hewson.
    The Australian born actor stars in the recently released Netflix movie “Let It Snow” and will appear alongside Charlize Theron as former Fox News anchor Megan Kelly’s assistant in “Bombshell.” The movie about Fox News and the #MeToo movement hits theaters in December and it was one of the most fascinating experiences of Hewson’s career.
    “It was mental. We shot that film in LA for a couple of mon
  • Doctors Remove 8-Inch Screwdriver From Man’s Rectum

    MIAMI (CBS Local) — A 46-year-old man had a screwdriver pulled out of his rectum after he apparently pushed it inside himself and leaving it there for a week.
    The unnamed man, who suffers from schizophrenia and bipolar disorder, arrived at Kendall Regional Medical Center in Miami with life-threatening septic shock, complaining of week-long abdominal and pelvic pain.
    Doctors performed a CT scan of the man’s abdominal area and found what appeared to be a screwdriver, which measured 8.2
  • Deputies: Man Wearing ‘Ain’t Nothing Illegal ‘Til You Get Caught!’ Shirt Gets Caught

    OKLAHOMA COUNTY, Okla. (CBS Local) — A man wearing a T-shirt that said “Ain’t Nothing Illegal ‘Til You Get Caught” was indeed “caught” committing a crime last month, according to the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office.
    Investigators working holiday burglary patrols said David Rasmussen, 38, and his allegedly accomplice, David Jolly, 50, were caught “red-handed” Oct. 22 stealing an ATV from a home.
    Rasmussen was taken into custody without
  • ‘It’s Important To Pursue What You’re Interested In’: CBS Sunday Morning’s Mo Rocca On New Book ‘Mobituaries’

    (CBS Local)– CBS Sunday Morning’s Mo Rocca has a knack for putting things into historical perspective.
    Rocca shows off his skills weekly on CBS Sunday Morning and his podcast Mobituaries. The former correspondent from The Daily Show transformed his podcast into a book about people and moments throughout history that have been forgotten. Rocca wrote about everyone from Thomas Paine to Farah Fawcett.
    “I first focus on what is kind of hitting me in the gut and what’s interes

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