The risk of death from automobile accidents among teenage drivers increases when other teens are in the car, a new study found.
Officials say 249 accidents were reported on freeways throughout Los Angeles County between 6 a.m. and 11 a.m. Friday.
And no, it’s not a model: it’s a real building, with real cars in the lot in front of it, in Columbus Ohio.
A City Council committee wants controversial red light cameras to be phased out by the end of the month.
Is Friday the 13th really that unlucky? The Automobile Club of Southern California says it’s no more dangerous on the road.
Even though elevators are supposed to be inspected every year, we found permits in elevators well past the deadline — tens of thousands of expired permits statewide. It’s a potential for a hazard.
High winds swept through Southern California on Monday, knocking down trees and power lines that led to thousands of outages and kicking up dust storms that forced street closures.
A powerful winter storm dumped about a half-inch of rain on Los Angeles and forecasters say more wet, messy weather is expected.
Wouldn’t drivers get the clue after they saw the first few cars? Not if the road crews kept rebuilding the wall, each time someone smashed into it.
Nobody hurt; and because it happened on private property, apparently, the driver didn’t even get a ticket. Sweet.
Look closely, not only is it upside down, but most of this truck actually is over the side. Orange News reports the truck stuck to the retaining wall because of one single wheel/tire, and a bit of damaged bodywork. Imagine being the rescue crew, trying to get to the driver. no, better still, imagine being the driver.
The California Highway Patrol reports that 83 people were arrested for driving under the influence this holiday weekend compared to 72 during the first 36 hours of Christmas in 2009.
Flash flood advisories have been issued across Southern California as the record rainfall takes a toll on the region’s freeways.
Officials said a 37-year-old woman was killed in Inglewood Tuesday after she darted in front of a car.
A new study says laws that ban texting while driving don’t reduce wrecks and might actually increase risks.