A Palmdale couple charged with capital murder in the beating death of the woman’s 8-year-old son will face the death penalty, prosecutors said Wednesday.
Detectives sought the public’s help Tuesday in identifying the owner of a ladies’ opal cocktail ring, believed to have been stolen during a recent string of burglaries in the Palmdale area.
An Antelope Valley mother was confronted with the image of would-be burglars on security video during an attempted break-in, and she needs the public’s help to identify the man.
Authorities were asking for the public’s help Monday in locating a 27-year-old mother from the Palmdale area who went missing late last month.
A disabled Southern California veteran has received a brand-new house in Palmdale built by a nonprofit.
With National Mini Golf Day coming up on September 21, 2011 this is the perfect time to take the kids for some family fun at one of Los Angeles’ best miniature golf courses.
Deputies Wednesday announced the arrest of two men in connection with the murder of a Lancaster woman in 1978.
In this potential “new age of aviation”, aircraft would be far less reliant on fossil fuels, while improving performance and greatly reducing noise.
Leonard and Helen Hagberg left the home, located in the 200 block of Taos Place, around 11 p.m., according to a spokesperson for the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department.
A $75 payout on a $75,000 “winning” lottery ticket was due to a misunderstanding and not fraud, California Lottery officials said Thursday.
Palmdale is changing its voting system to settle a lawsuit that claimed its at-large method discriminated against black and Hispanic voters.
Surveillance video shows a decoy “winning” lottery ticket for $75,000 was paid out for just $75 at a Chevron store, where the California Lottery conducted an undercover investigation March 25. The store manager speaks with CBS2/KCAL9.
Prosecutors are seeking to revoke the release of a serial rapist whose residence in a rural neighborhood has upset a remote Southern California desert community.
A judge on Friday approved a hearing for later this month to determine if Hubbart — currently living in a private home in Lake Los Angeles — should go back to a state mental hospital.
At the request of Los Angeles County prosecutors, a Santa Clara County judge agreed Friday to consider revoking the release of a serial rapist who has been living in an unincorporated area near Palmdale since last summer.