An LAPD officer is working to raise awareness about a rare disease that killed his wife, who was also an LAPD officer.
Local Mother On A Mission To Raise Funds For Ovarian Cancer Research After Losing Daughter To The Disease
Paulinda Babbini calls Robin a dream daughter – student body president, cheerleader, homecoming queen at Pacific Hills High School in West Hollywood. But at 20, she lost her battle with the disease.
With tougher laws on the books to punish human traffickers and more awareness about those forced into sexual slavery, prosecutors, lawmakers and police met Friday to plot a plan to eradicate human sex trafficking.
At just 10 years old, Wyatt Workman has authored a book and created a six-minute Claymation film called, “Save the Sea from the Trash Monster.”
Earvin “Magic” Johnson’s wife, Cookie, was more than excited by the recent news of a baby born with HIV apparently being cured in Mississippi.
CBS2/KCAL9 President and General Manager Steve Mauldin was honored Saturday evening with the ACTivist Award at ACT Today!’s 7th annual Denim & Diamonds autism fundraiser in Malibu.
For Judy Pearson, everything happens for a reason – even if that means losing your hair.
A Pacific Palisades teenager is trying to herd the world toward better awareness of elephant abuse.
Germel Ford knows that cancer does not just affect the person diagnosed, but his or her loved ones as well. That is why he is speaking out to show why support is so important.
Dozens of Southern Californians will hold a peaceful rally to remember the meltdown of the Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan and to raise awareness about nuclear power in California.
Hundreds of UCLA students danced the night away as part of a 26-hour marathon to raise funds for pediatric AIDS research.
Alisa Becket and Amanda Daniels recently became “WomenHeart” Champions after graduating from the prestigious annual WomenHeart Science & Leadership Symposium at Mayo Clinic. They stopped by KCAL9 Friday to talk about the importance of heart health.
A father is tapping into his talent as a writer to raise awareness for a little known disease that claimed his son’s vision.
Hundreds of people turned out in Long Beach Friday to remember victims of domestic violence and take a stand against the epidemic.
The “Journey Of Hope” — a traveling national tour bus that will document stories of domestic violence — rolled into Los Angeles Thursday and Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa not only welcomed the bus but also became the first Angeleno to share a personal story.