The family of a Dodgers fan who was assaulted on Opening Day said Friday they have much to be thankful for this holiday season.
A joint U.S.C./L.A. Times poll shows families are giving up on home improvement projects and dining out in order to bolster their finances.
Bryan Stow appears to be making progress in his recovery, according to family members.
New data shows that sales of existing homes fell to 4.8 million in May — their lowest level of the year so far.
The number of delinquent mortgages fell in May to the lowest level since 2006, the result of a slowing housing market and delays in banks’ foreclosure process.
For the second straight month, Americans are losing confidence in the U.S. economy, which could spell trouble for the sputtering recovery.
Employers were advertising fewer jobs in April compared to the previous month, which could signal even bleaker hopes that the U.S. job market is in recovery.
UCLA Physician Nader Pouratian, Ph.D visited the KCAL9 set at 2 p.m. Monday to discuss the procedure Mary Tyler Moore recently underwent and her recovery.
A new report says California is on the road to economic recovery but should expect a long and bumpy ride, with double-digit unemployment likely to continue through 2012.
An elite Los Angeles County Fire Department Urban Search and Rescue team is en route to Japan to assist with search and recovery efforts.
The Los Angeles County Fire Department is preparing to deploy a 74-member team to assist in the rescue and recovery efforts in Japan.
A new survey shows one-fifth of small business owners do not expect to stay in California longer than the next three years.
The Grammys love Eminem. Over his decade plus career, they’ve showered him with 13 Grammy Awards — and gave him two during this year’s ceremonies.
Eminem is considering a return to the big screen. The Hollywood Reporter says in a story published Friday that the rapper is set to star in a crime thriller entitled “Random Acts of Violence.”