Carol Clark, a sixth-grade teacher at Jaime Escalante Elementary School in Cudahy, told KCAL9’s Kristine Lazar she didn’t think she would live to see her 56th birthday.
Tibor Rubin, 85, is now featured on a stamp sheet along with 13 other Korean War Medal of Honor recipients.
Hotels now want to treat you like a storage unit full of crappy furniture — they bid on YOU!
The internship program is open to those over 18 in the San Pedro and Wilmington area who have an interest in caring for sick and injured birds.
The body of an adult man was found in an alleyway behind a car dealership.
Nearly two dozen vendors have been fined or sanctioned for misleading buyers at farmers markets in Southern California about “locally grown” produce, according to reports Friday.
The city of Los Angeles Thursday was set to honor Hollywood for staying close to home.
A group of firefighters — their families and friends — raised money Sunday for widows, orphans and disabled firefighters.
Executive Chef of Zinc at the Shade Hotel, Chris Garasic and the owner of the hotel, Michael Zislis, stopped by KCAL9 Monday to tell viewers about the new lunch menu featuring fresh, local farm-to-table ingredients.
Disneyland has canceled deals for Southern California residents who are no longer able to get ticket discounts during the off-season.
CBSLA is bringing you real-time results for national, state and local races.
A 21-year-old Glendale tagger was arrested for allegedly causing almost $10,000 in damages in the San Fernando Valley, including Burbank, police announced Thursday.
Small business owners Saturday, hoping to reel in holiday shoppers, promoted the second annual Small Business Saturday in Los Angeles and 14 other U.S. cities.
The Los Angeles City Council gave a boost Friday to local businesses that bid on city projects worth more than $150,000.
Many Libyan-Americans in Southern California are hoping they will soon be celebrating the disintegration of Moammar Gaddafi’s regime.