Going trick-or-treating with the kids this Halloween? Elizabeth Bailey RN and Dr. Rebecca Bailey’s have some helpful tips for ensuring a safe and fun night out in the neighborhood.
A program that allows parents to drop off unwanted babies at Los Angeles County firehouses and other locations is set to undergo an expansion, officials said Thursday.
Police Monday were investigating a restaurant burglary in which two suspects stole a safe containing approximately $2,000 in cash.
Police Friday sought the public’s help in identifying a man who robbed a Subway restaurant in Orange County.
Unsafe sleeping is now the leading preventable cause of infant deaths in Los Angeles County, health officials said Wednesday.
Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying three suspects wanted for stealing a safe from an Orange County Armenian church.
School officials at two local universities are angered by a published report that placed their campuses near the bottom when it comes to safety.
Digital Parenting Expert and CEO of Everloop.com Hilary DeCesare stopped by KCAL9 Thursday to discuss cyber bulling, teenage text etiquette, and how parents can decode new terms! Everloop.com is a safe social networking site for kids.
Los Angeles police need the public’s help to identify the burglars who stole a safe, which held about $10 million in personal property and cash, from a home in the Wilshire District.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has released a new list of the best and worst child booster seats.
Matt Chambers brought home a safe from Home Depot a couple of weeks ago and unlocked a mystery. The Canyon Country resident found a pile of documents inside revealing intimate details about the life and family of a man named Rick Cooper, born in 1937.
A man who bought a safe at a Home Depot opened it up and found it stuffed with someone’s valuable documents. The man is now trying to find the documents’ rightful owner.
A missing 79-year-old Indio man, who is medically fragile, was back home Sunday after reportedly driving to Arizona, police said.
Meet Nate. He’s a Chihuahua mix that walks with the help of this cart after he was abused and his spine was broken.
Temecula teens and their parents are being invited to participate in a new California Highway Patrol program designed to keep young drivers safe on the road.