Less than a week ago, it was snowing throughout much of Southern California. On Tuesday, people needed sunblock.
Orange County Fire Authority Capt. said the hiker called for help around 4:40 p.m. Monday.
Two cabins were destroyed as brush fires burned in Holy Jim Canyon Wednesday night, authorities said.
An Orange County neighborhood that was ordered to take down its elaborate Christmas light display has won a dazzling victory.
Some South Orange County residents are fighting back after the county threatened to fine them if they did not remove their Christmas lights, which authorities say are a safety hazard.
Authorities Tuesday said a 52-year-old man arrested on suspicion of sexually abusing four children may have other possible victims.
The Orange County Fire Authority has decided that two teens rescued from the mountains of Trabuco Canyon are liable for costs to bring them to safety.
Nic Cendoya’s arraignment was postponed Wednesday, but 20-year-old Nick Papageorge says his medical bills could cost $350,000.
Although Orange County Supervisor Todd Spitzer wants two hikers who were rescued from Trabuco Canyons last month to pay for the cost of their rescue, it seems that he doesn’t have the votes after a private meeting with the rest of the board.
A 19-year-old man who got lost with his friend in Trabuco Canyon in Orange County is facing a drug charge after authorities reportedly found methamphetamine in his car during the massive, days-long search for the pair.
The high-profile rescue of two teenaged hikers in Trabuco Canyon over Easter weekend was successful, but it was not cheap.
Southland runners and spectators who survived the Boston Marathon bombings returned home Tuesday with stories of near-misses and heroism.
The 18-year-old hiker who got lost with her friend in Trabuco Canyon in Orange County last weekend said she doesn’t remember much and hallucinated most of the time during her five-day ordeal.
Rescued hiker Nicolas Cendoya was discharged from Mission Hospital on Sunday after being treated for injuries sustained during the three days he spent in the Cleveland National Forest.
Michael Leum, the Reserve Chief of Search and Rescue for the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, appeared on KCAL9 News on Saturday morning to discuss the recent rescue of teen hiker Kyndall Jack and offer hiking safety tips.