A self-appointed pastor who hosted regular “church” meetings and Bible studies in his Westminster home was convicted Wednesday of sexually assaulting two young male relatives.
A Simi Valley pastor says he found several Bibles labeled as “fiction” at a Ventura County Costco store.
Two Hemet church members who were arrested while reading the Bible outside a DMV office were expected to be in court when their trial begins Monday.
One local woman is on a mission to figure out who previously owned a Bible she recently purchased from a San Clemente bookstore.
In the 1980s and early 90s, Jemeker Thompson-Hairston was one of the biggest drug dealers in Los Angeles. Seven years after her release from prison, she has turned her life around, founding a ministry and detailing her journey from drugs and money laundering to faith in a new memoir.
Prof. Michael Genovese, who teaches political science at Loyola Marymount University, spoke to KCAL9 about the history of the presidential inauguration ceremony and the event’s symbolism.
Supporters gathered at a San Fernando Valley Chick-fil-A restaurant Wednesday morning to rally behind the chain after its president recently said he does not support gay marriage.
City officials have taken steps to prevent future conflicts after sparking national outrage for fining and threatening a home Bible study group.
Devout Filipino boxing star Manny Pacquiao may live and train here in L.A., but he is no longer welcome at one of the city’s most popular shopping and entertainment centers.
Investigators considered possible hate crime charges after a bomb scare outside a church in Sylmar on Friday.
An Orange County couple has been ordered to stop holding a Bible study in their home on the grounds that the meeting violates a city ordinance as a “church” and not as a private gathering.
A rare Italian version of the Bible from the Gothic era is coming to the J. Paul Getty Museum this winter.
As many as thirty bus-shelter ads are slated to go up in neighboring cities that challenge the Bible and question the existence of God.
Lawyers for leaders of a Hemet church say their constitutional rights were violated when police arrested the trio for reading aloud from a Bible outside a local DMV office.