School administrators in San Bernardino County Friday said 21 high school football players have been suspended due to hazing allegations.
Police arrested a 25-year-old man from Chino Hills after he reportedly rear-ended and killed a bicyclist Saturday in Pomona.
A high school basketball star was rushed to the hospital Wednesday after hitting his head while skateboarding.
CHINO HILLS (CBSLA.com) — Firefighters from the Chino Valley Fire District Sunday rescued a stray cat that was trapped inside of a six-inch drainpipe. The cat had crawled more than 40 feet into the pipe, and managed to […]
UC Santa Barbara student Katie Cooper is being remembered fondly by those who knew her best, including her sorority sisters, who investigators say were targeted by 22-year-old gunman Elliot Roger.
A Chino Hills man faced animal cruelty charges Thursday after he was allegedly caught on camera beating his dog in the backyard of his home, according to an animal rights group.
Hundreds of family and friends gathered Wednesday in Chino Hills to remember a UC Santa Barbara student who was killed when a gunman opened fire in Isla Vista.
Friends and a former teacher of one of the victims killed in the UCSB shooting are speaking out, sharing memories and insight as to the type of person she was.
A homeowner Friday afternoon recounted his encounter with the suspect killed in a deputy-involved shooting in Chino Hills.
A man was fatally shot by deputies Friday morning after he allegedly broke into a San Bernardino County home.
A Southern California man who set fires during a night of violence that followed a Huntington Beach surfing contest has been sentenced to a dozen days in jail.
A Southland Assemblyman is calling for an investigation into the LAUSD’s purchase of iPads for all students.
A large-scale marijuana growing operation was discovered Monday after firefighters responded to a San Bernardino County residential fire.
Federal authorities have searched the office of a doctor suspected of prescribing Vicodin and other painkillers to patients who had no medical need for them.
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday was considering stronger regulations for so-called maternity hotels where women come from abroad to give birth.