Scientists are now more certain than ever that oil and gas drilling is causing hundreds upon hundreds of earthquakes across the U.S.
Local health officials are prepared if Ebola hits the Southland after the first confirmed case of the virus was diagnosed in the United States.
Police say an employee of Saint Francis of Rome Church on April 15 discovered a theft of personal check and cash donations from the previous week.
Insurance Information Network of California spokesperson Tully Lehman says often homeowners don’t opt in because premiums are pricey and don’t make long-term financial sense. Others aren’t taking the risk.
A relatively dry winter season has prompted U.S. Forest Service officials to raise the fire danger level for the Angeles National Forest.
A new study shows a connection between the height of a woman and her risk of developing cancer.
Plaintiffs listed in the 81-page fraud suit include 1983 NFL Rookie of the Year Vernon Maxwell and Compton-born and former Chicago Bears defensive back Mike Richardson.
The California prison system’s independent inspector general says the state improperly freed more than 450 dangerous criminals without supervision last year as part of a controversial program designed to reduce prison populations and cut costs.
A diplomat in Vienna says Japan’s radioactive fallout has reached Southern California, but first readings are “about a billion times beneath levels that would be health threatening.”
Officials say jet airliners may be at risk over lithium batteries that are sensitive to heat and could pose an in-flight threat.