Southern California Oil Spill: Coast Guard Clears Rotterdam Express; Ships Departs Oakland For MexicoThe U.S. Coast Guard allowed the Rotterdam Express to depart from the Port of Oakland early Thursday after the cargo ship was cleared of any involvement in a massive oil spill fouling beaches in Southern California, a company spokesman said.
Southern California Oil Spill: Ship Anchored At Port of Oakland InvestigatedThe U.S. Coast Guard is reportedly investigating whether a cargo ship currently anchored at the Port of Oakland played a part in the massive oil spill in fouling beaches in Southern California.
COVID Surge: San Joaquin Valley, SoCal Region Lockdowns Likely to Be ExtendedState stay-at-home orders for the San Joaquin Valley and Southern California are set to expire Monday. State officials say the orders are likely to be extended but did not make a definitive ruling Sunday afternoon.
Dive Boat Captain Charged With Manslaughter In 2019 Fire Disaster That Killed 34 PeopleThe captain of scuba dive boat which burned last year off the Southern California coast, killing 34 people trapped below deck, has been charged with manslaughter.
Documents: Crew In 2019 Dive Boat Disaster Had No Training On Emergency ProceduresCrew members on a dive boat say they were never instructed on emergency procedures before a predawn fire swept through the vessel as it was anchored off the Southern California coast, killing 34 people as they slept below deck, according to federal documents released Wednesday.
Video Shows Hundreds of Dolphins Stampeding Near Dana PointA tour boat captain posted a video of a rare site Monday: hundreds of dolphins stampeding off the coast of Dana Point.
Video Shows Death of 1st of 2 Black Men Hanged in SoCal Desert Was SuicideMalcom Harsch, the 38-year-old Black man found hanging from a tree near a Victorville library last month, died from an apparent suicide caught on surveillance video, the San Bernardino Sheriff’s Office said Friday.
Santa Ana Winds-Fueled Wildfire Burns Granada Hills Homes A wind-whipped firestorm roared into picturesque Southern California Granada Hills neighborhoods early Friday, destroying homes and sending thousands fleeing from its path.
'The Floor Rippled'; Magnitude 6.4 Earthquake Rattles Much Of SoCalAn earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.4 and dozens of aftershocks shook much of Southern California Thursday morning, heavily damaging the town of Ridgecrest, according to the USGS and officials .
Man Charged In Southern California Wildfire Refuses To Go To CourtA man charged with starting a Southern California wildfire that has burned 12 cabins and forced at least 20,000 people from their homes refused to go to court Thursday.
Suspected 'Faux Badge Bandit' Found Dead In GoletaThe man known as the "Faux Badge Bandit" struck again in Southern California Friday morning, but the suspect made a desperate choice when police closed in on him, according to authorities.
'Faux Badge Bandit' Hits Bay Area Banks; Sought In Series Of California RobberiesA man who was seen wearing a law enforcement badge and carrying a gun is being sought in a series of bank robberies in the Bay Area and Southern California, including two on Thursday in the East Bay.
Early Morning Earthquakes Rattle Palm SpringsTwo earthquakes measuring 4.5 and 3.2 magnitude rumbled through the Palm Springs area early Tuesday, rattling nerves but not causing any damage, officials said.
Police Chase Motorhome Through Southern CaliforniaPolice and California Highway Patrol officers spent hours chasing a motorhome along streets and highways in Southern California Tuesday.
Water Agency Approves $11 Billion Funding For California Twin Tunnels ProjectCalifornia's largest water agency on Tuesday approved a nearly $11 billion plan to help fund two enormous tunnels, breathing new life into Gov. Jerry Brown's ambitious and controversial plan to remake the state's water system.