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A hiker who had been missing for nine days in the Sierra National Forest was found Saturday, injured but alive.
Two men were killed in separate shootings in South Los Angeles on Saturday, police said.
San Diego lifeguards ordered a stretch of beach in La Jolla closed Saturday afternoon after a confirmed sighting of an 8- to 10-foot hammerhead shark.
Thousands are expected to flock to downtown Los Angeles on Saturday afternoon to celebrate the city's 234th birthday, with a special service scheduled at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angeles, organizers said.
After a record-breaking heat wave broiled the region this week, temperatures throughout Southern California were expected to dip slightly Saturday as part of a cooling trend that will continue into early next week.
Almost four months after voters overwhelmingly rejected a move to split the city into voting districts, Glendale officials are looking into expanding the City Council from five to seven at-large members and moving municipal elections to November.
One man was killed and another wounded in a drive-by shooting in Compton, authorities said.
Two construction workers charged with animal cruelty for allegedly knocking down a tree full of nesting birds in Newport Beach delayed their first court appearance Friday.
A shallow magnitude 3.5 earthquake was reported Saturday morning 11 miles from Fort Bragg according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The temblor occurred at 1:13 a.m. Pacific time at a depth of 1.9 mile.
Attorneys representing several Los Angeles residents who sued the Department of Water and Power over the disastrous rollout of its new billing system are balking at a proposed settlement that the utility reached in a separate lawsuit over inflated and erroneous bills, calling it "half-baked."
Three men were sentenced Friday to 15 years in prison for assaulting two San Bernardino police officers during a lengthy shootout last August that left one gunman dead.
The Los Angeles City Council on Friday unanimously endorsed proposed state legislation that would regulate civilians' use of drones, which have come under fire on such grounds as invasion of privacy and interfering with emergency responders.
The Los Angeles Board of Education is meeting in an unusual closed-door meeting Sunday to discuss what they want in the next superintendent of schools and how to go about finding someone.
The wife of Robin Williams and his children have agreed to meet in private next week to discuss how they can resolve disagreements over the late actor's estate.
A judge Friday upheld his tentative ruling in favor of the San Diego County Water Authority in its bitter, multimillion-dollar lawsuit against the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California.
One man armed with an aluminum bat and another with a sword slashed and beat two other men in a Bellflower park following an argument Thursday night, authorities said.
Authorities have identified a pilot killed Thursday afternoon in a plane crash near a private airport in southeast Antelope Valley.
A man accused of vandalizing a building in Beverly Hills and a freeway sign with anti-vaccination graffiti was scheduled to be arraigned Friday.
Partners in the firm of renowned architect Frank Gehry publicly unveiled on Friday the first steps they have taken toward what appears to be a comprehensive redesign of the Los Angeles River.
Terry McGaha sat on a balcony in New Orleans' Lower 9th Ward sipping Crown Royal and staring into the early evening sky as helicopter lights strafed the encroaching Mississippi River.