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.
Prosecutors allege Rainer Reinscheid was searching the Internet for information on guns, fertilizer and auto explosions before his arrest on arson charges.
Rainer Klaus Reinscheid allegedly planned to burn down University High School, commit sexual assaults, and kill school officials and students before killing himself.
Residents on a Long Beach street are under siege by a pair of Cooper’s hawks, who’ve built a nest in the middle of the block.
Pet owners in several neighborhoods around Long Beach were on alert Monday after a string of recent coyote attacks.
If you happen to believe in conspiracy theories or want to be free of taxes, a new government report says you just might be a terrorist.
Days before Thanksgiving, a tag team of turkeys is making one last stand against motorcyclists in Walnut Creek.
The city’s decision stems from growing opposition to public funds being used to deal with the animals.
The state of California is leading a national surge in anti-Semitic attacks and other incidents.
Tony Bennett says he’s sorry for suggesting the United States provoked the 9/11 attacks.
A man suspected in dozens of vandalism attacks on businesses in San Pedro over the last six weeks was behind bars on Thursday
Long Beach police are beefing up security after a string of attacks on gay men.
The council’s next regularly scheduled meeting is Aug. 17, and neither Mayor Bert Hack nor city manager Leslie Keane wanted to further delay taking action.