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Authorities ID motorist killed in crash into basin by Morris Reservoir near Azusa
Authorities identified a Downey man on Wednesday who was killed when his car veered off of a mountain road and plunged 300 feet down an embankment and into a basin below Morris Reservoir north of Azusa.
How Azusa Students Succeed at Citrus College
Humboldt State University is Azusa High School alumna Ari Cristobal's dream college. She loves the outdoors, wants to explore northern California and would like to pay for her education without student loans. Currently a freshman at Citrus College, Ari commutes from Azusa to her job in Pasadena seve
Small plane lands on 215 freeway in San Bernardino
A small airplane made an emergency landing Thursday afternoon on the northbound 215 Freeway in San Bernardino, authorities said. According to California Highway Patrol logs, the unscheduled landing was reported about 1:45 p.m near University Parkway. No one was injured, the CHP said, and the Federal
Azusa says no to senior housing proposed on golf course land
The Azusa City Council shot down Monday a proposal from a developer wanting to build senior housing on a portion of the local golf course. The so-called California Grand Azusa Village was proposed on about 4.5 acres of the Azusa Greens Country Club, property which the golf course owner was willing t
Amber Alert issued for missing California teen
Two murder suspects considered "armed and dangerous" in California were last seen driving a car with a Nevada license plate. It's believed the teen daughter of one of the suspects is with them.
Fire in Paradise, California, poisoned the water with 'toxic cocktail'
PARADISE, Calif. — The drinking water in Paradise, California, where 85 people died in the worst wildfire in state history, is contaminated with the cancer-causing chemical benzene, water officials said.
New President of Azusa Pacific University to Promote Unity as School Faces Questions About Its Commitment to Scripture
The largest Christian college on the West Coast has named a new president who looks to restore financial stability and promote unity at a 120-year-old institution that has faced questions about its commitment to the authority of scripture.
Red Hyundai Sought in Hunt for Suspected Murderer
Police Thursday were looking for a car believed connected to a 25-year-old murder suspect from Montclair. Julio Cesar Rocha allegedly shot and killed Thalia Flores, also 25, on March 21 while she was in her car at a Big Lots parking lot in Chino.
A quake every 3 minutes: California shaken by 10 times more temblors than previously known
California has experienced 10 times more earthquakes than previously known, according to groundbreaking new research that has helped scientists better understand the region’s seismology.
3 men found dead in Glendale home after report of shots fired
GLENDALE, Calif. (KABC) -- Three men in their 20s were found dead early Thursday morning at a home in Glendale after a report of shots fired, authorities said. The gunfire was reported at 12:17 a.m. a residence on Columbia Drive, prompting a response from officers who made the grim discovery, accord
10 Big-Ticket Events Coming Up Near Monrovia
MONROVIA, CA — New and exciting events are coming to the Monrovia area all the time. Whether you're looking to attend a concert or sporting event, theater performance or magic show, Patch's partnership with TicketNetwork has you covered. Here's your weekly roundup of the top big-ticket events coming
Four Arrested In Upland Baby Shower Shooting Which Killed Teen
UPLAND (CBSLA) – Four people have been arrested in connection with a shooting outside a baby shower in Upland last weekend which left a 19-year-old man dead and three other young men hurt.
Thousands in California may owe state taxes because of technical glitch
SANTA ANA, Calif. -- The California Franchise Tax Board says a technical glitch error resulted in thousands of possibly incorrect refunds. As the FTB worked to review those more than 23,000 returns some local tax preparers said they had no idea about this error. They are bracing for calls from clien
9th Circuit rejects most of White House bid to block California 'sanctuary' laws
A three-judge panel of the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled unanimously Thursday that most of three California sanctuary laws limiting cooperation with federal immigration authorities can continue to be enforced, rejecting the bulk of a suit brought by the Trump administration.
Knott’s Berry Farm Is the Most Affordable Theme Park to Visit in California, Study Finds
Anyone who has visited a theme park in California recently knows how expensive it can be to go for a single day, with the cost of admission, parking and food potentially adding up to hundreds of dollars for a family of four.
California Issued 23,500 Tax Returns Without Verification
The California board that processes tax returns says it issued 23,500 refunds without verifying whether people had entered accurate wage information. The Franchise Tax Board will begin notifying people on Monday if they owe more to the government than they paid or if a bigger refund check is coming.
VIDEO: Man breaks into Santa Ana home, attacks woman, steals car
SANTA ANA, Calif. (KABC) -- The search is on for a man who broke into a Santa Ana woman's home, attacked her, took her car keys and made off with her vehicle. Santa Ana police officers responded to a home along the 900 block of West Riviera around 5 a.m. Thursday following a report of a man who had
East Bay men arrested, others sought in L.A. auto burglary spree
LOS ANGELES — In the wake of two Oakland men’s arrests last weekend in connection with a vehicle-burglary spree, police are urging visiting drivers in at least two of the city’s Westside neighborhoods to exercise caution.
Homeless living in Whittier encampment asked to clear out after residents complain
WHITTIER (KABC) -- The homeless living in dozens of tents in an area of Whittier have been asked to clear the encampment by Friday after residents complained of trespassing and theft.
California cold case rape, killings of 2 women linked to dead inmate in Washington
More than four decades after two women along California's central coast were raped and murdered, officials revealed Wednesday that DNA from an old razor has linked the cold case killings to a man who died of cancer while in prison.