Two World War II grenades were found Thursday morning in a shed behind a San Fernando Valley home.
As part of a historic effort to learn more about the long-term effects of radiation, doctors in Torrance are working with local survivors of the atomic bombings of Japan in World War II.
Military medals – including a Purple Heart – lost for nearly 70 years were returned to a decorated veteran’s Thousand Oaks family.
On Sunday, decades after he won it, Hyla Merin will receive her father’s Purple Heart, along with a Silver Star she never knew he’d won and a half-dozen other medals.
John Wells, a 93-year-old World War II pilot, recently returned to Australia for a plaque dedication in honor of the 22nd Bomb Group.
A Cerritos woman spent 30 years researching her late Dad’s life.
Award-winning filmmaker Steven C. Barber is releasing a new documentary Memorial Day. “Until They Are Home”, a sequel to his “Return To Tarawa”, focuses on the search for the remains of U.S. Marines killed in the World War II battle of Tarawa.
A new documentary has opened chronicling the first internment camps that opened during World War II here in Southern California.
An 87-year-old World War II veteran visiting Palm Springs for a reunion was hit by a car and killed.
Sheriff’s deputies are searching for whoever dropped off three aged military explosives at a Coachella recycling center.
Having already done the Civil War and World War II, Ken Burns is working on a documentary about the Vietnam War.
A Japanese-American who helped lead draft resistance at a World War II internment camp has died in Southern California.
The Los Angeles City Council is backing plans to berth a World War II battleship at the Port of Los Angeles as a floating museum.