More than 350,000 people attended the one-day event which offers terrific music and great food and fun for the entire family.
In a traditional home going, pallbearers — dressed in tuxedos, top hats and white gloves — practice dance steps and swinging to gospel music while escorting the casket out of the luxury hearse.
CBS2’s Pat Harvey, 94.7 The Wave’s Pat Prescott and R&B singing group TROOP stopped by KCAL9 Wednesday to tell viewers about this year’s Taste Of Soul Festival.
A huge crowd gathered Sunday from across Southern California for the American Cancer Society’s 5th Annual “Making Strides Against Breast Cancer 5K,” a non-competitive walk in Costa Mesa.
“I think it’s something we need to talk about,” said Robin McGraw.
CBS2’s Pat Harvey talked to a local mom and wine enthusiast — who drank two glasses of wine a day for the last 25 years — about her decision to moderate her drinking.
Legendary actor Kirk Douglas, 97, has been married to his wife, Anne, for 60 years and in an interview with CBS2’s Pat Harvey he shares the enchanting stories and secrets to keeping the romance burning.
Kristine Cruz-Munda often receives compliments on her glowing skin. But what people don’t know is that the one thing that makes her so pretty is also killing her.
Nearly 20 years after the murders, Harvey asks Carl Douglas if he believes OJ was innocent.
Trish Steele, founder and CEO of Women Crowned In Glory and Safe Passage, and Tanya Young Williams, an advocate for Safe Passage, stopped by KCAL9 Wednesday to tell viewers about an event that will honor women and mothers who make a difference.
This past February the former anchor made headlines when she was arrested for a DUI.
She was a beloved reporter and successful Los Angeles anchor who appeared to have it all, so what caused Bree Walker’s world to unravel?
Dr. Louis Josephson President/CEO of Vista Del Mar Child and Family Services in West Los Angeles stopped KCAL9 Monday to tell viewers about their upcoming events!
Tom Reed was known for playing the latest hits and becoming a prominent voice on the LA AM dial.
It was, and remains, one of the worst days in Southern California history.