We live tweeted Friday from our twitter account @CBSLA during KCAL9 News at Noon to give viewers a sneak peek of what happens when the cameras aren’t on.
A Santa Monica family is championing the benefits of an unconventional birthing technique after welcoming their baby daughter.
CBS2’s Sandra Mitchell shows us how budget conscious travelers are booking now and paying later.
L.A.-based North East Trees has recruited approximately 100 young people for green industry job training at Ramona Gardens alone.
Journalists are not just about headlines and deadlines. We are about serving our community.
As I approach the one year mark of my breast cancer diagnosis, I have returned to Pink Lotus Breast Center to have a CESM (Contrast Enhanced Spectral Mammography)
There is an accent to the voice. “Sandra …?” She says my last name but it sounds like “Michelle” not “Mitchell.” There is a familiar strain to the words. A voice filled with everything that is urgent and meaningful in the world.
Today is the 16th annual Susan G. Komen Race for the cure. Fifteen thousand people have gathered on this expanse of cracked concrete to honor those who have died fighting breast cancer, to support those still going through treatment . . .and to celebrate those who have kicked cancer’s butt!
For five months, I have collected your letters and cards, propping them up on my desk like colorful affirmations.
“…I struggle to understand why a stranger would do this for me. Cancer, I’ve learned, is a bigger cause that connects us all.”
KCAL9’s Sandra Mitchell concludes her three-part series on breast cancer — “1 in 8”, so named because one in eight American women will get breast cancer — with a special interview and profile of Grammy-winning singer/songwriter Sheryl Crow.
One in eight women in the United States will get breast cancer and on Aug. 30, KCAL9’s own Sandra Mitchell underwent a lumpectomy.
It is my third day of radiation therapy. I am trying to find my way from the changing area to the treatment room…
The patient steps out of the mammography room. She looks comfortable in her faded denim and scuffed brown cowboy boots. It has been five years since her diagnosis and she is back for her regular exam.
For 15 days I have been waiting for test results that will help my doctors and me decide if I need chemotherapy. There’s a reason why it’s called cancer patient…