Want to serve your country while also watching the U.S. national symbol in its natural habitat? Don’t make plans Saturday.
Southern California was getting an early taste of winter Friday, as the region saw more rain showers, snow and high winds.
Although it may seem that summer is never over for SoCal, there are ways for nature lovers to view a decent array of colors in the fall. Luckily for locals, leaving the beach palms for mountain pines can be done in a matter of hours. Here are some of the best spots to watch the autumn leaves change their hues.
Snow Summit is holding an end-of-season celebration this weekend to mark its final days of sightseeing and mountain biking in 2013.
California Highway Patrol investigators who inspected the wreckage of a tour bus that crashed in the San Bernardino Mountains, killing seven passengers, discovered something startling: All six of the brakes were defective.
A cold front brought gusty winds and rain to the Southland and snow to the mountains of Big Bear Monday.
Residents were enjoying an early October snowfall Thursday as a storm system continues to move through the Southland.
On this high fire danger day, crews responded to a report of smoke near Southern California’s Bear Mountain ski resort, but left without finding flames.
A judge ruled Thursday that a man allegedly carjacked in Big Bear by Christopher Dorner — and now seeking $1 million in reward money — will have to bolster his claims against the city of Los Angeles.
Bear Mountain and its sister ski resort, Snow Summit, are being put up for sale, the San Bernardino Sun reported Monday.
From family friendly parades, muscled and tanned men and women competing at the beach to fireworks spectaculars you’ll find the best family- friendly 4th of July events listed here.
As summer kicks off across Los Angeles, there are plenty of activities to keep you entertained and enjoying the outdoors. From art to music, and film to charity events, this week is full of fun.
This year’s annual Big Bear Heritage Parade will recognize and honor the community’s emergency personnel who protected the mountain community during the hunt for fugitive Christopher Dorner.
The search continued Friday for a Running Springs woman who went missing in the San Bernardino Mountains Tuesday.
Sheriff’s transcripts released Friday indicate deputies didn’t fire a single shot during the final two hours of a standoff with Christopher Dorner, a former Los Angeles police officer who authorities said killed four people in a nearly week-long rampage.