Investigation Under Way As Search Continues At East Harlem Blast Site
A slow and methodical search effort is still under way at the site of a deadly explosion in East Harlem in the hopes that someone may still be found alive in the rubble. CBS 2's Kathryn Brown reports.
Research: California's Drought Situation More Dire Than We Realize
Scientists at Jet Propulsion Lab and UC Irvine say the findings are shocking. Sylvia Lopez reports.
Climate Change Debate In California May Drive Up Gas Prices
Customers may face an increase of up to 16 cents a gallon at the pump. Dave Bryan reports.
Resident, 80, Who Killed Intruder Claiming To Be Pregnant May Still Face Charges
Police in Southern California say they're deciding whether to arrest an 80-year-old man who shot a fleeing, unarmed burglar despite her telling him she was pregnant. Bobby Kaple reports.
BART Makes San Pablo Teen's Wish Come True
A San Pablo teen with cerebral palsy who loves trains got his one big wish fulfilled thanks to BART. (7/24/14)
CBSLA Evening Newsbrief (July 24)
All the latest news and weather headlines in less than two minutes. Pat Harvey and Jackie Johnson reports.
1 Dead In Fiery 2-Vehicle Crash On 118 Freeway In Granada Hills
One person was killed in a fiery crash on the 118 Freeway Thursday evening. Stu Mundel reports.
SJSU Motivational Speaker Claims Police Beat Him Up
A man who gave a motivational speech at San Jose State University claims police beat him up afterward. Betty Yu reports. (7/24/14)
Parents Rally To Save LA Charter Schools At Risk Of Closure
Parents rallied outside a downtown L.A. courthouse Thursday in support of two campuses run by Magnolia Public Schools.
Porcelain Dolls Left On San Clemente Doorsteps Were Meant As Nice Gesture
Those "creepy" dolls left at 10 neighbors' doors in San Clemente were just supposed to be a nice gesture, officials said Thursday. Brittany Hopper reports.