CBS2’s Brittney Hopper reports the victim, who wished not to be identified, says she was walking in her neighborhood Sunday evening when she says a man violently grabbed, scratched and groped her.
Actresses Halle Berry and Christina Applegate will host the 21st Annual EIF Revlon Run/Walk for Women.
Kim Robinson, volunteer relations associate with the Children’s Tumor Foundation, visited the KCAL9 studios to talk about the 8th Annual LA NF Walk this Sunday.
CBS2 was honored Wednesday morning by the American Cancer Society.
Bel Hernandez from HOLA LA, as well as Esther Casas, stopped by KCAL9 to talk about the PADRES “Stand for Hope!” 5K Run/Walk this weekend that will honor those children with cancer and their families.
Atlanta Falcons linebacker Brian Banks, who spent years in prison for a crime he didn’t commit, walked in support of a march on behalf of the California Innocence Project (CIP) on Saturday.
Los Angeles is famous for being an urban capital while still having areas of sprawling greenery. Whether you’re up for a day trip out of town, or a quick stroll on your lunch break, here are some locations to stop and smell this year’s roses.
Two of the biggest surfing shrines in the world can be found at the corner of Main Street and PCH in Huntington Beach.
An 11-year-old Ugandan boy whose legs were severely burned four years ago received the ability to walk on his own again this Christmas.
He’s known for the long strides he makes on the basketball court. Today, Los Angeles Lakers all-star guard Kobe Bryant made strides with 10,000 people who want to take a stand against the problem of homelessness in LA.
Thousands of walkers filled the streets of West Hollywood on Sunday for the 28th annual AIDS Walk Los Angeles.
Thousands of people hit the streets of Orange County on Sunday to help fight breast cancer.
Over two dozen public and private schools are joining together Wednesday morning to celebrate International Walk to School Day.
With your support, your American Cancer Society is saving lives and helping more people facing breast cancer celebrate more birthdays.
Thirty thousand people walked 10 kilometers through West Hollywood and the Fairfax district Sunday for the 27th annual AIDS Walk Los Angeles, raising slightly more than $3 million for AIDS Project Los Angeles.