For the first time ever, Los Angeles will play host to the Special Olympics, after the games’ organization officially established a new headquarters in the Southland.
Bill Shumard, CEO of Special Olympics in Southern California, stopped by KCAL9 Monday to talk about their upcoming events.
David Armendariz, Director of Orange County Region for the Special Olympics and Debi Anderson, Special Olympics Spring Games athlete, stopped by KCAL9 Wednesday to discuss this year’s games.
The fifth annual Hart games, which encourages local students with special needs to get active, took place in Santa Clarita on Tuesday.
The Special Olympics, which is one of only two organizations allowed to use the name “Olympics” in the United States (the other is currently doing its thing in London), held its first International Special Olympics […]
More than 1,100 athletes from across Southern California are expected to compete in the Special Olympics Summer Games starting Saturday in Long Beach.
Rafer Johnson, the 52nd recipient of the Fernando Award visited the KCAL 9 studios Tuesday
Family and friends are hoping the public can help them find an 80-year-old woman and her developmentally disabled 21-year-old grandson.
Hundreds of Special Olympics athletes will travel from the U.S. to Athens this summer for the 2011 World Summer Games! Mary Lou Retton, a 1984 Olympic gymnastics gold medalist and mother of four, is a longtime supporter of Special Olympics. She stopped by KCAL9 Tuesday to talk about a special initiative that honors Special Olympics mothers.