WILL A MAN FREED AFTER 34 YEARS IN PRISON REMAIN FREE?
Kash Register who served 34 years in prison before he was released last October will face a judge Friday morning to find out if he will face a retrial for a murder he claims he did not commit. His original conviction
Hinged on the testimony of a 19 year-old eye witness who said she saw an African American man running from
the scene. This despite the fact Kash Register's girlfriend testified at the time of the crime she was with him.
A team of Loyola Law School students and lawyers with the School's "Project for Innocence" took on the case to free Register. Last October the sister of the witness came forward to say her sister had lied in the testimony that put Register behind bars. Register was finally released but in the meantime still faced a possibility of a retrial.
FREE BIKES FOR NEEDY KIDS
Dozens of refurbished bicycles fixed by volunteers from "Bike Angels" will be on display at Burbank City Hall today before they are given to less fortunate children.
BLOOD NEEDED DURING THE HOLIDAYS.
Children's Hospital of Los Angeles will host its annual celebrity blood drive to call attention to a decrease in the blood supply during the holiday season.
IMMIGRATION FASTS ENDS TODAY
There is going to be an immigration rally in Irvine today to mark the end of a five day fast
to call attention for the need for immigration reform.
PAUL MAZURSKY GETS A STAR.
The actor director will receive the 2,515th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame this morning.
FREE SHOES FOR NEEDY KIDS
A skateboarding Santa will be giving out hundreds of pairs of shoes to local kids in need during Lake Forest's Skate Park 10th anniversary.
SOUTH L.A. TREE LIGHTING CEREMONY.
County Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas will take part in the traditional tree-lighting ceremony at MLK Hospital.