Connected By A Thread: Teen Girls Keep Holocaust Survivor's Story AliveIt took Holocaust survivor Trudie Strobel four decades before she was able to open up about the day the Nazis forced her and her mother into a cattle car in Russia.
People Making A Difference: Santa Clarita Woman Making Life Gentler For Abused AnimalsTwenty years ago, Ellie Laks found her calling when she opened The Gentle Barn in the backyard of her Santa Clarita home to give abused, neglected and unwanted animals a home filled with love.
People Making A Difference: Creating An Oasis In a Food DesertA corner market in downtown Los Angeles celebrated its grand reopening Thursday with a renewed focus on providing healthy food options for those in the community with help from the Los Angeles Food Policy Council.
People Making A Difference: High School Students Share Love Of Outdoors With Underprivileged YouthA group of South Pasadena High School teens found a way to give hundreds of children a taste of the great outdoors this summer, and they're hoping to do it again next year with the help of another grant from the Dragon Kim Foundation.
People Making A Difference: Local Artisans Literally Find Key To Ending HomelessnessIn this installment of “People Making A Difference,” CBS2 anchor Pat Harvey introduces us to a company that pays it forward by hiring people transitioning out of homelessness.
People Making A Difference: Unemployed Woman Stops To Help Less Fortunate On Skid RowThe homeless line up patiently every week for Shirley Raines and her team of devoted volunteers.
People Making A Difference: Moving Company CEO On A Mission To Give BackThe fact the company deals with moving and storage services is just the beginning.
Making A Difference: Team Kids Honors OC Girl For Helping Homeless PeopleMaking A Difference: 9 year old Khloe Thompson is recognized for her efforts to help homeless women.
This 21-Year-Old Hopes To Change The World A Bar Of Soap At A TimeA 21-year-old is hoping to use soap to change the world, one village at a time.
Foundation Gives Music Students In North Hills Instruments Valued At $23,000 After Teacher Applies For GrantA group of music students were pleasantly surprised with an end-of-the-year gift worth more than $20,000.
Woman Finds New Career As SoulCycle Instructor After Dropping 60 PoundsA woman who lost almost a third of her weight spinning has found a new career path helping others to reach their own dreams.