Several vehicles were on fire at a wrecking yard in Wilmington Wednesday afternoon.
Authorities Friday said one person was killed and a second injured in a collision involving two vehicles and a school bus in Pico Rivera.
A California district attorney has reached a $16 million settlement with Toyota Motor Corp. over a safety recall of vehicles that were at risk for unintended acceleration.
Police are asking for the public’s help Wednesday in identifying three suspects who allegedly involved in a series of auto burglaries.
Four people have been temporarily displaced following an overnight fire in Pasadena that caused an estimated $200,000 in damage.
A CBS2 investigation found some Caltrans employees using Caltrans trucks rented with taxpayer money for their own personal use.
Five people — two of them children — were injured Saturday in a two-vehicle crash in Los Angeles, a city fire official said.
Police are trying to track down vandals who destroyed the paint on more than a dozen vehicles after splashing paint thinner on them in a San Bernardino County neighborhood.
A six-month CBS2 News investigation into odometer fraud uncovered cars that may have had their miles turned back before ending up at some of the biggest car dealerships in Los Angeles.
A fire damaged dozens of vehicles in an apartment complex carport just one day before Thanksgiving.
LOS ANGELES (CBS)— The Automobile Club of Southern California revealed its 2011 Top Ten “Green” Vehicles list Monday in its just-released 2011 Green Car Guide. Auto Club’s Automotive Research Center Manager Steve Mazor said 62 cars were […]
Roughly 150,000 vehicles are being recalled to verify that their steering shafts and transmission linkage were installed properly.
A state panel has slashed the amount of money California taxpayers will spend to keep legislators on the road.
California lawmakers are taking a step toward enacting what would be the nation’s first law forcing rental car companies to pull recalled vehicles off the road.
Toyota Motor Corp. is recalling 2.17 million vehicles in the United States to address accelerator pedals that could become entrapped in floor mats or jammed in carpeting.