SANTA CLARITA (CBSLA) — A car landed on the front lawn of a fire station in the 2800 block of Whites Canyon Road in Santa Clarita Thursday night. According to the Los Angeles County Fire Department, there was one person trapped in the vehicle who was extricated from the SUV and taken to the hospital in unknown condition. There was a dog injured in the crash that was taken by ambulance to an emergency veterinarian. This is a developing story.
The owner of a Stockton summer and after-school program who was targeted by thieves is feeling his community’s support after they raised thousands of dollars to replace stolen equipment.
Cal Fire now has seven C130 airtankers to help battle wildfires. The new aircraft can carry thousands of gallons of fire retardant, which ultimately will help put wildfires out faster.
CNN’s two-night Democratic primary debate will offer a rematch of Biden and Harris, whose clash over race became the most closely watched moment of the first round of debates.
The city of Modesto is working to capitalize on the food truck craze by creating a dedicated spot to grab a bite.
“I had never met anyone else in my school who was interested in science or medicine the way I was. Just to be in MERIT was extremely refreshing.”
San Diego police say Hollis J. Forman, 38, was killed Tuesday after he allegedly broke into a home on Lake Shore Drive in San Carlos. Police say Forman stabbed the 54-year-old homeowner before that man’s son shot him.
Sweetwater Union High School District officials say a teacher was not intoxicated in class, police were never involved; the teacher was experiencing medical issues and was taken to see her doctor.
The strong showing from the freshman congressman signals an uphill battle for the GOP to retake the San Diego-Orange County seat.
An investigation is underway at Pleasant Valley State Prison after a riot involving 41 inmates ended in gunfire and three people injured.
Trump claimed he tried to stop the chant, which came after he suggested a young Democratic congresswoman should leave the U.S.
REST IN PEACE. FDNY Firefighter Richard Driscoll is the 200th FDNY member to die of World Trade Center illness, the department announced.
Located less than an hour and a half from downtown Fresno Yosemite Zipline and Adventure Ranch is offering up an exhilarating experience.
He will run against incumbent TJ Cox in 2020.
As the nation battles an opioid epidemic, the Los Angeles Police Department is expanding a program to supply officers with thousands of doses of a nasal spray to treat overdose victims. Last year, the LAPD launched a pilot program to train and equip officers to administer naloxone, which blocks the effects of an opioid overdose. More than 6,100 officers now carry the drug sold under the brand name Narcan. Other officers are expected to receive training. So far, officers have saved 15 people’s lives with the drug, but it did not work in two other cases, Deputy Chief Dominic Choi said. This week, the Police Commission approved the department’s request to accept a $750,600 donation from the California Health and Human Services Agency to pay for 10,008 doses. “The officers know it’s helpful,” said Choi, who until recently served as the LAPD’s homeless coordinator. “This is really an effort by the department to help people.” Read the full story on LATimes.com.