Fifty tons of much-needed medical supplies departed from Los Angeles this weekend for the victims of Typhoon Haiyan.
Students at Catholic elementary schools in the Los Angeles Archdiocese are being asked to each bring a dollar to class Monday for Philippine relief efforts.
Mammoth Medical Missions was among the first groups to reach the Philippines to help people in that typhoon-stricken country.
The Navy’s hospital ship will soon be on its way to the typhoon-ravaged Philippines, bringing medical supplies, doctors and help for the sick and injured.
CBS2 and KCAL9 are teaming up with the Red Cross to raise funds for victims of Typhoon Haiyan.
As members of the military veterans relief group Team Rubicon left Los Angeles for the Philippines Tuesday, local residents returned home from the devastation of Typhoon Haiyan.
Officials say the death toll in the wake of the typhoon that ripped through the country Friday could reach 10,000.
A group of more than a dozen local volunteers, mostly military veterans, are scheduled to land in the Philippines Monday to aid with search-and-rescue efforts in the typhoon-ravaged country.
Southern Californians are reacting to the impact of Typhoon Haiyan on the Philippines.
Hundreds in Los Angeles pounded the pavement on Sunday during a 5K walk to raise funds for the victims and survivors of Typhoon Haiyan.
A Customs and Border Protection officer at Los Angeles International Airport has been arrested on suspicion of illegally exporting weapons from the United States to the Philippines.
Police sought the public’s help Thursday in locating a Philippines national suspected of stealing more than $3 million from his Southland employer.
Pinay – who was found inside a freight container in the city of Industry – is looking for a home.
Authorities Friday said a man wanted on suspicion of embezzling more than $650,000 from his since-dissolved construction company has been captured in the Philippines.
A woman who was kidnapped as a child was finally reunited with her long lost family after 50 years.