Dr. David Tolin from the Institute of Living dispels some common myths about mental illness.
Pastor Rick Warren said his son killed himself with an unregistered gun he purchased through the Internet.
A decades-old time capsule was discovered during the renovation of the old Beverly Hills Post Office.
Internet wunderkind Aaron Swartz was found dead Saturday morning in his Brooklyn, New York apartment.
Pop singer Lady Gaga plans to offer professional mental health services to fans at two upcoming concerts in Los Angeles.
While Labor Day was established as a day of celebration for the American worker, the unemployed in Huntington Beach weren’t exactly reveling in the holiday.
Overwhelmed by the tragedy in Colorado? Having trouble generally coping?
The wife of Oceanside’s police chief and former Cypress City Councilman Frank McCoy was convicted Monday of five counts of assault on a police officer during a 2010 standoff.
Attorneys for a former Westminster police officer are using the Zoloft defense — they say he was using the anti-depressant and isn’t responsible for kidnapping and raping a woman in 2010.
Metta World Peace, formerly known as Ron Artest, is teaming up with the Los Angeles Unified School District and the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health to encourage students to utilize mental health services.
A heartbroken father is speaking out about the tragedy that unfolded inside his South Los Angeles home.
It was a crime and verdict that stunned a nation, but the murder of Nicole Brown Simpson — O.J. Simpson’s ex-wife — literally destroyed her younger sister, Tanya.
If you’re a mom pulled in a million different directions — work, soccer practice, a dinner party, play dates — you’re not alone. There are plenty of moms out there who are depressed because they never can get through their “to do” lists.
UC Irvine researchers say the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks made us a sicker nation.
As the U.S. economic recovery begins to show signs of slowing, more Americans are facing mounting debt totals while their pocketbooks continue to shrink — and minorities may be the hardest hit.