Marine Gunnery Sgt. Ronald Clement was not expected to be home from a five-month deployment in Afghanistan for another six weeks, but arrived home early and had a special surprise in store.
A stabbing at Camp Pendleton has left a female Marine lance corporal hospitalized with several stab wounds.
The Marine Corps is investigating the death of an 18-year-old Marine who died while treading water in a swimming pool during a screening test at Camp Pendleton.
The attorney for a man who was awaiting trial in six California homicides says his client died after eating Ajax while in his jail cell.
The four Marines killed Wednesday while clearing unexploded ordnance at California’s Camp Pendleton were bomb removal technicians.
What is causing some marine life along the West Coast to disintegrate and die-off?
A former Marine has been charged with illegally carrying a non-lethal grenade and other military materials in his checked bag at an Orange County airport.
The Marine Corps says 17 people have been punished for placing ads on the Internet seeking sex while they were deployed to Afghanistan.
Three men were formally charged Wednesday with the fatal beating of a Marine reservist outside an Old Town Pasadena restaurant early Monday.
Two men have been booked for murder after an apparent fight inside a restaurant resulted in the death of a Camp Pendleton Marine Reservist.
A former U.S. Marine faced possible felony charges Wednesday after Sheriff’s deputies found a grenade, armor-piercing bullets, and other items in his vehicle, authorities said.
In an exclusive interview with CBS2, a wounded Marine says he was humiliated and singled out by State Capitol security guards and Sacramento Airport TSA.
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — A former Marine who served 24 years in prison after he was wrongfully convicted of murder will be allowed to move forward with his lawsuit against Los Angeles County. A federal […]
A vigil was held on Wednesday for a local U.S. Marine who was killed in a motorcycle accident on Saturday, and his family wants to make the street where he died safer.
The story begins with a Laguna Beach homeowner finding a rusty box filled with memorabilia belonging to a Marine from Orange County.