Orange County health officials issued a public warning Wednesday about rabies after a live, rabid bat was found on the campus of Fullerton College last week.
More homeless veterans in Los Angeles may soon have a roof over their head with some help from the U.S. government.
The UCLA Bruins were set Friday to play the first exhibition game of the college basketball season on a totally refurbished hardwood floor.
Jurors in the case of a man charged with the murders of two Chinese students at the University of Southern California were played a videotape Thursday where he purportedly discussed the shootings.
San Diego college officials Thursday said there was no threat or indication that a student had Ebola after a portion of the school was cordoned off.
Several Temescal Canyon High School students were in custody Tuesday after allegedly making criminal threats to other students at the school.
In Playa Vista, what once was the Howard Hughes Aircraft Company is now a thriving campus buzzing with creativity.
Community leaders in the city of Compton Thursday were expected to demand officials rescind a policy that would arm school police officers with AR-15 assault rifles.
Classes were canceled Thursday afternoon at a community college in the Inland Empire after someone reported seeing a person with an explosive device, possibly in a backpack.
Are events in the Middle East behind flyers with an anti-Jewish message that have surfaced near the UCLA campus?
Since the massacre at Sandy Hook, there have been 72 incidents on school campuses including shootings or reports of someone being armed.
Security dogs will continue to sniff students at Newport Beach and Costa Mesa schools after school officials voted this week to renew a $27,000 contract, according to reports.
Police said the man attacked the two people, complete strangers, in broad daylight.
A potential new law could change the way college students engage in sexual activity on campus.
Anyone with information about the suspects was urged to contact the UCLA Police Department at (310) 825-9371.