Homeowner's Dog Helps LAPD Capture Pursuit SuspectA wild end to a pursuit in Sun Valley when a man tried to get away by breaking into a home. But he soon found out he chose the wrong house. Greg Mills reports.
La Tuna Canyon Reopens After Large LandslideThe 75-foot wide by 45-foot high landslide occurred in the La Tuna Canyon burn area during last week’s storm.
Hillside Gives Way Off La Tuna CanyonDrenching rains brought down a hillside off La Tuna Canyon Road within an area that was already under evacuation.
SB 5 Freeway Closed After Big Rig Crash Spills Tons Of Cheese, DieselCrates of shredded cheese and fuel spilled across all lanes of the southbound Golden State (5) Freeway after a big rig crashed and caught fire.
Evacuation Orders Lifted For Burbank Neighborhood, Still In Place For La Tuna CanyonA mudslide smashed cars, sparked a gas leak and left several homes without power or water.
FBI Agents Involved In Shooting While Serving WarrantAuthorities say FBI agents were involved in a shooting while executing a search warrant in Los Angeles.
Caught On Video: Freight Train Clips Bus After Collision With CarA collision between a car and an bus pushed the bus onto railroad tracks, where it was later clipped by a freight train, authorities said Monday.
Man Beaten During Sun Valley Home InvasionThe suspects broke in through a window. The victim did not require hospitalization.
5 Freeway In Sun Valley Reopens After Fatal CrashOne person was killed in a fiery four-car crash that included a Los Angeles County sheriff’s patrol car transporting two inmates, shutting down all lanes of the southbound 5 Freeway at the 170.
Weather Cooperating As Crews Make Progress On 7,000-Acre La Tuna FireThe blaze burning in the Verdugo Mountains is 30 percent contained. All mandatory evacuations have been lifted.
La Tuna Fire: Evacuations, Road Closures ListThe La Tuna Fire burning in Sun Valley and into Burbank has blackened 5,895 acres as of Sunday morning.
2 Homes Burned As Sun Valley Blaze Explodes To 5,800 AcresIt is the biggest fire by acreage in the history of the city of Los Angeles.