Work is being done to tap into the ocean, while the water flowing from some taps is already coming from toilets.
CBS2’s Cristy Fajardo reports the county Board of Supervisors voted 4-0 to fully implement Laura’s Law, which allows families and counties to get court-ordered outpatient treatment for the seriously mentally ill.
A 2-year-old girl from Panama is in Los Angeles for a life-changing operation.
It is believed to be a case of domestic violence.
The planned construction responds to a judge’s finding in December that mentally ill inmates on death row lack proper treatment.
A pelican found with its pouch slashed in Long Beach has made an “incredibly fast” recovery and can be released, a bird rescue organization said Monday.
Inland Empire residents were being urged Friday to suspend outdoor watering and limit indoor use through the weekend.
Residents and businesses across the Southland are being asked to cut back on their water use over the next several days while a regional water treatment plant is shut down for drought-related upgrades.
Brenda Martin, spa director at The Spa at The Inn, and Lead Spa Therapist, Madeline Gawne stopped by KCAL9 Tuesday to tell viewers about the spa’s seasonal menu and how to re-create some of their treatments at home!
San Diego Mayor Bob Filner starts two weeks of intensive therapy Monday while facing a sexual harassment lawsuit and calls for his resignation amid a flurry of allegations that he groped women for years.
A plan has been approved to reduce the city’s dependence on imported water by building the world’s largest groundwater treatment center in the San Fernando Basin.
A proposal to tear down part of Men’s Central Jail in downtown Los Angeles to build a treatment center for mentally ill inmates has gained the approval of county officials.
Dr. Bristow, director of gynecologic oncology at the UC Irvine Medical Center in Orange, stopped by KCAL9 to tell viewers important things to know about ovarian cancer.
Residents of a neighborhood in Riverside County say a dangerous cocktail of contaminants is buried underneath their homes.
Singer and actress LeAnn Rimes has reportedly entered rehab to seek treatment for emotional issues, People Magazine said Thursday.