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.
Amid a sharp uptick in the number of patients being treated for flu-like symptoms, one Mission Viejo doctor said Friday he has seen several that were already vaccinated.
A growing coyote presence in Orange County will be among the issues discussed by the Huntington Beach City Council on Monday.
The high-caffeine shot, 5-hour Energy has been linked to more than 13 deaths since 2009.
A Rowland Heights doctor accused in the prescription-drug-overdose deaths of three men pleaded not guilty on Friday.
U.S. health officials reported Wednesday three times the usual number of West Nile cases for this time of year and one expert called it “one of the largest” outbreaks since the virus appeared in this country in 1999.
Prosecutors are calling for the death penalty for an arsonist convicted of causing five deaths during a 2003 Southern California wildfire.
Transit officials have created a special task force to find out why there are so many accidents and suicides involving Blue Line trains.
California’s law banning drivers from using handheld cell phones is saving lives. That’s according to a U.C. Berkeley study.
You won’t be hearing the ubiquitous jingle for the popular “Lap Band” and 1-800-GET-THIN weight loss advertisements any more.
The CEO of a multinational pharmaceutical company wants California’s top attorney to review the investigation into the deaths of his son and girlfriend.
The owner of a Coronado mansion that was the scene of two death investigations is speaking publicly for the first time.
Three people have been found, reportedly shot to death, inside a vehicle in the Valencia area.
The state auditor of California said on Monday the troubled Department of Children and Family Services is illegally shielding its records after county supervisors defied a subpoena.
A new study ranks Riverside-San Bernardino region as the fifth-most dangerous place in the U.S. for pedestrians to cross the street.