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VH1’s show “Hit The Floor” last summer quickly became one of the most popular shows on cable.
In “I Triggered Her Bully,” Cindy Caponera uses humor in a collection of essays that reveal poignant truths about insecurity, childhood trauma and dysfunctional families.
An event Saturday night in Studio City will bring together celebrity comedians to raise funds for combat veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder.
A new children’s book partners with Major League Baseball to raise funds for autism research and awareness.
In his new book, Roberts looks at the transformational moment when people are awakened to the purpose of their life, based on the premise that every life began as a brilliant thought in God’s mind.
New York Times Best-Selling Author Jane Green visited KCAL9 Studios Saturday to discuss her latest novel “Tempting Fate.”
Lancôme national makeup artist Darais says the key for spring: less is more. He visited KCAL9 Studios Saturday and said during this time it’s important for women to pare down, change their skincare, brighten up on colors and even go waterproof.
An online video shot in Downtown LA is going viral for capturing a series of “pranks” that changed a local waitress’ life.
The man’s wife and child were killed last week in a South LA garage fire that police have called suspicious. They’re calling the fire a possible murder and case of arson.
Actress Yvonne Zima, best-known for her role on “The Young and the Restless,” visited KCAL9 Saturday to talk about her role in a new Lifetime movie.
A skilled writer, performer and producer, with a long list of Hollywood credentials, Rick Najera knows that it’s not only tough to make it in Hollywood, but especially difficult when you’re a racial minority.
Veterans who spent time in war zones are now putting their skills to use here in Southern California.
Chris Burgess had just taken his wife home from the hospital where she had just given birth to their second son, and everything seemed so perfect for this Burbank family.
Musicians are engaging with fans on social media more than actors, and that should have Twitter and Instagram buzzing come the Grammy Awards, according to one expert.
Family meetings can help members work together and may lead to a happier household, according to a parenting reporter.