A body is being recovered from Abalone Cove — the same Rancho Palos Verdes cove where a 19-year-old went missing while swimming with friends earlier this week.
The fire broke out around 9 a.m. at 1001 N. Orange Drive. No one was believed to be inside the building and no injuries were reported.
He was shoplifting from toy stores at 12, snatching purses at 15, and by the time he'd grown up he was robbing stores and dealing drugs.
Months of rebuilding and restoration have resurrected the world's tallest thermometer in Baker. The signature landmark of the desert town had fallen on dark times.
Divers searched for a second day without success for a diver who went missing off the coast of Abalone Cove Beach in Rancho Palos Verdes Thursday.
At least six people were injured Thursday morning when a semi truck collided with a bus carrying disabled passengers on the 210 Freeway in Pasadena.
Two people left hanging in the air when a tree fell on to the 'Ninja' coaster's tracks sued Six Flags Magic Mountain on Wednesday.
Raising the minimum wage for workers nationwide has proved very controversial. From federal action pushed by the White House that failed in the Senate, to Seattle's recent increase to $15/hour, this fight is having mixed results.
The man went missing about 3 p.m. Wednesday. Dangerous waves and riptides in the area have brought rescuers to the spot in Shoreline Park for several days in a row.
The fire was the most destructive of the May fires in terms of property damage, claiming 36 houses and one business.
Manhattan Beach officials want to look at safety issues after Saturday's shark bite incident. The shark had broken free from a fishing line moments before the attack.
The Riverside City Council will vote Tuesday on whether to get rid of the city's red light traffic cameras.
Four people were injured and about two dozen others stranded late Monday after the Ninja coaster slightly derailed. All riders were removed after about three hours.
You can catch the "soft-lighting" of the attraction Thursday. The event will commemorate the 101st anniversary of the hottest recorded day on Earth — 134 degrees in Death Valley.
More than 1,900 firefighters battling the blaze by Tuesday morning gained on its front end as temperatures soared past 100 degrees, according to CalFire.
Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation elevating the red-legged frog on June 30. The state library updated its online list of symbols the next day.