1 Man Dead, 2 Women Wounded In San Bernardino ShootingNo suspect information was available.
Tustin Police Looking For Witnesses Who Saw Truck Fatally Strike Boy, 12The accident happened around 8 p.m. on Jamboree Road just north of Champion Way, according to Tustin Police Sgt. Andy Birozy.
49ers QB Kaepernick Refuses To Stand For National Anthem In ProtestSan Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick is refusing to stand for the national anthem before games because he believes the United States oppresses African Americans and other minorities.
Santa Clarita Turns Out To Thank Sand Fire Firefighters, First RespondersThe Sand Fire broke out July 22 and burned more than 40,000 acres.
Man, 23, Killed After Slamming Into Tree On 57 Freeway On-RampThe driver was the Scion's lone occupant.
OC Dog Hid From Coyote In Storm Drain, Rescued By FirefightersA team of OC firefighters trained in technical rescues came to the aid of a little dog Saturday morning.
Earthquake Experts Tell Latino Community How To Get Ready For The Big OneIt's the first time Caltech has hosted an event like this, where the community engaged directly with scientists and experts, asking questions and getting important answers.
LA Restaurants Lead Italian Quake Relief Efforts With PastaA pasta dish named after the Italian town hit by an earthquake is the main dish at LA restaurants raising money for relief.
In The Garden: Fall Fire PitsFall is on its way, and it's time to think about fire pits. Gardening guru Nick Federoff has some ideas on how to put together a creative, safe space for a warm evening by the fire.
Suspected DUI Driver Rear-Ends Sheriff's Patrol CarA driver plowed into the back of a sheriff's cruiser Friday night, with a deputy inside. Both were taken to a hospital and released. The driver was arrested on charges of driving under the influence.
Only On 2: Residents Angered That Abandoned Church In Long Beach Is Now Haven For Gang Members, Addicts"The property was once beautiful," he said, "but now it's tore up."
BMX Fans Devastated As Southern California's Oldest Track ClosesIt's an end of an era for a family tradition in Orange after lease negotiations for the track owner falls through.