A baby was airlifted to a local hospital Thursday morning after nearly drowning in a pool, the Los Angeles Fire Department said.
Two brothers were charged with murder Friday in connection with a car-to-car shooting in Palmdale that left a 7-year-old girl brain dead.
A local organization is helping families who have a loved one in a medical crisis.
Andrew Alcazar visited the KCAL9 studios Thursday to talk about the upcoming Russo and Steele Classic Car Show taking place in Newport Beach.
Reef Carneson’s parents were told it would be “kinder to put him on a morphine drip” and let him die.
The 2012 Stanley Cup Champions LA Kings joined up with McDonalds to donate $1-million to local charities as a special “Thank You” to the city of Los Angeles for its support in their run to the Lord’s Stanley Cup.
A 7-year-old actor who portrayed Darth Vader in a 2011 Super Bowl ad is hoping to channel “the force” when he undergoes heart surgery.
At least six Southland teens have been treated for drinking hand sanitizer — which is 62 percent ethyl alcohol — after zero cases were reported last year.
A six-month-old boy is alive tonight and a veteran Fontana police department officer is credited with saving the child’s life.
The food being sold at children’s hospitals throughout the Southland frequently is no better than fast-food fare, UCLA and the RAND Corp. said in a study released Friday.
The mother of a 9-year-old boy left brain damaged by a hit-and-run driver is pleading for the public’s help in tracking down the culprit.
While donations are welcome, the hospital would prefer gift cards so its staff could pick out the DVDs most appropriate for children.
The 7-month old boy reportedly thrown by his mother off a parking structure at Children’s Hospital Orange County has died, according to the Orange County District Attorney’s Office.
Philanthropist John Anderson, whose financial support of his alma mater’s business program led to his name adorning the UCLA Anderson School of Management, died today at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center at age 93.
A $636 million building was dedicated Thursday at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles that will offer 317 more pediatric-care beds at the hospital campus.