A statewide reduction in Medi-Cal payments may soon leave millions of Californians without adequate health care.
One of the most anticipated free medical clinics is returning to the Los Angeles Sports Arena Monday.
Blue Shield has announced that its California policyholders will be getting a $283 million credit on their December insurance premiums.
Governor Jerry Brown has signed into a law a bill that will require health insurance companies in the state to cover treatment for autism and other severe behavioral disorders.
A report released Thursday shows drivers here in Southern California are not among the safest in America.
Basically, it’s an insurance issue for the Cheshire Jets. The small English club is having trouble getting the needed insurance to support Artest playing for them. And without it, there’s no way Artest plays for them.
Autism is a complex developmental disability that typically appears during the first three years of life and affects a person’s ability to communicate and interact with others. Autism Advocate Areva Martin returned to KCAL9 Tuesday to talk about Autism Insurance and a free day camp for special needs children.
Dr. Sim Carlisle Hoffman, 59, of Newport Beach, and three of his employees are accused of over-billing for unnecessary or never-performed procedures to the tune of $17 million.
The next time you’re driving down the street, keep an eye on that car next to you: chances are it’s being driven by someone who doesn’t know what to do at a yellow light.
The state’s top insurance executive says more Californians should speak up if they think it’s no longer safe for an elderly family member or friend to drive.
Larry Palmer, Financial Advisor with Morgan Stanley Private Wealth Management, stopped by the KCAL9 studios at noon on Friday to talk about preparing yourself financially for a natural disaster.
Blue Shield of California said Wednesday there would not be any additional rate hikes for the remainder of 2011
Less than 12 percent of California’s homeowners are estimated to have purchased earthquake insurance, despite the risk of earthquakes and tsunamis to the state.
Months before even taking office, the incoming LAUSD Superintendent has voiced his own version of health care reform that has some people shaking their heads.
Faye Shilling will serve a two-year federal prison term and ordered to pay about $330,500 in restitution for her part in an insurance fraud scheme.