Hundreds of electronic highway signs were being activated Tuesday to urge drivers in Southern California and statewide to conserve water.
Despite last month’s earthquake in Baja California, which caused the collapse of a major toll road, the state’s tourism industry wants vacationers to know they can still visit its seaside cities.
The CHP has identified the man killed in a motorcycle crash in Lake Elsinore on Saturday.
A tanker truck with approximately 10,000 gallons of fuel has overturned in San Bernardino County, authorities said Friday.
The California Highway Patrol Friday evening began escorting drivers over the Grapevine section of Interstate 5.
For the first time in three years, the California Highway Patrol is looking for a new class of recruits.
A wildfire burning in San Bernardino County left a portion of a state highway closed on Thursday.
A woman, who was reported missing over the weekend, was rescued Monday morning after her vehicle tumbled down an embankment from the Angeles Forest Highway.
As part of a $161 million highway widening project in the northwest San Fernando Valley, portions of the Golden State (5) Freeway in the area will be closed Monday night and the next three nights.
A trio of crosses erected along a Southland freeway may be moved to a new home after being uprooted after a citizen’s complaint to transit officials.
Here are some tips to help you survive the upcoming 53-hour 405 closure this weekend.
An Inland Empire man faces felony charges of child endangerment after he allegedly let an 11-year-old boy drive alone on a freeway.
A truck carrying hay twice lost part of its load on a mountain highway in Idyllwild Friday, halting traffic for several hours the California Highway Patrol reported.
A bear possibly hunting for a mate wandered onto a Canadian highway and ended up causing a collision that left the bear and two people dead.
A seven-mile section of state Route 2 between La Canada Flintridge and the Angeles Forest Highway will be reopened on Friday after being closed since January.