Though most of its victims are thousands of miles away, the Ebola virus is having a profound impact in Southern California. With plans by the Liberian government to open more than two dozen treatment centers within the next few months, locals like David Beyan are working tirelessly to gather supplies.
Los Angeles County is creating a task force to recommend ways of closing a battery recycling plant after elevated lead levels were found in the soil at 39 surrounding homes and a school.
The task force was created in November to oversee federal efforts to guard against droughts, floods, wildfires and storms related to climate change, according to officials.
Authorities say at least four suspects were arrested in connection with the theft of several high-end vehicles, including a $200,000 Dodge Challenger Super Bird.
Jordon Bresyn was taken into custody last Friday for child annoyance of a female 13 years or younger, communicating with a minor online and arranging to meet a minor for a lewd act.
California Attorney General Kamala Harris met with a new statewide taskforce of district attorneys Friday to study ways to reduce gun violence and enforce existing law.
More than $115,000 worth of stolen plastic products have been recovered at two Southland locations, authorities announced Thursday.
Even in a down economy, the price of plastic continues to soar – and commercial burglaries along with it.
California state officials are planning to launch a task force to improve oversight of scrap metal recyclers.
A red-haired female — who may have lured an El Camino Real High School soccer player to his death — was being called a person of interest Saturday.
Authorities have announced the arrests of three people suspected of stealing nearly $250,000 worth of plastic products.
The Los Angeles Police Department have made 110 arrests in connection with cold cases in a matter of months. LAPD Chief Charlie Beack said it has been a remarkable turnaround that was made possible because of a special task force and grant money provided by the federal government.
The FBI says two fugitives wanted in separate murder cases in Southern California were arrested in Mexico this week and returned to the United States.
Seventeen members of five Asian gangs were arrested Wednesday in early morning raids at 47 locations.
About 200 people walked out of a meeting by a federal government task force Monday in protest over a program that gives immigration officials access to the fingerprints of arrestees.