North Hollywood Ice Company has been providing ice to residents since 1929, and this heat wave is just increasing business.
The summer heat has forced more bears into foothill communities and backyard pools to beat the heat and find some food.
A Fontana woman was arrested Wednesday for allegedly leaving her son locked inside of a car in the sweltering heat.
The Los Angeles County Department of Parks and Recreation announced Wednesday that all pools will remain open through Sept. 5.
After weeks of mild summertime temperatures, Southern Californians sweltered Tuesday in a heat wave expected to last for days and bring record temperatures to the region.
With temperatures reaching into the triple digits Monday three bears sought relief from the heat in a Pasadena swimming pool.
Triple-digit temperatures across the Southland forced officials to warn residents to stay hydrated and remain inside if possible.
Southern California added the threat of fires and flooding to its misery on Thursday as forecasters predicted continued hot, muggy weather coupled with the chance of thunderstorms.
The third bear sighting in three days was reported in the foothills of the San Gabriel Valley on Wednesday.
An excessive heat warning denoting potentially deadly conditions will be in effect over vast areas of the Southland Wednesday and Thursday as a result of the heat wave gripping the region.
Temperatures again climbed into triple-digit territory in valley areas of the Southland Tuesday.
At least three firefighters suffered heat-related injuries and dozens of residents evacuated their homes after a fire broke out above State Highway 18.
The NBA champion Miami Heat will get to make their sales pitch to Ray Allen. A person familiar with Allen’s plans told The Associated Press that the free-agent shooting guard will visit with Heat officials Thursday. Allen also is scheduled to visit Friday with the Los Angeles Clippers, according to the person who spoke on condition of anonymity because the plans were not announced.
The decision is final: LeBron James made the right call coming to Miami. Finally an NBA champion, it’s all worth it now.
LeBron James scored 29 points and 14 rebounds, and the Miami Heat rallied from a 10-point second-half deficit to beat the Oklahoma City Thunder 91-85 in Game 3 of the NBA Finals on Sunday night.