The man was also wearing headphones.
Tim Montag says two days ago he says he watched helpless as his wife of 25 years, Sandra Montag, got into her car and plowed through neighbors’ lawns.
A 29-year-old widow who lost her husband and four-year-old son during a home invasion is speaking out to thank the community for its support.
Plagiocephaly, commonly known as Flat-Head Syndrome, can be scary to parents of an infant, as well as costly. But one local doctor may have an answer.
Pastor Rick Warren said his son killed himself with an unregistered gun he purchased through the Internet.
Overwhelmed by the tragedy in Colorado? Having trouble generally coping?
One of two mental patients for whom Los Angeles police were searching was in custody Saturday morning, while the search continued for the other man.
Special Needs Network founder Areva Martin visited KCAL9 in honor of Autism Awareness month to discuss an upcoming conference for special needs children.
Are you looking for a fresh start? Instead of cleaning out your closet, why not start with YOU? Agapi Stassinopoulous, author of “Unbinding the Heart,” shares her favorite tips to spring cleaning the most important room in your house, your heart! She stopped by KCAL9 Wednesday to spill secrets about her book.
Metta World Peace, formerly known as Ron Artest, is teaming up with the Los Angeles Unified School District and the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health to encourage students to utilize mental health services.
The search continued Saturday for a Newport Beach doctor who disappeared from a mental health and rehabilitation center in Arizona, sheriff’s officials said.
Ron Artest is speaking out in favor of more mental health services for schools.
Kern County Sheriff’s officials say an inmate who died after being found unresponsive in her jail cell hanged herself.
A new study suggests having an abortion does not increase the risk of mental health problems, but having a baby does.
Could it happen here? The UCLA dean of students hopes not. He has reminded faculty and staff that they are responsible for identifying students with disruptive or disturbing behavior, and intervening compassionately and quickly.