Not a day goes by that Colleen Turbyfill doesn’t think of her son, his death as real and raw now as it was three months ago when the former Marine and 18 of his colleagues died battling a lightning-sparked wildfire in Arizona.
The price of gasoline nationwide exceeded $3 per gallon for the 1000th consecutive day Tuesday, according to a report released by AAA.
Scientists are warning tsunami events both near and far could have a devastating impact on the Southland.
A small plane made a crash landing on a Rancho Palos Verdes beach Friday.
Officials are warning a steady decline in passenger traffic at Ontario International Airport (ONT) could put the struggling facility beyond the point of recovery, according to a report Monday.
The city Police Commission Tuesday will review the results of a Los Angeles Police Department report that found that the 2009 termination of Christopher Dorner was justified.
Teacher training schools at several Southland colleges may be hardly worth attending, according to a new study released Tuesday.
The alleged gunman in the Santa Monica shooting rampage died of multiple gunshot wounds fired by police, the Los Angeles County Coroner said.
A consumer advocacy group says new documents show that officials were aware of dangerous arsenic emissions and leaky pipes releasing hazardous waste into the soil before ordering Exide Technologies to suspend operations in April.
A new report, released to the public Tuesday, alleges that the Los Angeles Unified School District covered up sexual abuse claims about a fourth grade teacher.
The Los Angeles Police Department is reminding the public Thursday of a website designed for residents to report suspicious activity or behavior in wake of the Boston Marathon bombings.
Los Angeles County’s top health official says free meningococcal vaccines will be offered to low-income and uninsured residents following a recent death in West Hollywood.
One in three American seniors die with a form of dementia, according to a new report from the Alzheimer’s Association.
Slow but steady job growth in California and across the United States will likely improve the Southland job market within two years, according to an economic forecast released Wednesday.
A streak of light that apparently sparked several reports across Southern California was not considered to be an public threat, according to fire officials.