• Community 8 hours ago

    NBC 7 & Telemundo 20 ‘Toys for Tots' Drive-Thru Toy Drop Off Event

    Help NBC 7 & Telemundo 20 make a difference for a child in need this holiday season as we team up with the US Marine Corps for our annual ‘Toys for Tots’ Drive-Thru Toy Drop Off event this Friday, December 2 from 9 a.m.to 5 p.m. at the Walmart on Murphy Canyon Road. Simply bring a new unwrapped toy, drive…

  • Halloween October 25, 2022 2:35 pm

    How a ‘Haunted Bus' is Bringing Halloween Fun While Building Community

    A group of Wisconsin school bus drivers are emphasizing the importance of community this year using an old bus decorated to be a haunted house experience.

  • Community September 30, 2022 9:59 am

    Six Seasons and a Movie: A ‘Community' Film Is Finally Happening With Original Cast

    Peacock announced they’ve ordered the long-awaited ‘Community’ spin-off film, which will follow some of our favorite community college students, including Joel McHale, Danny Pudi and Alison Brie.

  • Convoy District August 3, 2022 12:52 pm

    New Freeway Signs Will Guide Drivers to Convoy District

    New freeway signs that will guide drivers to San Diego’s historic Convoy District were unveiled Wednesday — a much welcomed roadside accessory that small business owners hope will further enrich the community.

  • Convoy District August 3, 2022 11:41 am

    New Freeway Sign Celebrates Convoy District

    New freeway signs locating San Diego’s historic Convoy District were unveiled in a ceremony.

  • Chula Vista Police Department May 27, 2022 5:21 pm

    CVPD Searching for Good Deeds During ‘Acts of Kindness' Campaign

    The Chula Vista Police Department is rewarding members of the public who do kind deeds with $50 gift cards.

  • Chula Vista May 27, 2022 7:51 am

    CVPD Rewarding Acts of Kindness

    Chula Vista police officers are on patrol searching for acts of kindness to reward community members for good deeds.

  • Community March 9, 2022 12:45 am

    Spreading the SHE Love

    California Live’s Amber Pfister sits down with Sheria Irving, Founder of Shaping Her Earth, a non-profit organization that mentors, uplifts, and empowers young women of color. As part of International Women’s Day, Amber showcases the work that Sheria is doing to create a community for young women, where their voices are heard, talents are honed, and lives transformed. Learn more...

  • Community March 7, 2022 7:01 pm

    Women and Mothers Unite at The Well

    Women and children have found refuge at The Well, a multi-functional community that offers a safe space for women seeking childcare, a location to work remotely, pursue entrepreneurship, and network. California Live’s Amber Pfister sits with Kara Lee, founder of The Well, for an inside look at the co-op that brings women out of isolation and into a supportive community...

  • Community February 7, 2022 2:15 pm

    Hope for Homeless

    Hope Of The Valley is a rescue mission that is helping Angelenos get off the streets and into safe homes. California Live’s Kim Caldwell-Harvey talks with the leaders about their progress and their hopes for the future. For more info, please visitHoprFortheValley.org

  • Community February 1, 2022 8:09 pm

    Local Photography Business Benefits from The Super Bowl LVI Business Connect Program

    The Super Bowl LVI Business Connect program focuses on collaborating and connecting local businesses with the National Football League and Los Angles Super Bowl LVI Host Committee. California Live’s Danielle Nottingham talks to Monica Linda about her Los Angeles based branding photography and videography business, Girl Squad. The Business Connect program has provided Monica the opportunity to sign her first...

  • Jessica Vilchis January 26, 2022 9:30 pm

    Upcoming Super Bowl LVI Kicks-off Lineup of Events for Los Angeles Tourism

    The excitement can be felt across Los Angeles as Super Bowl 56 approaches. Adam Burke, President and CEO of the nonprofit organization ‘Los Angeles Tourism’, details the benefits that the upcoming game will provide and how this nationwide event will pave the path for a decade of events to come. For more information and the lineup of events, please visit...discoverlosangeles.com...

  • Community January 21, 2022 4:25 pm

    Behind The Scenes of Legacy 56

    Behind the scenes of Super Bowl LVI, the president of the Los Angeles Super Bowl Host Committee, Kathryn Schloessman details the Legacy 56 Program. ‘Legacy 56’ was established to honor 56 members, organizations, and nonprofits in Los Angeles who are making a positive impact on the community.
    For more info visitlasuperbowlhc.com


  • Community January 21, 2022 3:36 pm

    LA Organization Provides Mental and Primary Health Care to the Vulnerable

    LA Organization Provides Mental and Primary Health Care to the Most Vulnerable...
    The Legacy 56 Program, in collaboration with Super Bowl LVI, honors LA-based nonprofits who are making an impact on the community and the local economy. As the highly anticipated game approaches, “California Live” is highlighting those who have been recipients of Legacy 56. One of the organizations making a...

  • Community January 20, 2022 12:43 pm

    Garden Grove Welcomes Sprouts Farmer's Market

    Sprouts Farmer’s Market has come a long way from being a fresh produce stand in Southern California. This natural and organic grocery store has numerous locations and is celebrating the grand opening of its newest store in Garden Grove. Offering unique and healthy food options, Sprouts provides fresh, organic and seasonal produce, as well as bulk food selections and more!...

  • Community January 19, 2022 1:38 pm

    ‘Project I Am' Paves the Way for the Next Generation

    At just 14-years old, Jahkil Jackson works to keep Martin Luther King Jr.’s dream alive by serving his Chicago community. His passion to help unhoused individuals began at 5-years old and has evolved into a non-profit organization, Project I Am. He is a blessing and inspiration to his community and generations to follow.

  • Community January 19, 2022 9:43 am

    Paul Cobb Inspired To Keep Hope Alive

    In 1965, young civil rights activist and publisher, Paul Cobb marched in Selma, Alabama with Martin Luther King Jr. A lifelong memory vividly recalled. California Live’s Malou Nubla joins Paul Cobb as he reflects on his time spent with Dr. King and shares with us how he honors Dr. King’s legacy and holds on to hope.

  • Community January 19, 2022 9:54 am

    USC Cinema Grad Students Create ‘Artivism'

    The word, “Artivism” is understood as the combination of art and activism. Cinema grad students MaryLanae Linen, Jasmine Walker and Tynae Miller join their Professor, Jeremy Keegan and California Live’s Danielle Nottingham to discuss their Black Pro-Vaxx film. This special project was specifically made for L.A. and has been used across the country to bring awareness to the importance of...

  • Community January 19, 2022 9:48 am

    USC Cinematic Arts Professor Remembers Sidney Poitier

    USC School of Cinematic Arts Professor, Jeremy Keegan and California Live’s Danielle Nottingham discuss Sidney Poitier and his impact on cinema and the world. Sidney was a vessel for transition of culture during a time when Martin Luther King Jr. marched for change. In 1963, Sidney marched alongside Dr. King. Professor, Jeremy Keegan gives an inside look at Sidney Poitier...

  • Community January 19, 2022 9:37 am

    USC Law Professor Reflects on Martin Luther King Jr.'s Dream

    California Live’s Danielle Nottingham caught up with USC Law Professor, Jody David Armour to discuss Martin Luther King Jr.’s dream. As an eight-year-old, Professor Armour remembers dialing in on the feelings and emotions surrounding Dr. King’s assassination and not fully grasping the impact until years later. He shares what MLK Day means to him and tips on how to move...

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