As the investigation continues into the crash that left pro-golfer Tiger Woods seriously injured, Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva says no criminal charges are being contemplated against Tiger Woods.
The telecom industry asked a federal judge to keep blocking the law. On Tuesday, U.S. District Court Judge John A. Mendez denied their request, allowing California to begin enforcing the law.
A video first obtained by TMZ Sports shows the moments prior to the single-car wreck involving golf superstar Tiger Woods.
A skateboarding world champion is among five people prosecutors in Southern California have charged with organizing parties that were possible superspreader events amid the pandemic.
“The good news: Parts of the state are already beginning to open back up,” Gov. Gavin Newsom said Tuesday, adding he expects to allow more counties to reopen next week.
The Coast Guard is looking into a series of recommended safety reforms for passenger vessels in the wake of a 2019 scuba dive boat fire that killed 34 people off the coast of Southern California.
The Office of the Inspector General, which is the independent oversight body over the California prison system, issued a scathing report Monday on how officials handled coronavirus transfers, saying that the preparation and execution of the transfers were "deeply flawed and risked the health and lives of thousands of incarcerated persons and staff."
Ralphs and Food 4 Less, both owned by the parent company Kroger, announced Monday that they will be closing 25% of their stores in Long Beach after the city council passed an ordinance requiring companies with over 300 employees nationwide to pay employees an extra $4 per hour.
A COVID-19 survivor is sharing her story, hoping her family’s story can help save your life or the life of your loved one.
Richard Branson's Virgin Orbit reached space on Sunday, eight months after the first demonstration flight of its air-launched rocket system failed, the company said.
California’s pandemic death toll now stands at 21,860. The state has also seen the most cases in the nation with more than 1.7 million confirmed. Earlier this week, Gov. Gavin Newsom noted the need to buy more body bags statewide.
Two San Diego strip clubs can remain open and make their own determinations about providing a safe environment for dancers and patrons during the pandemic, a judge ruled Wednesday, dealing a setback to Gov. Gavin Newsom's health order that calls for such establishments to be shuttered.
All eyes are on Texas after Tesla CEO Elon Musk and major tech companies emigrate from California. We take a look at what makes our Lone Star State so great.
A coded message allegedly sent by the Zodiac Killer has finally been cracked by amateur sleuths.
California authorities sent a cellphone text alert Tuesday to two major regions of the nation’s most populous state to tell millions that the coronavirus is spreading rapidly and asking them to stay home except for essential activities.
Los Angeles County health officials are issuing another safer-at-home order as the county continues to see a surge in COVID-19 cases.
“Where’s my super suit?” Earl Wright repeats to Shawn, who has a grin on his face. "Where is my super suit? I need it."
This year, volunteers could not help prepare the meal because of safety concerns and CDC guidelines around COVID-19. So, the nonprofit organization altered its 70-year tradition and partnered with a catering company instead.
In San Francisco, advocacy groups and some officials are outraged by the mayor’s plan to start moving hundreds of people out of hotels around the holidays.
Travelers coming through Los Angeles International and Van Nuys airports and Union Station beginning Wednesday will be required to sign a form acknowledging California's recommended 14-day self-quarantine in response to rising coronavirus rates.