A young adult male who was unable to tell police who he is or where he lived has been reunited with his family, officials said Sunday.
Authorities Tuesday were investigating the deaths of a man and a woman.
A Coast Guard crew was honored Friday with saving the life of a man who survived seven hours in the water after falling off a fishing boat.
The body of a man was found early Wednesday morning on a road in El Monte.
Police sought the public’s help Friday in identifying three men who may have information about who set a homeless man on fire in Ventura.
Detectives Monday were continuing their investigation into the fatal shooting of a 23-year-old man in the South Bay.
A man was in extremely critical condition Friday after being shocked while trying to steal copper wiring.
The wife of a missing Palm Desert man pleaded for the public’s help Monday in finding her husband.
Los Angeles County prosecutors said 61-year-old Earl Duane Williams was also charged Friday with kidnapping to commit another crime, lewd act upon a child and criminal threats.
A pedestrian was fatally struck Monday morning on the Long Beach (710) Freeway.
Augustine Macias left home the morning of November 20 in the area of Tapo Street and Los Angeles Avenue for his daily walk but never returned, according to the Simi Valley Police Department.
Police did not give a cause of death.
Sixty-eight-year-old Michael Hanline’s wrongful conviction is the latest case successfully taken on by the California Innocence Project.
The man is believed to be armed.
Augustine Macias, 74, left home Thursday morning for his daily walk in the area of Tapo Street and Los Angeles Avenue.