Stephanie’s Day, a unique resource fair for families with children impacted by autism and other special needs, was hosted by CBS2/KCAL9 for a fifth consecutive year.
The band formed only a year ago after meeting through mutual friends and quickly found success, with one of its singles, “Blood from a Stone,” featuring on an episode of “True Blood.”
Gardening guru Nick Federoff appeared on KCAL9 News Saturday morning to demonstrate how to paint a welcome mat. For more information, visit ThingsGreen.com.
The Imam is holding an interfaith prayer for rain at Baitul Hamed mosque in Chino on Saturday because it’s the one thing everyone can agree on, we need rain.
From Marilyn Monroe to Marlon Brando – some personal items from iconic stars of the past are on the auction block.
FamilySearch, the world’s largest genealogical organization, is hoping to change how African-Americans understand their legacy.
Things can seem bleak until you decide to press the reset button, and that’s just what author Tamsen Fadal did.
Freckles is called the class clown at the shelter. He’s a sweet boy that’s eager to please.
This weekend, families and children from all over Southern California will gather in Studio City to mark the fifth anniversary of Stephanie’s Day in Los Angeles.
Obama arrived at Los Angeles International Airport Thursday afternoon aboard Air Force One for a visit that will last less than 24 hours.
President Obama is scheduled to land at Los Angeles International Airport after 2 p.m. and will fly out of LAX Friday morning.
Los Angeles Police Department personnel are mobilizing to replace a 9-year-old boy’s leg braces, which were stolen from his mother’s vehicle in the South Los Angeles area.
The view from the Santa Monica Pier may draw millions of tourists every year, but the beach itself is among the most polluted in California, according to a report released Wednesday.
When they took the vows in sickness and in health, a local couple never imagined their love would be tested so soon.
A newlywed bride and her Navy husband are left with only mental memories and cellphone pictures of their special day after they say someone stole their wedding photographer’s camera and equipment, including their wedding photographs.