Los Angeles River
A homeless man was rescued Monday morning after being trapped on an island in the Los Angeles River near Griffith Park.
Shelly Backlar, Director of Friends of the LA River, visited the KCAL9 studios Thursday to talk about tThe 23rd Annual La Gran Limpieza: The Great Los Angeles River CleanUp on Saturday from 9AM to Noon at 15 locations.
Authorities Saturday were investigating the shooting death of a man in South Gate.
Looking for some fun in the outdoors without having to leave Los Angeles? Residents can now take a trip down the L.A. River on a kayak.
Residents and drivers in the Studio City area of the San Fernando Valley may have a shorter commute now that the Colfax Bridge has been reopened after two years of construction.
This summer city officials will begin offering canoe and kayak trips along parts of the Los Angeles River, a long maligned waterway that winds through the region as a concrete flood-control channel.
Thousands of cyclists Sunday are taking part in the 11th Annual Los Angeles River Ride, taking riders from Griffith Park all the way to Long Beach.
A woman chasing her wayward pet bird was injured when she fell 20 feet off a concrete wall into a flood control structure on the Los Angeles River.
The body of a man found floating in the Los Angeles River in Long Beach has been identified as that of 25-year-old Rodolfo Remigio.
A man’s body was found Friday in the Los Angeles River in Long Beach, and police were trying to determine if foul play was involved in the death.
Beaches in Long Beach have been closed due to a sewage release into the Los Angeles River.
Several kayakers were stranded Friday at the side of the Los Angeles River and had to be helped up a steep embankment by firefighters.
Fire officials rescue three men from a flood control channel in Long Beach Wednesday.
Health officials are asking the public to stay out of the ocean for at least 72 hours after Wednesday’s rain.
Swift water rescue teams are stationed along a wide swath of the storm-swollen Los Angeles River for possible victims caught up in the swift current.