Veteran local and national news executive Bill Dallman has been named Vice President and News Director of KCBS-TV and KCAL-TV, the CBS-owned duopoly in Los Angeles, it was announced Monday by Steve Mauldin, President and General Manager of the stations.
Mario Machado, Los Angeles’ first Asian-American newscaster, has died.
People from all walks of life will be recognized throughout April for their efforts to be green.
Despite an injured wrist, Kobe Bryant nearly led the Los Angeles Lakers to an impressive season-opening victory.
Crespi High School has put more than its fair share of players into college football, but very few players have turned as many heads as WR Mike Davison.
The Lakers will make another change behind the microphone this season.
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The City of Los Angeles is asking for residents to turn in their firearms with no questions asked.
The Mayor’s Challenge encourages cities to register residents for an online water conservation pledge.
Nancy Kindelan, CEO of the Long Beach Red Cross, stopped by the KCAL 9 studios at noon on Monday to talk about relief efforts for Japan.
The Southern California Sports Broadcast awarded KCAL/CBS2’s Jaime Maggio, Gary Miller and Jim Hill as the Best Sports Anchor Team for the fourth year in a row at the SCSB Awards Luncheon at the Lakeside Golf Club in Toluca Lake