Pat Prescott from The WAVE’s Morning Show and Lonnie Jordan from WAR stopped by CBS2 News This Morning Friday.
Demonstrators were protesting US involvement in Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria and even Venezuela.
Two childhood friends and brothers in arms returned to find the Patriot Guard, fellow veterans, family, and friends all welcoming them home, following their visit to Vietnam to find answers.
A pair of celebrity personalities are under fire after making controversial remarks over the film “American Sniper” over Twitter.
Like many 8-year-olds this time of year Abdul Wahid has a list for Santa.
The local widow of a Vietnam War veteran is on a mission to fulfill her late husband’s wishes of seeing the names of 74 of his shipmates, killed during the war, added to the Vietnam Memorial Wall in Washington D.C.
A video posted to social media Tuesday claimed to show the beheading of an American journalist by the terrorist group known as the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, or ISIS, who have been the targets of US airstrikes in Iraq over recent weeks.
Southland Jewish and Muslim groups were set Friday to hold competing rallies to call for an end to the conflict between Israel and Hamas militants.
A number of Los Angeles residents may have more at stake than most may expect in the recent escalation in the crisis in Israel.
“He was my hero,” his mom says, choking back tears.
Lonnie Jordan, the lead singer of War, stopped by KCAL9 Tuesday to tell viewers about their tour and new album.
A Korean War veteran was honored Wednesday with a Christmas surprise from some of his colleagues at the La Habra Police Department.
As turmoil continues to rise in Syria, a Syrian-born pastor, living in Southern California, is speaking out.
A local chapter of Habitat for Humanity has partnered up with the California Department of Veterans Affairs to build affordable houses for hundreds of working veterans and their families.
The “Tower of Power” this weekend will perform at the Greek Theatre as part of their concert series.