The chairman of a Congressional watchdog panel Wednesday played an audiotape he says is evidence of former Southland lawmaker Hilda Solis illegally soliciting money for President Barack Obama.
Although more than 230,000 vote-by-mail ballots have been returned to the Registrar’s office, Registrar-Recorder Dean Logan told KCAL9′s Dave Lopez voters shouldn’t expect a stampede at the polling places.
Congressional candidate Tony Strickland reportedly sent robocalls to voters in a portion of Los Angeles County just hours after the deadly shootings in Isla Vista, according to reports.
Brown reported Tuesday that he has raised nearly $4 million this year from a variety of interests and spent just $77,000, mostly for campaign consultants and staff.
AB2692 by Democratic Assemblyman Paul Fong of Cupertino passed Monday 69-0 and heads to the Senate.
The heads of several Riverside County law enforcement organizations Monday called for District Attorney Paul Zellerbach to resign in the wake of allegations that he pulled down signs belonging to an opponent’s campaign.
Two mothers of children with autism Wednesday were encouraging the community to join the “Coverage for Autism Now” campaign.
A campaign warning Angelenos that marriage fraud is a federal crime that carries significant prison sentences and possible six-figure fines is set to kick off next week.
Gov. Jerry Brown formally launched his re-election campaign Thursday, stepping into a contest that the former three-time presidential candidate is expected to dominate.
Christine Marge, Director of Housing Stability at United Way, and Navy veteran Marva Lewis stopped by KCAL9 Monday to tell viewers about United Way’s 7th Annual HomeWalk.
A 24-year-old Manhattan Beach man has come up with a new twist on a very old tool.
Trish Steele of Safe Passage and Susan Sengezer, domestic violence advocate, radio host and author, stopped by KCAL9 Tuesday to tell viewers about Safe Passage’s 3rd Annual Gala “It’s Not Okay”!
A partnership of California advocacy groups is calling on teachers in Los Angeles and statewide to drop their memberships with labor unions.
A Venice woman has pledged to eat, sleep and practice yoga on a Santa Monica building’s rooftop until she’s able to raise the funds she needs to help those suffering from eating disorders.
Officials with the FBI’s Los Angeles field office kicked off a public information campaign Tuesday to warn against the potential economic impact of the sale of counterfeit movies, music and other goods.