The fright flick “The Devil Inside” scared up a monstrous $34.5 million opening weekend to help Hollywood exorcise its recent box-office demons, according to studio estimates Sunday.
A dozen people were charged with violating wildlife laws by allegedly trying to sell a live piranha, other endangered or protected fish, birds and items such as a polar bear pelt and sea turtle boots, federal prosecutors announced Friday.
It could get much more difficult to breathe in the new year for millions in the Southland who suffer from asthma.
UPS officials say they will deliver 26 million packages worldwide Thursday. UPS is expecting to handle more than 120 million packages over the course of the week.
Some buyers are making some great deals in the communities along Ventura Boulevard — as long as they can find a loan.
Governor Jerry Brown is ready to offer his latest solution on how to drum up cash for the state of California.
Consumer savings expert Regina Novickis visited KCAL9 Friday to share tips for shopping on Cyber Monday.
Shoppers have been out in force all night long in hopes of ringing in the holidays with some big sales. Several stores opened before midnight, but major retailers were expected to be packed throughout the day Friday.
For years retailers have offered tremendous deals on black Friday — the day after Thanksgiving — but there is a new trend underway to lure customers into stores even earlier.
If you’re one of several thousand Southland residents hoping to score Black Friday deals at Target, don’t bring your running shoes.
The Irvine City Council has voted to ban the retail sales of dogs and cats, as well as rodeos and circuses featuring exotic animals.
Online crooks — supposedly selling used-car buyers a “protection program” — are using a phony Kelley Blue Book website to dupe customers.
The mixed report covers a six-county region of Southern California amid worries about job security and the health of the economy at large.
If you’re looking to buy a home in the beach cities, you’re going to need help.
The drop is triggering a warning from government analysts that 2011 could be the worst year for the industry in half a century.