One of two boats possibly involved in a collision near Dockweiler State Beach had overturned prior to the collision, it was reported Monday.
Experts fear an outbreak as children across the country are being attacked by the rare, p0lio-like Enterovirus, right as flu season is set to begin.
Authorities said Monday that someone has made off with the Ed Sullivan statue that sits atop a pedestal at the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences building in North Hollywood.
Richard Riordan, Los Angeles’ former mayor, is looking back on his eight-year tenure in City Hall in a new book titled, “The Mayor.”
Brown signed SB1405 on Monday, about a month after it unanimously passed both houses of the Legislature.
Though most of its victims are thousands of miles away, the Ebola virus is having a profound impact in Southern California. With plans by the Liberian government to open more than two dozen treatment centers within the next few months, locals like David Beyan are working tirelessly to gather supplies.
An Inland Empire mother made the ultimate sacrifice for her newborn daughter when she refused life-saving treatment for bone cancer.
Emma Manetta is on a mission to support patients undergoing treatment at The MemorialCare Breast Center at Orange Coast Memorial in Fountain Valley, where her mother, Shawna, receives care.
Authorities in Ventura County Monday asked residents to keep a sharp lookout for a missing 99-year-old woman.
A Southern California gallery owner has been sentenced to five years in federal prison for harassing, threatening and trying to extort money from artists, art dealers and their family members.
A high-speed pursuit in the city of Vernon ended in a collision early Monday evening.
A father of a young child was fatally shot Monday morning in a drive-by in San Bernardino, authorities said.
A 1946 case that helped to dissolve the path of segregation in California schools was commemorated Monday by the Los Angeles Superior Court, as well as by one of the plaintiffs in the historic case.
Residents in a Monrovia neighborhood for once are not worried about the bears wandering about their homes – they’re more concerned that the animals appear sick.
Hazardous material and fire crews are at the Ronald Reagan Library after a worker opened an envelope containing a white powder, but a spokeswoman says there is no threat to the public.