Police have confronted and killed three men in two days in West Covina, Lancaster and San Diego.
Crews responded Monday morning to a 10-acre brush fire moving uphill toward West Covina homes.
Police say the suspects knocked on the door of Bill Berger’s West Covina home May 30, stealing the 93-year-old’s safe from his master bedroom.
CBS2’s Kristine Lazar introduces us to “Rec,” a fearless police dog who’s taking a bite out of crime.
SKY9 was overhead as police pursued a burglary and stolen vehicle suspect traveling on surface streets in San Dimas and Claremont around 3:40 p.m.
Ian Lee Armas’ heartbroken mother addressed a large crowd at the candlelit gathering in memory of her son, a high school sophomore.
Two former Covina-Valley Unified School District teachers pleaded not guilty Wednesday to felony sex charges in connection with a San Clemente camping trip involving underage students, alcohol and drugs.
A Baldwin Park man was arrested on charges of felony drunken driving and vehicular manslaughter after a Friday night crash that killed a passenger in his car, West Covina police said Saturday.
Sheena Minaya says her beloved grandmother, the woman who she happily spoiled her and her relatives, was on her way home from the hospital when the unthinkable happened.
Police in West Covina on Sunday arrested a Rialto man who they said had a probation violation before discovering he also had 28 grams of meth hidden in his buttocks.
The victim was bound, beaten, robbed, tasered and sodomized with a curling iron.
Concerns ranged from student and teacher interaction through social media, to the recent arrest of several teachers within the school district.
West Covina police hope a photo will help lead them to a driver suspected of plowing into a pedestrian and fleeing the scene.
The victim was struck by a light colored Jeep Grand Cherokee.
An 18-year-old man has filed a lawsuit alleging that he was attacked by his art teacher, Scott Stragier, while in ceramics class.