An animal rights group has sued the University of California, Los Angeles, for refusing to release records on its use of primates in lab experiments.
KNX1070′s Tom Reopelle reports the owner agreed to move her dogs from a back room but somehow a pit bull got loose and attacked the detective and an FBI agent in the backyard.
One man and 14 teens were arrested Wednesday for burglary and trespassing after they allegedly broke into a La Habra Heights home, threw a party and caused more than $1 million in damage.
Ashlyn Gardner and her brother Landon were in a crosswalk on Banyan Street and East Avenue, a block away from Etiwanda Colony Elementary, when the pickup hit them at approximately 3 p.m. Wednesday.
Lancaster Vice-Mayor Marvin Crist held a forum in the city on Wednesday, when residents gathered to debate the project.
KCAL9′s Amy Johnson reports temperatures could plummet tonight in Santa Paula, where Leslie Leavens is a fourth-generation farmer.
Manas Moole Reddy, of Irvine, was arrested on Nov. 18 after a UCI student alerted camputs police to a man clutching a firearm in an open bag on campus.
Officers arrived to the residence at the 43000 block of Mesa Street on Wednesday to serve the warrant when the suspect ran back inside his home.
The measure includes a requirement that drillers disclose the chemicals they use in the process of hydraulic fracturing.
Two men were jailed Thursday night following an undercover investigation by Long Beach police that resulted in the confiscation of 12 pounds of drugs, $118,000 in cash and nine firearms.
The defendant has been sentenced to six years in county jail and four years probation.
Multiple adult flies and larvae have been detected on properties within a 130-square-mile quarantine zone, California Department of Food and Agriculture officials said.
The blaze, which broke out last Wednesday, burned 20,292 and caused injury to 11 firefighters and one civilian and destroyed 48 structures.
No one matched all six numbers in Saturday’s Powerball draw and the estimated jackpot for next Wednesday is $400 million.
Court records show 27-year-old Karen “Gary” Kazaryan of Glendale has agreed to plead guilty to one count each of identity theft and unauthorized access of a protected computer.