Four people were killed and another hospitalized early Saturday after a single-vehicle crash in San Clemente. Officials say alcohol and speed were factors in the collision.
UCLA receiver Nick Pasquale was drunk when he was struck by a car and killed in San Clemente in September, authorities said Friday.
Several people were hospitalized Thursday when a big-rig crashed through a freeway median and slammed into multiple vehicles in San Clemente.
A 51-year-old man who used to teach math at a San Clemente middle school was sentenced Friday to eight years in prison for sexually assaulting one of his students, according to court documents.
Sheriff’s deputies in Orange County are asking for the public’s help in finding a 46-year-old man who has been missing for a week.
A memorial service will be held Sunday for UCLA receiver Nick Pasquale, who was struck and killed by a car last weekend.
The UCLA Bruins and Nebraska Huskers observed a moment of silence in honor of UCLA football player Nick Pasquale, who died last Sunday.
The Border Patrol says its agents have found more than nine tons of marijuana worth an estimated $14.7 million when they inspected a truck at the San Clemente checkpoint.
The operator of the San Onofre nuclear power plant is defending its closure to customers who may wind up paying hundreds of millions of dollars in shutdown costs.
A San Clemente man was sentenced to nearly 22 years in federal prison on Monday for conspiring to sell pot out of nine illegal marijuana stores in Los Angeles and Orange counties.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. will fight Southern California Edison’s allegations of gross negligence in the design and manufacture of steam tubes built for the San Onofre nuclear power plant, which has been permanently shut down due to excessive wear in the tubes.
Southern California Edison says it is seeking to hold Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. and Mitsubishi Nuclear Energy Systems liable for defective steam generators that forced the closure of the San Onofre nuclear power plant.
Some residents in San Clemente believe an annual Fourth of July office chair race has become a dangerous, drunken free-for-all.
A van crash survivor was reunited Wednesday with the rescuers and the nurse who helped save his life last month.
One local woman is on a mission to figure out who previously owned a Bible she recently purchased from a San Clemente bookstore.