Two suspects are facing assault charges Monday while two of three U.S. Marines, who were injured in a street fight over the weekend, remain hospitalized.
A Southern California Marine base has suffered more deaths from incidents including car crashes and suicides in the last seven years than war fatalities, a newspaper investigation showed on Monday.
Four Marines were killed Wednesday during a range maintenance operation, according to the U.S. Marine Corps.
A group known as Team Rubicon started as an idea by two former Marines who wanted to help with relief efforts in earthquake-ravaged Haiti in January 2010.
Fierce winds stoked several small fires across Southern California on Saturday, forcing 260 residents and hospital patients to evacuate the Marine Corps’ Camp Pendleton causing a key freeway junction to shut down and damaging cars and homes.
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 mother is speaking out about the former Marines convicted of murdering her daughter and son-in-law in a home invasion robbery in French Valley in 2008.
Three Marines were convicted Wednesday for the first-degree murders of a young sergeant and his bride during a home invasion robbery at the couple’s French Valley residence.
The U.S. Marine Corps is set to begin cracking down on binge drinking at Camp Pendleton and at bases across the country.
Prosecutors say a 25-year-old man stationed at California’s Camp Pendleton has been charged with the drunken-driving deaths of three of his fellow Marines.
A 23-year-old man was sentenced Friday to life in prison for killing someone in his group of friends who didn’t want to join the gang they were in.
A new sports bar is creating a stir in the family-friendly city of Downey.
Award-winning filmmaker Steven C. Barber is releasing a new documentary Memorial Day. “Until They Are Home”, a sequel to his “Return To Tarawa”, focuses on the search for the remains of U.S. Marines killed in the World War II battle of Tarawa.
An investigation has uncovered the cause of a deadly helicopter crash at Camp Pendleton last year.
A federal judge ruled Friday that the U.S. military has the right to respond to comments that Sgt. Gary Stein posted online.