In the house where a missing Garden Grove couple was found buried, authorities discover the bodies of another man and woman.
The mother and her infant spent their first day together bonding privately, zoo officials said.
Campus police say probe is ongoing and are asking anyone with information to come forward
Kirk Price, accused of killing Fahness Lutalo in a Tustin gym, has died from injuries he suffered during a fight at the Theo Lacy Facility in Orange.
A woman was fatally stabbed on Pico Boulevard in Arlington Heights early Sunday. Another woman was taken into custody in connection with her death.
As most Californians pay higher gas taxes for road repairs, many electric-car owners, including several state lawmakers, get a free pass on added costs.
The allegations against Harvey Weinstein are now set to culminate in a trial that is undoubtedly a landmark case for women’s rights. But despite the potential for a life sentence, advocates contend that the trial is just one milestone in a long crusade for systemic, lasting change.
Female mayors are not only much more likely to face some form of violence or abuse, but they are also more likely to experience abuse of a sexualized nature.
In 1850, California entered the union as a free state. But in that same decade, San Bernardino prospered with slave labor.
Actor Alan Alda and Scripps Research will transform scientists into master storytellers
Thousands of demonstrators took to the streets of downtown Los Angeles on Saturday to advocate for reproductive rights, immigration reform, environmental justice and other issues as part of the fourth Women’s March.
Frieda Caplan, the first woman to own and run a produce company in the U.S. and is credited for introducing hundreds of exotic fruits and veggies to American markets, is dead. She was 96.
Federal authorities moved Los Angeles attorney Michael Avenatti to New York on Friday ahead of a trial later this month on charges that he tried to extort more than $20 million from sports giant Nike, his attorney said.
The 7-Eleven clerk, a father of four who came to the U.S. from Pakistan, has severe brain damage, according to his family.
OneLife LA, held downtown Saturday, is the Archdiocese of Los Angeles’ counter to the Women’s March, though it’s two years older.