Someone in Buena Park is holding a Powerball ticket worth $1.3 million.
CEO of Special Olympics Southern California Bill Shumard visited the KCAL9 studios Thursday to talk about the 4th annual Dream House Raffle.
A Superior Court judge threw out two criminal charges Wednesday against the photographer accused of driving recklessly while chasing Justin Bieber over the summer.
You have to be in it to win it, as the saying goes. But one Los Angeles woman was in danger of being in it, and still losing it.
Feeling lucky? There were no tickets sold with all six numbers in Tuesday night’s drawing of the multi-state Mega Millions lottery and the estimated jackpot for Friday’s drawing will grow to $290 million.
The nation’s largest low-cost airline is boosting its ticket prices once again. Southwest, which flies to and from LAX, Bob Hope, Ontario and John Wayne airports, raised prices on most domestic flights by $10 Thursday.
An early Valentine’s Day gift made a Burbank woman and her husband millionaires this week.
If you’ve avoided paying your parking tickets, now is the time to come up with the cash. Starting next month, the city of Riverside is offering ticket amnesty.
The state’s budget crisis has recently fueled speculation that ramped-up enforcement operations are simply a backdoor tax to help pad California’s coffers.
The City Council voted unanimously Wednesday to pull the plug on its automated photo red light program, which issues $480 tickets to drivers snapped running red lights.
Drivers who have been ducking the police over expired registration tags can breathe a little easier this summer.
The nation’s biggest airlines want to put off having to be more transparent with customers about baggage and “bumping” policies for at least another couple of months.
A rolling stop at a red light or stop sign could cost you big bucks — but some critics are calling it a backdoor form of taxation.
The city of Huntington Beach is offering traffic school to bicyclists who break the law and get ticketed.
Bruce Gillman, the Director of Public Information for LADOT says there’s two keys to fighting your parking ticket successfully: do your homework and don’t be confrontational.