A 9-year-old South Pasadena boy was recognized Thursday for helping to save his younger sister as she choked on a grape.
The Los Angeles Fire Department is launching an overhaul of how they handle 911 calls, officials said Monday.
Police in Garden Grove are warning residents about a serial assaulter who struck at least three times Wednesday evening, including a stabbing.
A Los Angeles woman will serve jail time for making hundreds of harassing and false 911 calls in the past two years, prosecutors said Monday.
The Los Angeles City Council Wednesday will meet to vote on a proposal that would crack down on individuals who make false 911 calls to high-profile residences.
Individuals who make false 911 calls to high-profile residences in Los Angeles may soon have to shell out big bucks if they’re caught.
Authorities say a Simi Valley man lied to 911 about being shot so that police would respond to him faster.
Telecommunications giant AT&T was under fire Wednesday after the company tweeted a picture of the Manhattan skyline on a cellphone.
The state Senate has approved reopening a college scholarship program for the relatives of Californians who died in the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
People who make fake 911 calls would be subject to paying the costs of mobilizing emergency responders under a bill that is close to passing the state Legislature.
The daughter of pop icon Michael Jackson had overdosed on ibuprofen pills and “cut her arm with a kitchen knife” when officials responded to her Calabasas home last week.
Californians who use prepaid cellphones would pay a little more to add minutes under a bill moving through the Legislature.
Authorities in Lancaster are warning residents about a ‘hot prowl’ burglar.
Legislation approved by the state Senate on Thursday would force pranksters who make hoax 911 calls, like the ones used to target celebrities, pay for the cost of police responding to the fake emergencies.
Three state lawmakers proposed legislation on Thursday to reopen a memorial scholarship program for the relatives of Californians who were killed in the Sept. 11, 2001, which is funded by the state’s sale of specialty license plates.