The founders of the studio behind “Shrek,” ”Madagascar” and “Kung Fu Panda” are donating $90 million to a Hollywood charity that offers support to seniors and health services for members of the entertainment industry.
Fans of a popular tribute band were working to get them back on tour after thieves had stolen all the group’s instruments.
The California Science Museum said it has raised nearly half of the $200 million needed to build a permanent exhibit for the space shuttle Endeavour.
A Southland Little League will stay on the field for another season after a generous tip from a local strip club.
The Los Angeles County health chief has donated $50 million to the University of California, Los Angeles.
It’s a million dollar weekend for the Los Angeles Police Department’s Cadet program thanks to the Ray Charles Foundation.
Southern California Edison announced Friday it will match any additional employee contributions to a $100,000 fund that the utility established to aid victims and family members affected by last week’s shooting.
Costa Mesa Firefighters are fulfilling children’s holiday wishes with their 10th annual Letters to Santa program.
NBA legend and Lansing native Magic Johnson has donated $1 million to the school he led to the 1979 college basketball national championship.
A local woman is hoping people across the Southland will donate their race medals to children fighting deadly diseases.
Food pantries are places of last resort for many people down on their luck, trying to survive in this economy. But the L.A. Regional Food Bank reports that many of the agencies that provide free food for those in need are in need themselves.
Actor Gary Sinise stopped by KCAL9 Tuesday to talk about his “Gary Sinise Foundation.”
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are donating $500,000 from their foundation to help Joplin rebuild from the deadly tornado that struck the southwest Missouri town last month.
Children’s Hospital Los Angeles received a $50 million donation for its new hospital building, the hospital reported Monday.
The Petersen Automotive Museum has received a $100 million gift to enhance the Los Angeles transportation shrine and expand its collection.