Major Music Labels Team Up To Produce Compilation Album For Japan"Songs for Japan" will feature Lady Gaga's No. 1 hit "Born This Way," John Lennon's classic "Imagine" and dozens more songs from acts ranging from Adele to Eminem.
Gasol To Donate $1K Per Point Friday To Aid Japan Quake VictimsWhen the Lakers face off against the Clippers Friday, Pau Gasol will have a little more on the line than just Staples Center bragging rights.
The Red Cross And KCBS, KCAL Team Up For Japan ReliefNancy Kindelan, CEO of the Long Beach Red Cross, stopped by the KCAL 9 studios at noon on Monday to talk about relief efforts for Japan.
Lawmakers Weigh Nuclear Safety After Earthquake In JapanCan California's nuclear plants and gas pipelines withstand a disaster like the one that hit Japan?
Elite LA Rescue Team Returns From JapanThe elite Los Angeles County Fire Department Urban Search and Rescue team that assisted in rescue and recovery efforts in Japan returned to Los Angeles Saturday.
Volunteers Sell Shirts To Raise Money For Japan ReliefInstead of giving the shirts off their backs, volunteers are selling shirts to raise money for relief efforts in Japan.
Japanese-Americans Open Hearts, Wallets For Quake ReliefJapanese-Americans, expats and others in the United States opened their hearts and their wallets this week to the victims of Japan's earthquake and tsunami, finding touching and sometimes imaginative ways to donate or raise money for the Asian country's injured and displaced.
Japanese-Americans Pitch In For Quake, Tsunami ReliefJapanese-Americans and others are opening their hearts and their wallets this week to the victims of Japan's earthquake and tsunami.
Donate Through The Japan American Society of Southern CaliforniaThe president of the Japan American Society of Southern California stopped by the KCAL 9 studios at noon Friday to talk about his fundraising efforts for the earthquake victims.
Your Radiation Questions Answered
Radiation Plume Is Less Harmful Than A Dental X-RayCharles J. Gomer, an expert in radiation and photodynamic therapies, especially those used to treat cancer, says that the radiation cloud heading toward Los Angeles tomorrow is not dangerous. In fact, the radiation exposure we get from a dental x-ray or CT scan are far greater. Serene Branson reports.