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.
A Mojave Desert memorial dedicated to fallen U.S. soldiers that was stolen two years ago has resurfaced in Northern California.
They’re a group of people who care for beloved pets when soldiers are at war.
Assemblyman Jeff Gorell returned home from Afghanistan to a warm welcome from friends and family and plans to return to the Assembly this month.
A U.S. soldier is sharing her inspiring story of hardship and triumph with a group of kids in Santa Clarita, who need it most, as part of a program called Tempered Steel.
Curtis Hill will spend the rest of his life in prison without parole for a 2003 mugging that left a World War Two veteran in a coma from which he never recovered.
President Obama has announced complete withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq. Mr. Obama addressed the status of U.S. forces in Iraq amid expectations of a full withdrawal by year’s end.
The 9th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals will not revisit the case of the Mount Soledad cross, but backers say it could be headed to the Supreme Court.