The City of Los Angeles is cracking down on an organization offering free meals to the hungry amidst resident complaints that the practice is creating a public hazard.
An oil derrick buckled Monday in Huntington Beach, which has forced some residents to evacuate from their homes.
Over 100 Hawthorne residents who were evacuated nearly two weeks ago due to a dangerous methane gas leak began returning to their homes Wednesday, officials said.
Dozens of Hawthorne residents met Saturday evening to share their frustrations at being unable to go home for more than a week due to a dangerous methane gas leak.
Residents who live near the Hollywood sign are becoming increasingly fed up with tourist traffic.
Some Santa Clarita residents were without power Tuesday night after a hit-and-run driver knocked down a power pole, which caused a transformer explosion.
Police are investigating a burning swastika that was placed in the middle of a San Bernardino street early Sunday morning.
The wildfire that destroyed seven homes and threatened the mountain town of Idyllwild was sluggish after a thunderstorm drenched the timberland and settled over the mountains Monday, threatening to trigger mudslides and flash flooding to the freshly burned area.
Authorities Sunday said they were lifting evacuation orders for Idyllwild and Fern Valley as a threat to those communities from the 42-square-mile Mountain Fire had diminished.
Some residents in San Clemente believe an annual Fourth of July office chair race has become a dangerous, drunken free-for-all.
HazMat crews Thursday were responding to a chemical spill in Santa Fe Springs.
Residents of Santa Monica are staying calm despite a recent wave of violence in the quiet seaside community.
Dozens of residents and Memorial Day campers have been forced to evacuate by a surging wildfire in the mountains of Santa Barbara County.
A vandal who has literally keyed in on two streets in Atwater Village, has been marking up cars for several years and has caused several thousands of dollars in damage.
Road traffic is expected to be just as heavy during Memorial Day weekend even though slightly fewer Southern California residents will be on the road, according to the Automobile Club of Southern California.