A false report about a man reportedly trapped inside a trash truck in downtown Los Angeles caused some traffic tie-ups Friday morning, authorities said.
Security video footage shows a man parking right in front of the Ochoa family’s house shortly after 2 a.m. Saturday morning. That’s when Lisa Ochoa sprang into action.
Metrolink ridership is down nearly 600,000 passengers since 2008, the Los Angeles Times reported.
A Santa Clarita woman faced possible jail time Tuesday for calling in a false police report following an apparent dispute with her mother-in-law, authorities said.
After he was handcuffed, Jorge Azucena, 26, told officers he couldn’t breathe and had asthma.
A memo released Wednesday purportedly shows LAPD Chief Charlie Beck’s signature approving a deal for the department to buy a horse from his daughter, who is also an LAPD officer, according to a report.
Officials with the city of Santa Ana say they reject the findings of a report that claims residents in the Orange County city are the biggest water wasters in California.
The LAPD Pacific Division was on the scene in the 3600 block of Overland Avenue after authorities received a call around noon on Thursday about a man pointing a gun at fellow employees.
Los Angeles County beaches lead the state in poor water quality, according to Heal the Bay’s 24th annual Beach Report Card.
A new report highlights both exemplary police work as well as communication issues during last year’s manhunt for accused cop killer Christopher Dorner.
Southern California is back at the top of the list for having the worst air pollution in the country.
Forty-three high school students and three adult chaperones were on a bus traveling from Los Angeles for a tour of Humboldt University when the bus was struck by a FedEx tractor trailer on April 10.
Metro officials Thursday unanimously voted to extend the successful toll lane program on the 10 and 110 freeways.
The Los Angeles County Blue Ribbon Commission on Child Protection Tuesday requested a major overhaul of the county’s child welfare system stating it is “in crisis”.
California is the top target in the U.S. for international criminal enterprises that operate from safe havens in Eastern Europe, Africa and China, according to a report released Thursday.