Nonprofit Says Former Director To Pay $869K To Settle SuitThe group Lay Mission-Helpers says its former director of development has agreed to pay more than $869,000 to settle an embezzlement lawsuit it brought against him.
Spice Up Your Life! Celebrate Chile Peppers With Z'Tejas Southwestern GrillZ’Tejas Southwestern Grill's Executive chef Danny Stevens stopped by KCAL9 Tuesday to discuss his new Chile Fest menu and how the restaurant is giving back to the community.
Nonprofit Supporting Orphans, Foster Teens Holding FundraiserSafety Harbor Kids, a local charity, has helped over 2,000 kids by introducing them to music, art and career possibilities.
Ex-Treasurer Arrested On Suspicion Of Embezzling Funds From NonprofitA former volunteer treasurer for a Riverside County nonprofit that helps bereaved mothers has been arrested on suspicion of embezzling about $25,000 from the organization.
SoCal Man Travels Cross Country To Save Abandoned AnimalsA Southern California man is on a mission of mercy -- traveling cross country to save abandoned animals.
Nonprofit Center To Host Free Family Fitness ProgramA local nonprofit center will offer 30 families the opportunity to shape up and slim down this spring.
Health Care Pioneer Cástulo De La Rocha's Salary QuestionedWith the State of California teetering on the brink of insolvency all salaries are being scrutinized. Political Reporter Dave Bryan has the story of an East L.A. health care pioneer who heads a non-profit, while receiving a large salary.
Report: Nonprofits Struggling To Stay Afloat In Recession Most Los Angeles nonprofits are in an ongoing struggle with declining revenue and increased demand, according to a new report from the UCLA School of Public Affairs.