Ava Phillippe, Stevie Wonder and Reese Witherspoon attended the world premiere of Sing in Los Angeles.
Wannabe star-gazers can begin bidding tonight for bleacher seats alongside the red carpet leading into the 2017 Screen Actors Guild Awards.
Rashaan Salaam, the 1994 Heisman Trophy winner who grew up in San Diego, committed suicide by shooting himself in the head in a Colorado park on Dec. 5, the Boulder County coroner confirmed Thursday.
The Hollywood glamour girl from the 1950s through the ’70s died on Christmas Day at age 84.
New York real estate scion Robert Durst, who is accused of killing a friend in Benedict Canyon in 2000, still presents a threat to witnesses in the pending murder case, prosecutors contended in court papers filed Thursday, despite defense arguments that Durst is jailed and too old and frail to be a danger to anyone.
The City of Beverly Hills has lost yet another arbitration in a decision handed down Dec. 22 in the case of Officer Joseph Vela, costing the City yet again, more than a million for this arbitration alone, and undermining credibility in the Snowden-era leadership of Capt. Mark Rosen.
A new word for the New Year! Vodkacita, which we first heard in Tijuana. “A vodkacita on the rocks, please.”
Board of Education President Mel Spitz confirmed that Venoco, Inc. will extract its final drops of oil from the Beverly Hills High School oil well tomorrow with the remediation process to decommission the City’s final operational oil well set to begin immediately.
One day after the death of her famous daughter Carrie Fisher, actress Debbie Reynolds -- perhaps best remembered for portraying aspiring Hollywood starlet Kathy Selden in 1952's "Singin' in the Rain" -- died Wednesday at age 84.
Suffering from hepatitis C and liver cancer, Yvonne Dove received a liver transplant in 2012, two-and-a-half years after being put on the transplant list. Today, Dove is cancer free and living as a mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and hospital volunteer. She will even help decorate the float Thursday.