San Fernando Valley
A woman suffered serious injuries after falling down an embankment while hiking in May Canyon on Saturday morning, authorities said.
The Los Angeles City Council was expected Friday to hear a plan to increase penalties for deadly street racing and hit-and-run crashes.
An advertising company has been utilizing drones experimentally to monitor cellular and Wi-Fi signals across the San Fernando Valley, according to a new report.
A spokesperson for the agency says Christopher Druschel, 33, was originally wanted for reckless driving in Northridge before leading CHP and LAPD officers on a high-speed chase, reaching speeds of more than 115 mph on the northbound 14 Freeway.
Retired seniors in one San Fernando Valley neighborhood were treated Friday to an early Valentine’s Day gift.
A suspect was found dead in a truck Wednesday following a pursuit and standoff in the San Fernando Valley.
Power was being restored Sunday to tens of thousands of people who lost electricity in Southern California after fierce Santa Ana winds gusting as much as 89 mph toppled trees and power poles.
A violent registered sex offender is on the run Tuesday after his GPS anklet was found abandoned.
A 29-year-old man remained in custody Friday for allegedly dealing various drugs in Simi Valley and the San Fernando Valley.
Journalist and blogger Michael Schneider stopped by KCAL9 Friday to tell viewers how to get involved in the 9th Annual Great Los Angeles Walk.
Five former performers who contracted HIV while working in the adult-film industry over the past decade will host a news conference Friday to propose a statewide ballot measure that will require condom use for adult films shot in California.
A film shoot scheduled to roll out this weekend in Valley Village has triggered an outcry from residents in the predominately Jewish neighborhood because it falls on their faith’s holiest day of the year.
Authorities say there has been a spike in the number of mosquitos testing positive for West Nile Virus in the San Fernando Valley.
Security video footage shows a man parking right in front of the Ochoa family’s house shortly after 2 a.m. Saturday morning. That’s when Lisa Ochoa sprang into action.
A woman whose sister and parents became victims of a serial killer is speaking out about a tragic event no 18-year-old ever expects to face.