LAPD Debuts 'Zombie' Theft Prevention VideoThe Los Angeles Police Department has partnered with the undead to scare up some common sense in its latest theft prevention campaign.
Police, Archdiocese Partner To Teach Kids, Parents Cyber Crime Prevention A coalition of law enforcement agencies, child advocacy groups, private entities and the Archdiocese of Los Angeles gathered Friday for a symposium warning children about the darker side of the Internet.
High-Tech Anti-Theft Tool To Link Personal Property In Hemet With Global DatabasePolice in Riverside County are set to debut a new high-tech theft prevention tool that applies microscopic identifying markers to personal property.
Signs Along Pasadena Bridge Aimed At Curbing SuicidesThe city of Pasadena is set to display signs of life - literally - at a bridge where 13 people have committed suicide since 2006.
LAUSD Students Share HIV/STD Statuses Via Text MessageThe school district is taking part in a program to educate students as young as 12 years old on how to share their HIV and STD status via their cell phone.
Tayna Brown Discusses Warning Signs, Prevention Tips For Domestic Violence VictimsTanya Brown, Nicole Brown Simpson’s sister, stopped by KCAL9 Monday to share her firsthand experiences of how damaging domestic violence can be as well warning signs and tips.
Rural Homeowners Fight Back Against Calif. Fire Prevention 'Tax' An estimated 800,000 homeowners will be asked to pay as much as $150 per each rural property annually to fund firefighting efforts amid what Sacramento is calling an increased wildfire risk.
Bristol Palin Earns $262K For Pregnancy Prevention WorkTax documents show unwed mother Bristol Palin earned more than $262,000 for her role in helping raise awareness for teen pregnancy prevention in 2009.
Anti-Suicide 'Trevor Project' To Honor Daniel RadcliffeDaniel Radcliffe looks forward to a tolerant world where young people grow up unaffected by differences in sexual orientation.
County To Spend $1.3M On Gang Prevention ProgramLos Angeles County will spend $1.3 million to help at-risk youths and young adults under a program approved Tuesday by the Board of Supervisors.