Azusa Police Looking For At-Risk TeenAzusa police are looking for an at-risk teen who needs daily medication.
Firefighters Battling San Gabriel Complex Fire Shift To Salvage, ProtectionThe San Gabriel Complex Fire, which has burned 5,399 acres since it broke out more than a week ago, is nearly out, and authorities are now working to salvage and protect the area from post-wildfire threats.
Drones Force Firefighters Battling San Gabriel Complex Fire To Suspend Air OperationsPrivate drones were flying in the path of firefighting aircraft, fire officials say.
Cooler Temperatures Help Firefighters Hold Line On San Gabriel Complex FireFirefighters are holding the line on the San Gabriel Complex fire, helped in part by cooler weather and higher humidity.
Azusa Residents To Be Escorted Home To Get Items For Continued EvacuationResidents evacuated by the San Gabriel Complex fire will be allowed to return to their homes Thursday, some only for a short time to retrieve personal items for a continued evacuation.
685 Homes Evacuated As Forest Fire Threatens DuarteFirefighters are beginning to get the upper hand against two brush fires that have burned 4,500 acres in the Angeles National Forest.
Baby Goat In Custody After It Was Found Roaming Azusa StreetsA kid was found roaming the streets of Azusa Thursday night, and police now have it on a leash.
Azusa Police Debunk Fake 'Sagging' OrdinanceIt's still legal to let your pants hang a little low in Azusa, authorities said Tuesday.
Man Reunited With High School Class Ring He Last Saw In 1987A man was reunited Wednesday with his 1985 class ring that he had last seen in 1987 after he gave it to his then-girlfriend.
Teen Requiring Daily Medication Goes Missing In AzusaRoman Anthony Lambert is known to frequent Orange County.
Big Storms End With Big CleanupsCrews spent the day cleaning up messes left by the storms including removing a giant tree that toppled in the middle of a street in La Puente.
People Living Near Burn Hillsides Brace For 2nd Round Of MudslidesMany Glendora homeowners were back at the city yard Tuesday night stocking up on sandbags as they braced for more rain.