David Letterman has announced that he will retire from the “Late Show” in 2015.
With careful planning, you may find yourself paying the IRS much less than you have in years past.
It’s not every day that a worker begins and ends their career doing the same job at the same place. Nurse Bettye Dacus said goodbye to her job at California Hospital Tuesday after 52 years on the job.
Baca, who will step down from his post Thursday afternoon, severed 16 years as head of the department.
The Los Angeles Fire Department’s highest-ranking woman ever has announced her retirement.
Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca Tuesday announced he will retire at the end of the month after 16 years as the head of the department.
Ted Lilly would have loved to keep pitching — if his body would allow him to start every fifth day, and if he could stay off the disabled list.
Chris Brown is having a difficult year and as he’s done in the past, has taken to Twitter to voice his gripes.
After opening just seven years ago, Arleta High School boasts a 92 percent graduation rate, with nearly all of the school’s 400 students preparing to go on to college.
Vice President Financial Consultant of Charles Schwab, Casey Mervine, visited the KCAL9 studios Friday to share tips for people who are catching up on their retirement savings and a workshop called “Getting Retirement Ready”.
Obama has been moving the needle with seniors using distorted arguments about Social Security and Medicare. Fortunately for GOP presidential challenger Mitt Romney, seniors’ top concern is the economy’s struggles under Obama and seniors have overwhelming voted Republican in the last two presidential elections.
California Governor Jerry Brown signed into law on Wednesday sweeping pension reforms that he defended as benefiting both workers and taxpayers.
Gov. Jerry Brown announced a “historic pension reform agreement” Tuesday that will cap pensions and raise employee contributions and the retirement age.
John Graves visited the KCAL9 studios Monday to talk about how to save for the “Golden Years” and his new book, The 7% Solution: You CAN Afford A Comfortable Retirement.
Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa is calling for pension reform for city workers. In a letter dated Tuesday, Villaraigosa ordered the city’s top budget analyst to expedite a report detailing ways the city can enact several changes.