It was the sixth time in seven starts that Greinke has received two or fewer runs of support.
A string of fast food restaurants in the San Fernando Valley are voicing their support for LAPD officers amid recent public outcry over officer-involved shootings.
“These girls are amazing,” Ireland told CBS2’s Joy Benedict.
Emma Manetta is on a mission to support patients undergoing treatment at The MemorialCare Breast Center at Orange Coast Memorial in Fountain Valley, where her mother, Shawna, receives care.
The 1-year-old Maltese mix had a warm homecoming in South Los Angeles Tuesday night – nearly a week after he was run over by a stolen vehicle suspect during a wild chase through the area last Wednesday.
Ventura County Sheriff’s Department paramedics were called to the scene early Tuesday evening after the hiker, who has not been named, reportedly suffered multiple broken bones after falling from a cliff on Hummingbird Trail.
Cameron Burt, 17, will get his diploma Wednesday from Brea Olinda High School.
The Jennifer Diamond Cancer Foundation is hosting its second annual American Folk Music Festival in Calabasas this weekend to raise money for its programs.
Two women turned bras into works of art to inspire and raise money for a local cancer support program.
Earvin “Magic” Johnson’s wife, Cookie, was more than excited by the recent news of a baby born with HIV apparently being cured in Mississippi.
The Los Amigos High School baseball team is picking out $3,000 worth of equipment Friday donated by Diamond Sports and the Angels Foundation after the team’s equipment storage room was broken into over the weekend.
“…I struggle to understand why a stranger would do this for me. Cancer, I’ve learned, is a bigger cause that connects us all.”
Teachers in the U.S. still enjoy widespread confidence, but teacher unions may be hurting their image, according to a new survey.
Arnold Schwarzenegger has indicated in court filings that he does not want to pay Maria Shriver spousal support or her attorney’s fees in their divorce case.
Big Brothers Big Sisters, the nation’s largest mentoring network, matches adults (“Bigs”) with children (“Littles”) ages 6 through 18.