LAPD Chief Charlie Beck was among those on hand Tuesday to honor a Southland child safety advocate for her work in the community.
With help from an electronic application, 19-year-old Neal Katz has been able to translate his thoughts into words and is flourishing as a member of a personal growth camp in Malibu.
Two Southern California lawmakers reached an agreement Thursday with a Sacramento committee to investigate child and family services agencies statewide, including two Southland agencies.
Federal investigators were seeking the public’s assistance Wednesday in identifying two females linked to evidence in an investigation into the sexual abuse of a minor.
An Orange County tennis instructor is accused of having inappropriate physical contact with a 13-year-old tennis student.
Several students at two San Bernardino County high schools could face child pornography charges after allegedly sending nude photos on their cell phones.
An Orange County attorney Tuesday was expected to call for a criminal investigation into an alleged child trafficking case involving Orange County Child Protective Services.
Edward John Hofer allegedly identified himself as a teenage girl when he met an 11-year-old boy and a 15-year-old girl on a social networking site.
A child reportedly faced life-threatening injuries Monday after an apparent hit-and-run during a possible street racing incident in the city of Riverside.
Authorities Saturday said a man has been arrested after allegedly hitting his girlfriend and their 4-year-old daughter with a brick.
Actress Halle Berry and her fiancé, French actor Olivier Martinez, are having a baby, TMZ reported Friday.
A father was arrested Saturday after he told police he forgot where he parked his car — with his child in the backseat.
Spinal Muscular Atrophy is the number one genetic killer of children and infants.
Firefighters Sunday helped rescue a 4-year-old child following a tree-climbing adventure in Lake Arrowhead.
A confidential county report obtained by the Los Angeles Times on policies at the troubled Department of Child and Family Services (DCFS) found repeated and avoidable mistakes may have lead to the deaths of 14 children.