The nearly 200 dogs rescued from a Lucerne Valley home are ready for adoption beginning Monday.
Authorities are asking Rancho Cucamonga residents to be aware of a scam artist who is pretending to be a sheriff’s deputy.
A former Ontario police officer face charges Friday of having a sexual relationship with a 17-year-old girl he met while on duty.
A private dance instructor is in custody on suspicion of molesting a child and detectives believe he may have more victims, authorities said Monday.
Deputies believe the cause of Osteen’s disappearance is due to suffering from dementia.
Bricia Contreras thought her son, Ramiro, was going to a friend’s house for a sleepover this weekend. But the 15-year-old never came home. Contreas later learned her son had died at a two-story home, in an upscale Rancho Cucamonga neighborhood, around 4 a.m. Sunday. Neighbors described it as a teen party house lacking parental supervision.
Southland residents were greeted Sunday by gusty northeasterly winds that brought down branches and palm fronds at beaches, and reached tropical storm strength in some canyons.
Detectives sought the public’s help Friday in locating a commercial forklift that was recently stolen from a job site.
Authorities are investigating a report of bomb threat at Etiwanda High School Thursday that turned out to be false.
A wrong-way driver was dead Wednesday after his vehicle collided head-on with a big rig on the I-15 in the Inland Empire.
When the Mendenhall-Mahoney family moved in, the tower was cramped, but they made it work.
Authorities on Monday continued to investigate the death of a Hesperia resident who was found in his vehicle on the 210 Freeway this weekend.
All lanes of the Westbound 210 Freeway remained closed Sunday after a man died of injuries sustained on the freeway last night.
In the episode, Kiley plays a homeless man who asks for various drugs. The script also contained graphic sexual content.
Parents were shocked when they discovered a novel with erotic dialogue was being checked out and read by their children in their middle school’s library.