The original home of the Frisbee, the Hula Hoop and the Slip-N-Slide is about to meet the wrecking ball.
Toy Industry Association trend specialist Adrienne Appell visited KCAL9 Friday to talk about some of the top toys for spring.
Ashley Norris had something very precious taken from her— the toys her 8-and-a-half-month-old son Timothy used to play with.
A 10-year-old cancer patient Thursday delivered donated toys to children in the pediatric unit at the Los Angeles County+USC Medical Center.
Ear-to-ear grins filled the parking lot of a South Los Angeles Walmart as family after family witnessed a miracle of sorts: toys they had on layaway paid off in their entirety!
Actress and Owner of ROMP Kellie stopped by KCAL9 Tuesday to show viewers some toys that inspire kids to get creative!
A Santa Ana family affected by a deadly hit-and-run accident in June had a Christmas celebration to remember, thanks to the generosity of the police department and other members of the community.
A new baby doll is just like most toys of its kind—it cries, burps and suckles. Wait a minute…it suckles?
The tradition of sharing toys with other children at Live Oak Park has come to an end due to potential legal suits against the city, according to the park’s top manager.
Federal officials said Monday a Southland toy maker has laundered millions of dollars in Mexican and Columbian drug money.
The sale is filled with 600 family consignors and over 80,000 brand name, high-quality items, including clothes, bikes, books, furniture and even maternity clothing.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission has issued a list of the product categories consumers complain about the most.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission Thursday announced the voluntary recall of a popular children’s toy.
The El Monte Police Department announced Monday it will provide more than 800 Christmas baskets filled with food and toys to the city’s needy residents.
Costa Mesa Firefighters are fulfilling children’s holiday wishes with their 10th annual Letters to Santa program.