A California appeals court has struck down a state law that requires the collection of DNA from anyone arrested on suspicion of committing a felony.
A water polo team at a high school in Chino reportedly found one of their players at the bottom of a pool during a match Thursday.
A Craigslist ad led investigators Thursday to a Santa Ana garage, where they seized up to $10,000 in illegal fireworks.
City prosecutors are expected to halt efforts to appeal a court ruling that prevents the removal of shopping carts and other items left behind by transients on streets in downtown Los Angeles.
Tim Mullen says his Golden Retriever, Garth, helped him to escape his latest brush with death Monday night when he was alone at a relative’s home.
A woman filed a suit Monday against the promoters of a Jay-Z concert and the Staples Center after she reportedly suffered a seizure when she was forced to leave her handicapped-reserved seat.
Authorities announced a major weapons bust in the Inland Empire Thursday.
Chris Brown’s publicist says the singer has suffered a seizure brought on by intense fatigue and extreme emotional stress.
Kelly Osbourne was rushed to the hospital Thursday after she suffered a seizure while filming E!’s “Fashion Police,” according to “Entertainment Tonight.”
Two men have been arrested following the discovery of a marijuana cultivation operation inside a commercial building in San Bernardino.
Authorities say a driver was arrested at a checkpoint in Indio on Friday after U.S. Border Patrol agents seized about 23 pounds of methamphetamine.
A cache of 4,000 pounds of illegal fireworks worth at least $10,000 was seized from a business in unincorporated East Los Angeles, and its 34-year-old landlord was arrested, authorities said Tuesday.
A fire alarm tipped off authorities last week to a large marijuana growing operation at a home in Monterey Park, officials said.
The DMV has allegedly revoked the driver’s license of an L.A. County Sheriff’s deputy who caused a deadly crash when he blacked out at the wheel, authorities reported.
When does too much “stuff” pose a public threat? That’s the question facing city officials after another death on Skid Row.