Since 2010, hundreds of thousands of Angelenos have pedaled the streets of Los Angeles at one of the largest alternative transportation events in the nation.
Terrance Thompson fell into a deep depression after his sole caretakers passed away, one by one.
In 2012, Marine captain Derek Herrera was shot and paralyzed from the chest down after leading a special operations task in Afghanistan during his third deployment.
In high school, football accounts for two out of every three sports-related concussions. Some athletes continue to play out in the field, even after enduring multiple injuries or experiencing subtle symptoms of a possible concussion.
The use of antipsychotic drugs on the elderly has sparked a series of lawsuits and criticism from industry leaders and advocates fighting for better regulation and enforcement.
7,980 cases of pertussis, most commonly known as the whooping cough, were recently reported in California, published by the California Department of Public Health, which also attributes three infant deaths this year to the disease.
Val Zavala brings you the story of Angela Peacock, an Army sergeant who suffered from post traumatic stress disorder and rape.
In this exclusive SoCal Connected segment, we’ll discuss early Alzheimer's detection, and what this means for families who are hoping to plan for health situations in advance.