The nearly 200 dogs rescued from a puppy mill are ready for adoption beginning Monday.
A Coast Guard crew was honored Friday with saving the life of a man who survived seven hours in the water after falling off a fishing boat.
Due to treacherous conditions, it took more than six hours to rescue the students.
Authorities said two Good Samaritans also sprang into action to save the man.
The paramedics — namely Donovan George and Alex Van — sprang into action when a 70-something male passenger passed out and stopped breathing.
The three were hiking and went off trail before becoming stranded on top of a mountain.
Juan Villalobos, 37, was helping his cousin fix the line in the 1500 block of Armseley Square when the dirt collapsed around him around 4:30 p.m. Monday, trapping him up to his waist.
Authorities said the boat was completely submerged
Crews were dispatched to the 17000 block of Sunset Boulevard following a report of a hiker in need of air ambulance transport shortly after 1 p.m., according to department spokesperson Katherine Main.
Six-week-old Muffin was dropped off at the Downey Animal Shelter after being found on the streets. Loren Slama rescued the stray had to be microchipped as part of the process but soon discovered something had gone horribly wrong.
A man, who survived a fiery crash in the Inland Empire on Tuesday morning, is speaking out about the ordeal and the Good Samaritan who rescued him.
Adam Eggers of the U.S. Coast Guard said teams made 26 different missions to find the diver’s body.
Two window washers were rescued Wednesday after being stranded 225-feet above ground for more than three hours.
Animal Control officers caught up with the little buck and tranquilized him.
KCAL9’s Tom Wait reports the mother parked her car at a strip mall at Magnolia and La Sierra avenues and was on her way to a salon with her other children before realizing she had locked the keys in the vehicle and had forgotten her 1-year-old.