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Former NFL player Greg Bell is a driving force behind a sports camp for children.
Melody Makers CEO Melanie Andrews and the event’s headliner, Ro Shon, visited KCAL9 Studio to discuss the event.
Local singer Jake London just released a new album and he’s hitting the road.
Two of the stars of this year’s Dance Media Film Festival visited KCAL9 News Sunday to offer a preview of their performance.
Organizers say there will be plenty of food, music and celebration next Saturday at Clover Park.
Her lawyer said the men began hitting her and calling her a series of “disgusting slurs.”
A Los Angeles pop-up exhibit is rolling out previously unpublished photos of Hollywood icon Marilyn Monroe for one night only.
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.