Jennie Lim of The Maids and Lisa Pitkow, a breast cancer patient, visited KCAL9 Monday. The Maids has partnered with Cleaning for a Reason to offer housecleaning services to women battling cancer.
One of the most anticipated free medical clinics is returning to the Los Angeles Sports Arena Monday.
Hundreds of people crowded a new Chick-fil-A restaurant in Hollywood on Wednesday in the hopes of winning free meals for one year.
There are a handful of bars, from the classy to the casual to the divey, serving complimentary eats that will allow you to get your drink on and provide some sustenance in the process – and we’ve found them.
Beginning Aug. 30, patrons can get a free breakfast at Chick-Fil-A restaurants nationwide by visiting the company’s website to download a personal invitation.
City officials in Glendale say drivers will now have to pay for parking around the city.
The Skin Cancer Foundation’s Road to Healthy Skin Tour, presented by Aveeno and Rite Aid, has arrived here in Los Angeles.
Insurers must now cover the entire cost of birth control for women, the Obama administration announced Monday.
A record surge in demand for food assistance around the Southland is putting a strain on local food banks.
Next time you’re at the library, you won’t have to read in silence — if you even get around to a book at all.
For the 15th year in a row, the Automobile Club of Southern California will offer free towing during the Fourth of July weekend in an attempt to keep drunken drivers off the road, beginning Saturday.
The Pasadena Department of Health is offering free and confidential HIV testing at the Rose Bowl Sunday.
The California prison system’s independent inspector general says the state improperly freed more than 450 dangerous criminals without supervision last year as part of a controversial program designed to reduce prison populations and cut costs.
On Tuesday, May 10, both The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf and participating Haagen-Dazs ice cream shops are giving away free chilly treats.
It may not look like your conventional wheelchair, but millions just like these have given the gift of mobility to people across the world who can’t afford a wheelchair.