Taking a break from the everyday grind is necessary and for those in Orange County looking for a getaway for the day, here are the best places to get a quick fix away from Orange County.
With several theme parks and nature parks to choose from, these family-friendly vacation destinations are five of Orange County’s finest.
The Catalina Island fox, close to extinction 16 years ago, is running into new challenges.
With theme parks, mountains and beaches, Orange County is the perfect place to bring the family this spring break.
These spring break destinations will be sure to deliver family fun and memories you’ll treasure for years to come.
Enjoy a spring break vacation close to home at one of these getaways near Los Angeles.
Should you find yourself with some upcoming vacation time and you are trying to figure out where to go, here are five reasons to visit Los Angeles in 2015.
Ron Truppa and Gena Vazquez of Catalina Film Festival stopped by KCAL9 Thursday to talk about the 2014 Festival and Summit.
These getaways reinforce the benefits of residing in Southern California. With outdoor beauty ranging from beaches, mountains, lakes and vineyards, these destinations don’t require a plane ticket, as they are within hours from the OC.
A teenager from New Jersey swam the channel between Catalina Island and mainland California Monday and is well on her way to becoming the youngest person in history to complete three major open-water swims.
A mid-day thunderstorm touched off at least two brush fires, and a man was struck by lightning Sunday on Catalina Island.
This Memorial Day, pack up the family and head out for a little fun and adventure. The best news is you don’t have to spend days in the car to find it.
Here are five backpacking trips worthy of a short road trip from downtown that feel as if these distinctive destinations are much further away from the fray.
Three people were injured when their 22-foot power boat crashed at full speed into the Isthmus near Two Harbors on Catalina Island on Monday evening.
A new study by the Catalina Island Conservancy shows that the contraceptives program launched in 2009 for the island’s bison has proven to be a more effective and humane way of controlling their population than relocation.