Police confirm a Facebook post about "lion hunting." Meanwhile, bail for the three suspects has been raised to half a million dollars.
We'll be live tweeting the Northridge earthquake as it happened on Jan. 17, 1994 — 20 years ago Friday — as part of our anniversary coverage of the disaster.
Even if your home is not in the path of a wildfire, you can still be affected by smoke particles released into the air. Here are some tips to keeping yourself and your loved ones safe.
To help us debunk some common misconceptions about earthquakes, we brought in Margaret Vinci, manager of Earthquake Programs at Caltech
The man charged in the worst mass killing in Orange County history is due in court Friday for a pre-trial hearing. Scott Dekraai faces the death penalty in the October 2011 shooting at Salon Meritage.
At Cal State Northridge, site of major damage from the 1994 quake, memories have faded and earthquake preparedness varies widely. It's a common thing, experts say.
Eagle Rock was ranked number two in Redfin's national Hot Neighborhoods in 2014 list.
A blaze burned just short of 10 acres in Pacific Palisades near Santa Monica Tuesday, according to the Los Angeles Fire Department.
The veteran Republican Congressman will not seek re-election, clearing the way for two former state senators who want to succeed him.
Deep in the foothills of California’s Gold Country, there is a peaceful home for animals that may seem a little out of place. Located in San Andreas, the Performing Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) cares for elephants, big cats, bears and other wildlife with a history of performing for humans.
The Forum in Inglewood was built in 1967, and for over 30 years was arguably the entertainment capital of Los Angeles.
The U.S. Geological Survey says that a 4.4-magnitude earthquake struck 3 miles north of Fontana at 1:35 a.m. Wednesday. That's about 30 miles east of Los Angeles.
Some experts worry a digital blackout of longer than a few days could harm the local economy for decades.
Southern California firefighters aggressively attacked small but potentially dangerous blazes Tuesday as gusty Santa Ana winds swept the region.
L.A. County's risk specialists told the Board of Supervisors that costs associated with litigation have dropped. But they warned it may increase due to recent issues at the sheriff's department.
Numerous firefighters were dispatched to blazes to prevent the whipping winds from rapidly spreading them into major conflagrations.