A shooting at a San Fernando Valley convalescent home Wednesday that left one person injured may have been an apparent mercy killing, police said.
One man and 14 teens were arrested Wednesday for burglary and trespassing after they allegedly broke into a La Habra Heights home, threw a party and caused more than $1 million in damage.
Two adults and 10 children were displaced Tuesday after a fire destroyed their San Bernardino County home.
Detectives Tuesday were investigating the suspicious deaths of two people in Ventura County.
High school students in Lancaster plan to build a 27-year-old disabled Iraq war veteran a new house from the ground up.
It’s long been the home of celebrities, white sandy beaches and some of the most picturesque views in all of Southern California – and now a new report says it’s the most expensive place to live in the United States.
The Orange County Board of Supervisors was expected to vote Tuesday on an ordinance that would fine and potentially jail parents who knowingly allow alcohol to be served to kids at their homes.
An Antelope Valley home where convicted serial rapist Christopher Hubbart was slated to relocate upon his release is reportedly no longer an option, it was announced Friday.
Authorities are asking the public to be on the lookout for a 12-year-old San Gabriel girl who has been missing since Wednesday.
Police Thursday were looking for a driver who lost control of his vehicle while on the Harbor Freeway and crashed into the back of a home.
A car flew over the side of the 110 Freeway in downtown Los Angeles Wednesday night and crashed into the yard of a home.
The Alhambra Police Department Tuesday continued their investigation into a hate crime and vandalization at the home of an African American family.
Women gathered at the inaugural “MomFair” Thursday in Culver City, where expert speakers shared tips on how to balance a nine-to-five with full-time motherhood.
Over 100 Hawthorne residents who were evacuated nearly two weeks ago due to a dangerous methane gas leak began returning to their homes Wednesday, officials said.
A $1 billion program to distribute iPads to LAUSD students was under increased scrutiny Wednesday after reports that some devices were hacked for non-school-related purposes.