National Transportation Safety Board investigator Patrick Jones told reporters the agency would look at "everything: weather, man, the machine."
Ford, 72, was piloting the vintage airplane that crashed. He was transported to a local hospital and was conscious and breathing with moderate injuries.
In order to get one, you'll have to sign up for a water conservation workshop. The first one is already sold out. But another in Northridge still has openings.
Immigration officials say the man shot and killed by police on Skid Row was a Cameroon national who had been ordered deported.
Even Rose Hills' PR man didn't know who made the 20-foot-tall East L.A. landmark that stands guardian over thousands of graves.
Government and nonprofit groups announced Tuesday that last year's program prevented tons of air pollutants from being released by ship engines.
The Metrolink commuter train derailed last week when it struck a heavy pickup truck and trailer that had been left on the tracks.
Bicyclists don't have to pass a test or earn a license to ride. Drivers, themselves, aren't tested that much on bike laws. How do you get everyone educated?
The late-season blast brought heavy showers late Sunday. Areas of Malibu and southern Ventura County reported nearly two inches of rain in a 24-hour period.
In the latest crash, two people abandoned their compact car before the train ran into it. It was badly damaged and lying on its side after the wreck, according to fire officials.
Southern California can expect more rain Sunday evening with possible thunderstorms and hail, the National Weather Service said.
The theme park says the "It's a Small World" ride resumed operations Saturday night. The fire broke out in some foliage in the backstage area of the attraction.
A mudslide in Ventura County has shut down a section of the Pacific Coast Highway in both directions Sunday, Los Angeles Sheriffs officials said.
Southern California's suffering ski resorts could get a healthy dose of snow this weekend as a storm moves through the region.
The Los Angeles Times reports that the suit alleges San Juan Capistrano's tiered water-rate structure violates state law.