Metro To Provide WiFi, Cellular Service To Subway RidersRiders along the Metro subway trains in Los Angeles may soon have access to WiFi and cellular service, according to county officials.
$3.1M Will Be Returned To Victims Of MoneyGram Scheme Over 1,200 residents in Los Angeles were expected to receive checks in the mail starting Tuesday courtesy of the U.S. Postal Inspection Service.
'Twitter Taxi' Service Lets Riders Use Social Media To Play Music What's being billed as the world's first Twitter-based taxi service is expected to celebrate its launch Thursday in Venice Beach.
LA Participates In National Drug Take Back DayAngelenos are being urged to dispose of potentially dangerous, expired, and unwanted prescriptions during Saturday's National Drug Take Back Day.
Rock Out For U.S. Service Members At The Annual 'Heroes Helping Heroes' ConcertNCIS Actress Pauley Perrette visited the KCAL9 studios Tuesday to talk about the 2nd Annual “Heroes Helping Heroes” Benefit Concert at the House of Blues.
Delta Airlines Brings Back Hourly Shuttle Service From LAX To SFO Delta Airlines announced Friday that they are bringing back hourly shuttle service between LAX and SFO.
Rick Warren Returns To Pulpit 16 Weeks After Son’s DeathEvangelical megachurch Pastor Rick Warren returned to the pulpit this weekend for the first time since his son's suicide 16 weeks ago.
Pastor Rick Warren Scheduled To Preach First Service Since Son's DeathPastor Rick Warren is expected to preach his first sermon since his youngest son’s death next weekend.
US Forest Service OKs Chopper To Fight Wildfires At Night The U.S. Forest Service will soon be helping Southland firefighters with a specifically equipped helicopter to combat wildfires at night.
Founder Of Lion's Heart Discusses Ways To Get InvolvedTerry Corwin, the founder and Executive Director of Lion’s Heart, appeared on KCAL9 News on Saturday morning to discuss the volunteer service organization.
AAA To Offer Free ‘Tipsy Tow’ Service On New Year's EveThe Automobile Club of Southern California (AAA) will offer free towing on New Year’s Eve in an effort to keep drunk drivers off the road.
Mayor, Volunteers Honor Veterans With 'Day Of Service'On a day when Americans honor the sacrifice of former and active-duty servicemen and women, volunteers in West Los Angeles are giving back.
LA County To Review Benefits For Military ReservistsSupervisor Don Knabe has called for a review after receiving what he described as "nervous calls" from employees — some of whom have been deployed overseas for months
US Gov't To Use Text Messaging For Extreme Weather Alerts You could soon start receiving text messages from the U.S. government in response to potential weather emergencies.
New Bill Would Grant Work Permits To Thousands Of Illegal ImmigrantsA bill moving through the California Legislature is heating up the hot button issue of immigration reform.