Former NYC Fire Department Captain Pleads No Contest To Sexually Molesting 2 Brothers In LAWilbert Riera, who resigned from the New York City Fire Department on Wednesday, returns to court on Oct. 8
2 Palmdale Brothers Sentenced For Car-To-Car Shooting That Left 7-Year-Old Girl DeadJesus Alberto Peralta, 24, was sentenced to 125 years to life in state prison and Carlos Peralta, 21, received a 46-years-to-life state prison sentence for the murder of Desiree Macias in 2013.
Lucerne Valley Man, 60, Accused Of Murdering His Younger BrotherAuthorities said Alvin Earl Hanner was suffering from "significant" physical trauma.
14-Year-Old Fatally Shoots 9-Year-Old Brother In Perris AccidentThe incident occurred in the 100 block of Metz Road.
Murrieta Teen Allegedly Stabs Younger Brother RepeatedlyOfficers did not offer a motive for the attack.
Moreno Valley Police Bust 2 Brothers For Alleged Mail TheftMoreno Valley Police say they have arrested two brothers for mail theft.
2 Brothers Accused Of Stabbing Man Multiple Times In Simi ValleyPolice announced the arrest of two brothers they say stabbed a man in Simi Valley multiple times early Saturday morning.
'Airplane!' Filmmakers, Cast Members Reunite For Tourism AdsSurely this is one reunion you won't want to miss.
2 Brothers Accused Of Running Marijuana Grow House In Eastvale Authorities announced the arrest of two brothers for allegedly running a marijuana grow house in Eastvale.
Beverly Hills Residents To Protest Times Sale With March Near CEO's Home Residents of one of Southern California's most exclusive neighborhoods were expected to protest the potential sale of the Los Angeles Times and Tribune Company newspapers across the country to the Koch Brothers.
Union Leaders, Ex-Obama Adviser To Rally Against LA Times 'Takeover'Hundreds of protesters were expected to join a rally Tuesday to protest the proposed sale of the Los Angeles Times to businessmen David and Charles Koch.
Activists Warn Rumored Sale To Turn LA Times Into 'Another Fox News'Members of and other protesters are warning the owners of the Los Angeles Times not to sell the newspaper to "political propagandists".