A Cerritos woman is lucky to be alive Thursday after surviving a shark attack in Hawaii.
Wes Hijh told CBS2/KCAL9′s Amy Johnson he was driving his bike in West Hollywood Tuesday morning when he was approached by a L.A. County Sheriff’s Deputy.
Public outrage over a police shooting and the killing of a man’s Rottweiler has not waned as community activists Saturday protested outside the Hawthorne Police Department.
An art supply store in Glendale has mistakenly become the target of public scorn after video of Hawthorne police killing a Rottweiler over the weekend went viral.
The Hawthorne Police Department will launch multiple investigations into the fatal shooting of a Rottweiler over the weekend, which was caught on video and subsequently posted on YouTube.
Thirty-year-old Herbert Daniel Ortizmonroy in May pleaded no contest to charges of oral copulation of a person under 16, and committing a lewd act on a child, according to the District Attorney’s Office.
A Santa Clarita-area school board member was under investigation Tuesday after he allegedly espoused pro-Nazi and other controversial views online.
An Orange County boater had the experience of a lifetime after a friendly sea lion pup climbed aboard his vessel off the Newport Beach coast.
Jenna Franks was just 15 when she was diagnosed with kidney failure and 18 when she began dialysis.
A vandal who has literally keyed in on two streets in Atwater Village, has been marking up cars for several years and has caused several thousands of dollars in damage.
Roger Corman’s campy B movies, children’s shows like “Sesame Street” and “Inspector Gadget,” and inspirational monologues by celebrities — these are among the offerings on 30 channels that will soon require a paid monthly subscription on YouTube.
A person familiar with the matter said YouTube is set to announce a series of channels that will require payment within a few weeks.
A Glendale city councilman apologized for a series of racist, homophobic and vulgar comments he posted on YouTube five years ago.
A fraternity at UC Irvine has issued a public apology after video of a member in blackface went viral, inciting fury throughout the community.
A pet-themed YouTube channel showcases music video parodies featuring man’s best friend as a way to find homes for adoptable Southland animals.