Californians Thursday dove under desks and tables in an annual earthquake survival drill.
A full-scale mass casulty drill was expected to tie up traffic in the city of West Hollywood, authorities said Wednesday.
Over 1,300 law enforcement and homeland security personnel participated in a counter-terrorism drill in downtown Los Angeles.
Hermosa Beach police say a 49-year-old woman was walking on PCH and Pier Avenue with her 9-year-old niece Saturday evening, when 29-year-old Joel Jimenez, of Castaic, struck her on the buttocks, pulled her hair and started choking her.
The troops will practice an amphibious assault on San Clemente Island and conduct a mock beach invasion at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton.
Thousands of attendees at a Homeland Security conference in downtown Los Angeles Thursday got a first-hand demonstration of how the city would handle a terrorist attack.
First responders participated in a mock disaster drill at a South Bay hospital Friday morning involving a fake bombing.
Officials from multiple public safety and emergency agencies converged on Los Angeles International Airport Wednesday for a major disaster drill.
First responders from across Los Angeles County are practicing for the “big one” Thursday in a drill designed to measure the response to a magnitude-7.8 earthquake.
The drill is expected to test residents’ response to an emergency in a neighborhood that has only one major roadway by asking them to actually vacate the canyon.
If you notice a heavy military presence around downtown Los Angeles this week, don’t be alarmed — it’s only a drill.
A Field Poll finds voter support dwindling for the building of more nuclear power plants in California, but a majority believes the state’s existing plants are safe.
As Japan struggles with the nuclear aftermath of its major quake and tsunami, local emergency personnel here in the Southland are training for a similar type of emergency.
When it comes to being prepared for “The Big One”, California is ready for its close-up.