Actor John Cena Donates $500K To Support Local FirefightersActor John Cena posted a video to his Twitter account pledging the donation to local organizations supporting first responders.
Gary Sinise And His Band Throw Free Concert To Thank First Responders In Thousand OaksIt wasn't a fundraiser, it was just about putting smiles on peoples' faces. The night was dedicated to those who gave so much.
'Run To Remember' Is Way For Thousands To Thank Fallen First Responders"I'm not even a runner, but for this, in particular, you just run with your heart," says Hawthorne Police Officer Diane Carmona.
Local First Responders Share Story Of Survival From Camp FireThe devastating and deadly Camp Fire up near Chico is now fully contained and we're now learning about an incredible story of survival. That story comes from some of our first responders who recently returned from Paradise.
Tree Trimmer Apparently Killed By Fallen Palm FrondThe accident occurred in the 15000 block of Garo Street.
Medical Experts Suggest Intubation Procedures Could Help More ChildrenA decision was made in the late 1990s not to allow L.A. County paramedics to use tubes on kids after county officials conducted a landmark and controversial study.
First Responders Awarded For Heroism During San Bernardino Terror AttackA special ceremony -- with lots of dignitaries -- was a chance for the state and San Bernardino to give thanks for their bravery.
Group Of First Responders In San Bernardino Recognized For Bravery, CourageHonors were bestowed on a group of school district police officers for their response to last month’s massacre in San Bernardino.
San Bernardino First Responders Share Their Stories From AttackSan Bernardino first responders spoke publicly for the first time Tuesday about their experiences during the attacks that killed 14 and injured 21.
Counselors Work Overtime To Help San Bernardino First RespondersIn the week since the attacks that killed 14 and injured 21 in San Bernardino, counselors have been working almost nonstop to help first responders who were on the scene Wednesday.
People Whose Lives Were Saved Get Chance To Meet Their Rescuers In Emotional ReunionsThere were lots of tears when Melanie Miller and Christina Accola were reunited.