Haven’t found the fountain of youth? Dr. Murad may have the answer with his new book, “Conquering Cultural Stress: The Ultimate Guide to Anti-Aging and Happiness”.
The Board of Directors voted to close a Boys and Girls Club in El Monte after a DEA indictment claims the club was a center where potential Mexican Mafia gang members openly held meetings and sold drugs.
The planting effort took several days, lots of hard work and thousands of dollars.
The image projected before the classroom at California State University, Los Angeles showed a pair of gleeful sky divers plunging through the air.
Pop singer Lady Gaga plans to offer professional mental health services to fans at two upcoming concerts in Los Angeles.
At least one longtime expert on voting pattern predicts a significant drop in the youth vote due to lack of enthusiasm.
It’s more than just a student council for some Glendale kids.
A longtime Morongo elementary school teacher was in custody Friday after admitting inappropriate contact with young boys.
Flash mobs were once innocent social experiments, but now are all too often racial attacks. Unfortunately, the media continues to paint a rosy picture and fails to report the violence and crime they cause.
More than 20,000 new summer jobs will give young people an opportunity to work in America’s forests, national parks, wildlife refuges and other public lands, federal officials announced Friday.
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.
Violent crime could be reduced significantly if cities limit the number of neighborhood liquor stores and ban the sale of single-serve containers of alcoholic beverages. That’s according to separate studies led by UC Riverside researchers.
Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa announced Friday the expansion of his 3-year-old Summer Night Lights program ,which keeps some public parks open at night during the summer to give teens a place to go and keep crime down.
Joe David Nelms, 47, was a youth pastor at Pacific Coast Church in San Clemente in 1993 when he met the girl, who reported the alleged molestation earlier this month.
A Los Angeles organization has won a $13.3 million federal grant to create a program to help gay and lesbian youth in foster care.