5-Pound Dog Died Saving His Family From A Bear, Mother SaysA woman in North Carolina says her family's dog died a hero after he managed to save them from a bear that wandered into their home.
Bear Enjoys Hot Tub, Margarita In AltadenaOver the course of a few hours, the bear helped itself to the backyard, hot tub, and the cocktail the homeowner had to abandon.
Caught On Video: Bear Takes A Dip In Pasadena PoolA bear, possibly a juvenile, walked casually into a backyard in Pasadena and carefully backed into one end of the home’s swimming pool.
Man Dies Attempting Selfie With Bear, Stray Dog Tried To Save HimA man was mauled to death by a bear after he reportedly tried to take a selfie with the animal, according to reports.
Tesla Driver Hits And Kills Bear On HighwayA driver was lucky to escape injury after colliding with a bear that wandered onto an Oregon highway.
Second Bear Spotted Hanging Out In Granada Hills PoolA small bear was spotted hanging out in Granada Hills Friday, the third day in a row it has been seen in the neighborhood, and the second separate bear encounter in Southern California in two days.
Injured Bear Euthanized After Being Struck By Car In La VerneAccording to the Inland Valley Humane Society, the bear suffered multiple fractures and a dislocation after being struck by a car at about 7:40 a.m.
La Verne Homeowner Recounts Losing Collie To Bear AttackSaber's owner, Patti Behrens, can't believe he is gone.
Hibernation Time Over, Here Come The Bears"Tuesday night is bear night. Because all the trash cans are out," said Jon Matheny, an Arcadia resident.
Sierra Madre Man Recounts Terrifying Bear AttackA day after he was attacked by a bear in Sierra Madre, jogger Dan Richman recalled the terrifying encounter.
Bear Makes Itself At Home In GlendaleA bear took a dip in the swimming pool of a home in North Glendale Monday
Bear Captured By Research Cameras In Malibu Creek State ParkNational Park Service cameras have recently captured images of a black bear in Malibu Creek State Park in the Santa Monica Mountains, which hasn’t had a resident bear population since the 1800s.