How 27-Year-Old Former High School Dropout Finds Herself Graduating From USCNicole Daviau will graduate from USC Friday with a bachelors in business administration. She already has a job lined up.
'Tough Mudder' Launches New Event Series Coming To LA Tough Mudder officially announced the launch of a new event series called, Tough Mudder Half, which will be coming to Los Angeles for the first time in April.
Maria Shriver Launches 'Wipe Out Alzheimer's Challenge' To Empower, Educate WomenMaria Shriver is on a mission to educate women about Alzheimer's disease and talked to CBS2's Pat Harvey about her movement to do just that in a one-on-one interview.
Compton Mayor Accepts 'My Brother's Keeper' ChallengeThe city of Compton is accepting a challenge from the White House.
GOP Candidate Neel Kashkari Challenges Gov. Jerry Brown On JobsTrailing by nearly 20 points in the polls and even further behind in campaign cash, KCAL9's Dave Bryan reports Kashkari believes he has found an issue that may lift his cause into a tight race.
Bill Would Reduce Challenges To Prospective Jurors Prosecutors and defense attorneys would be able to reject fewer jurors in misdemeanor trials under a bill passed Tuesday by the California state Senate.
Airport Workers To Challenge LAX's Runway Expansion PlanLos Angeles International airport workers represented by SEIU United Service Workers West Thursday are expected to file a California Environmental Quality Act challenge to the airport’s runway expansion.
2 SoCal Animal Shelters Competing In ASPCA's $100,000 ChallengeTalk show host Rachel Ray has teamed up with ASPCA to launch a nationwide challenge where animal shelters compete for a $100,000 prize.
Get 'Water Wise' This April With WylandArtist Wyland visited the KCAL9 studios Thursday to talk about his Water Conservation challenge for the month of April.
How To Win A Trip To The NYC Set Of 'The Good Wife'CBS.com Thursday launched a contest where a lucky fan can win a trip to New York City to see the set of "The Good Wife."
Dozens Of U.S. Cities Line Up To Contest 2010 CensusWith jobs and federal aid at stake, dozens of U.S. cities are lining up to contest their 2010 census counts as too low.
Some Southland Cities May Challenge U.S. Census FiguresSome Southern California cities may challenge U.S. Census figures that indicate they had little growth or shrank over the past decade.