Wrongful death suit long expected against St. Louis suburb after unarmed black teen was shot by white police officer
A pregnant Popeyes employee says she was fired after refusing to pay back the money stolen by an armed robber during her shift at the fried chicken franchise. KHOU-TV's Tiffany Craig reports.
A big change in the Big Easy: The city of New Orleans has administered a smoking ban in all public locations of the popular tourist city.
The Venice Beach Neighborhood council has approved a recommendation to allow women to sunbathe topless on the beach. The Los Angeles City Council has to sign off on the measure.
At any given time, thousands of people will tune into Amanda Oleandor's musings about life or just follow her day. The 25-year-old artist based out of Los Angeles is "the most loved" Periscoper in the app's history.
4/22: Protests grow after Baltimore man's death in police custody; Kentucky authorities make arrests in bourbon heists
Protests in Baltimore continued Wednesday over the death of 25-year-old Freddie Gray. At some point during his arrest Gray suffered a spinal injury. But police haven't said how it happened; and, nine people were arrested in connection to bourbon heists in Kentucky. The suspects are accused of swiping 18 barrels and almost 300 bottles.
The Carson City Council has approved building a shared stadium that might be shared by the Chargers or Raiders. There are also plans for another stadium in nearby Inglewood. KCBS Political reporter Dave Bryan has the details.
The price of living in San Francisco is soaring, with rent up 14.8 percent to an average amount of more that $3,000 a month.
Nine have been indicted in a heist involving hundreds of bottles of high-grade whiskey
Union defends officers involved in Freddie Gray's arrest as commissioner admits cops are partly "responsible for the pain in this community"
Internal investigation by Tulsa Sheriff's office found fellow officers had concerns about Robert Bates' training and behavior in the field
A report from Republicans on the House Ways and Means Committee claims that more than 8 million taxpayers could not reach the IRS by phone. The IRS commissioner blamed the phone trouble on federal budget cuts.
Kentucky authorities have cracked a ring of bandits believed to be responsible for stealing tens of thousands of dollars worth of top-shelf bourbon. Fred Minnick, author of "Bourbon Curious," tells CBSN's Anne Marie Green how bourbon has become such a desired drink.
Jean Abbott suffered from debilitating symptoms and could barely move her arms and legs for more than 30 years. Doctors told her she had cerebral palsy, but later found out she was misdiagnosed. She suffers from a rare but treatable illness called dopa-responsive dystonia.
Alice Barker was a Harlem Renaissance dancer in the 30s and 40s, but had never seen footage of herself dancing before
Former San Francisco Giants star had been found guilty of obstructing grand jury investigation into steroids ring
Prosecutors have released a video of Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev giving the finger to a camera in a jail holding cell.
A botulism outbreak that left one person dead and least 23 other people in the hospital in central Ohio has been linked back to a church potluck dinner.
Rabbi Mendel Epstein, accused of using brutal methods to force Jewish husbands to grant a religious divorce to their wives, convicted of conspiracy to commit kidnapping
Police in London have released a visual walkthrough of how jewelry thieves burglarized the Hatton Garden. Some $300 million in jewelry was stolen over Easter weekend, reports "48 Hours" Crimesider reporter Michelle Sigona.