4th Of July
Officials say 28 people were injured Thursday during a fireworks mishap in Simi Valley.
“Surf, Sun and Celebration” came to Huntington Beach on Thursday.
Huntington Beach residents geared up Wednesday for the annual Fourth of July Celebration.
Chef Ronnie Woo, chef and owner of The Delicious Cook, FourStar Foodie and Hamilton, stopped by KCAL9 Friday to show viewers some easy recipes for the 4th of July!
Fire and law enforcement officials urged the public Friday to use extreme caution with fireworks during the upcoming Fourth of July holiday.
No Fourth of July is ever complete without fireworks. Los Angeles is filled with great places to watch Fourth of July fireworks from local parks and beaches to restaurants and entertainment stadiums.
Fireworks and hot dogs are going to occur on the Fourth of July whether you’re partying or not, but Orange County has plenty of places to enjoy Independence Day.
Throughout LA’s chirpy landscape, festivals, parades, concerts and barbecues will be in full swing to celebrate in grand fashion the rich history and traditions of the United States.
Creating a memorable family gathering for the Fourth doesn’t have to be fussy or complicated. Here’s how to set a sizzling table, serve a crowd-pleasing meal, and keep everyone entertained with minimal effort or hassle.
Have some fun with a DIY Fourth of July!
The 2012 fireworks were spectacular, and this year, Orange County is again serving up a number of choices for your pyrotechnic viewing pleasure.
Officials are urging Southland residents to reduce the risk of fires by shunning use of personal fireworks this Fourth of July, and they’re vowing to crack down on drunken drivers.
Jeanne Benedict visited the KCAL9 studios Wednesday to share some backyard entertaining tips that will kick off the summer season the right way!
More than three million Southland residents — a near-record — will take Fourth of July trips in the coming days, a 5.2 percent increase from last year, the Automobile Club of Southern California said Tuesday.
Hot, dry weather and big Fourth of July crowds in parks prompted the City of Los Angeles to bump up fire staffing Monday, and temporarily restore staffing at some fire engines that had been cut for budget reasons.