All six unprovoked shark attacks on humans last year along the Pacific Coast occurred in California, according to researchers.
Two Angelenos who suffered heart attacks were reunited Thursday with the emergency medical teams that responded to their emergencies with life-saving care.
Local airport police say there is no specific threat against LAX, but they are working with federal law enforcement officials to make sure travelers are safe and are reminding them to be vigilant.
An al-Qaida splinter group that aims to establish an Islamic state called a caliphate and reportedly has over $2 billion in cash and assets could threaten terror attacks against the U.S., Senator Barbara Boxer said Friday.
In response to the several stabbings on board Metro buses in the LA area, security cameras are being installed on board as part of increased security efforts for passenger safety, officials said.
KCAL9’s Dave Bryan reports residents voiced strong opinions at the meeting amid growing fears the attacks at the Ramona Gardens housing project could rekindle racial tension.
Authorities Saturday continued to investigate the attacks of two boys in restrooms at public parks in the South Bay.
A 24-year-old man was sentenced Friday to 50 years behind bars for sexually assaulting three women back in 2012.
Swimmers at Orange County beaches are being warned to take extra precautions after a dramatic increase in reports of stingray injuries.
Wildlife officials want to teach Orange County residents how to stay safe following a recent string of coyote sightings.
Prosecutors say a convicted felon who had been deported to Mexico then returned to California has been sentenced to 30 years to life in prison for breaking into Orange County bedrooms and touching women and girls as they slept, including sexual assaults on girls 11 and 13 years old.
A growing coyote presence in Orange County will be among the issues discussed by the Huntington Beach City Council on Monday.
In addition to “Surf’s up!” the thing you most often will hear at Huntington Beach these days is “Watch your step!” and “Owwww!”
Several events are scheduled across Southern California in remembrance of the those who lost their lives on September 11, 2001.
A UC Irvine professor pleaded not guilty Wednesday morning to 10 arson charges related to a a series of fires and an alleged plot to attack a Irvine high school.