Over 308K SoCal Edison Customers Could Lose Power In Public Safety Power ShutoffMore than 308,046 customers could lose power as Southern California Edison considered Public Safety Power Shutoffs due to dangerous fire weather conditions.
SoCal Edison Considers Shutting Off Power For 162K Customers Amid Wildfire ConcernsIn Los Angeles County, 18,343 customers were in the service area under PSPS consideration, meaning transmission lines could be de-energized in fire-prone areas, causing those in the area to lose power.
Canyon Country, Chatsworth Residents Face Power Shutoffs Due To Wild WindsThe power shutoffs could last several hours, the company has said.
Talking To Kids About Safety: An Expert Shares Tips In Wake Of Mass ShootingsA safety expert is sharing tips to help parents and caregivers talk to children about violence in the wake of this week's deadly mass shootings.
Lifeguards Offer Tips On How To Stay Safe In The WaterLarge waves, (which can catch you off guard) and rip currents (which can easily pull you under) are two things to look out for.
Dust Advisory Issued In Parts Of Riverside CountyThe advisory is expected to last through Monday morning.
'Road Diet' In Mar Vista Is Causing Driver Frustration, Dip In BusinessLosing two lanes on the street has created problems, the detractors say.
Caught On Camera: Teen Pushed Off Bridge Suffers 5 Broken RibsInstead of safely getting off the bridge, a family friend comes up from behind and apparently pushes an unsuspecting Jordan into the water.
New Security Guards At Pechanga Are A Little Robotic, And That's The PointBuddy uses his own sensors to determine where to go and what to patrol.
LAUSD Hosts First In Series Of School Safety Town HallsThe event was the first of a handful that will take place in each LAUSD school board area over the next two months.
Graco Announces Voluntary Recall Of HighchairThe company said the $99 recalled highchair is a 6-in-1 convertible product that into different modes -- from a traditional highchair to a toddler seat. About 36,000 were sold.
Citing Security Concerns, Cinemark Bans Big Bags At TheatersManagers at a theater in Chino say they're not going to break out a tape measure to check — they're just trying to improve safety and security.
Runyon Canyon Park Upgrade Study ApprovedThe Los Angeles City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to start a study for potential upgrades. They include safety and environmental improvements.
'Wear Your Seat Belt:' CHP Cautions Motorists, Increases Patrols Over Thanksgiving WeekendA spokesperson for the agency said all available officers will be on patrol during a Maximum Enforcement Period (MEP) to educate motorists, enforce traffic safety laws throughout the state and ensure everyone has a safe holiday.
Push To Make Movie Stunts Safer Following Death Of StuntwomanAs KCAL9/CBS2's Suzanne Marques reports, there is an effort to make movie stunts safer following the tragic death of a stuntwoman who died on the set of her first film.