One Orange County family is thankful for a screening program that is now required for all newborns in California.
A crowd gathered in Downtown L.A. Tuesday night to light 101 candles, each representing a baby, to celebrate the children whose lives have been saved by the Safe Surrender Law.
Seabees from Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 40 arrived home on Wednesday after an 8-month deployment and nearly a dozen of them met their newborns for the first time.
The New Year has arrived with a harvest of hospitals claiming first babies.
Ten years after L.A. County created the Safe Surrender program, which allows parents to leave unwanted newborns at designated sites, families gathered to celebrate the program’s success.
SAN GABRIEL (AP) — Authorities shut down a makeshift maternity clinic crammed with 10 newborns and a dozen Chinese women who paid as much as $35,000 to travel to Southern California to give birth to children […]