They were among the 35 Californians who have been diagnosed with West Nile in 2014, according to health officials. Sixteen of the cases were reported to the state this week.
Someone is taking out peacocks in the city of Rolling Hills Estates – and residents are divided over whether that’s a good thing.
Retired Sgt. Alan Atkins says he’s been handling one funeral after the next as head of the small non-profit, and the sudden deaths have shaken the community.
Los Angeles is the second deadliest city in the nation for pedestrians, according to the National Highway Safety Administration.
CBS2’s Lisa Sigell reports doctors are once again urging Southland residents to get vaccinated, with the total number of flu-related deaths in L.A. County now at 52.
California health officials say 147 people in the state have died from the flu this season.
Flu deaths in California have increased by 50, bringing the total to 95 for the season so far, the state Department of Public Health announced Friday.
Authorities are accusing a Hemet man of murdering his 5-year-old daughter, his wife (the girl’s step-mother) as well as slashing the throat of a third adult female — an acquaintance — Saturday evening.
San Diego County has seen a nearly 22 percent increase in the number of deaths linked to prescription drug abuse in the last five years, according to a county report.
Fire officials sought to raise public awareness of heat-related deaths in Los Angeles County amid a late summer heatwave.
Authorities Saturday were investigating the discovery of two bodies inside a recently foreclosed home in Riverside County.
The families of two women who were fatally electrocuted following a crash in Valley Village last year have sued the city of Los Angeles and the Department of Water and Power (DWP).
The Los Angeles County coroner’s office says death is “imminent” for one woman hospitalized following a deadly shooting rampage in Santa Monica.
Federal officials are declaring an “unusual mortality event” after hundreds of California sea lion pups have become stranded in Southern California
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.