The mother of a man killed when a helicopter crashed during a shoot for a reality television show has claimed in a wrongful death lawsuit that the aircraft’s operators and producers negligently operated the helicopter.
The city of Torrance is home to the world’s largest civilian helicopter manufacturer.
Authorities Monday identified three men who were killed in a helicopter crash over the weekend.
Rep. Adam Schiff and Sens. Dianne Feinstein and Barbara Boxer Monday introduced legislation that would regulate helicopter traffic over L.A. neighborhoods.
Two Pasadena Police choppers are damaged and six people reportedly injured when the two craft collided Saturday in Altadena.
Authorities said Saturday that they have arrested three people they believe pointed a hand-held laser device at a helicopter in Moreno Valley.
When surveying multi-million dollar estates there’s no better way to get a lay of the land than with Heli-Realtors, who take their high-end clientele on a helicopter ride over the property.
This year’s sequel to a weekend-long shutdown of the 405 Freeway along the Sepulveda Pass may have a slightly different — and less noisy — twist.
A helicopter for a TV news station made an emergency landing in Hollywood after smoke began pouring from the rear of the engine.
A 51-year-old man was arrested early Friday morning after authorities say he aimed a laser at a Orange County Sheriff’s Department helicopter.
San Fernando Valley residents Monday made their concerns heard, telling officials they were tired of hearing low-flying helicopters roar over their homes.
A 23-year-old man has been convicted of pointing laser beams at a Los Angeles police helicopter.
A helicopter crash left one person dead and another with minor injuries Monday in Riverside County.
Residents in the San Fernando Valley will soon get a chance to voice their outrage over the increasingly noisy nuisance of helicopters.
Seven Marines from Camp Pendleton died when two military helicopters collided Wednesday night near Yuma, Ariz., CBS News national security correspondent David Martin reports.