America is blessed with an abundance of natural wonders, from pristine lakes and mighty rivers to natural sandstone arches and snow-capped mountains.
Although Ed Orgeron claims he isn’t a very happy man most mornings, he was ecstatic from the moment he awoke Thursday for his first game as Southern California’s interim coach.
Not a day goes by that Colleen Turbyfill doesn’t think of her son, his death as real and raw now as it was three months ago when the former Marine and 18 of his colleagues died battling a lightning-sparked wildfire in Arizona.
The Los Angeles Dodgers soaked everyone in sight with champagne in the clubhouse. Many players raced back out for a celebratory dip in Arizona’s Chase Field swimming pool.
An Arizona woman accused of poisoning her two children and leaving their bodies in a Santa Ana hotel room appeared in court by video Tuesday and asked the judge to promise her the death penalty.
With three straight losses hanging over his head and chatter that he should be shut down for the season, Patrick Corbin tuned it all out.
A man has been arrested on suspicion of murdering a Redlands woman in 1988.
Critics call it the “Santa Ana Gold Rush.”
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputies Monday started a 24-hour vigil in honor of firefighter Kevin Woyjeck who was killed in last month’s fast-moving wildfire in Arizona.
Thousands gathered at an outdoor amphitheater on Saturday evening to honor one of nineteen elite firefighters killed in a fast-moving wildfire in Ariz. last month.
A memorial Service is scheduled for Saturday evening for one of nineteen elite firefighters killed in the fast-moving wildfire in Ariz. on June 30.
LA County Fire Capt. Joe Woyjeck accompanied his 21-year-old son’s body on a cargo plane back to Southern California Wednesday.
An armed robbery suspect who allegedly shot at Los Angeles police officers during a pursuit in Reseda was charged with attempted murder Wednesday.
The bodies of two firefighters killed in last month’s fast-moving wildfire in Arizona will be flown back to Southern California Wednesday for a ceremony.
L.A. County Fire Department Engineer Roy Rodriguez said this weekend’s tragedy brought back a stream of memories about the close calls he and his fellow firefighters have experienced on duty.