Rancho Palos Verdes
The city of Rancho Palos Verdes is moving forward with a plan to curb what officials are calling a peafowl population explosion.
“Ricky at some point said ‘I can’t swim, I’m tired.’ And he was wearing his cross. And he just held on to his cross.”
Los Angeles County authorities have arrested a doctor they say wrote prescriptions for painkillers and other drugs to an undercover agent who showed him an X-ray of a dog.
Richard Kaufman was hiking in the hills above Encino when he stumbled upon a sign that made his eyes pop.
Man Found Guilty Of First-Degree Murder For Throwing 4-Year-Old Daughter Off Rancho Palos Verdes Cliff
A third jury found a man guilty of first-degree murder Wednesday for throwing his 4-year-old daughter off a 120-foot cliff in Rancho Palos Verdes in an effort to avoid paying child support.
A 50-year-old man was in custody Wednesday for allegedly altering company records to hide over payments that he collected.
Three missing boaters were found safe Monday morning after their engine died and were stranded overnight on board their 17-foot vessel.
A teenager from New Jersey swam the channel between Catalina Island and mainland California Monday and is well on her way to becoming the youngest person in history to complete three major open-water swims.
Rescue crews Friday recovered what officials are calling the oldest victim in history.
Residents told KCAL9’s Rachel Kim they’re dying for the funerals to move.
Officials say Joseph Sanchez of Long Beach drowned Wednesday after he went cliff diving into the surging waters near Inspiration Point.
A recovery operation continued Thursday for a 19-year-old Long Beach man who drowned at Abalone Cove.
Officials confirm a 19-year-old Long Beach man drowned Wednesday while swimming with his friends in choppy water off Rancho Palos Verdes.
A meeting was being held Wednesday to determine the fate of the Stars and Stripes that proudly fly at the Trump National Golf Course.
KCAL9’s Kevin Takumi reports Los Angeles County lifeguards swam the group out to a boat after they were unable to return to a safe path as the tide came in.